Gonadotropin is not a steroid, but today it is used in athletics, bodybuilding, and strength athletes. HCG 1000 is a natural protein hormone secreted by the human placenta and a purified form of the urine of pregnant women. This hormone is not a male hormone, but is almost identical to the natural hormone LH (luteinizing hormone). This LH stimulates the production of testosterone in men. Thus, gonadotropin is transmitted and leads to an increase in the production of testosterone.
Athletes use chorionic gonadotropin to increase the body's natural testosterone production, which is often reduced with prolonged steroid use. In addition, when steroids are used in high doses, they can cause false signals to the hypothalamus, which leads to a suppressed signal for the testicles. Within a few weeks of this suppressed signal, the ability of the testes to respond to all signals from the pituitary gland becomes very low, leading to testicular atrophy. To avoid this, athletes use chorionic gonadotropin to maintain an artificial signal in the testicle and prevent testicular atrophy. When taken orally, HGC rapidly increases the level of testosterone in the blood serum. Increased testosterone levels in spruce appear about two hours after the injection of human chorionic gonadotropin. The second peak occurs on two to four days.
The optimal dosage for an athlete using the drug has never been established, but it is believed that a single dose of 1000 to 2000 IU, and this is the introduction of 1000 units of hCG per week, allows you to get the desired result.
- water retention
- increased libido
- mood disorders
- high blood pressure.
|Active ingredient, IU||1000|
|1 bottle, IU||1000|
|Bottles in the package, pcs||5|
|Packing||Bottle 1000 IU, Packing (5 bottles 1000 IU)|