Gerotrop 1 x 10 IU 3.33mg
Gerotrop's active substance is Somatropin, also known as Human Growth Hormone (HGH). HGH is a natural protein hormone produced by the anterior pituitary glanda in our body.
HGH has a very significant role in the human body as it has an impact over our bones, skeletal muscle and internal organs, as well as has other important functions throughout the body. It can also stimulate the growth of connective tissue and promotes body fat reduction. This hormone has been shown to reduce total cholesterol levels pretty much. For an anabolic steroid user, this trait can be really useful as many steroids tend to support improper cholesterol levels.
In a therapeutic setting, Somatropin is usually used to treat pituitary dwarfism in children or to combat an HGH deficiency in adults. It is also used in treatment of HIV or AIDS, and it has shown to be effective in muscle wasting conditions. It has has also been efficient when treating burn victims, short bowel syndrome and Prader-Willi syndrome, but very many use it is as an anti-aging medication.
If used in performance purposes, HGH it is tremendously anabolic. When used by itself at moderate doses it is not well-known for promoting real muscle growth. If the purpose is bulking, the user should stack HGH with anabolic steroids, those are cooperating in perfect harmony with one another.If used alone, Somatropin will enhance recovery rate better than most any exogenous hormone, as well as carry a visible positive effect on the metabolism and healing properties.
The most common effects of this hormone in both men and women are: reduced adipose tissue, improved metabolism, lean physique, strengthened bones, tendons and joints, muscle mass growth, energy boost, better physical recovery, healthier skin, improved sense of wellbeing, enhanced ability to maintain proper cholesterol levels.
This hormone’s side effects include: water retention (specifically around the ankles and wrist), joint pain and headaches, irritated injected area, flu like symptoms, carpal tunnel syndrome (due to water retention), hypothyroidism (especially with performance level doses), nausea, dizziness, respiratory infection and numbness of the skin. Most of these side effects of HGH are the least likely with moderate edema, slight joint pain and headaches being the most common. It can also provide short-term type-2 diabetes due to the hormone’s ability to increase blood sugar and reduce insulin sensitivity (at high doses).
If used in a therapeutic setting, males will have doses that range 1-3IU per day, with doses between 4-10 IU per day for performance enhance. If used by females in a therapeutic settings, the dose is 1-2IU per day, while if used in long term anti-aging plans the dose can be less than 1 iu per day and for performance enhancing -1-4IU per day.
8-12 weeks of use is ok, while 16 weeks will be more effective. For true anabolic growth - HGH therapy is needed at a decent dose for a minimum of six months. In a therapeutic setting, specifically anti-aging, total use will be indefinite. Most plans will call for continuous therapy or at least therapy that last the majority of the year.