Gonadotrop 5000 IU BodyPharm
Manufacturer: BodyPharmSubstance: Chorionic GonadotropinPackage: 1 vial 5000iu + 1 solvent 2ml
Gonadotrop 5000 IU (Chorionic Gonadotropin) 1 vial 5000iu + 1 solvent 2ml – Growth Hormone from BodyPharm.
Anabolic steroids, insulin, growth hormone, thyroid hormones – all these drugs are included today in the arsenal of professionally training culturists. However, this is far from a complete list. For example, few athletes of serious level neglect such thing as gonadotropin.
The chorionic gonadotropic hormone – such is the full name of this drug or abbreviated to CHG — is not an anabolic steroid. More specifically, it is a protein hormone that is formed in the placenta (uterus) of pregnant women. CHG is formed in the female body in the first 6-8 weeks of pregnancy and makes possible the subsequent production of estrogens and gestagens in the yellow body.
As a result, the production of these hormones in the placenta itself begins. CHG comes from the blood flow to the kidneys and is then excreted from the body with urine. That is why it is extracted from the urine of pregnant women. Externally administered CHG facilitates the ovulation process in women, as it enters into action and promotes its release at the moment of egg maturation. CHG also contributes to the production of estrogens and yellow body.
HGCh and bodybuilding
The attention of HGG cultures is attracted for another reason. The fact is that this drug has almost the same qualities as the luteinizing hormone that is formed in the pituitary. In men, luteinizing hormone stimulates sex cells in the testicles and enhances the production of androgenic hormones (testosterone). Therefore, injectable CHG is used by athletes for enhanced testosterone production. As the dosage of steroid drugs decreases, and even more so after their administration is stopped, users tend to experience a tangible drop in force and “mass.”
This is mainly due to the catastrophic lack of testosterone in the body. Already at the very beginning of the steroid cycle there is a breakdown of the “hypothalamus-pituitary-testicular” arc. Steroids raise blood testosterone levels and give the hypothalamus an appropriate signal. Hypothalamus, in turn, transmits to pitaophysis a signal about reduction or complete termination of follicular-stimulating hormone production.
As a result, luteinizing hormone begins to affect sex cells in which testosterone production occurs with less intensity. The additional intake of CHG allows to correct the situation and raise testosterone production. And, having entered the body, HGG begins to work almost instantly.
CHG is unique in general due to its two-phase impact. The first peak of blood plasmatesterone level rise begins about two hours after CHG injection, and the second peak begins about 48-96 hours. At the same time, the average level of plasmatesterone increases, and the height of peaks and the average level depend, according to scientists, on the dose of administered CHG.