ARIMIMED 1 (Anastrozole) is used to treat breast cancer in women after menopause. Some breast cancers are made to grow faster by a natural hormone called estrogen. Anastrozole decreases the amount of estrogen the body makes and helps to slow or reverse the growth of these breast cancers.

ARIMIMED 1 (Anastrozole or Arimidex ) is one of the most common aromatase inhibitors, which are used during a cycle to control estrogenic side effects caused by such anabolic steroids which exhibit aromatization properties by inhibiting the aromatase enzyme. These estrogenic side effects are gynecomastia, rising blood pressure, water retention and bloating. ARIMIMED 1 (Anastrozole) can be also used in PCT as it promotes natural testosterone production while lowering estrogen but might not suffice alone

Anastrozole (ARIMIMED) Dosage
Most men are recommended to use 0.5mg every other day during a cycle in order to eliminate all estrogenic-related side effects while some will use 1mg every other day. All in all, it is highly recommended to test your specific response to it. If a user wishes to use ARIMIMED 1 (Anastrozole) in a PCT, they might consider other alternatives as the small stimulation in testosterone production comes on the expanse of strong estrogen suppression, which might cause hormone imbalance, otherwise, the same doses as during a cycle are suggested.

Anastrozole Dosage in Female Bodybuilders
For women, the product is not recommended due to its strong estrogen inhibitor effects, which is a prime female hormone.

Side effects
As ARIMIMED 1 (Anastrozole) mainly lowers estrogen levels- a primary females hormone, most side effects are related to that, which for males arent excessive nor severe. One distant possibility for a side effect is a reduction in BMC- bone mineral content, which is for the most time offset quite largely by other steroids which promote BMC. HDL levels can be slightly lowered but this can be offset by proper diet and cardio work

Women are most prone to fatigue, headache, nausea, and hot flashes side effect.