Made by Abdi Ibrahim.
25mcg x 100tablets.
Tiromel (Liothyronine) is not an anabolic/androgenic steroid but a thyroid hormone. As a substance it contains synthetically manufactured liothyronine sodium which resembles the natural thyroid hormone tricodide-thyronine (L-T3). The thyroid of a healthy person usually produces two hormones, the better known L-thyroxine (L-T4) and the aforementioned L-trilodine~thyronine (L-T3). Since Tiromel (Liothyronine) is the synthetic equivalent of the latter hormone, it causes the same processes in the body as if the thyroid were to produce more of the hormone. It is interesting to note that L-T3 is clearly the stronger and more effective of these two hormones. This makes Tiromel (Liothyronine) more effective than the commercially available L-T4 compounds such as Levotiron.
Until recently, Tiromel (Liothyronine) was used by bodybuilders and female bodybuilders, in particular-on a daily basis over several months to remain “hard” and in good shape all year round. Believe us when we tell you that to a great extent several bodybuilders who are pictured in “muscle magazines” and display a hard and defined look in photos, eat fast food and iron this out by taking Tiromel (Liothyronine). The over stimulated thyroid burns calories like a blast furnace. Nowadays, instead of Tiromel (Liothyronine), athletes use Clenbuterol which is becoming more and more popular. Those who combine these two compounds will burn an enormous amount of fat. The next time you read that a certain pro bodybuilder approaching a championship competition is still eating 4000 calories a day, you will know why. Tiromel (Liothyronine) is also popular among female bodybuilders. Since women generally have slower metabolisms than men, it is extremely difficult for them to obtain the right form for a competition given today’s standards. A drastic reduction of food and calories below the 1000 calorie/day mark can often be avoided by taking Tiromel (Liothyronine). Women, no doubt, are more prone to side effects than men but usually get along well with 50 mcg/day. A short-term intake of Tiromel (Liothyronine) in a reasonable dosage is certainly “healthier” than an extreme hunger diet.
As for the dosage, one should be very careful since Tiromel (Liothyronine) is a very strong and highly effective thyroid hormone. It is extremely important that one begins with a low dosage, increasing it slowly and evenly over the course of several days. Most athletes begin by taking one 25 mcg tablet per day and increasing this dosage every three to four days by one additional tablet. A dose higher than 100 mcg/ day is not necessary and not advisable. It is not recommended that the daily dose be taken all at once but broken down into three smaller individual doses so that they become more effective. It is also important that Tiromel (Liothyronine) not be taken for more than six weeks. At least two months of abstinence from the drug needs to follow. Those who take high dosages of Tiromel (Liothyronine) over a long period of time are at risk of developing a chronic thyroid insufficiency. As a consequence, the athlete might be forced to take thyroid medication for the rest of his life. It is also important that the dosage is reduced slowly and evenly by taking fewer tablets and not be ended abruptly. Those who plan to take Tiromel (Liothyronine) should first consult a physician in order to be sure that no thyroid hyper function exists.