posted on Jul, 18 2011 @ 06:11 AM
It's not an anabolic steroid per se, but it's basically human growth hormone. It causes the body to mimic HGH or has the same strain of 191 amino
acids that HGH is made up of. HGH will not cause the aggressiveness that testosterone or other anabolics like that do. HGH is good for muscle
growth, or should I say it's very effective at repairing broken down muscle tissue (which is what you do when you lift weights so the muscles grow
back bigger). It also eats away body fat very rapidly. Actually HGH is the closest thing to a miracle drug that I can think of, lol.
Honestly, I wouldn't recommend taking HGH without a anabolic steroid. I would definetly take some kind of anabolic with it to create a more stable
environment. Your body produces 4 hormones naturally: HGH, Insulin, estrogen, and testosterone. By putting hgh and testosterone in your body in
synthetic form your just giving your body more of what it already produces.
Just make sure he keeps a check on his insulin levels. Whatever you do, DON'T be alarmed, and DON'T believe a WORD you hear about steroids through
the media. Every football/baseball player, bodybuilder, 60% of regular gym goers, lots of celebrities for movie roles, boxers, just about any athlete
use, or have used steroids. Now, if you believe what the media says about the stuff, and compare that to the number of people using or have used,
wouldn't you think there would be a lot more cases of ROID RAGE? oooohhhh scary scary, lol. To be honest with you, a lot, and I mean A LOT of women
LOVE IT when their man gets on some anabolics, if you know what I mean, lol.
Seriously, the media loves to blame something for crazy behavior, if your scared your hubby or boyfriend is going to turn into one of those stories
just relax. This was one of the first things that made me not believe the media.
Just make sure his insulin levels stay in check, and if he is taking other anabolics, which chances are he is (hardly anyone takes HGH by itself),
make sure he keeps a good check on his blood pressure and hdl/ldl levels. Don't be afraid of him, help him, and be there for him.