Qomatropin Pharmaqo Growth Hormone –
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Qomatropin HGH 100iu … Qomatropin 10 x 10iu (3.3mg / vial). Human growth hormone
Classification: Precursor GH / IGF-1 (injection)
Active substance: HGH
Dosage: 2 – 6 I.U / day
Growth hormone, also called somatotropin, is a pituitary gland hormone whose secretion is controlled by hypothalamic neurohormones – somatostatin (inhibits) and somatoliberin (releases). The level of its secretion in the body reaches the highest values during puberty, when it causes tissue growth, protein deposition and the breakdown of subcutaneous fat. Later, the GH level decreases, but remains present. The body’s somatotropin is a 191 amino acid sequence. This hormone has been isolated by scientists for therapeutic purposes, mainly for the treatment of hypopituitarism. It turns out to be an effective remedy for dwarfism if therapy begins already during puberty.
The first preparations containing HGH appeared on the pharmaceutical market in the 1980s. Their content was biologically natural somatotropin, taken from the pituitary gland of the dead. However, this method of obtaining somatotropin did not last long. This procedure was quickly stopped due to the frequent cases of severe brain diseases caused precisely by the administration of somatotropin from the corpse. Today, virtually all available HGH are synthetically derived forms through genetic engineering. Currently, 2 preparations containing HGH are produced in the USA. The first is Humatrope from Eli Lilly Labs, containing the correct structure of 191 amino acids and Protropin from Genentech with 192 amino acids. An additional amino acid may increase your body’s risk of developing an antibody response to somatropin. The 191 amino acid configuration is considered more reliable, although the difference is very small.
Most synthetic somatotropins available in other parts of the world contain a 191 amino acid structure.
The increase in popularity of growth hormone among competitors in recent years is caused by a number of very positive effects of its use. Somatotropin stimulates the growth of most body tissues, mainly by increasing the number of cells, not their size. This applies to, among others skeletal muscle tissue without affecting the eyeballs, brain or other organs. Amino acid transport is also increased, as is protein synthesis. These effects are the result of the action of IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor), a highly anabolic hormone produced in the liver and other tissues, as a reaction to somatotropin (peak IGF-1 can be seen about 20 hours after HGH administration). GH alone stimulates the hydrolysis of triglycerides in adipose tissue, resulting in visible loss of adipose tissue during therapy. Somatotropin also increases the metabolism of glucose in the liver and blocks the action of insulin on target tissues. Therefore, when using HGH, fatty acids become the main source of energy for the body, hence the loss of subcutaneous fat.
The intensification of growth processes also applies to connective tissues, cartilage and tendons. The effect effectively reduces the risk of injury as a result of strength training, while increasing its performance. The use of HGH turns out to be very convenient especially for competitors starting because it is not detectable in urine tests. Although HGH has been banned for a long time, there are still no effective methods for detecting it. This makes it extremely popular among bodybuilders, weightlifters and athletes. Recently, anti-doping agency members have heard of the invention of an effective method for detecting exogenous HGH, which is expected to be put into use soon. However, before this happens, the popularity of HGH will not decrease.
The degree of effectiveness of using HGH has become the subject of many disputes among competitors. Some people consider it the “Holy Grail” of anabolics, offering great results – incredible increases in muscle mass combined with rapid loss of body fat, resulting in today’s profiles of the best bodybuilders in the world. Others, in turn, claim that this remedy is a waste of money, anabolic ineffective, poorly coping with body fat. Huge costs of treatment combined with its low efficiency do not encourage you to buy it. Only wealthy players can afford somatropin therapy, which is why it is not widely used. Hence the aura of mystery that surrounds issues related to HGH therapy – many authors, who wrote in great numbers about it, have never taken somatotropin personally. So which of these versions to believe if we have so many conflicting opinions?
First of all, one would have to understand why the players using it get such different results. Consider the price of HGH as one of the most important factors. The extremely complicated production process of synthetic somatropin makes it extremely expensive. Even a moderate cycle of applications