pGH (specifically the GABOB) and cortisol?!

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  1. Solarus,

    For one, I dont know what you mean by my 'professional position'? I'm a law school student. I am a rep for a supplement company (that is not a sponsor here so I will leave the name out). However I certainly dont sell HGH and if you are implying that then you need to check your sources of information.

    But whatever you might think of me, I stand by my statement on hgh. Yes I understand there is water retention (which quickly goes away when a person comes off). HGH made my hands constantly numb. I'm a big boy I can handle the sides. I never said hgh is perfect. All I'm saying is that the plethora of benefits that HGH offers far outweighs igf-1, lr3 or any other singular peptide.

    Certainly I believe if someone ran a combination of igf-1 lr3, pegMGF, hexarelin, ghrp6, & 176 gh frag at high dosages for at least 4-5 months they would obtain a similar range of benefits (vascularity, fat loss, skin improvements, etc). However I am simply stating that in a 1 on 1 comparison, hgh beats out any other peptide.
    bb


  2. Quote Originally Posted by SOLARUS View Post
    no offense, but if i want an opinion about automotive engineering, i dont ask a car salesman.

    i respect your viewpoint, bb, but i take all of your comments with a grain of salt, given your professional position.

    not that many guys dont love GH...they do...but it's far from perfect. i can't do it long-term because i like to be lean and hard whenever humanly possible...plus i retain gobs of water on GH and my forearms just ache 24/7. obviously it's working, but i cant handle the sides.
    Also I dont understand why you are making this personal? I dont even know you. I was simply taking part in the hijacking of this thread (since I was discussing hgh and the original topic was pGH). Further I have lots of personal experience with peptides. Just because I haven't been on this board for years doesnt mean I havent been around the block. So can we leave the personal attacks out?

    bb
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by babyblu View Post
    Solarus,

    For one, I dont know what you mean by my 'professional position'? I'm a law school student. I am a rep for a supplement company (that is not a sponsor here so I will leave the name out). However I certainly dont sell HGH and if you are implying that then you need to check your sources of information.

    But whatever you might think of me, I stand by my statement on hgh. Yes I understand there is water retention (which quickly goes away when a person comes off). HGH made my hands constantly numb. I'm a big boy I can handle the sides. I never said hgh is perfect. All I'm saying is that the plethora of benefits that HGH offers far outweighs igf-1, lr3 or any other singular peptide.

    Certainly I believe if someone ran a combination of igf-1 lr3, pegMGF, hexarelin, ghrp6, & 176 gh frag at high dosages for at least 4-5 months they would obtain a similar range of benefits (vascularity, fat loss, skin improvements, etc). However I am simply stating that in a 1 on 1 comparison, hgh beats out any other peptide.
    bb


    and if one were to run such a combination....they might as well fork out for HGH....I mean 1 compound vs a bunch of newer compounds is safer anyway...who really knows wtf else those single peptides can do in combination or in the long run.

  4. Quote Originally Posted by pudzian2 View Post
    and if one were to run such a combination....they might as well fork out for HGH....I mean 1 compound vs a bunch of newer compounds is safer anyway...who really knows wtf else those single peptides can do in combination or in the long run.
    I agree. I do like the newer peptides and hope to see more peptides brought to market that will be more efficient, with less side effects, etc. However you have to remember is that the side effects and long-term effects of HGH are well-documented because tons of research studies have been conducted on it. Not so much with a lot of other peptides.

    bb

  5. Quote Originally Posted by babyblu View Post
    I agree. I do like the newer peptides and hope to see more peptides brought to market that will be more efficient, with less side effects, etc. However you have to remember is that the side effects and long-term effects of HGH are well-documented because tons of research studies have been conducted on it. Not so much with a lot of other peptides.

    bb
    yea thats exactly right. especially considering how framiliar the body is with HGH
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by babyblu View Post
    Also I dont understand why you are making this personal? I dont even know you. I was simply taking part in the hijacking of this thread (since I was discussing hgh and the original topic was pGH). Further I have lots of personal experience with peptides. Just because I haven't been on this board for years doesnt mean I havent been around the block. So can we leave the personal attacks out?

    bb
    it isnt personal at all.

    it's possible that i have you confused with someone else....but i really dont think so. there's plenty of anonymity in a board name, so there's no way to know for sure....listen, i wont go into any more details on this matter, because this isnt the sort of board where sources are called out or even mentioned.

    my final thought: i believe that you truly like HGH, and i guess in the context of this thread, that's all that really matters. even if you did have a professional bias, it wouldnt really matter because there are plenty of other guys out there who share your viewpoint.

  7. i really dont understand the need for any conflict here

  8. Quote Originally Posted by pudzian2 View Post
    i really dont understand the need for any conflict here
    is there a conflict?

  9. Quote Originally Posted by SOLARUS View Post
    is there a conflict?
    ....well something was goin on between you and babyblu. hopefully it is over
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