Tiromel is a thyroid hormone T3, which is used in medicine to treat some thyroid disorders, obesity, metabolic disorders, and fatigue. Being given Tiromel increases metabolism and, as a result, there are useful rapid fats, proteins, and carbohydrates at the cellular level. Athletes are attracted to this product because without effort can lose a lot of fats, with no loss of calories. Tiromel can be used in conjunction with Clenbuterol, having large effects on fat. In combination with steroids has been detected an increase of anabolic effect. This drug should be used with caution as there may be side effects such as restlessness, heart palpitations, nausea, headaches, irregular heartbeats.
This medicine is very powerful and can disrupt somebody's functions if used improperly, gradually increasing doses administered. The optimal dose is 25 mg the first day, then increase by 25 mg every 3-4 days up to a maximum dose of 100 mcg. This assignment is done in order not to shock the body, hormone viridian. For women is forbidden to take a daily dose greater than 50 mg, because they are more sensitive to the side effects of Tiromel.
A cycle should not be longer than 6 weeks, and should not be abruptly discontinued, as it gradually started dosing so should be gradually diminished. If this drug is used over a long period of time or taking large doses then appropriate power control status may cause permanent thyroid disorder which leads to an addiction to Tiromel for life. It is welcome that before Tiromel administration to conduct a review of the thyroid gland because a thyroid hyperfunction is not beneficial.
Upon completion of the Tiromel cycle, T3 hormone levels in the blood are reduced, which lowers the metabolic rate and weight loss can be put in place, so it is necessary a controlled diet after finishing the cycle. When administered Tiromel protein should be consumed at a rate of 4-3 g per kg. Protein should be eaten from weak meat, and to be used fewer shakes.