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HGH , Amino and Tesamorelin


#1

A good read about HGH and derivatives

http://www.futurescience.com/hgh.html

The article above should give the reader a good insight of how, where and what to expect of HGH, also there is very interesting feedback on studies done in over 40,000 patients with HGH replacement therapy with no negative feedback (Pfizer) and cost per UI in the US

Some Quotes:
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For most people, the doses of amino acids mentioned above (2 grams of L-glutamine and 10-30 grams of L-arginine) are about right for maintaining youthful levels of HGH beginning at about age 30, and continuing into the early 40's, and sometimes (but very rarely) beyond 50. In order to maintain its effectiveness, these amino acids should be used for about 6 weeks, then stopped for 2 or 3 weeks. The same 6-week ON, 2 or 3 weeks OFF cycle can be continued indefinitely. This cycling helps to maintain the effectiveness of the HGH release.
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The one way to enhance your HGH levels regardless of age, or other factors, is to use injectable HGH. For most people past the age of 40 years or so, (until tesamorelin becomes available) this is the only HGH option that will really work well. The use of injectable HGH has been a subject shrouded in mystery for most people. The rest of this chapter will describe some of the details about what using injectable HGH is really like
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This plus a good read of:
The HGH Protocol post by BBB
http://tnation.tmuscle.com/free_online_forum/sports_training_performance_bodybuilding_gear/the_hgh_experiement
and
The HGH Experiment by Cortez,
http://tnation.tmuscle.com/free_online_forum/sports_training_performance_bodybuilding_gear/the_hgh_experiement

Should give the reader enough information about hgh and its uses


#2

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#3

Very good read,thanks much.


#4

[quote]bushidobadboy wrote:
Thanks Mr NO. Strange that there is no mention (in the quotes you provided) about GHRP (any of the varients).

BBB[/quote]

Im by no means an expert on this matter; I was expecting somthing like this from you.
Thank you for your usual sharp comments; always learning and adding to my limited knowlege.

Now

GHRP Quote ,

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The only naturally-occuring growth hormone releasing peptide appears to be ghrelin. Ghrelin is a hormone with many other effects, including being a powerful appetite stimulant. When given to laboratory animals, the animals eat huge amounts of food. The weight gain induced by overeating completely overwhelms the fat burning caused by the growth hormone release, and the animals become obese. Pharmaceutical companies have produced synthetic Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides, such as GHRP-6 and GHRP-2, which stimulate HGH in humans, but do not increase appetite significantly. These substances are not on the market yet, and probably won’t be for many years, if ever.
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Brook, and his post about IGF and GHRP Run …

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#5

Both GHRP 2 and 6 are available as research peptides - and both increase appetite significantly.


#6

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#7

[quote]bushidobadboy wrote:

Just goes to show that science and real life have a tenuous relationship sometimes :wink:

BBB[/quote]

I certainly agree, this CAN be the case sometimes. But this, is not one of those times. The person that was “quoted” is just wrong. GHRP-6 has been shown to be an agonist for the motilin receptor.