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Ostarine (MK-2866) also known as Enobosarm. Is a quite well-researched. Relatively mild yet very selective molecule, that enhances male sex hormone. Effects that help to build muscle and strenghten joints and bones. Due to its mild nature and high selectivity, it is suitable for women. For men, it nearly does not suppress endogenous testosterone production. In addition, it’s side effects have appeared none or minimal, comparable to that of placebo. In the many clinical studies, 3 mg dose has yielded positive results without suppression of endogenous male sex hormone. Thus that dose appears the most reasonable dose. It is classified as a doping substance. And as such, it seems to be quite popular (in higher doses ranging from 10 to 35 mg that neccessitate post-cycle treatment), perhaps due to its relatively long history.
Its effects include:
- Increased muscle mass and strength
- Reduced fat mass
- Most likely, improvement of bone strength
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RAD140 is a novel (selective androgen receptor modulator – SARM). In other words selectively supports muscle growth over prostate growth. To clarify, in lower doses, it does not stimulate prostate growth, to rat study. At the same time, it is reasonable, to speculate that the side-effects (prostate growth) could increase. Monkeys were used in the same study. They were used to determine the effective dose. Bioavailability of RAD140 is 65-75% and effective dose is 0.1 milligram/kilogram. Therefore, it is reasonable to speculate that a dose for human clinical study would be 10 or 11 milligram. With increasing dose, there was no further increase in body weight. Increase the dose tenfold to 1 milligram per kilogram.
As a result expected, it lowered the “good” and “bad” cholesterol. It does not cause liver damage. There are no human studies yet. But the resrearch suggests, that RAD140 may have properties similar to testosterone. However, a few years after the initial study. It is considered a doping substance. Investigate other medically important studies.