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CJC 1295 2mg

  • CJC 1295 2MG

CJC 1295 2mg

$15.99

497 in stock

GHRH, modGRF (1-29) or commonly called CJC-1295 w/o DAC, is a potent promoter of GH secretion. The secretion is notably in a pulsation fashion. The significance of GRF pulses are studied in many people. In one study, a group of GH deficient children were given daily doses of modGRF (1-29) 1.0ug/kg-3.0ug/kg. After several months GH levels rose significantly. In fact, the increase of GH levels was almost double than that of GHRP alone. Treatment of modGRF was well tolerated by all subjects with no significant blood chemistry toxicity. Growth velocities were significant during testing. In another study, the treatment of GHRH elevated GH secretion and IGF-1, and improved body composition in a manner similar to GH in various aged women and men. modGRF (1-29) was also discovered not to desensitize the somatotroph after continuous use. modGRF (1-29) has been found to enhance cognitive abilities in elderly. The notable synergy that lies between GHRP and GHRH has resulted in many positive results to increase GH secretion.

497 in stock

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GHRH, modGRF (1-29) or commonly called CJC-1295 w/o DAC, is a potent promoter of GH secretion. The secretion is notably in a pulsation fashion. The significance of GRF pulses are studied in many people. In one study, a group of GH deficient children were given daily doses of modGRF (1-29) 1.0ug/kg-3.0ug/kg. After several months GH levels rose significantly. In fact, the increase of GH levels was almost double than that of GHRP alone. Treatment of modGRF was well tolerated by all subjects with no significant blood chemistry toxicity. Growth velocities were significant during testing. In another study, the treatment of GHRH elevated GH secretion and IGF-1, and improved body composition in a manner similar to GH in various aged women and men. modGRF (1-29) was also discovered not to desensitize the somatotroph after continuous use. modGRF (1-29) has been found to enhance cognitive abilities in elderly. The notable synergy that lies between GHRP and GHRH has resulted in many positive results to increase GH secretion.