Andarine, better known as S4 is a selective androgen receptor modulator (SARM). 100 ml 50 mg/ml.
SARMs have a different pathway than most performance-enhancers. When we look at Andarine, it has unique properties compared to most compounds.
One of the most effective and potent SARMs is Andarine, also referred to as the S4 SARM.
This SARM gets compared to steroidal compounds such as Winstrol and Anavar, mainly because it’s known to be as effective.
S4 (Andarine) is a quite versatile compound favored by bodybuilders and athletes alike due to the possibility of reaping potential performance benefits such as increased strength and bone density, lean muscle growth, better endurance, fat loss, and more efficient use of nutrients. All of which come with minimal potential androgenic side effects. It is thus useful for a wide range of effects from bulking, to cutting to general athletic performance enhancement while possibly increasing vascularity and hardening the muscles, and preventing muscle waste.
With an extremely short half-life time of just 3-4 hours, S4 (Andarine) administration should be done 2-3 times a day, preferably during mealtime. Dosages will vary based on the goals and experience and range from 25mg daily for beginners up to 75mg daily for advanced users with higher potential side effect risk for a no longer than 8 weeks cycle, regardless of dosages. As usual, Andarine can be stacked with other SARMs for enhanced effects.
S4 Side Effects
The most important potential side effect linked with S4 (Andarine) is changes to the eyesight including discomfort, tingling, and in extremely rare cases eyesight impairment. Which of course depends on the dosage and cycle lengths. Less severe potential side effects are mood changes including depression.
Do You need PCT for S4?
S4 is a testosterone-suppressing compound and can cause complete testosterone shutdown. In some cases, it might only cause a reduction in testosterone levels. (Testosterone supression) The only way to tell whether or not you need to take PCT (like Tamoxifen) after a SARM cycle is to conduct a blood test and confirm your testosterone, LH, and FSH levels. Low LH and FSH will indicate that your HPTA is suppressed (and additional lower levels of Testosterone will confirm this claim). However, it is generally recommended to PCT after an S4 (Anadrine) cycle.