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MAYO

MAYO

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Benadryl contains Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride.....Ketotifen Fumarate is an entirely separate compound. However, both up-regulate Beta-2 andrenergic receptors....the same receptors that clen activates and desensitizes.
 
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Benadryl contains Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride.....Ketotifen Fumarate is an entirely separate compound. However, both up-regulate Beta-2 andrenergic receptors....the same receptors that clen activates and desensitizes.
Does Ketotifen Fumarate a superior option to Benedryl? Or is the difference negligible?
 
MAYO

MAYO

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Does Ketotifen Fumarate a superior option to Benedryl? Or is the difference negligible?
I don't have data dealing specifically with rate sof up-regulation between the two.....however, a lot of BB's in my area and many I speak to online use benadryl for price and availability.
 
jdjack

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Ketotifen is far superior to Benadryl. People would use ketotifen if it were cheap and easy to get as benadryl.
 
jdjack

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LOL show me the label that says ketotifen is in benadryl.
 
Dangling Unit

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Benadryl contains Diphenhydramine Hydrochloride.....Ketotifen Fumarate is an entirely separate compound. However, both up-regulate Beta-2 andrenergic receptors....the same receptors that clen activates and desensitizes.

LOL show me the label that says ketotifen is in benadryl.

I don't know what I was thinking. My bad!
 

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Ketotifen is far superior to Benadryl. People would use ketotifen if it were cheap and easy to get as benadryl.

I personaly couldn't tell benadryl did anything, keto however did seem to keep the lower doses more effective for longer periods.
 

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I'm not trying to flirt with you or anything, but you don't need clenbuterol. You probably won't see much of a difference from where you're at now, and you can really screw up your heart.


Now this is where the scinece crap gets so anoying, majority of the studies say yes and there is even an outcast that says "under the right scenario "diagnosis" lmao you decide.
Now albuterol imo with years of stuy is the safer choice.

well, fat loss yess in most. Heart complications ? duno imgo.
 
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