The Rad 140 Capsule, the Alternative to Liquid

Rad 140 Capsules

Rad 140, What Is It?

Disclaimer: All references to “research subjects” or “test subjects” or and reference to “research” throughout this article refer to research conducted on non human non veterinary research subjects such as rats and mice.

When you enter the world of Research Chemicals, the Rad 140 Capsule will stand out amongst the others as a potent force to be utilized within your research. This is no ordinary research SARM, but a specialized component that can push your test subjects to greater muscle mass, hormone production, and more! 

SARM stands for Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator, which means it binds to androgen receptors to help boost performance in your research subjects. Seeing is believing, and here you’ll learn why you’ll want capsules over other forms of Rad 140 for your research.

Rad 140 Capsules vs Liquid

It boosts hormones while suppressing others and helps your test subjects have increased endurance, strength, and muscle gain. It can even help prevent some types of cancer! We know the effects but how to properly utilize this substance in research is often highly debated.

The true benefits of capsules lies in their ability to be stored for long periods of time and ease of use when administered to research subjects. You know exactly how much of the SARM is in each capsule and you don’t have to take the time to measure. With liquids, you run the risk of measuring out slightly too much or little and always run the risk that if you spill the bottle, then you’ve just lost the entire chemical. If a capsule bottle is knocked over, capsules are easily picked back up and readied for use since the substance within is not affected by external forces. 

The downside is that a capsule will not take effect as swiftly as a liquid will. It must interact with the subjects stomach acids in order to dissolve the capsule before the SARM is released and begins to be utilized. It all depends upon how fast you need the SARM to be delivered to the subject. You also can not easily modify the amount of chemical in the rad 140 capsule, where as liquid does let you have more control over the drawn amount of chemical you use in your research. 

The Side Effects

 It is important to note that after any research with Rad 140 Capsule or Liquid, there will need to be a period in which your research subject will require treatment from a hormone supplement in order for their bodies to operate normally.  PCT helps provide hormones that were suppressed for the length of the research cycle until they are produced normally once more by the appropriate organs. 

There have been some other side effects with Rad 140, such as:

  • Headaches
  • Nausea
  • Hormonal Imbalance
  • Acne

Where Do I get Rad 140 Capsules

How you decide to utilize Rad 140 in your research is always up to you, but knowing the options available is the first step to achieving true scientific success. Head to SAF-Research and check out all the research chemicals available and up your research game to the next level!