RAD 140, or testolone, is a powerful...
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According to the Cambridge-based pharmaceuticals company Radius:
“…The potent, orally bioavailable and nonsteroidal RAD 140 is designed to make the hormonal receptors in the tissues of the body act as if they’re getting a good dose of testosterone, setting off the same effects of prohormones and anabolic steroids minus the unwanted side effects…”
Moreover, clinical studies also show that RAD 140 also has a few other benefits, which we will now go over.
Akin to having an anabolic steroid and prohormone cycle, you’re going to have the following benefits when you use RAD 140 SARM:
Based on medical tests, RAD 140 SARM also displayed a greater anabolic effect than testosterone when used. Researchers pointed out that besides having a more “reinforced” effect than testosterone, RAD 140 SARM was also seen to help reduce the androgenic side effects that can be potentially caused by the same on the prostate.
This makes its usage way safer and more effective compared to traditional prohormones and anabolic steroids available commercially.
Testolone studies are still being produced, but it has been known to have equal potency and effectiveness to that of LGD4033.
Dosages ranged between 20mg to 30 mg per 24-36 hours for maximum skeletal muscle hypertrophy. Safe durations for research have been tolerated for up to 12 weeks, however, developing trials may indicate tolerance for up to 24 weeks.
It is important to note that RAD140 systematically regulates the neuroexcitatory amino acid Kainate which activates glutamate receptors in the brain. Kainate acid’s role in neuronal cell death (specifically in the hippocampus) has been shown to be a primary contributor to Alzheimer’s disease. RAD140 has demonstrated positive results in the prevention of Kainate acid production and medical based research published by The Endocrine Society suggests RAD140 can improve brain health through neuroprotective properties in as little as 13 days (Jayaraman, 2014).
This characteristic of nonsteroidal SARMs is not added in the General Benefits section of this article because it is exclusive only to RAD140.
Researchers point out that they still haven’t come across any adverse side effects that RAD 140 can cause when used.