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Ligandrol was developed to increasing lean muscle, improve strength, and prevent muscle wastage.

Qty: 30 tablets


Supplied for Research Purposes Only

This information and product is provided for research purposes only. We do not provide any advice on the usage of these products as UK Law prevents this. Customers should check the legality of this product in their own country prior to purchase.

Benefits and uses:

Increases the rate at which muscle is built.

Strength and endurance are both improved.

Helps reduce fat for improved definition.

Increases bone density and density overall.

Mild, and it has a low risk of harm


25mg per day

What is LGD 4033?

LGD 4033, also known as the more common name Ligandrol, is currently one of the performance enhancing chemicals that are in the highest demand on the market. In its most basic form, it is a recently produced selective androgen receptor modulator that primarily attracts bodybuilders who are interested in achieving a larger than normal body. However, aesthetics were in no way a factor in the decision to create it in the first place. 

Because it mimics the effects of the anabolic hormone testosterone, LGD 4033 was developed with the intention of being used in medicinal applications. This involves treating the degradation of the muscles and bones that is caused by medical disorders such as osteoporosis and muscle wasting. However, due to the fact that the supplement has the potential to improve bone density and muscle mass, it gained popularity as a fitness drug.

Some of the negative aspects of LGC 4033:

Could require PCT

It is a medication that is currently under study.

Researchers are looking into the possibility of using a chemical that was recently made available by Ligand Pharmaceuticals as a treatment for a variety of illnesses, including age-related frailty. It does not currently possess an approval for use in or out of contests from either the Food and Drug Administration or the World Anti-Doping Agency. In spite of this, a significant number of people use Ligandrol in order to bulk up, improve their athletic ability, and get an advantage over their rivals.

How LGD 4033 work?

The action mechanism of ligandrol is one-of-a-kind and shares no parallels at all with that of anabolic steroids. As a consequence of this, it has effects that are relatively light and less hazardous to the health of the people who use it.

As is the case with every other type of SARM, it binds to and stimulates the androgen receptors that are present in the skeletal and muscular tissues. Androgens are a class of hormones that play a significant role in the development of male sexual characteristics. As a result, its effects are favourable for bulk gainers and athletes in the same way that testosterone's effects are.

When LGD 4033 binds to androgen receptors, it boosts the activity of anabolic enzymes, which results in increased muscle growth. This, in turn, stimulates the growth of muscles, increases strength, and fortifies the bones in your body.

In what ways is LGD 4033 beneficial to users?

LGD 4033 is a flexible and can be used to help achieve a wide variety of fitness-related aims in a short amount of time. However, putting on mass is the most important aspect of using the supplement.

Indeed, Ligandrol is intended to target and encourage the growth and development of muscles, which will ultimately result in a larger and more robust frame. Nevertheless, the synthesis of raw mass is not the only purpose served by the use of Ligandrol!

There is much to learn about this chemical that improves performance. In essence, it is helpful in the following ways:

Increase in bulk that is leaner and free of fat.

Increases in power production, muscularity, and endurance

Promotes fat reduction, which in turn helps the muscle chiselling process.

Increases bone density and helps to avoid muscle atrophy

Strength and stamina are both improved as a result.

Enhances both the mental health and performance of the user.

Helps in the recovery from workout exhaustion

Effects that are truly remarkable for building muscle

LGD 4033 is a relatively new drug that has been developed to combat the use of anabolic steroids, which have been commonplace in the fitness industry for decades. People have voiced their delight and preference for the safety of it, despite the fact that it was just recently introduced into the community of mass gainers.

The majority of users are really satisfied with the effects that it has on increasing the size of their muscles. These users are either in the beginning stages of bodybuilding or have progressed to the advanced level. This suggests that the drug is beneficial in increasing and developing bulk for both amateurs and professionals alike.

According to feedback, Ligandrol is the secret to quickly gaining muscle mass and is an excellent choice for use during bulking cycles. Every person who goes to the gym can expect to gain from it, but those who are looking for genuine results will benefit the most. Although many people praised it for its effectiveness as a standalone agent, others asserted that they derived greater advantages from stacking it with ostarine MK 2866.

Ligandrol is effective not just in increasing size, but also in enhancing one's physical performance by significantly increasing one's strength. Many people believe that it can help extend your training time without causing you to feel weary or frustrated as quickly as might otherwise be the case.

The supplement receives generally positive reviews and comes highly recommended by users who have had direct experience with it. Nearly everyone has found it gratifying for their fitness goals, ranging from increased muscle growth to breaking through previously established muscle-building plateaus. However, they feel that the most distinctive advantage that can be associated with Ligandrol is the ability to construct "cleaner" or, to put it another way, fat-free muscles.

As an illustration, male bodybuilders can begin their dosage somewhere between 10 and 20 milligrammes per day. It is recommended that women start with a lower dosage, between 5 and 10 milligrammes per day.

According to the assertions of certain medical experts, the correct dosage for you will change depending on the stage you are currently in. That example, 10 milligrammes per day is a good starting point for novices. People who are at an intermediate level are able to safely consume 15 mg per day, however the daily dosage that is recommended for experts is 20 mg.


Ligandrol has an excellent track record as a medication that improves athletic performance in general. The vast majority of people are comfortable stating that they will include the substance in both their bulking and cutting cycles. In addition, when used in conjunction with MK-677, it yields exceptionally impressive effects. On the other hand, if you are looking to cut down as part of your exercise routine, you should consider stacking it with S4 or Cardarine.


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Seems effective so far.


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