Hi there everyone. I want to ask you something more. Since I have switched to dose HGH in the morning after I wake up, I have started to notice that my sleeping patterns have started to be a lot much more better than when I am injecting my HGH dose before I go to bed.
So , I would really like to find out whether introducing mod – grf along with ipamorelin before going to bed is going to help me to release a night pulse, or it is going to be blunted by the morning HGH long lasting effect? What is your opinion on this thought? Can someone share their experienced opinion on this?
I am asking this because this would be the very best of both worlds if I could have my morning synthetic HGH + the natural HGH night pulse. Thanks in advance for everything. Will be waiting for your response.
So well, not sure if this is going to be really helpful as I am going off of my own experience, by saying this I try to tell you that I wouldn’t take it as anything more than that as it is not anything 100% proof or anything… so anyway, when am taking prami at night I absolutely am getting all of the sides of a GH pulse in order to say the least (that’s in the time that I am using my GH in the morning). And so, I would really imagine that this combination would work, but then again, please pay attention that I am just going off of my own experience here so make sure what you are doing.
Well, from as much as I know, it has been shown that GHRP + GHRH (I am not very sure about the DAC though..) has been proven to cause pulses of GH and that’s even when administering HGH and food. Unfortunately I can’t actually give you the source that is going to back up my words, however I just remember that I have read that along with the blood tests a long time ago. But I am quite sure that a little bit of research on google is going to give you the answer. Hope this helps.
well, that sounds really good. thank you. I am going to try to do my research on this on google as you recommended, but from as much as I can understand, this means that I could have natural pulses as well as sleep patterns in the time that I am injecting HGH in the morning. Hopefully that’s true.