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|Product Name:||Hgh Growth Hormone||Specification:||2iu,4iu,8iu,10iu,100iu|
|Other Name:||Hgh 191aa||Application:||Bodybuilding|
|Assay:||99%||Test Mothod:||HPLC 99%|
|Appearance::||White Fine Powder||Brand Name:||ChenFeng|
191aa HGH Growth Hormone,
12629-01-5 HGH Growth Hormone,
HGH 191aa Human Growth Hormone
Factory price Hgh growth hormone hgh 191aa for Human Muscle Building Cas 12629-01-5
What is Hgh growth hormone ?
Growth hormone, also known as human growth hormone (hGH), is a peptide hormone that is banned in sports and is usually used for the treatment of dwarfism. It has anabolic effects, can increase muscle mass, promote bone growth in childhood and adolescence, and strengthen tendons and enlarge internal organs. The illegal use of growth hormone by athletes is mainly to strengthen muscles and increase strength in order to gain competitive advantage.
Pharmacokinetics According to literature reports, subcutaneous or intramuscular injection has the same effect of administration. Subcutaneous injection usually brings higher serum GH concentration than intramuscular injection, but the concentration of IGF-1 produced is the same. . The absorption of GH is usually slow. The plasma GH concentration usually reaches a peak 3-5 hours after administration, and the elimination half-life is generally 2-3 hours. GH is cleared by the liver and kidneys, and adults are faster than children. Metabolized GH is extremely small.
|Product Name:||Hgh growth hormone (hgh 191aa)|
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How does hgh work ?
HGH secretion in the pituitary gland is primarily stimulated and regulated by the hormones Ghrelin, growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH} – somatocrinin, and growth hormone inhibiting hormone (GHIH) – somatostatin.
The main target organ of growth hormone is the liver and basically the most important function of HGH is stimulation through the JAK-STAT signaling pathway of IGF-1 production (insulin growth factor 1) in the liver. Endogenous protein hormone IGF-1, produced in the liver as an endocrine hormone and also directly in target tissues paracrine / autocrine hormone, is responsible for the overall anabolic processes in the body, cell growth, proliferation and regeneration, promotes growth effects on almost all cells in the body, especially skeletal muscle, cartilage, bone, liver, kidney, nerves, skin, hematopoietic and lung cells. IGF-I may also regulate cellular DNA synthesis; and in the brain, IGF-1 functions as a neurotrophic factor that, like BDNF, plays an important role in the cognition, neurogenesis, and survival of neurons.
Hgh growth hormone Dosage:
The first month use 2 IU for injection every other day
2nd – 4th month of use 3 IU for injection for 5 days a week
5th – 6th month of using 4 IU for injection for 5 days a week
Effects and benefits of growth hormone
Most of the effects generally attributed to HGH are in fact due to IGF-1, whose production in the liver is stimulated by HGH:
Growth hormone stimulates the growth of all internal organs except the brain
Growth hormone increases protein synthesis
Growth hormone supports the growth (hyperplasia) and regeneration of muscle tissue
Growth hormone promotes lipolysis, increases fat utilization by stimulating the degradation and oxidation of triglycerides in adipocytes
Growth hormone promotes whole body regeneration, wound healing and tissue regeneration
Growth hormone increases calcium retention and bone mineralization
Growth hormone plays an important role in homeostasis
Growth hormone supports the immune system
Growth hormone promotes gluconeogenesis in the liver
Growth hormone increases the deodination of T4 to T3
Growth hormone promotes emotional well-being and maintains high energy levels
Growth hormone improves brain function (including learning and memory)
Growth hormone can reduce the risk of heart and cardiovascular disease
GROWTH HORMONE POSSIBLE SIDE EFFECTS
Joint and muscle pain
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Increased possible risk of diabetes
The use of rHGH can suppress the inherent production of endogenous hGH in the pituitary gland
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