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.
So you’ve decided to break into the world of Research Chemicals and want your test subjects to have the most potent SARM’s on the market for your experiments. The good news is you don’t have to search far and wide just to find what you need! Rad 140 is one of the most powerful SARM’s available and has been used for research for many years, meaning how it works and helps your research subjects is widely documented!
SARM stands for Selective Androgen Receptor Modulator, which means it binds to androgen receptors to help boost performance in your research subjects. But you really want to know more about what it does, so lets see what it can truly do!
How Rad 140 Helps Your Research
Rad 140 is one of the more powerful SARM’s on the market. 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! On average, a test cycle of six to eight weeks is considered standard amongst researchers.
But just how big are these gains? It varies depending upon dosage and length of the test cycle, but most test subjects exhibit ten to fifteen pounds of gain during these cycles! Some of this is fat and water weight, but the majority of the gain is pure, healthy muscle. The average is around ten pounds for most research subjects on a dosage of ten to twenty milliliters a day. The half-life of RAD 140 is around twenty hours, meaning research subjects must be administered the SARM every day to maintain healthy levels.
The Side Effects
When nearly all research cycles end, it leaves the body out of sync due to the boosts it received. This is why PCT (Post Cycle Therapy) is utilized in order to keep the research subject working normally until it recovers from the cycle. 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:
- Hormonal Imbalance
No matter what else may exist on the market, you’ll rarely find a SARM more potent than RAD 140. Take your research subjects to the next level with SAF-Research and reap the benefits of healthy, stronger, and more durable research subjects than ever before!