Tadalafil Privateraws Raw Steroid Powder

Tadalafil ( Cialis )

  • CAS Registry Number:171596-29-5
  • Assay: 99%
  • Chemical Formula: C22H19N3O4
  • Molecular Weight: 389.341
  • Grade: Pharmaceutical Grade
  • Storage: Shading, confined preservation
  • Appearance: White Crystalline Powder
  • Usage: Tadalafil improves erectile function significantly, possibly increase testosterone through increased sexual activity, and is very safe.Like its predecessor Viagra, Cialis is used to treat erectile dysfunction in men. One of the more embarrassing side effects of post-cycle-therapy is the decreased libido caused by the sudden absence of exaggerated testosterone levels in the body, often leading to ED. If you cann’t get it up after your cycle, get the pill.
  • Other drugs in same class: Anastrozole,Letrozole,Tamoxifen citrate,Exemestane

 

Product Description:

 

Product name Tadalafil
Other name cialis
CAS register number 171596-29-5
EINECS
Molecular formula C22H19N3O4
Molecular weight 389.341
Molecular structure Raw Steroid Powders Cialis Sex Drug Tadalafil Cas No 171596-29-5 For Men Sexual Function
Assay 99%
Appearance White Crystalline Powder
Package 1kg/aluminium foil bag or as required
Usage can be used as pharmaceutical material

 

 

USAGE OF tadalafil powder:

 

Like its predecessor Viagra, Cialis is used to treat erectile dysfunction in men. One of the more embarrassing side effects of post-cycle-therapy is the decreased libido caused by the sudden absence of exaggerated testosterone levels in the body, often leading to ED.

tadalafil powder is used to treat male sexual function problems (impotence or erectile dysfunction) by blocking a certain enzyme (phosphodiesterase-PDE5) in the body. In combination with sexual stimulation, tadalafil powder helps blood flow into the penis to achieve and maintain an erection.

tadalafil powder is also used in both men and women to treat the symptoms of pulmonary arterial hypertension. This is high blood pressure that occurs in the main artery that carries blood from the right side of the heart (the ventricle) to the lungs. When the smaller blood vessels in the lungs become more resistant to blood flow, the right ventricle must work harder to pump enough blood through the lungs.

 

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