Ligandrol + Ostarine Tablets Stack (LGD 4033 + MK-2866) – Product Information
The combination of Ligandrol (LGD-4033) and Ostarine (MK-2866) is a popular stack among scientists and researchers looking to investigate muscle mass preservation, recovery and injury prevention, and body composition changes in research subjects.
- Ligandrol + Ostarine Stack tablets consist of 10mg Ligandrol (LGD 4033) and 10mg Ostarine (MK-2866) per tablet.
- Ligandrol Ostarine Stack tablets are offered in 2 variants: 20mg per tablet for 27 tablets, totaling 540mg, and, 20mg per tablet for 54 tablets, totaling 1080mg.
Ligandrol (LGD 4033) is a novel nonsteroidal oral selective androgen receptor modulator currently being investigated in research as a potential treatment for conditions relating to muscle dystrophy and osteoporosis.
Recent studies investigated the effects of LGD 4033 on muscle tissue in ovariectomized rats. A daily dose of LGD was administered and calculated according to the body weight of each individual rat at the onset of the study. Results and changes were noted as soon as week 2, the control group having weighed significantly less than rats undergoing LGD treatment. This difference remained until the end of the study, irrespective of LGD treatments. Additionally, the LGD treatments resulted in a higher number of capillaries in all muscles studied. Longer randomized trials and research could potentially evaluate its efficacy in improving physical function and health outcomes in select populations.
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Ostarine, also known as MK-2866, is currently one of the best research compounds focused on lean muscle mass preservation. However, initially, Ostarine was created to help fight muscle-wasting diseases. According to research, it selectively binds to androgen receptors in the body and displayed beneficial effects on muscle structure and metabolism in ovariectomized rats. Ostarine also displayed improved muscle vascularization in ovariectomized rats. This yields massive potential in the field of research to further investigate the possibility of preserving lean muscle tissue during a caloric deficit.