Unanswered Mk677, Is it worth it?

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MK 677 really intrigues me, but I haven't really read many positive things on it. It seems like something that would be nice to run while bridging in between cycles. Has anyone had any positive results with MK 677, All I'm really reading is they get a hunger increase and some lucid dreams lol
 
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You'll never truly know until you try it. Very few of us have identical pros and cons toward each chemical. I personally feel like mk could be paired well with tren or sd to counteract sleep and appetite issues.
 

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It definitely improves sleep for me. Biggest reason I take it.
 
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For some reason trainers hate it. Thibaudeau said it was garbage and my trainer called it a ghetto substitute.
Don’t know why, I actually kind of think it would be helpful for a lot of things. I can’t take bloat though anymore.
 
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I have been running it for about 4-5 weeks now, the bloat is a real problem, and I can't say I have made any real "Gains" from it. ??
 

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For some reason trainers hate it. Thibaudeau said it was garbage and my trainer called it a ghetto substitute.
Don’t know why, I actually kind of think it would be helpful for a lot of things. I can’t take bloat though anymore.
I can see the ghetto substitute thing. And yeah, the bloat is real.
 
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With the increased risk of diabetes, I’ve avoided it like the plague
 
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If you are an athlete, and have, like 2 training sessions per day, you can see faster recovery from it and even if that seems like 30% of benefits, its still a lot in that situation. If you just do bodybuilding once every day, some peptide would be just fine and enough, like Hexarelin or even ghrp 2. Or even igf-1 lr3
 
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Put off by the stories of it turning blood into candy floss.

All the big/advanced/pro guys don't rate any peptides it seems anyway, and say you're better off just using however much hgh you can afford.
 

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If you are an athlete, and have, like 2 training sessions per day, you can see faster recovery from it and even if that seems like 30% of benefits, its still a lot in that situation. If you just do bodybuilding once every day, some peptide would be just fine and enough, like Hexarelin or even ghrp 2. Or even igf-1 lr3
Those peptides. Do they need to be injected more than once per day? Also are they know for diabetes?

I have been debating adding hgh or peptides eventually.
 
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Those peptides. Do they need to be injected more than once per day? Also are they know for diabetes?

I have been debating adding hgh or peptides eventually.
It depends, if you take Hexarelin, the best time to pin it is pre workout. If you take Ghrp-6 or 2, its best to take them 2-3 times per day. I haven't seen any data that indicates that you can get diabetes from reasonable usage of peptides
 

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I like mk677 for muscle fullness, vascularity, and maybe anti aging. Joints and sleep are not improved and there is some bloat if you let your diet go. Been on for about 3 months and now taking a break will try and see if worth it for me. Think I feel better off it already, only 2 days.
 
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I’m just gonna say it and then hunt for evidence if someone disagrees.

Nobody is becoming diabetic from insulin and growth abuse in bodybuilding. I’m sure many are insanely insulin resistant and maybe some have to get in metformin etc etc. but there’s really nobody that’s full on Type 2 from bodybuilding or bodybuilding drugs.
Like two that are open about it since the 80s. And neither because of insulin and/Or GH.
 

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It depends, if you take Hexarelin, the best time to pin it is pre workout. If you take Ghrp-6 or 2, its best to take them 2-3 times per day. I haven't seen any data that indicates that you can get diabetes from reasonable usage of peptides
is there a one a day peptide? That hexarelin you take prior to workout what about non workout days?
 

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I took MK 677 for around 5-6 months i think, really liked it at 10mg. I noticed the difference once I jumped off, only came off because I ran out and lost my source for raws
 
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is there a one a day peptide? That hexarelin you take prior to workout what about non workout days?
Well, on non workout days you take it first thing in the morning, or before bed. It can have stimulatory effect on some people, making it harder to fall asleep
 
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is there a one a day peptide? That hexarelin you take prior to workout what about non workout days?
That’s MK.
If I were to use any GH secreatogue etc etc, it would either be MK or CJC w/DAC (you can pin that one just Mon/Thurs and that’s it)
 
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In my experience, MK-677 is not worth it. I have used 4 brands, and my longest run was close to a year straight. Somatozine was definitely the best of the bunch- yielding some nice sleep benefits and I don’t recall feeling run down/lethargic on Somatozine. Other than that, I can’t really say that it benefited my physique or training all that much.

Back to MK-677 in general, it definitely gives me more of a beach ball look. Manipulating diet, sodium, potassium, adding a GDA, and even taking a baby aspirin daily (per suggestion in another thread), did absolutely nothing to change that.

I stopped using Somatozine this past spring when it was time to cut up a bit- which was successful. I went back on MK-677 from another board sponsor (not my first time from them) about 3-4 weeks ago in the midst of PCT and couldn’t figure out why I was feeling so lethargic and lifeless. My standard dose has always been 12.5 mg, and that’s exactly what I was doing this time around. Even for PCT, I just knew something wasn’t right...so I decided to cut out the MK-677. That was ~5 days ago and I feel so much better in every way.

Possibly it wasn’t so great of a batch, but given my general lack of enthusiasm for past MK-677 experiences, I think I am done forever either way. It’s the kind of thing that sounds much better on paper and studies than in reality....by a longshot. No to mention, the prices are grossly inflated and it can wreak havoc on metabolic health.
 

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