IGF2-2 and your joints

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    IGF2-2 and your joints


    This stuff has AI and anticortisol properties(bad for joints), but its supposed to increase GH a lot(good for joints). So would you guys describe how your joints feel on this stuff? Do you think it dose any joint harm, is completely neutral to joint health, or is good for them.

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    Rhodiola will not lower cortisol to a significant enough degree to hurt the joints. In short, the product's AI and cortisol effects are far too mild (and may not even affect levels in healthy individuals) to exert any side effects.
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    I don't see it making your joints hurt that bad while on it.
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