1.What is Halostachine?
Halostachine,one of the newest forays into filling the gap left by DMAA and ephedrine.Halostachine, also known as N-methylphenylethanolamine, is a beta adrenergic agonist similar in structure and function to ephedrine. It's typically found in rye grass and is also standardized from the plant Halostachys. Halostachine is a natural metabolite of phenylethylamine (PEA), a compound found in cocoa beans known for its "feel-good" effects in the body. Halostachine has pharmacological action similar to ephedrine, and other beta agonists.
2.What Are the Benefits of Halostachine HCL?
Improved glucose storage and utilization
This new ingredient works similarly to ephedrine in burning fat. Fat loss drugs like ephedrine and clenbuterol are beta adrenergic receptor agonists, meaning that they stimulate the beta receptors which are found on fat cells. This stimulation causes fat to be released to be burned as energy.
As a beta agonist, halostachine imparts various lipolytic and thermogenic effects (fat-burning and temperature raising), effects in the body. One of the reasons for ephedrine's ban by the FDA was due to the fact that it significantly increase heart rate and potentially negatively impacted cardiovascular function. Halostachine, much like synephrine, is said to be more benign and can be used as a safer alternative to ephedrine.Furthermore, as a beta agonist,halostachine can stimulate the release of adrenaline and noradrenaline into the bloodstream. These two neurotransmitters not only help increase alertness, focus, and energy, but also induce lipolysis, the breakdown and release of fatty acids.
Halostachine acts as a beta-adrenergic receptor agonist similar to that of Ephedrine and DMAA but with a tone down in potency and is thought to be a much safer compound in comparison to the now illegal DMAA. That being said, you still need to respect its power.
3.Suggested Dosage, Synergies & Administration of Halostachine HCL
Being a beta-adrenergic agent, the doses of halostachine tend not to be so high. The average dose for most users is 50mg in one to two servings daily. As a supplement for workout energy, 50mg should be taken upon waking up and a second dose just before the workout or six hours after the first dose. Halostachine is a fast-acting supplement, and the effects will are felt within 10 minutes at most. On non-training days, 50mg in the morning once daily is enough for a boost of mental and physical energy throughout the day. As a fat-burner, the first 50mg is taken upon waking up and the second dose just before fasted cardio.
For synergy, halostachine can be stacked with low dosed alkaloids such as Higenamine. Halostachine should not be taken together with anti-depressants and monoamine oxidase inhibitors as they counteract each other. In case of any cardiovascular and any other chronic conditions, the opinion of a qualified healthcare professional should first be sought.