Clomed is an post cycle steroid, this drug is also known as Clomid and is made by Balkan Pharmaceuticals.
Clomiphene Citrate is not an anabolic/androgenic steroid. Since it is a synthetic estrogen it belongs, however, to the group of sex hormones. In school medicine Clomiphene Citrate is normally used to trigger ovulation. Clomiphene Citrate also has a strong influence on the hypothalamohypophysial testicular axis. It stimulates the hypophysis to release more gonadotropin so that a faster and higher release of FSH (follicle stimulating hormone) and LH (luteinizing hormone) occurs. This results in an elevated endogenous (body’s own) testosterone level. Clomiphene Citrate is especially effective when the body’s own testosterone production, due to the intake of anabolic/androgenic steroids, is suppressed. In most cases Clomiphene Citrate can normalize the testosterone level and the spermatogenesis (sperm development) within 10- 14 days. For this reason Clomiphene Citrate is primarily taken after steroids are discontinued. At this time it is extremely important to bring the testosterone production to a normal level as quickly as possible so that the loss of strength and muscle mass is minimized. Even better results can be achieved if Clomiphene Citrate is combined with HCG or when Clomiphene citrate is used after the intake of HCG.
Paradoxically, although Clomiphene Citrate is a synthetic estrogen it also works as an anti-estrogen. The reason is that Clomiphene Citrate has only a very low estrogenic effect and thus the stronger estrogens which, for example, form during the aromatization of steroids, are blocked at the receptors. These would include those that develop during the aromatizing of steroids. This does not prevent the steroids from aromatizing but the increased estrogen is mostly deactivated since it cannot at-tach to the receptors. The increased water retention and the possible signs of feminization can thus be reduced or even completely avoided. Since the antiestrogenic effect of Clomiphene Citrate is lower than those found in Proviron, Nolvadex, and Teslac it is mainly taken as a testosterone stimulant. Clomed is a medication that promotes the production of the body’s own stimulating hormone, gonadotropin, which in turn increases the testosterone level. It is, for example, administered to women as a so-called anti-estrogen to trigger ovulation (“ovulation stimulator”).