Maxtreme Pharma is the company that makes the drug Maxi-Fen-10. It is an anti-estrogenic drug that can be used to treat female breast cancer. Tamoxifen Citrate, also known as Nolvadex, is the drug's active component and is a member of the class of drugs known as Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs).
Men frequently use this drug to restore their natural hormone levels and decrease negative effects following a cycle of steroid use.
PROPERTIES AND EFFECTS OF NOLVADEX
Tamoxifen is one of the most widely used anti-oestrogen drugs for post-cycle therapy (PCT), a procedure required after a cycle of anabolic steroids in order to restore the body's normal functions.
Restoring natural testosterone production and reducing the effects of oestrogen are two of the key objectives of PCT. By preventing oestrogen receptors in the body from functioning, Tamoxifen effectively contributes to both of these effects.
Men can prevent estrogenic side effects including the feared gynecomastia and fluid accumulation by limiting the action of oestrogen in the body. Additionally, Tamoxifen raises good cholesterol while lowering bad cholesterol in the body.
NOLVADEX USE WITH STEROIDS
Tamoxifen by Maxtreme Pharma is often taken in doses of 20–40mg (1-2 tablets) per day for post-cycle therapy. PCT typically lasts between two and four weeks, depending on the drugs used and the length of the cycle.
For the prevention of side effects during the steroid cycle, Tamoxifen should be taken at a lower dosage of no more than 10-20mg (1 to 2 tablets) per day throughout the cycle.
Since Tamoxifen will have progestogenic adverse effects, it should not be used during or after cycles containing drugs like Nandrolone, Trenbolone, or Oxymetholone (Anadrol).
SIDE EFFECTS OF NOLVADEX
Tamoxifen taken in excess of the advised dose may reduce the effects of steroids or boost the body's response to oestrogen. Headaches, a lack of appetite, and vision impairment are side effects of improper drug use.