Buy Salbutamol Australia
Active Ingredient: Salbutamol Sulfate (Albuterol)
Manufacturer: Warsaw Pharmaceutical Works Polfa S.A POLAND
Contents: Is available in 40mcg tablets.
Delivery: 125 tablets
Buy Salbutamol (Albuterol) and Clenbuterol belong to the same medicine class called Beta-2 Andrenergic Receptor Agonist/Antagonist. Both medicines share the same properties and both have been used for same conditions in many medical trials. Typically used to treat Asthma, it stimulates beta-2 receptors, which medical studies have shown to extremely beneficial for Asthma as well as fat loss and strength gain. Salbutamol is thermogenic, it will increase metabolism. Some studies may suggest Salbutamol may be more effective in humans than Clenbuterol which has been studied mostly in animals. Please note that the inhaler version of the medicine is potent for asthma only, since it’s dose is too small and is rapidly absorbed. Clenbuterol end Salbutamol no difference accept Salbutamol is sold under the name Albuterol in ten states and is legal.
Usually between 20-120 mcg per day, but this drug becomes ineffective for its anabolic properties after 18 days of use. However, brown fat burning and weight loss will continue past that 18-day period. A cycle of 6-8 weeks MUST be followed by a 3-4 week off cycle since the body suffers from receptor downgrade. Receptors can be reduced by as much as 50% when used for 18 consecutive days. This can be avoided if it is taken in a 2 day on / 2 day off pattern.
A first time user should not exceed 40 mcg the first day. Increase by one tablet until the side effects are not tolerable.
Example of a first cycle:
Day 1: 20 mcg
Day 2: 40 mcg
Day 3: 60 mcg
Day 4: 80 mcg
Day 5: 80 mcg (Note: Increase the dose only when the side effects are tolerable)
Day 6 – Day 12: 100 mcg
Day 13: 80 mcg (Tapering is not necessary, but it helps some users get back to normal gradually)
Day 14: 60 mcg
Day 15: off
Day 16: off
Example of a second cycle:
Day 1: 60 mcg
Day 2: 80 mcg
Day 3: 80 mcg
Day 4: 100 mcg
Day 5: 100 mcg
Day 6 – Day 12: 120 mcg
Day 13: 100 mcg
Day 14: 80 mcg
Day 15: off
Day 16: off
How does Salbutamol work?
Salbutamol accuhaler, evohaler, nebules, respirator solution, syrup and injection all contain the active ingredient salbutamol, which is a type of medicine known as a short-acting beta 2 agonist. Salbutamol is also available without a brand name, ie as the generic medicine.
Salbutamol works by acting on receptors in the lungs called beta 2 receptors. When salbutamol stimulates these receptors it causes the muscles in the airways to relax. This allows the airways to open.
In conditions where there is narrowing of the airways, such as asthma or chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD, eg emphysema and chronic bronchitis), it is difficult for air to get in and out of the lungs. By opening the airways, salbutamol makes it easier to breathe.
How is Salbutamol taken?
Salbutamol is most commonly taken using an inhaler device. Inhaling the medicine allows it to act directly in the lungs where it is needed most. It also reduces the potential for side effects occurring in other parts of the body, as the amount absorbed into the blood through the lungs is lower than if the medicine is taken by mouth.
Salbutamol inhalers are known as ‘relievers’. This is because when salbutamol is breathed into the lungs it works very quickly to relieve asthma attacks, wheezing, coughing, chest tightness or shortness of breath. Salbutamol inhalers can also be used shortly before exercising or exposure to allergens (things that trigger wheezing, such as pet fur or pollen) to open the airways and prevent wheezing.
You should follow the instructions given by your doctor regarding when to use your salbutamol inhaler and how many inhalations you can use each day. Don’t exceed the prescribed dose.
It is very important to learn how to use your inhaler correctly, as otherwise you won’t be breathing the right dose of medicine into your lungs. Instructions will be provided with your inhaler. However, your doctor, nurse or pharmacist can also show you how to use your inhaler and can check that you are using it correctly.
Salbutamol evohaler is a metered dose inhaler (sometimes called an MDI or aerosol inhaler) that delivers the medicine as a fine spray or mist. With this inhaler you co-ordinate pressing down the canister and breathing in the spray. Follow this link for general instructions on how to use a metered dose inhaler. Salbutamol evohaler can also be used with a spacer device such as a Volumatic.
Salbutamol accuhaler is a dry powder inhaler. It comes pre-loaded with blisters containing individual doses of the medicine as a powder. To take a dose you have to slide the lever on the inhaler. This opens a blister inside the inhaler, making a dose ready for you to inhale. You then breathe out fully, put the mouthpiece to your lips and breathe in steadily and deeply through your mouth. More detailed instructions are provided with the accuhaler.
Salbutamol tablets or syrup are sometimes prescribed for people who can’t use inhalers very well. As these don’t start to work very quickly, oral forms of salbutamol must be taken regularly to help keep the airways open all the time.
Salbutamol syrup is usually taken three or four times a day. Follow the instructions given by your doctor regarding the dose and how often to take it. The syrup can be taken either with or without food.
If you forget to take a dose take it as soon as you remember, unless it is nearly time for your next dose. In this case, just leave out the missed dose and take your next dose as usual. Don’t take a double dose to make up for a missed dose.
Nebuliser or respirator solutions of salbutamol are used to treat acute asthma attacks in hospital. A nebuliser is a machine that converts the liquid medicine inside the nebules into particles that can be inhaled. It is used to deliver higher doses of the medicine than a standard inhaler.
People with severe asthma or COPD who have been shown to benefit from regular use of high doses of salbutamol are sometimes prescribed nebules to be used in a nebuliser at home.
Salbutamol may also be given by injection in hospital to treat severe asthma attacks.