The cycle you have laid out is fine the way it is, I think. No need to further complicate it. I would think you would want to be very careful with all that extra strength, given the tendon issues you mentioned. AAS is not going to help them and, while the peptides probably will, you still need to approach this realistically. Be safe first, otherwise you'll end up worse off than you are now.
I definitely get this feeling from G6 and G2 both. Much moreso from G6. I do NOT get it from GH, even with an 8iu all at once IV injection. With the G2/G6, I just ride it out for thirty minutes and then have my protein carb meal at that time. You should try your best to inject your peptides on an empty stomach or have only protein in your stomach.
Caveat emptor, with the peptides I am only speaking from personal experience and some very superficial knowledge, so this is not really to be taken as gospel. Do a little more research of your own or listen to a few of the other guys here before just taking my advice about the peptides. I will say though, that what I suggest here has certainly seemed to work for me.