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S-23 belongs to a class of chemicals called selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs). It mimics the effects of testosterone in the body.
S-23 is banned by the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) and the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). When it comes to building muscle, many people look for the easiest and simplest solution. That's where SARMs can be an effective tool. With these supplements, you can achieve your goals in less gym time compared to traditional steroids and with fewer side effects. One of the most popular SARMs on the market today is S-23, but let's take a look at what makes this compound so special.
If you want the fastest results, choose this SARM. The problem, however, is that S23 has serious side effects that you need to be aware of, just like sugar and honey.
Note that S23 is for research purposes only and is not approved for food use. In Australia, it is considered a Schedule 4 substance and is only available by prescription.
· S23 belongs to a group of drugs called SARMs (selective androgen receptor modulators); SARMs work similarly to testosterone and mimic its anabolic effects.
· The difference between anabolic-androgenic steroids and SARMs is that they do not produce obvious androgenic results, but less obvious androgenic results.
· Anabolic steroids are called selective androgen receptor modulators because they bind to androgen receptors throughout the body; with SARMs, binding to androgen receptors occurs only in specific tissues.
· SARMs are used therapeutically to achieve anabolic results in specific parts of the body. SARMs are used to treat diseases that cause muscle atrophy.
· These diseases include end-stage renal disease, cancer, heart failure, end-stage liver disease, osteoporosis, HIV and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Mechanism of action.
MRSA selectively binds to androgen receptors in muscle and bone and is thought to have little effect on tissues such as the prostate; different strains of MRSA are thought to have different levels of selectivity (based on their chemical structure). Its selectivity has never been tested in humans.
Cellular studies show that S23 binds very strongly to the androgen receptor, making it one of the most potent SARMs currently available.
The effects of S23 on muscle and bone are complex: SARMs, when they bind to androgen receptors, tend to increase the activity of genes that produce muscle proteins. Receptor activation may also indicate increased osteogenic cell activity.
Effects on muscle mass and body fat
The popularity of S23 is that users claim it can increase muscle mass and burn fat in the same way as steroids. However, these claims are completely unfounded, as no clinical studies have been conducted on S23.
In studies on rats, S23 reduced average body weight and fat mass. In addition, when rats were treated with estrogen (estradiol benzoate) to encourage mating, muscle mass was reduced; S23 was able to overcome the effects of estrogen and increase muscle mass.
· S23 binds to androgen receptors in muscle, leading to an increase in muscle mass.
· S23 increases bone density, as well as lean body mass, suggesting that this supplement is an excellent way to increase muscle strength.
· Anecdotal evidence suggests that many users have experienced fat loss as a result of taking S23. Fat loss appears to be caused solely by a physical calorie deficit. This can be achieved by eating less or using more energy.
· S23 offers great benefits for bodybuilders and athletes, although the level of potential side effects is high compared to SARMs.
Sterilization in men
· Scientists have struggled to develop a "male pill" in their search for a safe and effective substance. S23 is a potential male contraceptive because it can suppress hormones (FSH and LH) that are important for sperm production.
· When male mice were treated with S23, their sperm counts dropped dramatically, leading to 100% infertility.