CLENOMED 40 (Clenbuterol HCL) is the brand name for the Clenbuterol HCL stimulant and fat burner produced by Deus Medical.

CLENOMED 40 (Clenbuterol HCL) is a notorious fat burning compound which works by increasing thermogenesis which raises the metabolism even while resting. This is not limited only to bodybuilders and athletes but of course works best with proper dieting and workout routine. CLENOMED 40 (Clenbuterol HCL) works amazingly also for physique competitors, athletic models and already those who wish to maintain lean bodies, by excelling at getting rid also of the most stubborn fat parts in an already lean body. Nonetheless, it is not the first choice for those who are generally overweight.

Secondary less known effects of CLENOMED 40 (Clenbuterol HCL) are Suppression of the Appetite and Boost to Cardiovascular Performance

CLENOMED 40 (Clenbuterol HCL) dosages should be administered early in the day, everyday and started at around 20mcg daily and then slowly increased from the beginning of the cycle to the middle and then decreased to the same starting levels 1 week prior to the end of the training cycle. With 2 weeks on then 2 weeks off, where increases should be around 20mcg daily per cycle for safety reasons up to a total of 120-150mcg daily upto a total of 12 weeks cycle length.

Females should go for max 80-120 mcg daily peaks

An example for CLENOMED 40 (Clenbuterol HCL) cycle is:

Day 1-2: 20mcg

Day 3-4: 40mcg

Day 5-6: 60mcg

Day 7-8: 80mcg

Day 9-10: 100mcg

Day 11-12: 120mcg

Day 13-14: 140mcg

When the cycle is then stopped, and after a 2 week break, the dosages should be started again at 140mcg daily

Side effects
It is important to remember that CLENOMED  (Clenbuterol HCL) is a stimulant and that potential side effects are person specific and in some cases might not even appear. Nonetheless some possible side effects are: jitters or tremors, increased sweating,insomnia, headaches, increased blood pressure,muscle cramps, nausea, mood changes. Much less common ones are rapid or irregular heart rate, vomiting or diarrhea, fast breathing, very high blood pressure