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YK11

Molecular formula: C25-H34-O6

Molar Mass: 430,541 g/mol

PubChem (CID): 119058028

Purity (HPLC): 98,6%

YK11 is one of the newest SARMs that was identified by Japanese scientists in 2011. Numerous studies of the medicine showed that YK11 causes stronger anabolic effects compared to classical steroids, such as steroid dihydrotestosterone (DHT), and does not have side effects specific to DHT, such as hair loss and prostate enlargement.

The studies revealed that YK11 binds to the androgen receptor causing a number of androgenic effects and inhibiting the myostatin effect that significantly increases its anabolic properties, thus, YK11 is both a SARM and a myostatin inhibitor. This combination of its properties makes it one of the most powerful, if not the most powerful, SARM. The study of the mechanisms of action of the medicine requires additional clinical trials, but the medicine is already available in the market and athletes actively use it.

YK11 is administered orally and has a high level of bioavailability.

The action of YK11 is similar to that one of testosterone, but it has no side effects of the latter.

There are as following advantages of using YK11:

  • It provides with a powerful anabolic effect.
  • It has a quick action.
  • It increases muscle mass.
  • It increases tolerance.
  • It increases strength and speed.
  • It reduces fat tissue.
  • It prevents loss of muscle mass during weight loss and drying.
  • It slows down the cell aging process.
  • It improves blood circulation.
  • It improves general state.
  • It has no hepatotoxic effect.
  • It has no side effects.

The disadvantage of YK11 is that it, like testosterone, causes aggression, but this is observed with increased dosages of the medicine, so you should carefully choose the dosage and do not raise it with no need. The recommended dosage is 10 mg per day. Given the short half-life, the medicine should be administered twice a day.

It should be noted that you will receive the effect of YK11 only with regular training and when leading an active lifestyle. If you lead an inactive lifestyle, you should select another SARM.

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