Global Anabolic Glotropin HGH 8 IU
Size10 vials + 10ml bacteriostatic water
Somatotropin is a polypeptide hormone produced by the largest gland in our body, namely the pituitary gland in its anterior lobe. The hormone contains 191 amino acid residues. Growth hormone is mainly responsible for the growth of our body, with the largest amount of this hormone produced at night. This is why babies and young children need a lot of sleep to grow. Once released into the bloodstream, growth hormone travels to the liver, where it is converted into insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1).
For a long time, it was believed that the only place where growth hormone stimulates the formation of IGF-1 is in the liver. At the moment, it is already known that muscle cells also have growth hormone receptors and are capable of producing IGF-1. A prerequisite for this is the intake of sufficient amounts of testosterone, insulin and thyroid hormones into the muscle cells (as well as into the liver cells). It is also noteworthy that IGF-1 in muscle cells affects not only the growth and division of the cell in which the receptor is located, but also the neighboring cells.
IGF-1 is responsible for the activity of growth hormone in our body, and the growth of the body is not always uniform, but spasmodic. The first spurt of growth occurs early in our lives and lasts up to about two years. The second leap occurs in preschool years, and the third in adolescence. And even when the production of growth hormone slows down, it continues to affect the physical and mental state of our body. The slowdown in growth hormone production begins at age 20, and, according to scientists, its level decreases by 15 percent every ten years. Unsurprisingly, only 25 percent of growth hormone is produced in most people over the age of sixty.
Usage in sport
For athletes, the ability of growth hormone to gain muscle mass and promote fat burning is of interest. The world of bodybuilding, for example, became acquainted with growth hormone in the early 80s of the last century, and its appearance significantly influenced the successful development of this sport. The athletes of those times were very different from those who built their bodies back in the 70s, before the advent of growth hormone.
HGH is one of the most powerful anabolic and lipolytic hormones for bodybuilders, and the effect of growth hormone depends not only on your genetic makeup, but also on your diet.
Growth hormone has long been used in bodybuilding, as its effects on the body are relatively safe. In addition, growth hormone makes it possible to solve two important tasks: build lean muscle mass and get rid of excess fat. Growth hormone has other beneficial properties as well. Accelerates wound healing, strengthens bones, cartilage and ligaments, has a rejuvenating effect.
In the course of the research, a beneficial effect on the immune system, partial restoration of the functions of organs that partially atrophy with age, saturation of blood with glucose and, as a consequence, an improvement in strength and performance, were noted. Younger athletes may develop long bones, so they can grow up a little to 26 years.
HGH allows you to create a beautiful muscle structure, which is why growth hormone is popular with bodybuilders. But in powerlifting it is used less often: recent studies have shown that strength indicators increase slightly.
How to use?
There are two ways to administer this drug. It can be administered intramuscularly or subcutaneously. Growth hormone dosage depends on what the person is looking for. In the off-season, a dosage of 6-8 IU per day for a male athlete will provide tremendous benefits and a high rate of recovery with muscle mass, given that you are on an adequate diet. A lower dose of 2-4 IU per day during your drying cycle will speed up your metabolism, allowing you to burn more fat, especially when combined with another anabolic steroid.
For female athletes, a low dose in the range of 1–2 IU per day will be beneficial and will provide noticeable changes.
It doesn't matter what dosage you are taking; high or low. The use of Glotropin HGH should not exceed 12 weeks. A period of 8 to 10 weeks is the standard for its use.
Side effects of applying
As friendly as Glotropin may sound, misuse or overdose of this drug can be harmful. It has side effects, some of them mild and some quite serious. Here are some of them and how to manage them, if possible:
- Headache, nausea, muscle pain may occur.
- Water retention. This can lead to a syndrome called carpal tunnel syndrome, where pressure is applied to the median nerve causing numbness or pain in the arm, forearm, or wrist.
- Hypothyroidism Adding synthetic T3 like Cytomel will help solve this problem.
- Enlargement of feet and hands, jaw, internal organs with prolonged use.
- Irritation at the injection site is possible.
Before ordering and starting to use growth hormone, you MUST consult with your doctor. We also ask you to be aware that this drug may cause some side effects, some of which can be life-threatening. If you notice any troubling symptoms, you should see your doctor. In some cases, it is necessary to stop taking the drug for a while. You should also tell your doctor if you are taking these medications with other medications. This will help the doctor prescribe the correct treatment and help avoid unpleasant side effects.