Accordingly to various studies, the medication is symptomatic, and stimulates various receptors. This medication acts directly to the varicose thickening efferent fibers, affects releasing of the noradrenalin into the synaptic cleft. Additionally, this drug slightly affects adrenoreceptors. Ephedrine has a vasoconstrictive, bronchodilating as well as psychostimulating effect. Improves OPSS (general peripheral vascular resistance) and systemic tension of the blood, increases minute volume of blood circulation, increases frequency of the heartbeats, affects AV conduction, increases tone of the body muscles, and the glucose level in the blood. Suspends peristalsis based on intestine, dilates pupils (thus, without affecting accommodation as well as intraocular pressure). Has a stimulating effect on your central nervous system, in its psycho-stimulating effect resembles phenamine. Ephedrine reduces an activity of the monoamine oxidase as well as catecholamine-O-methyltransferase. It stimulates alpha-adrenergic receptors of the blood vessels that fulfil skin, narrowing dilated vessels as well as reducing permeability, leads to the reduction in swelling in hives. Additionally, Ephedrine is affecting both alpha and beta-adrenoreceptors (as stimulation).
Also, medical advice should be sought if the person has previously suffered heart attack, has a disease of the blood vessels or the heart, has high cholesterol levels in the blood, has clotting or excess bleeding problems, or has diabetes, kidney, or liver diseases. If the person has one or more of these problems, then an alteration of the dosage may be required. Medicines that can react with Winstrol are blood thinners or anticoagulants, diabetes medication, and insulin. Care should be taken while administering Winstrol with any of these medicines.