You will also be able to find Albuterol in an oral liquid form from research chemical labs (RCL’s). RCL’s have exploded in popularity in recent years offering a host of thermogenics, anti- estrogens , sexual aids and various peptide hormones that are not controlled substances. Such products are sold for research only, and by law if that is the purpose of the purchase it is legal without a prescription. A loophole in the law to say the least, and one many take advantage of. However, while some RCL’s carry Albuterol, it’s nowhere near as common as research Clenbuterol.
Additional side effects identified from the published literature and/or post-marketing surveillance on the use of ipratropium bromide-containing products (singly or in combination with albuterol), include: urinary retention, mydriasis, bronchospasm (including paradoxical bronchospasm), cases of precipitation or worsening of narrow-angle glaucoma, acute eye pain, blurred vision, ocular irritation, nasal congestion, drying of secretions, mucosal ulcers, irritation from aerosol, wheezing, exacerbation of COPD symptoms, hoarseness, palpitations, heartburn, drowsiness, CNS stimulation, coordination difficulty, flushing, alopecia, itching, hypotension, edema, gastrointestinal distress (diarrhea, nausea, vomiting), constipation, hypokalemia, mental disorder, hyperhidrosis, muscle spasms, muscular weakness, myalgia, and asthenia.
In a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled monotherapy trial of 14 weeks duration, patients already on sulfonylurea therapy underwent a 3-week washout period then were randomized to AMARYL 1 mg, 4 mg, 8 mg or placebo. Patients randomized to AMARYL 4 mg or 8 mg underwent forced-titration from an initial dose of 1 mg to these final doses, as tolerated [see Clinical Studies ]. The overall incidence of possible hypoglycemia (defined by the presence of at least one symptom that the investigator believed might be related to hypoglycemia; a concurrent glucose measurement was not required) was 4% for AMARYL 1 mg, 17% for AMARYL 4 mg, 16% for AMARYL 8 mg and 0% for placebo. All of these events were self-treated.