LR3 would be great for fatloss. I would use that solo (not with cjcdac or gh)... obviously if you have any clen, t3, eca etc then you could add them in. I have limited experience with lr3 so can't fully comment from my own research. But from what I observed on Bane it is great for fatloss... anything that raises igf-1 should be. But the results from the cjc-dac were superior in every way during my research.

I can't believe we as Aussies are the 1st to point the finger of other countries on drug cheats, as soon as its in our own backyard and one of our afl footy teams, we seem to downplay the seriousness of drugs in sport, its crazy, and to think they didnt know what was being injected, doh. my favorite is the Shane Warne Diuretics that his mum gave him, lol, 12 month ban, Essendon minimum 2 year ban.....has to be.


IGF-1 is so named because of its close resemblance to insulin. Because IGF-1 is so similar to insulin, it interacts with insulin receptors on the surface of your cells, produces some of the same effects as insulin and even magnifies the effect of insulin. For example, one primary effect of both excess insulin and excess IGF-1 is hypoglycemia (low blood glucose). When you workout for a long time (longer than about one hour) your liver increases its release of IGF-binding protein (IGFBP-3) to prevent the onset of hypoglycemia that would otherwise happen as a result of the increased release of IGF-1 that occurs during training.
The consumption of all dairy products have been shown to naturally raise IGF-1 levels , but I personally go straight to the source and both drink camel milk and other forms of raw milk (in moderation) and use goat’s milk colostrum. In scientific studies, colostrum supplements have proven to increase the amount of IGF-1 and IgA in the bloodstream (IgA is an important immunoglobulin that helps to ensure our immunity to pathogens, especially in the mucous membranes).
Several epidemiologic studies have reported lower circulating natriuretic peptide concentrations in obese individuals.12, 14 However, these studies have been observational and confined to a single time point of measurement of natriuretic peptides. To our knowledge, only one previous study has examined the association of obesity with salt‐induced natriuretic peptide concentrations. Licata and colleagues found reduced, salt‐loaded plasma ANP concentrations in 9 obese individuals compared with 10 lean controls.21 They did not examine the influence of weight loss on the natriuretic peptide system. Thus, the present study is the first to provide serial, physiologic data from the same individuals over time.
I have been using sermorelin (bioidentical growth hormone releasing hormone) for 2 months now to help heal a nasty right quad tendon rupture suffered the end of December. I’m 52 years old with 7% bodyfat and am a lifetime strength trainer and former high level bike racer. 2 months ago, in spite of months of religious rehab, I couldn’t do a single right leg bench stepup. Yesterday I was doing 20lb DB’s for repeated sets of 15. I get complete blood panels every 6 months, and my last labs in May showed my IGF-1 levels off the reference range low. I get my next bloods in a couple of weeks. I was initially afraid to try this hormone due to the cancer implications, and I didn’t need it to be lean and fit, but I was desperate and for my injury recovery, and it has made a significant difference. Plus, I believed supplementing the releasing hormone vs, IGF-1 limits the possibility of increasing the levels too much, as well as causing a negative feedback loop. By the way, I also tried TB-500 previous to the sermorelin, and it seemed to make some other achy joints in the gym go away, but didn’t seem to help the quad injury.

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All studies were performed as double-blind placebo-controlled trials with specific design adaption depending on the question that was to be answered. All, but the first, were performed on obese, but otherwise healthy, adults. In the first 4 studies, only male subjects were included (supplementary data). Approximately 900 adult subjects participated in these 6 clinical trials.
Paracetamol/caffeine formulations have a long-established safety and efficacy profile over 25 years of use as an open-sale medicine in major markets around the world. The paracetamol/caffeine combination analgesic was registered as a schedule 2 product in Australia and has been marketed since 2010. Since that time no new significant issues or potential risks have been reported.
We found that osteoarthritic rabbits administered intra-articular AOD9604 injections had better outcomes with lesser morphological and histolopathological damage than was observed in the control group. AOD9604 is a disulphide-constrained peptide that comprises 15 amino acids from the C-terminal sequence of human GH and an additional N-terminal tyrosine residue: YLRIVQCRSVEGSCGF [15]. The exact mechanism underlying the action of GH in OA is unknown. Previous studies have shown that GH can act directly on the growth plate by stimulating local production of IGF-1 and by increasing cartilage metabolism [9,16] and chondrocyte proliferation [17]. Although AOD9604 is not a high-affinity agonist of the GH receptor and does not stimulate the proliferation of cells transfected with the GH receptor, it retains some functions of GH [11]. Initially, AOD9604 was investigated for the treatment of obesity in humans. In rodent models of obesity, AOD9604 showed a similar effect of weight loss as that observed with GH [11]. However, AOD9604 does not induce diabetes and does not stimulate the production of IGF-1 [10].
It has to be noted that three of the SAEs were skin cancer forms. Since the study was performed in Australia, a country with the highest incidence rate of skin cancer (http://globocan.iarc.fr/), this cumulative incidence is not improbable. Furthermore the study was performed on clinically obese subjects with a BMI ≥ 35 kg/m2 (BMI ≥ 35 kg/m2; Median BMI: 40 kg/m2, range: 35 to 67 kg/m2). It is known that the incidence of several types of cancers is associated with increased BMI [26].
The truth is peptides are 100% “legal”. I can’t say this is the case for the professional athlete, as certain peptides are banned in sport – highlighted from the Essendon or Cronulla Sharks saga Nevertheless, for the everyday person like us, using these amino acid chains is no crime. In Australia, regulating guidelines such as the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines and Poisons (SUSMP No. 17), classify majority of peptides as a Schedule 4 substance, meaning that a prescription is necessary for supply and possession. With its own doctors on board, able to provide a script according to Australian prescribing guidelines, Peptides Online has been a key leader in this field.
Aging often comes with many undesirable effects on our bodies including increased fat, decreased muscle muscle mass and low energy.  Some of these issues can be caused by adult growth hormone deficiency.  Peptide therapies provide a healthy option to reinvigorate the natural release of growth hormone in the body and reverse the negative effects of aging.
Over the last 40 years a lot of research has been done on various peptides developing new peptide sequences to produce new peptides with fewer side effects and new beneficial effects. For example fragments of the growth hormone peptide have been developed such as AOD 9604 which possess all the fat burning properties of growth hormone without any of its adverse effects on blood sugar or growth.

