Antihypertensive drugs Telmisartan CAS 144701-48-4

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Product name: TELMISARTAN
CAS: 144701-48-4
MF: C33H30N4O2
MW: 514.63
mp: 261-263°C
density 1.16
storage temp. Hygroscopic, -20°C Freezer, Under Inert Atmosphere
solubility DMSO: >5 mg/mL at 60 °C
Water Solubility insoluble
Chemical Properties White or off white crystalline powder
Usage An angiotensin II receptor antagonist
Purity: 99%
Usage: API


Medical Use:

Telmisartan is a new antihypertensive drugs, a specific angiotensin Ⅱ receptor (AT1 type) antagonist. Telmisartan alternative angiotensin Ⅱ receptor binding with high affinity AT1 receptor subtype. Telmisartan AT1 receptor sites in any part of agonist effects of telmisartan in combination with selective AT1 receptors, the binding lasting effect. Buck stability does not cause coughing.


Telmisartan COA

Telmisartan COA


When to use telmisartan

If blood pressure needs to be moderated, I’d certainly consider using telmisartan. If there is no such need, factors that could suggest its use include interest in reducing visceral fat, of improving impaired insulin sensitivity, of reducing risk of atherosclerosis, or depending on personal interest, of possibly improving brain health and function.

Reasons not to use telmisartan could include unwillingness to accept the risk of possible side effects, or unwillingness to shift the balance of fat loss towards visceral fat loss versus subcutaneous fat loss. In general, if dieting and training achieve only the same bodyfat percentage despite the positive effects of telmisartan, appearance could be smoother due to the same amount of bodyfat being present but with less of it stored as unhealthful visceral fat. On the other hand, if taking advantage of improved loss of visceral fat with telmisartan to achieve a lower bodyfat percentage, then there’s no smoothness penalty. However, when aiming for contest condition there’s a certain amount of fat that the body must retain: theoretically, reducing visceral fat in this case might force retention of a greater amount of subcutaneous fat. So I wouldn’t advise telmisartan use in the last few weeks before a bodybuilding contest.

How to use telmisartan

To reduce risk of atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, or stroke where risk is only moderate in the first place, I suggest a dose from 20 to 40 mg taken orally once per day. Dosing would be the same where the interest is slowing loss of brain function with age, or potentially improving brain function.

For possible improvement in fat loss, particularly of visceral fat, or improvement of endurance I suggest dosing of 80-160 mg/day. Starting dose, however, generally should be only 40 mg/day until tolerance is assessed.

While it’s not required and telmisartan users in general do not do so, when using this drug I suggest supplementing with oleuropein 200-400 mg/day and Vitamin D 5000 IU/day. These are to reduce or perhaps eliminate two activities of telmisartan that I would not consider desirable for physique or performance enhancement, though they add to its medical use.

Telmisartan should not be used in combination with a diuretic, and I would avoid allowing severe dehydration while using this drug.

Blood pressure should be monitored while using telmisartan. Typically, any decrease of blood pressure is simply to healthful levels or more-nearly healthful levels, and those who do not have high blood pressure see no decrease with telmisartan. Still, there can be exceptions, so this should be watched.

Lastly, I would cycle telmisartan use rather than use it continuously. There’s no proof of what cycling method might be optimal, but for example I’d suggest being “off” about as many weeks per year as “on” as a minimum. This is not because of proven problem, but simply because I expect the benefits can be fully or nearly fully realized with this amount of use, and where any of the changes to gene expression or receptor blocking might be adverse in the individual case rather than beneficial, this will then be no more than half the time.



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