Liquid clenbuterol syrup, a purported fat-burning and weight loss aid, is taken orally on a two- to three-week cycle schedule either on its own or with a masking liquid such as orange juice or another strong-tasting fruit juice. The taste of the unadulterated clenbuterol syrup can be markedly unpleasant, so mixing it with something else is a good way to disguise any objectionable flavors.
Clenbuterol is also available in pill and injection form. The injectable liquid should never be taken orally.
- Observe a Cycle Schedule
- Measure Dosages
- Mix Liquids
Clenbuterol is taken on a cycle schedule with dosages increasing over each iteration of the cycle. The substance can become unsafe if taken in a manner outside that recommended by its purveyors. It is important to create a schedule in consultation with a physician to remain safe.
Clenbuterol must be taken in exact dosages. If exact doses are not observed then side effects may occur. Users can purchase microspoons or other precision measurement tools to avoid the possibility of accidentally misdosing themselves with clenbuterol.
It is important to keep the experience of taking clenbuterol relatively painless. Toward this end, users can mix the syrup with orange juice or other strong-tasting substances to erase the bad aftertaste.