HgH Somatropin (Human Growth Hormone)
Maker: Hilma Biocare
For me: Recombinant HgH (rDNA origin)
Drug class: Polypeptidehormone
Common names: Genotropin, Humatrope, Norditropin, Jintropin, Somatropin, Somatotropin, Nutropin.
Information: Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is not only one of the most beneficial hormones our bodies produce, but one of the most sought after in exogenous form. In an exogenous form, HGH is identical to the naturally produced hormone and is not only one of the most beneficial exogenous hormones, but one of the best tolerated by both men and women. Its high level of tolerance applies not only to medicinal use, but also to performance enhancement.
Generally, those in the media or in any popular culture conversation refer to human growth hormone as an anabolic steroid. However, HGH is not in the form of an anabolic steroid. Yes, it has strong anabolic properties, but being anabolic doesn't make something an anabolic steroid. Food is also highly anabolic, but no one would call ground chicken or beef an anabolic steroid.
The use of human growth hormone was successful in 1958. At that time, HGH was a pituitary extract, it was directly extracted from the pituitary gland of human cadavers. In 1985, the United States FDA banned its use.
With the FDA banning the HGH extract, soon after Somatrem was released. It was not a pure HGH match but rather a contaminant free variant of the hormone. Soon after, Kabi Vitrum from Sweden introduced the means to synthesize pure human growth hormone. It would be a pure and contaminating synthetic form of HGH known as somatropin. This process was made possible through recombinant DNA technology, and since then all synthetic HGH, regardless of brand, is officially known as Somatropin. When it comes to the effectiveness and characteristics associated with human growth hormone, synthetic or naturally occurring, there is no difference.
Androgenic index None
High anabolic index
Liver Toxicity – None
Rare Water Retention
Fat loss (uses the body's own fat as an energy source)
Strengthening joints and tendons
Improved skin appearance
Formation of new muscle cells
Increased bone mineralization
Increase calcium retention
Accelerates wound healing
Dosage range and duration of use:
Common cycle length is 3-6 months
Beginners: 4 5 IU / day
Hobby: 5 – 10 IU / day
Professional Range: 8 – 32 IU/day
Women: 1 to 6 IU per day
Half-life: approx. 2.5 hours (active life approx. 24 hours) note: active life may be modified by injection method
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Possible abnormal organ growth
After cycle therapy
There is a theory that HgH can be used as a PCT.While HGH can be helpful, you will only use it if you cycle it, HGH is something that needs to be used for long periods of time, and there is no point in adding it into a PCT plan that will only last a few weeks.
The drug can inhibit thyroid function, which can reduce the result, so it is recommended to include in the cycle thyroxine at a dose of 25 micrograms per day, throughout the cycle.
It can also raise your glucose levels. For this reason, depending on the dosage and cycle length, you may add insulin to maintain normal glucose levels.
Store cool (+2-+8°C). Protect from light. Keep out of reach of children.
To find more information, please see the instructions.
Mix/combine your steroid cycle
Oxandrolone (Anavar), Nandrolone Decanoate, Testosterone (any form), Methandienone (Dianabol), Oxymetholone (Anadrol), Boldenone undecylenate (Equipoise), Trenbolone (any form), IGF-1 LR3, MGF and etc.