Zaditen is an oral compound containing Ketotifen and is used in medicine to relieve and prevent eye itchiness and irritation associated with most seasonal allergies. Among bodybuilders and athletes Zaditen is very popular for its ability to inhibit the down regulation of beta receptors caused by drugs like Clenbuterol and other similar acting products. When used in anabolic cycles it allows athletes and bodybuilders to use Clenbuterol for cycles of ten weeks or sometimes even longer. Also due to the fact that Zaditen cleans the beta-2-androgenic receptors it is thought to increases the effects of several anabolics.
A normal dosage for Zaditen is usually 2-3 mg per day (two to three 1 mg tablets) to prevent the usual down regulation that is often provoked by the use of clenbuterol or other typical compounds. The main goal of this compound is the assistance to drugs used in the fat burning process.
The side effects that may occur after the use of Zaditen are: appetite stimulation, weight gain, drowsiness, headache, joint pain, muscle aches and pains, nausea, runny nose, shivering, sore throat, sweating, trouble sleeping, unusual tiredness or weakness and vomiting.