|Product name||Clomifene Citrate|
|Other name||serophene; pergotime; clomphid; Clomid|
|CAS register number||50-41-9|
|Appearance||White crystalline powder|
|Package||1kg/aluminium foil bag or as required|
|Usage||can be used as pharmaceutical material|
|Minimum order quantity||10g|
|Shipping||By express courier|
|Shipping leading time||Within 24 hours after receiving the payment|
|Payment options||, MoneyGram, T/T,Bitcoin|
While it has been claimed that Clomid “stimulates” production of luteinizing hormone (LH) and therefore of testosterone, in fact Clomid’s activity is achieved not by stimulation of the hypothalamus and pituitary, but by blocking their inhibition by estrogen. Clomid is a mixed estrogen agonist/antagonist (activator/blocker) which, when bound to the estrogen receptor, puts it in a somewhat different conformation (shape) than does estradiol. The estrogen receptor requires binding of an estrogen or drug at its binding site and also the binding of any of several cofactors at different sites.
Without the binding of the cofactor, the estrogen receptor is inactive. Different tissues use different cofactors. Some of these cofactors are able to bind to the estrogen receptor/Clomid complex, but others are blocked due to the change in shape. The result is that in some tissues Clomid acts as an antagonist — the cofactor used in that tissue cannot bind and so the receptor remains inactive — and in others Clomid acts as an agonist (activator), because the cofactors used in that tissue are able to bind.
As for toxicity and side effects, Clomid is considered a very safe drug. Bodybuilders seldom report any problems, but listed possible side effects do include hot flashes, nausea, dizziness, headaches and temporarily blurred vision.
Such side effects usually only appear in females however, as they feel the effects of estrogen manipulation much more readily than men. While female athletes can clearly gain some benefit from this substance, estrogen manipulation is probably not the most comfortable way to go about cutting up.
Should it still be used for such purposed and side effects do become pronounced, the drug of course is to be discontinued and (at least) a break taken from it.
Male users generally find that a daily intake of 50-100 mg (1-2 tablets) over a four to six week period will bring testosterone production back to an acceptable level. A very common regime of dosing is; 300 md/day 1, 100 mg/day for days 2-11, and 50 mg/day for days 12-21. This raise in testosterone should occur slowly but evenly throughout the period of intake.