Salbutamolor-Sulfate, commonly known as Albuterol is a beta-2 agonist very similar to Clenbuterol. As Clenbuterol, Albuterol was first developed to bring relief to those suffering from asthma and pulmonary disorders but as it pertains to fat-loss there is an interesting distinction. Both Clenbuterol and Albuterol stimulate the beta-2 receptors but unlike Clenbuterol, Albuterol holds the distinction as possessing the means to turn the fat into energy.
Many fat-loss drugs simply, in very simple terms, aid in burning fat-cells or shrinking them if you will. With Albuterol we are able to take these same “Fats” and use them as an energy source at a higher accelerate rate and when dieting this is of the utmost importance. After all, one of the primary purposes in a diet is to allow the body to become accustomed to relying on fat for energy; allow fat to be burned as energy and we use more of the stored body-fat in our body.
Albuterol vs Clenbuterol
Do not make the common assumption; just because Albuterol carries this trait that Clenbuterol does not doesn’t mean it’s an outright better drug to use. Clenbuterol has been argued to be somewhat anabolic; Albuterol does not appear to carry this trait. As we all understand, increased anabolic activity greatly aids in our pursuit of a well-defined physique; so both drugs have their own particular advantages.
An important advantage some may enjoy is the short half-life Albuterol possess. Like Clenbuterol, Albuterolcreates a stimulating effect on the body and with this stimulation many find it difficult to sleep. With the short half-life, one can take Albuterol and avoid the over-stimulating effect before they go to bed. However, beyond the stimulating effect being short lived due to the short half-life, side-effects are generally the same as compared to Clenbuterol.
Albuterol Side Effects
Common side-effects associated with Albuterol include but are not limited to:
- Excess Sweating
As with Clenbuterol, it is very important you take in enough water as the side-effects such as headache and cramping can often be a result of too little water in your system. As for the other side-effects, it is largely an individual sort of thing. Your core temperature will rise when you use Albuterol and sweating and shaking will occur but it’s impossible to predict the extent.
As with all drugs, before you begin a course of Albuterol use, consult your doctor before doing so to ensure you’re healthy enough for use.