Condition: New alternative to: Liothyronine (T3)

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CONTENT: T3-Max-100, 100mcg (50 pills)

T3-Max-100 Maxtreme Cytomel is the synthetic form of T-3 / liothyronine and was a well-known trade or brand name among athletes. T3-Max-100 Maxtreme is used as a form of thyroid hormone therapy. Most bodybuilders favored this drug over synthetic forms of T-4 (levothyroxine) because of its far superior levels of activity.
The abuse of synthetic T3-Max-100 Maxtreme leads to a strong suppression of the natural (endogenous) thyroid function. This is especially true of this drug because it actually surrounds the normal thyroid hormone manufacturing process the body uses to produce endogenous forms as required. Simplified this is because T3-Max-100 Maxtreme is the most powerful thyroid hormone, so the body switches off every level of production needed to try to reduce circulatory Thyro3 levels.

Since long-term use of T3-Max-100 Maxtreme is used for thyroid function suppression the question of rebound should be discussed briefly. It is commonly said that synthetic thyroid hormone abuse will lead to permanent thyroid dysfunction.

Thyroid hormones are naturally synthesized in our body, but because the molecules aren't complex, many pharmaceutical companies make the synthetic variety of the hormones. There are two basic types of thyroid hormones - T4 known as levothyroxine and T3 known as liothyronine. Both are made and stored in the thyroid gland. Thyroid hormone from the drug companies is obtained in two ways. Either from animal thyroid (cattle or sheep sources) or made synthetically.
Thyroid hormone is easily absorbed from the stomach into the bloodstream. The onset of action is pretty quick and usually occurs in a few hours. However, the peak activity of the hormone can last for a few days. The thyroid hormone usually remains in the body for a few days after a single administration.

Excess thyroid hormone can cause a wide variety of side effects, including: headache, mood changes - irritability, nervousness, anxiety, sweating, abnormal heart rhythms, palpitations, chest pain, diarrhea, menstrual irregularities, worsening heart failure, shock. Massive overdose can lead to symptoms similar to thyroid storm. Chronically excessive dosing will produce the signs and symptoms of hyperthyroidism.