MYOSTINE (10 mg/pill, 50 lot sachet)
Myostine (YK11) is a promising Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulator (SARM) that is also a myostatin inhibitor and interestingly can also be classified as a steroid due to its chemical structure. On a steroidal level, it seems to behave similarly to other dihydrotestosterone (DHT) derivatives (Masteron, Primo, Anavar, etc.). As a myostatin inhibitor, it induces follistatin expression, which antagonistically inhibits muscle tissue from producing/releasing myostatin which limits the amount of muscle tissue one can build.
As observed in animal and human studies, when myostatin is inhibited by a genetic mutation, the test subject can build significantly more muscle tissue than average. The potential to build muscle tissue through this unique pathway of inducing follistatin expression, which inhibits myostatin (a growth differentiation factor), is something that no other steroid, SARM, or peptide can do, giving this SARM a lot of future potential.
On a SARM level Myostine is selective to muscle and bone tissue, so was developed for clinical use as an alternative treatment to testosterone for different muscle-wasting conditions/diseases. Due to a lack of clinical studies, the efficacy of this steroidal SARM has not been proven
SARMs in Canada are similar to anabolic-androgenic steroids (AAS) in that they are anabolic in nature and can enhance the ability to gain strength and muscle mass. Developed as an alternative to testosterone in clinical settings for different muscle-wasting conditions/diseases, SARMs differ from traditional steroids by their mechanism of action. Where SARMs are selective to the androgen receptors primarily found in muscle and bone tissue, steroids are not selective and bind to androgen receptors in other tissues/organs.
Prolonged use and/or abuse of steroids can lead to serious life-threatening conditions for this and other reasons. SARMs also have fewer adverse side effects compared to steroids, so they are considered safer, especially for women (as they are far less androgenic and do not lead to virilization), making them ideal for beginners wary of using traditional steroids. Most SARMs come in oral/pill form, so they do not require injection. This does make them hepatotoxic, but generally, they are significantly less liver toxic than most oral steroids.
SARMs will still suppress natural testosterone production (depending on dosage), so they are generally used in conjunction with testosterone as a base compound. As SARMs are still relatively new, more research and long-term clinical studies are needed to prove their efficacy and side effects with prolonged use. So far the research and anecdotal evidence looks very promising for the future of SARMs.
Benefits Of Myostine :
- The only known Myostatin Inhibitor
- Increased potential to build muscle tissue
- Increased bone density
- Surpass your genetic potential
- A great addition to bulking & cutting cycles
- Similar attributes of DHT derivative steroids
- Makes muscles appear hard, and dry at a low body fat percentage
Possible Dosage & Cycle Length:
- Men @ 10-30 mg/day
- Split daily dosage into multiple separate doses due to the unknown half-life
- Not recommended for women
- 4-12 weeks
Does Myostine Really Work?
Yes. Although its use for sports purposes is not recommended (in fact, it is strictly prohibited and dangerous), there are several scientific studies that demonstrate its many important advantages. According to the latest research, the active chemical myostatin is actually more effective than athletic enhancement.