Well - i guess it depends.
Have you used either before?
How do you intend to use the GH?
I have used GHRP6 before, I like it, but I never noticed drastic change.
I was thinking 2.5iu, IM, in the morning along with a mega dose of cartilage growth supporting supps.
GH will give better results, BUT G6 will work to some extent. If a very bad and potentially long rehab injury, go with the GH IMO.
It certainly isn’t a complete tear or anything, but it is quite painful and almost impossible to hold a pan or open a door.
I have not used GH (for that or any purpose) but have used G6 for that purpose, which did seem to expedite the recovery - which was not severe anyway.
Knowing GH is just so much more effective at raising GH levels, that is the basis for my opinion…
Okay, so it sounds like you’re leaning towards the GH being better more worthwhile as well. Thats what my thought was, I just was hoping I was wrong lol.
Thanks for the reponse, JJ.
There’s a reason GH is so much more expensive than the other peptides (particularly GHRP-6).
One thing I can tell you from personal experience is that you will not not notice a drastic change. Well, I don’t know if “drastic” will be the operative word at 2.5iu/d, but I do certainly think it will go a long way toward helping you to recover more quickly (possibly much more quickly) than you otherwise would have. [/quote]
Hi Cortes, thanks for your response.
I know you ran the GH protocol, did that help your joints at all? Do you think that protocol would be worth running for an injury, or is 2-3iu/day my best bet?