GW-501516

$69.99

Purchase GW501516 Cardarine

SelectSARMs offers only high-quality SARMs such as GW501516. Aside from GW501516 we also have other SARMs for sale such as S4 Andarine, MK-677 Nutrobal, and MK-2866 Ostarine. All of our products come in tincture forms.

SelectSARMs is your dependable company for the best liquid SARMs. We make sure that you only get high-quality GWO501516 Cardarine from us. Our GW501516 for sale went under third-party laboratory analysis, ensuring that you get legitimate biotech SARMS.

GW501516 orders are shipped 24-72 hours after placing your order. Should you have any questions with your GW501516 purchase, delivery, or any of our SARMs for sale, please feel free to contact our customer support.

Product is strictly for research and lab use only.

Each 30 milliliter bottle of this solution contains 300 milligrams of high-purity GW-501516 per bottle. There is 10 milligrams of GW-501516 per milliliter of solution.

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Description

Preparation

10 mg/ml

Half-life

20-24 hours

What is GW501516 Cardarine?

GW501516, also known as Cardarine, is a PPAR or Peroxisome Proliferator-Acting Receptor Agonist. It targets PPARs in your body, binds to them, and triggers them to target internal fat stores for energy. Cardarine has gained a place in the bodybuilding industry throughout the years due to its reported abilities in aiding their performance.
However, this PED was initially created to help halt tumor growth in patients diagnosed with prostate, breast, or colon cancer. Currently, there are no documented and authorized human studies with Cardarine, but rodent lab tests showed effects on muscle muscles, bones, and cholesterol.

Researchers studied the efficacy of Cardarine for bodybuilding and exercise. When combined with exercise, researchers note a significant 68% increase in running endurance and 70% improvement in running distance.

Research studies and human trials

GW501516 has been around for twenty years, but more research is needed when it comes to its safety and efficacy for long-term use.

On animal trials from mice, administration resulted in significant weight loss than in the control group. The mice also showed weight gain prevention through the help of diet alteration as well as the lesser risk of DM Type II.
Lab tests done on monkeys resulted that Cardarine reduced LDL cholesterol levels while increasing HDL cholesterol levels in the bloodstream.

However, these animal studies are limited, and there are still no human clinical trials done for Cardarine to thoroughly asses its capabilities and overall safety.

Cardarine Side Effects

A controversial animal study showed that Cardarine increased cancer incidents in mice. This study was conducted by administering insanely large doses of GW501516 to rodents in an abnormally long cycle. More research is still needed to confirm or dispute this harmful “side effect” of Cardarine. It’s a contradicting study since GW501516 was initially created to help stop malignant growth. It’s created because PPAR agonists are found to have anti-cancer capabilities.

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Legality

GW501516 Cardarine is legal for sale when used for research in the United States, as well as in other countries in the European Union and parts of Asia. It’s not intended as a drug, pesticide or agricultural product, additives, or household chemical. Only qualified and licensed professionals should use this product, and administration to humans and animals is strictly against the law. SelectSARMs’ GW-501516 for sale is strictly for research only. Be sure to investigate laws in your area before you finalize your purchase.

Research:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/24767130

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