In vitro and in vivo investigations revealed a specific region within the hormone molecule that is responsible for the molecular events associated with lipid metabolism [18, 24, 25]. AOD9604 is a peptide fragment of the C-terminus or lipolytic domain of hGH (hGH177-191), with an additional tyrosine residue at the N-terminal end for stabilization. In vitro and in vivo experiments have shown similar effects of AOD9604 and hGH on lipid metabolism when chronically applied to mice [20, 21]. Interestingly, AOD9604 mimics the effect of hGH on lipid metabolism, without having growth promoting or pro-diabetic effects. The safety and tolerability of AOD9604 has been studied in the human clinical trials described in this paper.
The T α 1 peptide can be administered via subcutaneous injection or as a transdermal cream. T α 1 has been found to be very safe, and there have not been any documented side effects associated with its administration. It is approved in more than 37 countries for the treatment of hepatitis B, hepatitis C, and as an adjunct to chemotherapy and various vaccines.

17 Arora P, Wu C, Khan AM, Bloch DB, Davis‐Dusenbery BN, Ghorbani A, Spagnolli E, Martinez A, Ryan A, Tainsh LT, Kim S, Rong J, Huan T, Freedman JE, Levy D, Miller KK, Hata A, Del Monte F, Vandenwijngaert S, Swinnen M, Janssens S, Holmes TM, Buys ES, Bloch KD, Newton‐Cheh C, Wang TJ. Atrial natriuretic peptide is negatively regulated by microrna‐425. J Clin Invest. 2013;123:3378–3382.CrossrefMedlineGoogle Scholar
No growth hormone, or any supplement for that matter, is never going to equate to the same exact results for every user. So, what you experience, is not the same as the next user, and vice-versa. Further, the increase in results and how quickly you will see these results are going to differ for each user. So, make sure you understand this prior to start your dosage, to ensure you are not disappointed if you do not see each one of these benefits, on the very first day that you begin using the Ipamorelin. Also consider the fact that if you use it after food, or with a meal, results will improve. So, proper timing and proper diet and exercise regimen can greatly enhance the results you are going to realize when you are using Ipamorelin as well.
SARMs are selective androgen receptor modulators. Androgens are naturally occurring hormones—such as testosterone—that regulate the development and maintenance of male sex characteristics. SARMs provide the benefits of anabolic steroids (i.e., increased muscle mass/strength, fat loss, increased bone density, increased libido) without the quantity and/or severity of unwanted effects. SARMs are not toxic to the liver, separating them from most oral steroids and making them an attractive treatment option to those looking to benefit from anabolic steroid drugs.

AOD9604: AOD9604 is a synthetic peptide taken orally. The small peptide mimics a section of the growth hormone molecule which increases fat metabolism and decreases the production of fat. AOD9604 is claimed to reduce fat, increase muscle mass and possibly help recover from joint cartilage damage. However, there is currently no published human data to support these claims. AOD9604 is not approved for human use, but is used in sport for weight loss and muscle enhancement and the perception that it helps recover from tissue damage. This drug was highlighted in the Australian Crime Commission report on Organised Crime and Drugs in Sport. No significant adverse effects have been reported yet, but AOD9604 is now prohibited by WADA.
Solcoseryl: Derived from calves’ blood and is believed to speed up healing of damaged or injured tissues, solcoseryl is currently used in humans as eye gel for corneal ulcers, a jelly/ointment for gangrene and bedsores, burns and wound healing, and inflammation of gums, lips and mouth ulcers. No major adverse effects been reported. Solcoseryl is not specifically banned under WADA as a substance but can potentially be banned as a method depending on how the substance is administered and how much is used.
The process to get a cream doesn't happen overnight. Explains Smeath: "A patient will complete a comprehensive medical questionnaire, which is sent to one of our prescribing doctors. [They] review all medical notes, make contact with the patient and once approved, send a prescription to one of two TGA-approved compounding pharmacies in Australia who ship [the peptides] directly."
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