HiTech and IGF-1

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  1. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    the DMAA thread over on another popular forum has numerous users in a row (non reps) saying they prefer SP250 over just about every DMAA product out there. I understand you don't enjoy it, but to say no one else does is just erroneous.
    Vaughn you're a good guy, you always have been. You've taken your share of grief throughout the years.
    I liked when iForce was...iForce. When products delivered on their claims i.e. Maximize Intense...was intense, etc.
    I just find it hard to understand how 2 products from the same company with the same ingredient in almost the same concentration can be so utterly different i.e Meso vs SP250?
    That "other" board you have to take with a grain of salt...there's a few there who speak truthfully and then the majority who just all agree with each other for reps, handouts and reach arounds.


  2. Quote Originally Posted by shockrock3 View Post
    Vaughn you're a good guy, you always have been. You've taken your share of grief throughout the years.
    I liked when iForce was...iForce. When products delivered on their claims i.e. Maximize Intense...was intense, etc.
    I just find it hard to understand how 2 products from the same company with the same ingredient in almost the same concentration can be so utterly different i.e Meso vs SP250?
    That "other" board you have to take with a grain of salt...there's a few there who speak truthfully and then the majority who just all agree with each other for reps, handouts and reach arounds.
    Not sure your beef with the current IFN lineup. Its stronger now than any time in history. Max Out works exactly as advertised, we still have hemavol and now Hemavo2 max which has a HUGE nitrate dosage for amazing pumps, full dosed and open label finish line, best mass gainer formula on the market bar none and on and on and on
    Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Representative Manager
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  3. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    considering there is already inhalible insulin, I'd say we're not too far off from that goal: http://www.healthline.com/diabetesmi...in-gets-real#1



    Guys, I understand the criticism, but the amount of straight up hate in here is laughable. Everyone always demands more innovation, more new ingredients, and more cool stuff...and when a company claims to have something new, everyone jumps on the hate bandwagon and claims bull**** before seeing ANY evidence whatsoever.

    I'll remain cautiously optimistic in the meantime. Have fun with the hate yall.
    Noones throwing hate man. It's a cool concept, I just dont yet see how its any different to oral IGF 1 that is already available as that has not yet been explained (just that it's taken from whey). Once a product is released with a method that reliably increases blood levels of it through oral absorption then you're away laughing. And maybe that is even the plan. Or not. Maybe Hi Tech is just toying with a new concept for another application.

    Maybe you could go into more depth as to why IGF from whey is more available than IGF from deer antler? That'd be cool. Genuinely interested. Or hints as to what this could be used for, if not a supplement
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  4. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Noones throwing hate man. It's a cool concept, I just dont yet see how its any different to oral IGF 1 that is already available as that has not yet been explained (just that it's taken from whey). Once a product is released with a method that reliably increases blood levels of it through oral absorption then you're away laughing. And maybe that is even the plan. Or not.

    Maybe you could go into more depth as to why IGF from whey is more available than IGF from deer antler? That'd be cool. Genuinely interested
    No one is making the claim that it is more bioavilable. If you read the press release, you'll see that what Jared/HTP is claiming currently is that their delivery method (cyclosome) greatly increases bioavailability and absorption into the blood stream
    Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Representative Manager

  5. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    No one is making the claim that it is more bioavilable. If you read the press release, you'll see that what Jared/HTP is claiming currently is that their delivery method (cyclosome) greatly increases bioavailability and absorption into the blood stream
    Ah gotcha. I did see that, but wasn't sure if they whey aspect had a role to play

    Ill be interested to see how it pans out
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by Jiigzz View Post
    Ah gotcha. I did see that, but wasn't sure if they whey aspect had a role to play

    Ill be interested to see how it pans out
    I agree. I have high hopes, but I'm not going to expect magic...curious to see what Jared is able to cook up. he has yet to disappoint me.
    Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Representative Manager

  7. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    I agree. I have high hopes, but I'm not going to expect magic...curious to see what Jared is able to cook up. he has yet to disappoint me.
    I guess we'll find out in due course
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    considering there is already inhalible insulin, I'd say we're not too far off from that goal: http://www.healthline.com/diabetesmi...in-gets-real#1



    Guys, I understand the criticism, but the amount of straight up hate in here is laughable. Everyone always demands more innovation, more new ingredients, and more cool stuff...and when a company claims to have something new, everyone jumps on the hate bandwagon and claims bull**** before seeing ANY evidence whatsoever.

    I'll remain cautiously optimistic in the meantime. Have fun with the hate yall.
    bruh, do you not realize that this "innovation" would revolutionize medicine and that big pharma has poured billions into similar projects? no hate, but when you're offered beach front property in idaho...

    also, sp250 is the goat pre-workout. now tell me if the og myofusion flavors are returning? i need dat butterscotch.

  9. Quote Originally Posted by Big Papi View Post
    bruh, do you not realize that this "innovation" would revolutionize medicine and that big pharma has poured billions into similar projects? no hate, but when you're offered beach front property in idaho...

    also, sp250 is the goat pre-workout. now tell me if the og myofusion flavors are returning? i need dat butterscotch.
    Trust me oral insulin would revolution medicine, and if it this can make igf1 work it would make insulin work. Period done end of story.

    Also there is beach front property in Idaho. It's next to that one lake with small rocks, no not sand you dick, that we all can the beach geez.(if you don't get this then fuk off.)

  10. Quote Originally Posted by Big Papi View Post
    bruh, do you not realize that this "innovation" would revolutionize medicine and that big pharma has poured billions into similar projects? no hate, but when you're offered beach front property in idaho...

    also, sp250 is the goat pre-workout. now tell me if the og myofusion flavors are returning? i need dat butterscotch.
    We do have plans on releasing "Myofusion Classic"...but I am not sure of the timetable
    Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Representative Manager

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  14. Soooooo, has this come out?

  15. Does this product have a name yet?

  16. Quote Originally Posted by JohnnieFreeze View Post
    Does this product have a name yet?
    I mean, it's Hi-Tech, so naturally the name will be 'IGF-1'. Or Increlex, perhaps.

  17. Quote Originally Posted by Alan1 View Post
    I mean, it's Hi-Tech, so naturally the name will be 'IGF-1'. Or Increlex, perhaps.
    Haha .

  18. Quote Originally Posted by Alan1 View Post
    I mean, it's Hi-Tech, so naturally the name will be 'IGF-1'. Or Increlex, perhaps.
    logical guess but..

  19. They say theyre calling the product "Pro IGF-1" and theyre hoping to have it available by the beginning of September.

  20. Quote Originally Posted by Joe12 View Post
    Soooooo, has this come out?
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnieFreeze View Post
    Does this product have a name yet?
    Quote Originally Posted by JohnnieFreeze View Post
    They say theyre calling the product "Pro IGF-1" and theyre hoping to have it available by the beginning of September.
    I see you got my email response Johnnie! Glad to put an AM face to the email



    I just trained the sales team on this last week, from what I've been told it should be available soon.
    Hi-Tech Pharmaceuticals Representative Manager

  21. Quote Originally Posted by VaughnTrue View Post
    I see you got my email response Johnnie! Glad to put an AM face to the email



    I just trained the sales team on this last week, from what I've been told it should be available soon.
    Ah, that was you, cool :-)
    Im all over this as soon as its available.

  22. interested

  23. What percentage does it raise your IGF-1 level.

  24. Quote Originally Posted by jameschoi View Post
    What percentage does it raise your IGF-1 level.
    I would like to know this as well.

    Also, do you cycle this stuff? Oncyle / PCT...
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