Clenbuterol is a drug used to treat the symptoms of shortness of breath that is usually experienced by people with asthma. This drug belongs to the class of beta-2 agonists which function as bronchodilators, which dilate the bronchial muscles (respiratory tract), so breathing becomes easier.
In addition, the drug is not yet known whether it can be absorbed into breast milk or not. For pregnant or breastfeeding women. It is recommended to consult with a doctor before taking Clenbuterol.
Warning in taking Clenbuterol:
Please be careful for people with arrhythmias, heart attacks, diabetes, hypertension, and hyperthyroidism.
Tell your doctor if you are undergoing treatment with other medicines, including herbal supplements and products.
If an allergic reaction or overdose occurs after taking clenbuterol, see a doctor immediately.
Clenbuterol dose: The usual dose is 20 mcg, 3 times a day.
Taking Clenbuterol Properly
Follow the doctor’s advice and read the instructions listed on the drug packaging, in consuming clenbuterol.
This medicine can be consumed after eating.
Try to always take clenbuterol at the same time every day, in order to get optimal results.
For patients who forget to take clenbuterol, it is advisable to do so as soon as they remember, if the pause with the next consumption schedule is not too close. If it’s close, ignore and don’t double the dose.