Nucofed (Ephedrine)

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Application: oral

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Packing: 60 capsules

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Description

Phedrine information and description

Ephedrine is a stimulant drug, belonging to a group of medicines known as sympathomimetics. Specifically it is both an alpha and beta adrenergenic agonist (you may remember Clenbuterol is a selective beta-2 agonist).In addition, Ephedrine enhances the release of nor epinephrine, a strong endogenous alpha agonist. The action of this compound is notably similar to that of the body’s primary adrenergic hormone epinephrine (adrenaline), which also exhibits action toward both alpha and beta receptors.

Ephedrine dosage

The athlete will generally take Ephedrine a few times daily during dieting phases of training, at a dosage of 25 to 50mg per application. The widely touted stack of Ephedrine (25-50mg), caffeine (200mg) and aspirin (300mg) is shown to be extremely potent for fat loss. In this combination, Ephedrine and caffeine both act as notable thermogenic stimulants. Increasing the dosages would not prove very efficient. Instead a break of several weeks should be taken, so that Ephedrine stack may once again work at an optimal level.

 Ephedrine side effects

Ephedrine can produce a number of unwelcome side effects that the user should be aware of. For starters, the stimulant effect of Ephedrine can produce shaky hands, tremors, sweating, rapid heartbeat, dizziness and feelings of inner unrest. Often these side effects subside as the user becomes more accustomed to the effect, or perhaps the dosage is lowered. In general, those negatively side effects by caffeine would probably not like the stronger effects of Ephedrine.

Ephedrine is a stimulant drug, belonging to a group of medicines known as sympathomimetics. Specifically it is both an alpha and beta adrenergenic agonist (you may remember Clenbuterol is a selective beta-2 agonist). In addition, Ephedrine enhances the release of nor epinephrine, a strong endogenous alpha agonist. The action of this compound is notably similar to that of the body’s primary adrenergic hormone epinephrine (adrenaline), which also exhibits action toward both alpha and beta receptors.