DITHYRON, Uni-Pharma, Greece
Each tab has 50 mcg Levothyroxine (T4) and 12.5 mcg Liothyronine (T3).
Dithyron Uni-pharma T3 12.5mcg and T4 50mcg 30 Tablets
DITHYRON 30 tablets: £18.98 GPB
Each tablet contains levothryoxine sodium 50ug liothyronine sodium 12.5ug
T4 / T3 mix
Each tablet contains: 50ug L-Thyroxine Sodium, 12.5ug L-Triiodothyronine Sodium
30 tablets per box
Used for assiting in fat loss and increasing metabolism.
Potent fat burner, increases heart rate and body temperature
Thyroid hormones (T3/T4) are often referred to as the metabolic regulators of the body. High levels of T3 speed up the metabolism of an individual, allowing him to burn more calories and use calories more sufficiently. T4 will be broken inside the body into T3, but the halflife is longer, so with the combination of T3 and T4 in one product, the efficiency is way up now.
It is combination of T3 and T4.
When used to treat mild to moderate hypothyroidism, the average replacement dose of levothyroxine sodium is approximately 1.7 mcg/kg/day. This equates to 100-125 mcg/day per day for a 154lb adult. The full therapeutic dose may be given from the onset of therapy in otherwise healthy adult patients. Note that due to the long half-life of levothyroxine, the peak therapeutic effect at a given dose may not be achieved for 4 to 6 weeks.
When used (off-label) to accelerate fat loss by bodybuilders and athletes, the typical protocol involves slow buildup of the dosage so that the body has ample time to adjust to the changing thyroid hormone levels. An individual will generally start with a low dosage of 25-50 mcg, and will slowly increase the amount 25-50 mcg each day or two. The final dosage will usually be in the range of 100-150 mcg, and will rarely exceed 250 mcg. It is important to remember that thyroid drugs are strong medications with significant side effect potential. Cautious individuals will be sure not to use excessive amounts of levothyroxine sodium, nor continue treatment for longer than eight weeks. It is also generally advised to also reduce the Synthroid dosage gradually at the conclusion of each cycle. This is usually accomplished by dropping the dosage by 25 mcg every second or third day. The focus here, again, is to help avoid any sudden change in hormone levels that might otherwise trigger side effects. Note that due to the slow acting nature of levothyroxine sodium, it may take several weeks or longer for the active drug to be fully eliminated from the body.