[QUOTE=Patrick Arnold;3320215]research has shown that these can increase overall gh output and igf-1 levels. a ghrp like ghrp-6 stacked with a ghrh analog like cjc-1295 has the potential to give GH like effects i suppose. we need some folks to do some actual controlled blood tests. I think tracking igf-1 levels should be sufficient.
privatemdlabs.com offers a igf-1 blood test for 65 bucks
Insulin-Like Growth Factor I (IGF-I)
IGF-1, also known as somatomedin-C, is a polypeptide hormone produced by the liver and other tissues in response to growth hormone release by the pituitary gland. IGF-1 effects growth promoting activity and glucose metabolism (insulin-like activity) in most human tissues. It is carried in blood bound to a carrier protein which prolongs its half-life; therefore making serum levels more constant than growth hormone while correlating with "average" circulating levels of growth hormone. In short, IGF-1 is a surrogate marker of growth hormone levels and activity.
A significant deviation from the normal range may require further evaluation by your physician.
[B]Includes: Insulin-Like Growth Factor I (IGF-I).
This Igf mentioned above is not the Long R3 though right? it is just say IGF-1 IGF-2, is this correct?