ADV-17 is suitable for use by males.
Females should not use ADV-17, as it can harm their natural hormonal balance.
ADV-17 is an aromatase inhibitor. Aromatase is part of the process of producing estrogen. By blocking aromatase, ADV-17 reduces the amount of estrogen in the body.
Male and female bodies need different balances of hormones, with male bodies needing more testosterone and less estrogen. High estrogen in males can cause problems like muscle loss, excessive fat storage, gynecomastia, mood swings, and a loss of libido.
ADV-17 effectively inhibits estrogen and boosts testosterone. This means better muscle tone, performance, and many other helpful effects. ADV-17 has also been observed to reduce cortisol levels. Cortisol is a stress-related hormone that can increase fat storage, suppress the immune system, and cause the body to burn muscle for energy. Less cortisol means more muscle growth, faster recovery, less body fat, and increased libido. Lowering estrogen and cortisol levels together produces a powerful combination of body benefits.
Extended periods of decreased estrogen can cause mood swings, painful joint inflammation, and loss of sex drive. Follow the recommended dosages.
Dosage will vary depending on your desired outcome. Exact dosage should also vary depending on whether you stack Arimistane with anything else.
ADV-17 is strong enough to use on an up-cycle. General on-cycle dose is around 100mg per day.
ADV-17 is also gentle enough to use with post-cycle therapy (PCT). Suggested PCT dosage is 75mg per day for the first week, then 50mg per day for 2 weeks, then 25mg per day for 1 week.
Suggested dosage for solo use is 100mg to 200mg per day for up to 4 weeks.