The Work around is GHRH + GHRP. If GHRH help stimulate growth hormone and GHRP can stimulate twice as much, once you combine the two you are going to increase the amount of growth hormone that can be secreted by 12 times. GHRH will increase the amount of growth hormone that is secreted at the natural times when your body is ready to release the GH. GHRP will selectively send a pulse forcing GH to be secreted. Taking the two together, the GHRP will force a pulse and the GHRH will increase the power of that pulse. Basically, the power of that pulse will be greater, and with more frequency, when using GHRP and GHRH together. This combination gives the option for users to mix and match; thereby, finding which peptides work best for them.

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Administration of peptides is normally subcutaneous or intramuscular. Peptides come as a fine white and delicate powder that must be reconstituted with bacteriostatic water or medical grade saline. An insulin syringe should always be used to administer the dose. When targeting muscles, look for a place where the layer of skin and fat are lean. Mixing two peptides in the same syringe is totally fine but I personally would advise not drawing/mixing doses and storing pins for future use.

One common concern when it comes to GHRP-6 doses (or the doses of any Ghrelin mimetic/GHRP) is the fact that it has been found to exhibit the ability to induce secretion of Cortisol and Prolactin. While many studies have indeed demonstrated this[5], they have also demonstrated that the Prolactin and Cortisol increases in most test subjects were not altered at all at GHRP-6 doses of 100mcg or less[6] [7]. GHRP-6 doses that are increased above 100mcg will exhibit increased Cortisol and Prolactin secretion, but minimally. As the dose is further increased, it stands to reason that the Cortisol and Prolactin secretions will increase as well.
Steve Coggan, Chatswood, Sydney, “I am 48 and been weightlifting for 20 years. I have used CJC 1295 and Ipamorelin on their own and together, and have to say that when combining them they work better and faster. I have been using them for the past year, with 2 rest times. The combination of CJC 1295 Ipamorelin, is proving fantastic all round. Not only am I increasing muscle, my weight is down, but my skin is looking great. Some of the bags under my eyes have more or less gone. My missus thinks I look 10 years younger! Also, it has helped in the recovery of an injury to my knee after a fall. I have to say it isn’t cheap, but the results are worth it. CJC 1295 Ipamorelin side effects were few, just some headaches at first. You need to use it with a good diet and fitness regime for best results. I will definitely be continuing with it!”
IGF-1 also increases the activity of muscle protein synthesis and the activity of muscle stem cells (also called satellite cells) for repair of damaged muscle. This is probably why intense weight training is one primary stimulus for a natural release of IGF-1 in muscle. As a matter of fact, exercise researchers have found that systemic IGF-1 normally produced in the liver isn’t even required for this type of muscle repair, as other IGF-1 forms produced by your own muscles during and post-exercise allows for adequate muscle tissue repair.

GH secretagogues differ from exogenous rHGH in their effects primarily because endogenous GH contains all five isoforms of growth hormone, whereas exogenous GH contains only the 20 kilodalton isoform. Different isoforms affect tissues in discreet ways that the 20 kDa isoform cannot. Administration of GH secretagogues causes a pulse-release of GH from the pituitary which is cleared from the body within a few hours. This does not significantly raise plasma insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1) levels.[citation needed]
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