IGF-2 vs. injectable lr3-IGF-1

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    IGF-2 vs. injectable lr3-IGF-1


    Just seeing if anyone has any experience with both and how they compare? thanks

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    there is no vs

    u cant compare these type of products to injectable hormones in the body
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    Correct.... the names make it a bit misleading.

    IGF-2 is strictly herbal. However, it is the shiznit. Loves me some IGF-2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanbane View Post
    Correct.... the names make it a bit misleading.

    IGF-2 is strictly herbal. However, it is the shiznit. Loves me some IGF-2.
    IGF-2 (the supplement)- quality lean mass gains, better sleep, good for pct, higher gh and test levels

    IGF-1 (injectible)- quality lean mass gains, good pct, higher IGF-1 levels, lethargy and inconsistent blood sugar levels

    Not a big fan of IGF-1 personally- even 40 mcgs a day made me feel WEIRD- I have never been able to do it for more than a full week before I can no longer tolerate the lethargy
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    Ok, just making sure. I had a feeling that was the deal.

    Thanks guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idunk42 View Post
    Ok, just making sure. I had a feeling that was the deal.

    Thanks guys.
    Drugs are drugs- supplements are supplements- I am trying to make supplements with "drug-like" effects, with little or no sides, while only using herbal/amino acid derivative-type products and formulations

    Is it possible? I guess our products will have to make that decision for everyone

    Blurring the distinction between the two is my ultimate goal from a results standpoint, but not from a "harmful predicate" standpoint
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    Ok cool.

    Yeah i definitely think that your product has some great potential, but as you said, its just a matter of getting people to make the distinction between the 2 and learn that they are completely different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rms80 View Post
    Drugs are drugs- supplements are supplements- I am trying to make supplements with "drug-like" effects, with little or no sides, while only using herbal/amino acid derivative-type products and formulations Is it possible? I guess our products will have to make that decision for everyone

    Blurring the distinction between the two is my ultimate goal from a results standpoint, but not from a "harmful predicate" standpoint
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    Quote Originally Posted by buffhunk29 View Post
    THAT HE DOES VERY VERY WELL!!!!!!
    Thank you sir!!
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    I look forward to a day when AAS are obsolete and one can use healthier herbals. Many will scofff at that remark but with all of these improved extraction techniques I think it will be possible...at least for those of us who have moderate lbm goals in mind. If you want to be a 300+lb freak then you will likely have to be a slave to the roid.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buffhunk29 View Post
    THAT HE DOES VERY VERY WELL!!!!!!
    yes I am starting to think this myself!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfearl1 View Post
    yes I am starting to think this myself!!!
    HAHA ITS NO JOKE!!! D doesnt Procrastinate he INNOVATES!!!! He is possible the hardest working man i have ever meet and deff the most Inventive Ingenious guy i have had the pleasure of working/hanging out with!
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    Quote Originally Posted by buffhunk29 View Post
    HAHA ITS NO JOKE!!! D doesnt Procrastinate he INNOVATES!!!! He is possible the hardest working man i have ever meet and deff the most Inventive Ingenious guy i have had the pleasure of working/hanging out with!
    You guys make it all possible!!! Special thanks to all the testers (especially Bio) on this newest one- I am extremely impressed with the results on the new anabolic!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by buffhunk29 View Post
    HAHA ITS NO JOKE!!! D doesnt Procrastinate he INNOVATES!!!! He is possible the hardest working man i have ever meet and deff the most Inventive Ingenious guy i have had the pleasure of working/hanging out with!
    Thanks a bunch Heath!! You're not so bad yourself!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by buffhunk29 View Post
    THAT HE DOES VERY VERY WELL!!!!!!
    Fo sho
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivan Valdez View Post
    IGF injectible, from a reliable source, is a peptide that promotes LBM gains. Supplements, well, you decide after reading the label and realizing its mostly Guarana and caffiene to give you a jolt and nothing else- almost all "supplements" are a waste of time and money. AAS and Peptides are real.
    igf-2 is not caffeine. It is a gh secretion/test boosting supplement. Everyone knows how well AAS work and no one is challenging that, so i'm not sure why you are posting this completely irrelevant post here.
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