Unanswered Blackstone labs pure IGF-1, what's in it?

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So I saw PJ pitching this new product. I'm 100 percent sure it's complete garbage. And if does work it probably spiked with mk677. So any thoughts?
 

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It’s actually produced by Jared wheat the owner of Hi Tech marketing it under the BSL name. Complete fraud
 
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Yeah it’s probably completely underdosed crap

Or just re branded product that hi tech released was it last year or so?
 
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If one was to take injectable IGF-1 Lr3 at 20mcg per day it would take a long cycle to see any benefits beyond mild GDA like effects. Assuming, and its a rather large assumption, that this product delivers the IGF-1 intact to one's bloodstream the half-life will be measured in minutes since this is not Lr3. Now regular IGF-1 can be effective but I doubt anyone would expect much from 20mcg/day. If this does make it into the bloodstream a larger dose and a long cycle would be needed IMO. Not too many people are going to stick it out for three or more months at 100 a month or more.

Personally I would love to try this stuff at a high dose and for three months but am not willing to take the financial risk at this time.
 
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So I saw PJ pitching this new product. I'm 100 percent sure it's complete garbage. And if does work it probably spiked with mk677. So any thoughts?
Scam all l over it
 

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If one was to take injectable IGF-1 Lr3 at 20mcg per day it would take a long cycle to see any benefits beyond mild GDA like effects. Assuming, and its a rather large assumption, that this product delivers the IGF-1 intact to one's bloodstream the half-life will be measured in minutes since this is not Lr3. Now regular IGF-1 can be effective but I doubt anyone would expect much from 20mcg/day. If this does make it into the bloodstream a larger dose and a long cycle would be needed IMO. Not too many people are going to stick it out for three or more months at 100 a month or more.

Personally I would love to try this stuff at a high dose and for three months but am not willing to take the financial risk at this time.
Few years back there was similar product ( there was decent tread about it ) . One off the respected members of this forum used it ( going well above recommend dosage) for few months ( I believe) . Dude had blood work before and after ( he spent a bit $ on that whole thing as you can imagine) . Here’s the best or rather the worst part of it - staff did nothing absolutely nothing.
 
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Few years back there was similar product ( there was decent tread about it ) . One off the respected members of this forum used it ( going well above recommend dosage) for few months ( I believe) . Dude had blood work before and after ( he spent a bit $ on that whole thing as you can imagine) . Here’s the best or rather the worst part of it - staff did nothing absolutely nothing.
Well unless timed perfectly regular IGF is going to be very hard to test. I know the thread and Danes was the guy I believe. I am tempted by this as it would be really cool if they were able to deliver this intact in any decent quantity. Taking 100mcg as you walk into the gym it would be easy to tell if real or not. I simply am not going to risk the 100 as that is a ton of MK or Lr3 which I know works. If this was 30 a bottle I would give it a go.
 

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