Thyroid Liothyronine (T3) 25 mcg Magnus Pharmaceuticals

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In Thyroid Liothyronine 25 mcg Magnus Pharmaceuticals, the active ingredient is Thyroid Liothyronine 25 mcg Magnus Pharmaceuticals, or simply T3, the thyroid hormone. It is popular not only in medicine for the treatment of various diseases, but also in sports. The properties of this hormone can be useful for many athletes, enabling them to train more efficiently and achieve better results.

Advantages of Thyroid Liothyronine 25 mcg Magnus Pharmaceuticals

T3 is a very powerful fat burner. It helps to get rid of subcutaneous fat, which improves relief even in problem areas. Other properties of the hormone:

  • stimulates the central nervous system;
  • reduces appetite;
  • eliminates drowsiness, reduces the need for sleep;
  • increases the performance and productivity of athletes;
  • improves heat production.

Thyroid Liothyronine 25 mcg Magnus Pharmaceuticals is used for weight loss not only by men but also by women. It speeds up metabolism and increases calorie consumption, so that fat deposits are used up and disappear, and the muscles on which the athlete has worked appear.

Possible negative effects

Taking the hormone can cause many side effects. You can get rid of it by taking concomitant medications.

The most common negative symptoms are

  • tachycardia;
  • digestive disorders;
  • increased excitability;
  • difficulty falling asleep;
  • trembling of the body;
  • increased sweating and hot flashes.

With individual sensitivity, allergic rashes may occur. In addition, the drug may suppress thyroid function, but this side effect is not common. It occurs with long courses and the use of very high doses of T3.

The hormone negatively affects the state of the nervous system. Due to increased excitability (T3 has an adrenaline-like effect), the person feels excitement and anxiety. Together with an accelerated heart rate, it has a negative effect on the heart. Women are particularly susceptible to such manifestations.

Rules for taking the hormone

It is necessary to use the hormone very carefully in order not to cause side effects. Thyroid Liothyronine 25 mcg Magnus Pharmaceuticals is the optimal dose to start taking. Here is the schedule according to which it is recommended to take this hormone:

  • start taking 25 mcg 2 times a day;
  • after 3-4 days, increase the total dose to 75 mg per day;
  • at the same intervals, increase the dose until the required value is reached.

Most often take no more than 100 mg per day, but some use 150-300 micrograms. To do this, you must undergo a medical examination and find out that there are no contraindications.

The course can be continued for up to 7 weeks. Approximately 2 weeks before stopping the drug, begin to reduce the dose in the same way as you increased it at the beginning. This will help the body without stress to first receive additional doses of T3, then it will lose them and the thyroid gland will restore the natural production of the hormone.

If during the reception there is a strong heartbeat, high blood pressure or diarrhoea, you can reduce the dose or try symptomatic treatment.

List of references

  1. Hennemann G, Docter R, Visser TJ. Post-translational modification of thyroglobulin. Iodination of tyrosine residues in a high molecular weight form of thyroglobulin by a thyroid microsomal enzyme. Biochim Biophys Acta. 1977;492(1):29-41.
  2. Brent GA. Mechanisms of thyroid hormone action. J Clin Invest. 2012;122(9):3035-3043.
  3. Bianco AC, Kim BW. Deiodinases: implications of the local control of thyroid hormone action. J Clin Invest. 2006;116(10):2571-2579.
  4. Jonklaas J, Bianco AC, Bauer AJ, et al. Guidelines for the treatment of hypothyroidism: prepared by the American Thyroid Association task force on thyroid hormone replacement. Thyroid. 2014;24(12):1670-1751.
  5. Chopra IJ. Clinical review 86: Euthyroid sick syndrome: is it a misnomer? J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 1997;82(2):329-334.





Active ingredient, mg




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