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SR9009 Powder (Stenabolic) | 2 Grams

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Sports Technology Labs proudly offers the premium quality SR9009 powder for sale. SR9009, also referred to as Stenabolic, functions as an agonist of the Rev-ErbA protein, present in various parts of the body, including the liver and the skeletomuscular system. 

Research has illustrated its effects on circadian rhythm regulation, influence on fat-storing cells, and impact on lipid and glucose metabolism within the liver. It should be noted that although SR9009 is not classified as a selective androgen receptor modulator (SARM), its binding to Rev-ErBA results in several similar outcomes and additional effects.

Observed effects of SR9009

SR9009 was created in 2013 at The Scripps Research Institute (now known as Scripps Research). Initial investigations revealed SR9009 to be highly proficient in elevating metabolic activity and boosting skeletal muscle growth in mice, without influencing endogenous testosterone levels.

The observed effects of SR9009 in test subjects include:

  • Increase in resting metabolic rate
  • Regulation of circadian rhythm and sleep patterns
  • Enhancement of endurance
  • Weight loss
  • Reduction in cholesterol levels
  • Decrease in bodily inflammation
  • Arterial plaque management

The compound has exhibited potential in addressing conditions such as heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and metabolic syndrome. SR9009 might even gain recognition as “exercise in a bottle” in the future. However, it must be emphasized that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has not officially approved SR9009 for human consumption, and thus it should currently only be used for laboratory research, not as an addition to aerobic exercise routines.

Clinical Research on SR9009

Continued research on human subjects is necessary. Nevertheless, studies carried out on animals have underlined SR9009’s promise as a health-enhancing product:

  1. A 2012 research project discovered that synthetic REV-ERB agonists (such as Stenabolic) modified circadian patterns in the liver, adipose tissue, and skeletal muscles of mice, leading to an increase in energy expenditure.
  2. A 2013 investigation found that mice treated with SR9009 were capable of running both greater distances and for extended periods compared to normal mice.

Sports Technology Labs continues to be an excellent source for obtaining Stenabolic online, though the ongoing research on SR9009 may yield further insight into its potential applications and safety in humans.

Data on Our SR9009 Powder for Sale

CAS Number: 1379686-30-2

Formula: C20H24ClN3O4S

Molar Mass: 437.940 g/mol

Class: Rev-ERB agonist

Storage: Store in a cool dry place away from direct sunlight to maximize shelf life.

  • Foil Pouch with UV resistance to minimize degradation.
  • Minimum 98% pure.
  • 2,050 milligrams SR9009/Stenabolic per pouch.
  • Measuring tools not included.

This preparation is for laboratory research purposes only and is not approved by the FDA for human use. SR009/Stenabolic IS NOT A DIETARY OR SPORTS SUPPLEMENT.

SR9009 FAQs

SR9009 is currently under investigation for its potential benefits in regulating circadian rhythm, improving sleep quality, promoting fat burning, and enhancing cardiac health.

According to available data, SR9009 demonstrates potential in improving metabolic rate, facilitating fat burning, and influencing circadian rhythm.

As of now, there is no available data indicating the suppression of natural testosterone levels resulting from the administration of SR9009.

SR9009 is believed to regulate circadian rhythm and potentially enhance sleep quality and timing; however, additional research is required to substantiate these effects.

Why is Sports Technology Labs the best place to buy SR9009 Powder online?

Sports Technology Labs is the best place to buy SR9009 powder online because of their consistent, verifiable quality, and outstanding customer service.

Anyone who wants to buy SARMs and SARM-like substances certainly has a number of options. There are more than a few websites on the internet offering Stenabolic powder for sale. But not all of these sellers are equally reputable. Simply put, it’s hard to be certain of the quality of the products sold by some of these mysterious websites.

When you buy from us, you’re getting a quality product that has been carefully tested in a U.S. lab. SR9009 powder available through our website has a certified 98% minimum purity. We provide free shipping for orders exceeding $149, and for those who require expedited delivery, we also offer express shipping. 

Customers who subscribe to our email list enjoy a 10% discount, and an extra 10% off when paying with cryptocurrency. In addition, we’re dedicated to ensuring customer satisfaction. You are always welcome to contact us with your questions, and we’ll get back to you shortly. Our Stenabolic is also available in liquid form.

Abuse Warning

SR9009 is an investigational compound still awaiting FDA approval and is not a dietary supplement. At Sports Technology Labs we are chemical suppliers, not medical doctors, and our expertise is sourcing and quality control. Sports Technology Labs does not encourage or condone consumer use of SARMs products, they are for research purposes only.

SARMs should only be used under the supervision and direction of a medical doctor or designated research authority. We strongly discourage the use of SARMs for performance enhancement in sports and bodybuilding, and warn against “bro science” and peer consensus when making decisions about health.

Scientific References:

1. Solt, L., Wang, Y., Banerjee, S. et al. Regulation of circadian behaviour and metabolism by synthetic REV-ERB agonists. Nature 485 , 62–68 (2012).

2. Woldt, E., Sebti, Y., Solt, L. et al. Rev-erb-α modulates skeletal muscle oxidative capacity by regulating mitochondrial biogenesis and autophagy. Nat Med 19, 1039–1046 (2013).