Alias: Cytomel T3 ; 3,3',5－triiodothyronine sodium
CAS NO: 55-06-1
Molecular formula: C15H11I3NNaO4
Nolecular weight: 672.96
Appearence: white to beige powder
Usage: Liothyronine Sodium is a synthetic variant of the human body's own thyroid hormone.
|Chemical name||3,3',5-Triiodo-L-thyronine, sodium salt|
|Packing||foil bag or tin.|
|Appearance||White or light yellow crystal powder|
|Storage||Shading , confined preservation|
|Usage||One of the thyroid hormones involved in the maintenance of metabolic homeostasis. Synthesized and stored as amino acid residues of thyroglobulin, the major protein component of the thyroid follicular colloid.|
As you might expect, the main benefits of Cytomel relate to its relationship with the metabolism as a thyroid hormone. Regulation of the metabolism is what this thyroid hormone does in the body and when it is not functioning as it should, a person can have great difficulty in losing weight and often finds themself putting on weight without explanation.
This tells us that Cytomel T3 provides positive benefits for promoting an efficient metabolism that is working optimally for fat loss, and this is the main reason you will choose to use this drug. Let’s look at the specific benefits of T3:
Cytomel (T3) Dosage for Fat Loss:
Fat loss is the only reason for using Cytomel outside of medical use and your dose for fat loss can either remain steady throughout a 6-12 week cycle, or gradually increase and then decrease throughout. In any case it’s wise to start low at 25mcg daily. A dose of 50mcg to 75mcg daily is more than sufficient for the vast majority of users. In rare cases, advanced users might consider increasing this to 100mcg daily, however the increased risk of more serious side effects should not be underestimated at such a dosage.
Female Cytomel (T3) Dosage:
Females are not known to require a different dosage level of Cytomel than men. Women can safely use T3 at 25mcg daily and see noticeable results. With overall body mass being the only difference between men and women when it comes to T3 use, women are unlikely to want to exceed 75mcg daily as a maximum dose and few will see the benefit of raising the dosage above that level, with 50mcg daily being sufficient for most users.
T3 does speed fat loss. As a guideline, for most 12.5 mcg/day is a conservative "supplement" sort of dosing that seems to have no detectable adverse effect on thyroid function at all.
25 mcg/day is a "supplement" sort of dosing that does have some inhibitory effect.
50 mcg/day is a reasonably conservative bb'ing sort of dose that, of course, is more inhibitory.
75 mcg/day is getting into more of a problem area;
100 mcg/day in many cases leads to loss of muscle size and strength.
In this way ,Liothyronine sodium, the goal is to achieve an ongoing edge in fat loss or to help
maintain a near-personally-ideal body composition . In this approach , T3 dosing is very low ,
preferably 12.5 mcg/day but in some cases as much as 25 mcg/day. At the lower end of this range , typically thyroid testing will show no detectable suppression even with prolonged use . At the higher end , moderate suppression is sometimes seen , but results are superior to when T3 is not taken , and the suppression reverses rapidly upon discontinuing T3 use .
In the other way ,Liothyronine sodium, the goal is to achieve a quite substantial increase in rate of fat loss , at the known cost of inducing thyroid suppression . Most preferably the dosage is about 50 mcg/day , but in some instances can be as high as 75 mcg / day . Such use is preferably not ongoing, but only for a limited period of time such as 8-12 weeks , though there's no exact requirement for timeframe .
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