KYNOSELEN is valuable whenever cardiac or skeletal muscles are compromised or damaged through disease, deficiencies, or over-exertion, and when a general restorative, stimulatory or `tonic’ effect is desired. Kynoselen is helpful where there is debility and loss of strength.
Muscle eutrophic indicated for the prevention and treatment of selenium deficiency. Myopathies, muscular dystrophy, asthenia and fatigue.
Heptaminol (supplied as heptaminol hydrochloride) is an amino alcohol with a structure of 6- amino-2-methylheptan-2-ol.
Presentation: 100 ml.
Sodium, magnesium, potassium, and cyanocobalamin.
Slow intravenous, intramuscular and subcutaneous route. As a preventive measure, administer 2 ml per 10 kg of live weight in young cattle, sheep and pigs; as well as in canines and felines. In adult bovines, horses and pigs, administer 10 to 20 ml per animal. As treatment, administer the same dose for 3 consecutive days and if necessary, repeat 8 to 10 days later. Consult exact doses by species and age on the product’s packaging material.
Kynoselen is not approved for use in humans. Prescribing guidelines are unavailable. An effective dosage for physique- or performance-enhancing purposes generally falls in the range of 1 mL weekly for every 25 pounds of bodyweight. This would mean that a 200lb bodybuilder would use around 8 mL per week. Due to high injection volume, some opt to take a lower dosage, injecting at the very least a 2 mL three times per week. At this dose, a single 100 mL vial would last about 16 weeks. At 8-10 mL per week a 100 mL bottle would last for 10 to 12 weeks. It is generally recommended to use the entire bottle once it has been opened, or discard any remaining drug that was not used during the cycle. As with all injectable drugs packaged in multi-dosed vials, contaminants will be introduced into the solution immediately once the seal is broken for the first injection.
Because it tends to increase noradrenalin levels, Kynoselen is also a mild stimulant. It is likely for this specific reason that its use has been banned by certain horseracing organizations. This means that one can expect certain stimulant-related side effects, especially when taking this drug in higher dosages. This includes rapid heartbeat, sweating, jitters, restlessness, increased blood pressure, or insomnia. A good rule of thumb used by bodybuilders to try and keep such side effects from becoming a problem is to never inject more than 2 mL per day. They may also want to start with an amount lower than the recommended dosage (determined by bodyweight), perhaps even half of this. The dose is then slowly increased, so that the peak level is reached only after three to four weeks of slow incremental increases.