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+ 4 Let’s try this paratropin out...

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I’ve been hearing great things about this HGH and the guys at teamroids have 30% off everything so I thought I’d try a couple of packs . Actually arrived two weeks ago but I had some other lab to finish off. If it’s as good as I’ve heard I’ll be getting plenty more. I’m going to write a review in a couple of weeks once I’ve gauged it.

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Dustined83's picture

The paratropin was good for me. Used a kit a few months ago in the middle of another kit of great generics and never skipped a beat.
I don't think I've experienced any strength changes but I can say using it during pct helps... just my .02--

press1's picture

Does anybody ever notice a change in their lifting when using HGH? Its one thing you never see people mention - because in theory if its Human Growth Hormone surely you must get stronger on it?

Bigjfmb's picture

I was wondering the same thing. Personally, I do notice a strength increase. Obviously it could be down to the other compounds used at the time, but I find my strength increases faster when using HGH in conjunction with these compounds as opposed to just running them alone. Normally around week 3-4 my strength seems to jump up. I’d love to know if anyone else experiences similar results.

press1's picture

I've run HGH before but it was when I was recovering from a pec tear so I just couldn't gauge the true effectiveness of it in this area. I did notice my rotator cuff tear seems less sore the day after I would pin it though.

Bigjfmb's picture

I do find that when I run HGH even at just 4iu I can push calories so much more without the worry of gaining body fat. I’m comfortably sitting around 5200 at the moment. This might be the reason for the strength gains and increase in energy. Combined with the healing properties you mentioned (and I definitely notice) all the variables are in place for improvements in training.

Shred777's picture

I did notice increased healing time running HGH after a hand injury years ago. I had surgery and physical therapy. Started HGH once my hand was no longer immobilized. My physical therapist said I healed faster than anyone he had seen before. I also regained a full 100% range of motion which was not expected, 80% to 90% is the usual for such extensor tendon injuries.

press1's picture

One of its main benefits always seems to be that it heals tendons and ligaments well - more of a preventative measure as you get older.

Shred777's picture

I was given the HGH just for a faster recovery. Wasn't legal, nobody prescribed it, I got it from a friend. My injury was 2 extensor tendons severed at the MCP joint. They had to be surgically reattached with internal stitches that I believe are rubberized and still in my hand. It is a difficult area for surgeons to work on, and scar tissue sets in fast and limits mobility which is why physical therapy is so important after surgery. It's common for the scar tissue to become such an issue that a second surgical procedure called tenolysis to be done to free up the tendon(s) from the scar tissue. In physical therapy I was basically tortured lol, seriously tho, I put my hand out there and the guy worked it over like he was trying to find out where I stash my cash. You could hear the scar tissue crack, pop, and tear free. It hurt! But I really did make a 100% recovery and did so faster than they had ever seen before. HGH really is amazing and imo it's not being medically utilized often enough.

irishjuice_88's picture

Nice

Shred777's picture

I have been running 2iu a day mon-fri for a couple weeks now. Nothing to report yet but I'm only running 2iu in the morning 5 days a week.

irishjuice_88's picture

Thanks! Keep us updated. Just got some too but waiting on everything to arrive before I begin.

teamroids's picture

thank you for sharing buddy enjoy!