If you are looking for a highly potent antiestrogen that can help you reap complete advantages of anabolic steroids during a steroid cycle, Aromasin or Exemestane is an excellent choice for you. This is simply because this third generation aromatase inhibitor (AI) is one of the most popular antiestrogens that are also admired for stimulating beneficial effects on bone mineral content and lipid profile.

Medically recommended for adjuvant treatment of postmenopausal women with estrogen-receptor positive early breast cancer, Aromasin is used as an antiestrogen by sportsmen on steroids to keep estrogenic side effects at bay. Having an active life of nearly 24-40 hours, Exemestane reduces the production of estrogens in the body so that male hormones such as testosterone do not get converted into estrogens. Use of this antiestrogen is also associated with restored and even improved levels of naturally producing testosterone at the end of a steroid cycle.

One of the other advantages associated with this antiestrogen is that it can significantly reduce SHBG (sex hormone binding globulin) for enhancing the level of free testosterone in the body besides making all other anabolic steroids more bio-available and improving IGF-1 level. In addition to that, use of this drug is not associated with liver toxicity and a daily dose of 25 mg is enough for reducing estrogens by as much as 70-80 percent within 24 hours after the dose. The levels of estrogens still remain 40 percent below the baseline after 72 hours after this drug is eliminated from the body and estrogen levels return to baseline without rebounding 120 hours after the initial dose.

This antiestrogen, Aromasin, is not recommended to pregnant or lactating women and children and people already making the use of drugs such as Rifadin, Rimactane, Rifater, Luminal, Solfoton, Dilantin, Carbatrol, and Tegretol as Aromasin may interfere with their action mechanism and functioning.