Obese people who are unable to lose weight through diet and exercise often turn to Primobolan for fast and sustained reduction of their weight. It is available in both tablet forms as well as powder that can be sprinkled on food. It is taken orally in capsule form for relief from constipation. This medication has a number of other names, including hexapeptide B-2, hexapeptide Y-1 and hexadecithin. It is manufactured by Hoffman-La-Roche, New York.
Metabolism in the body of a person suffering primobolan from obesity is normally affected in several ways. The first of these ways is reduction of protein in the body. Acetate is released from the liver to enter tissues and is then converted to acetylcholine, which is ultimately responsible for neurotransmission. This is the reason why persons suffering from obesity are unable to focus on their eating habits properly. They feel hungry even for simple carbohydrates, resulting in an inability to control the urge to eat. To overcome this problem, the injection of hexapeptide B-2 is recommended.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the medication is most commonly used in the management of chronic and incurable diseases such as diabetes, AIDS, asthma, multiple sclerosis and circulatory disorders. A non-anabolic steroid, the use of primobolanine is associated with an increased risk for hypoglycemia and is particularly useful in people at risk of diabetes. A testicular biopsy that found the presence of testosterone in semen of men who had been treated with this drug was linked to the treatment for an excessive amount of insulin production.
The main chemical composition of primobolanine is a mixture of amino acids including lecithin oil, lysine, arginine, methionine, GABA, arginine, taurine, GABA B and methylhistidine. It is also commonly used in combination with methenolone. An oleanural enzyme called 5-alpha-reductase is primarily responsible for converting oleanuric acid to diosgenin, which competes with histamine. Diosgenin increases histamine receptors by binding with them. When this happens, it causes a rapid increase in blood pressure and hence, an increased heart rate.
A study conducted on healthy volunteers who were given high doses of oral primobolanine for a period of three months showed no abnormalities or adverse effects in most of them. Also, these volunteers who were given dosages of primobolanine of 0.1 mg/kg showed no significant change in insulin resistance, glucose levels or blood pressure. Since oral primobolanine is used in the treatment of muscular dystrophy and parkinsonism, there is no cause for concern about side effects at the present time. However, it is strongly recommended that you consult your physician before starting this medication.
If you are planning to use the oral version of primobolan, you should take this drug only after the completion of a cycles of acetaminophen or NSAIDs. If you do not comply with this, you might suffer from adverse effects including rebound hypertrophy, dermatitis and gastrointestinal tract disorders. If you are a bodybuilder or athlete, you should only take this medication as per the guidelines indicated in the leaflet provided by the manufacturer. It is generally advised to take the drug after cycles of NSAIDs. As a matter of precaution, you should consult your physician before continuing your steroidal cycle if you are using the oral version of this muscle building supplement.