What is RAD 150?

What is this RAD 150 stuff? 

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.

RAD 150, also known as TLB-150 Benzoate, is the latest SARM that researchers quickly add to their research chemical arsenal. This research chemical is an anabolic ester, which means it better mimics the role of natural testosterone in the research subject than non-esterized SARMs.

If you want to learn more about RAD 150’s potential research benefits and what sets it apart from other SARMs, keep reading.

The benefits

Researchers are seeing these as the top benefits in their research subjects on RAD 150: lean muscle growth, reduced body fat, increased libido, and improved sexual performance.

It has also been reported to speed up muscle regeneration in the research subjects.

The Side Effects

So far, the most significant side effect reported by researchers is insomnia in the research subjects. This doesn’t come as a surprise as this research chemical has a longer half-life than other research chemicals. It is recommended that if your research subject is experiencing insomnia, try skipping days between doses or making each dose smaller. This should enable your research subject to shift back to a regular sleep cycle.

What’s the difference between RAD 150 and RAD 140?

If you’re familiar with RAD 140, you’re probably wondering why researchers are making the switch to go with RAD 150? The basic answer is that this is an anabolic ester. This means RAD 150’s structure includes an additional benzoate ester group, offering even more benefits than RAD 140.

Where can I find this?

How you choose to use Rad 150 with your research subjects is always up to you, but we want to make sure that you know all of the options available to you to achieve true scientific success. So head over to SAF-Research, check out all the available research chemicals, and up your research game!