Pharmachologic effect Magnum Anastrol 1mg
It is a selective (or selective) aromatase inhibitor of non-steroid nature. During postmenopause, estradiol is more derived from estrone, which is produced in peripheral tissues when it is converted from androstenedione (with the participation of the aromatase enzyme). A decrease in circulating estradiol in women with breast cancer has a therapeutic effect. During postmenopause in the female body, anastrozole at a dosage of 1 mg per day can reduce the level of estradiol by 80%. Anastrozole is not characterized by progestogenic, androgenic and estrogenic activity. When used in doses recommended by the doctor for therapy, the drug will not affect the process of production of cortisol and aldosterone.
Magnum Anastrol 1 mg application
Reception (for men):
To suppress the effects of flavoring, it is enough for athletes to take from 500 μg to 1 mg of anastrozole per day.
Reception (for women):
Exceptionally for medical reasons.