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  • Sibutramine


    What is sibutramine? Sibutramine was withdrawn from the U.S. market in October 2010. Sibutramine affects chemicals in the brain that affect weight maintenance. Sibutramine is used together with diet and exercise to treat obesity that may be related to diabetes, high cholesterol, or high blood pressure. Sibutramine may also be used for other purposes not […]

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  • Stanozolol


    Chemical Names: stanozolol Androstanazole Winstrol Androstanazol 10418-03-8 Stanozol (abbrev. Stz), sold under many brand names, is an androgen and anabolic steroid (AAS) medication which was derived from dihydrotestosterone (DHT). It was developed by American pharmaceutical company Winthrop Laboratories (Sterling Drug) in 1962, and has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for human […]

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  • L-Arabinose


    [ Specification ] 98% Arabinose [ Detection methods ] HPLC [ Botanical Name ] Cassia siamea Lamk [ About L-Arabinose ] L-Arabinose is a five-carbon sugar produced in plants. It rarely exists in nature by the monosaccharide form. Combined with other monosaccharide unions, Arabinose can be found in sol, hemicellulose, pectic acid, bacterium polysaccharide and […]

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  • LGD 4033 (Ligandrol)

    LGD 4033 (Ligandrol)

    CAS: 1182367-47-0 (LGD 4033) Specification: ≥98.0% Chemical Name: 4 – ((R) -2 – ((R) -2,2,2-trifluoro-1-hydroxyethyl) pyrrolidin-1-yl) -2-trifluoro-methyl) benzonitrile Other Name(s): Ligandrol, LGD 4033, VK-5211, LGD, Anabolicum Molecular Name: C14H12F6N2O Introduction: RAD140 is a nonsteroidal SARM, that resulted from an internal drug discovery program that began in 2005. RAD140 has demonstrated potent anabolic activity on muscle […]

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  • S4 (Andarine)

    S4 (Andarine)

    1) Product Name:Sarms s4/S4 Andarine 2) Specification:≥99%   3) Appearance:yellow powder 4) Introduction:    Andarine (401900-40-1) is an orally active partial agonist for androgen receptors. Andarine 99.5% or Andarine 401900-40-1, Andarine (Sarm S4) 99.5% are the most common form of andarine. In an animal model of benign prostatic hypertrophy, andarine was shown to reduce prostate weight […]

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  • SR9009 (Stenabolic)

    SR9009 (Stenabolic)

    SR9009 is one of a pair of compounds developed at TSRI by Burris and his team. The drug binds to Rev-erbα, a natural protein in the body that influences lipid and glucose metabolism in the liver, inflammatory responses, and fat-storing cells. By binding to Rev-erbα, SR9009 can kickstart metabolism with another pleasant side-effect: increased muscle […]

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  • MK 2866 (Ostarine)

    MK 2866 (Ostarine)

    What is Ostarine? MK-2866 Ostarine bottleOstarine (MK-2866) is a SARM developed by GTx for the prevention and treatment of muscle wasting. It may eventually be a medical prescription for the prevention of cachexia, atrophy and sarcopenia as well as for Hormone or Testosterone Replacement Therapy. As a research chemical, Ostarine belongs to a class of […]

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  • YK11


    YK11, also known as Myostine, is considered one of the strongest SARMs on the market. In fact, it’s so strong and has a comparable anabolic activity to steroids that it may actually be a synthetic steroid that was mislabeled a SARM in the first place.YK11 is often stacked with LGD-4033. LGD-4033 , also called Ligandrol, […]

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  • RAD140


    Name: RAD140CAS No: 1182367-47-0Molecular Formular: C15 H23 Cl N2 OAppearance: White fine powderQuality:98% by HPLCFunction:New generation supplements for gaining mass and cutting edgesAssay:HPLC;HNRM;LC-MS RAD 140, also known as Testolone, is an orally bioavailable, non-steroidal, selective androgen receptor modulator that has the ability to increase lean muscle mass and reinforce the effects of testosterone without the unwanted side effects of anabolic steroids. What is RAD-140?RAD140, from its internal nonsteroidal selectiveandrogen receptor modulator (“SARM”) discovery program, for full preclinical […]

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