Albuterol is a drug that has been around for decades and like many drugs it has found a place in the performance enhancing world. For nearly fifty years Albuterol officially known as Salbutamolor-Sulfate has provided relief for those suffering from asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. As a beta-2 agonist, Albuterol also possess the ability to aid in fat loss as often these types of drugs do. Much like Clenbuterol; the two drugs are virtually identical, Albuterol as a beta-2 agonist stimulates the receptors; stimulate the receptors and youll enjoy a greater level of fat loss than you would have without.
How to use Albuterol?
Lets be clear, in general there are not a lot of advantages to taking Albuterol instead of Clenbuterol. Some cases have been made suggesting Albuterol will in short enhance the rate in-which fat-cells are used as energy in comparison to other drugs but this evidence is not really satisfactory and however much it may be is generally negligible. If we were to make any one large distinction regarding Albuterol and Clenbuterol it would be that in the category of half-life.
Albuterol possess a very short half-life making dosing necessary multiple times throughout the day. However, because of the very short half-life many users do not suffer from bouts of insomnia which they may suffer from Clenbuterol due to its much longer half-life. If there is any distinct advantage to this drug this would be it.
If we were to label any disadvantage on Albuterol versus the more common fat-burner Clenbuterol it would be in its lacking of an anabolic affect. Although Clenbuterol does possess the ability to increase anabolic activity dont get to excited; taking a little Clenbuterol is nothing like taking a little Dianabol or even Anavar for that matter. The fact Clenbuterol possess some anabolic qualities should be your least concern when deciding which drug to use; our purposes when choosing Albuterol or Clenbuterol is simple; Fat-Loss and in general both will get the job done.
Side Effects of Albuterol
In short, the most distinguishing characteristic of these drugs you should consider is the half-life and what best fits your needs; beyond that trial and error will be your best friend. If you do decide to use Albuterol and it is your first time, the side-effects you may incur will be identical to those of Clenbuterol. You can without a doubt expect a jittery feeling and excess sweating. Some may find slight headaches or cramps in the muscle to be a problem but most will not.
There is one interesting note regarding Albuterol that is worth mentioning. Athletes who perform in sports requiring a lot of cardiovascular activity have sometimes reported a better response due to Albuterol use. Makes sense, after all, this drug was designed to treat cardiovascular ailments; you know, such as breathing, something you do a lot of when you run. This evidence is however not conclusive due to theres simply no study available to prove it; with this information we are left with what we are so often left with in the performance enhancing world and often that is only word of mouth.