Yohimbine. Active: Yohimbine Hydrochloride
Start on 0.25ml (25mg) per day and slowly increase to 0.75ml (75mg) per day
Important to athletes are the fat burning properties of yohimbine hydrochloride. Yohimbe is part of the same family of chemicals: clenbuterol and ephedrine hydrochloride. Users reports that Yohime is more potent than clenbuterol or ephedrine. It‘s an androgenic antagonist and as with Clenbuterol, it blocks cortisol receptors. This supports lean muscle during fat burning. Injections can be intramuscular or subcutaneous.
Side effects are worse than those of clenbuterol. Increased heart rate, vomiting, nausea and insomnia are possible. Dosages should be conservative. Athletes should start on 0.25ml (25mg) per day. Then increase to 0.75ml (75mg) per day. Increasing the dose should be gradual. Reduction of receptor sensitivity happens fast with this substance. Use of intermittent cycles will yield better results. Zaditen (ketotifen) does not “free” receptors for yohimbine, as with Clenbuterol.
Yohimbine is best taken on an empty stomach, so no insulin is present. Insulin reduces Yohimbe effects when present. Administration in the morning on an empty stomach yields the greatest effect. Although Yohimbine Hydrochloride will work best in a fasting state, you can take a serving of whey protein before your cardio training. Whey protein will not spike insulin enough to reduce the effects. The best time to take Yohimbine is before low-to-moderate intensity cardio workouts.