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low adrenal output and Clenbuterol
Posted by: Leslee
Date: February 1, 2002 12:47 AM

I read your article on adrenal fatigue, and plan to take licorice in liquid form to see if this helps. I also have gained a bit of weight and am interested in your opinion on clenbuterol, which I understand acts somewhat like adrenaline. Would this give the adrenals a rest or create more fatigue? As a side note, would you know if clenbuterol would accelerate the aging process because of the elevation in body temperature or do other damage which could not be compensated for in some way by other remedies. And, what would the other remedies be, assuming this pertains and there are any?

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RE: low adrenal output and Clenbuterol
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: February 1, 2002 4:04 AM

First of all, understand that I practice nutritional medicine. Anything not already made by nature or normal human metabolism is looked at by me through jaundiced eyes. Clenbuterol is a synthetic anabolic steroid used by weight lifters and other athletes to build muscle. If you are willing to use such a thing in your body, you are talking to the wrong person. Next, it is not at all clear that you even have proof that your adrenals are weak, but are already thinking of using a drug to compensate for what you think may be the case. He who has himself for a doctor has a fool for a patient. 'Nuf said.

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