I have been looking at peptides for about 3 months now. They sound pretty miraculous, why isn’t everyone on the bandwagon? Is it a “too good to be true” thing?
The only reason I havent jumped on yet is that it seems like there aren’t a whole lot of you here that talk much about them. Is it skepticism? Cost?[/quote]
I have a feeling that its much like with GH…where yea it does produce results, but slow and steady. Also, it takes months to notice benefits.[/quote]
Based on prices from my favorite Research Chem site, if I wanted to run the popular CJC-1295 and GHRP-6 both at 100mcg/dose, dosed 3xd, it would come at a cost of $460+ per month… Maybe when I’m an old broken-bodied millionaire
Don’t know where you shop lol…but I’m glad I don’t frequent that particular site.
For the cycle I have mentioned…300mcg ghrp 6/day and 150 mcg cjc/day…one month is around $65.00.
If I could find it at that price I’d order today! I think my math is right…
CJC - $49.95 2mg
GHRP 6 - $59.95 5mg
300mcg each a day for 30 days, I’ll need 9mg of each. Well that’s $370. I dont remember where I got that extra $90 from, but I wrote it in my notebook for a reason. But, add in shipping, pins, water, etc., and it’s probably pretty close to that $460.
I don’t exactly know where the boundary is as far as you giving me a little direction in my internet hunt for a cheaper research chem site, but any help would be greatly appreciated.
Place I go to cjc is bogo as well as ghrp 6. I also had a 25% off coupon!
It’s initials are P.P.[/quote]
ironmanzvw PMed ya about this.[/quote]
I don’t think PMs work man.[/quote]
I really like what I hear about CJC-1295 regarding sleep. As I got older my quality of sleep has diminished. I have started some Prami about 2 weeks ago and although it knocks me out, I do not stay asleep.
I am new the gear game and never used anything that had to be reconstituted. For some reason scares the heck out of me. Then I looked up your source, P.P. I don’t have all the details but the original owner died at a very young age while waiting for a kidney transplant. The reviews on the company are scary too.