RAD-150, also known as TLB-150 Benzoate, is a remarkable compound which stabilizes the levels of testosterone. It works by mimicking the role of natural testosterone in your body. Because of esterification, a chemical reaction that forms at least one type of compound called ester (byproduct of acid and alcohol reaction), RAD-150 can last much longer in your body than its parent compound RAD-140 (about twice as long). Due to its high absorption rate, stability, and half-life of 48 hours, it offers a broad range of health benefits with little to no side effects and is significantly more effective than other selective androgen receptor modulators (SARMs).
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