RAD 140, which aids protein synthesis and androgen activity. It’s commonly used to help increase strength and endurance, making it perfect for performance-based users. Aesthetically-minded users may want to stack RAD-140 with another compound.
RAD-140 has a 90:1 anabolic to androgenic ratio compared to testosterone’s 100:100. This means that while RAD-140 is nearly as anabolic as testosterone, it’s nowhere near as androgenic. That’s a good thing because most of the side effects from [supplementing?] testosterone are a result of its androgenic effects.
RAD-140 has also been shown to have a greater anabolic effect than testosterone with a lower androgenic effect, resulting in greater muscle gains but fewer side effects. When combined with testosterone, RAD-140 amplifies testosterone’s anabolic effects and reduces its androgenic effects. This indicates that RAD-140 can make testosterone more effective at muscle building while making it less likely to cause unwanted side effects, such as prostate enlargement.
Interestingly, RAD-140 has also been studied for its neuroprotective effects and there are indications that it could prevent brain and nerve cell death and injury. It’s being considered as a possible treatment for Alzheimer’s and neurodegenerative diseases.