50 ml Liquid Oral Letrozole 2.5mg/ml
Letrozole is not an anabolic steroid in any shape or form but belongs to the aromatase inhibitor family and by its very nature its primary mode of action is just that; inhibiting aromatase but as we’ll see it has secondary qualities. Unlike many commonly used Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERM’s) Letrozole directly affects estrogen by blocking the aromatase enzyme or better yet by blocking or inhibiting the aromatase process. By its nature Letro greatly reduces the amount of estrogen in the body and prohibits estrogen from conversion as is a common occurrence with many anabolic androgenic steroids. Many anabolic steroidsconvert into estrogen, it is their nature and a prime example is the powerful anabolic androgen Testosterone. It is this estrogen conversion that can lead to many unwanted side-effects as we will see shortly. How powerful is Letrozole; well it can reduce the total amount of estrogen in your body by as much as 98%, again, making it the most powerful AI of the common three with only the Cytadren medication being more powerful but not necessarily more advantageous. As we recommend Letrozole primarily as an on-cycle side-effect preventer most will find a dosing of 0.5-1mg every other day to be perfect and generally all the Letrozole they need to get the job done. If you are ultra-sensitive to side-effects or preparing for a bodybuilding contest 1mg every day may be in your future but this is not advised for far extended periods of time; most competitive bodybuilders will however find such dosing welcomed for approximately 10 days before a contest.
For the individual who has a Gynecomastia flare up, in order to combat this problem, as discussed Letro may be able to reverse the symptoms if it is caught early enough. In this case a dosing of 2.5mg per day for approximately 2-3 weeks may be warranted; however, once the symptoms clear you will need to cut back to a more standard 1mg per day dose in order to remain in healthy working function. It is important to note, if you take a large dose of Letrozole to combat early Gynecomastia and it does not clear the symptoms in a few weeks you’re either very sensitive to Gyno or the problem has set in for too long. If this is the case there isn’t a lot you can do, as Gyno will not go away on its own. For this individual we are afraid his only hope will to have the Gynecomastia surgically removed.