HCG 5000 ui Gen-Shi Labs.
Active Life: 64 hours
Average Dose: Debatable
Water Retention: Yes
High Blood Pressure: Yes
Liver Toxic: No
Aromatization: No, but it will raise testosterone levels and increased aromatization may occur.
HCG (Pregnyl) is a very popular drug used in post cycle therapy. It makes the body to make natural testosterone during cycles of steroids. HCG is used to treat hypogonadism for men as medicine. But its important to not use too much in a steroid cycle cause it will cause the testes to shut down and give negative feedback. This is a drug found in the female body during the early months of pregnancy. Pregnyl was first developed by the drug firm Organon. HCG does not provide females any anabolic effects but prove very useful to the male body. It stimulates the production of endogenous testosterone. HCG is to restore the normal ability of the testes to respond to endogenous luteinizing hormone. Many who have suffered severe testicular shrinkage may be able to relate, as it is often some time before normal testicle size and feelings of virility are restored if ancillary drugs had not been used. The main focus with HCG is to restore the normal ability of the testes to respond to endogenous luteinizing hormone. After a long period of inactivity, this ability may have been seriously reduced. In such a state testosterone levels may not reach a normal point, even though the release of endogenous LH has been resumed. HCG provides an immediate effect on the testes (shocking them out of inactivity) while the anti-estrogen helps later to blocks inhibition on the hypothalamus and resume the normal release of gonadotropins from the pituitary. HCG acts only to mimic the action of LH. It is likewise not the perfect hormone to combat testosterone suppression, and for this reason it is used most often in conjunction with estrogen antagonists such as Clomid, Nolvadex or cyclofenil. These drugs have a different effect on the regulating system, namely inhibiting estrogen-induced suppression at the hypothalamus.
Steroid Side Effects:
The main concern is the action of cortisol, which in many ways is balanced out by the effect of androgens. Cortisol sends the opposite message to the muscles than testosterone, or to breakdown protein in the cell. Left unchecked (by an extremely low testosterone level) in the body, cortisol can quickly strip much of your new muscle mass away.
The usual protocol is to inject 1500-3000 I.U. every 4th or 5th day, for a duration usually no longer than 2 or 3 weeks. If used for too long or at too high a dose, the drug may actually function to desensitize the Leydig’s cells to luteinizing hormone, further hindering a return to homeostasis. Timing the initial dose is also very crucial. If your were coming off a cycle of Sustanon for example, testosterone levels in your blood will likely stay elevated for at least 3 to 4 weeks after your last injection. Taking HCG on the day of your last shot would therefore be useless. HCG dose, perhaps as much as 5000 I.U. for the opening application. It may thereafter also be a good idea to reduce the dosage on subsequent shots, so as to step down the intake of HCG during the two or three weeks of intake.
|Pack||5000 iu vial|
|Subtance||Human Chorionic Gonadotropin|
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