Hgh Fragment 176-191 2000mcg
HGH Fragment 176-191 is a spliced variant of native human growth hormone. Specifically, it is made of the last 16 amino acids on GH's long 191 amino acid sequence. This fragment seems to retain some (not all) of the biological activity of growth hormone. On the one hand, the compound is no longer able to bind with the cellular GH receptor. As such, it does not elevate serum IGF-1, nor appear to have anabolic effects. On the other, it may still have distinct lipolytic (fat loss) properties. A drug like this could be applicable in situations where fat loss is desired, but GH's wider spectrum of anabolic effects (and potential side effects) is not. In the fitness community, this substance is used exclusively for fat loss.
HGH Fragment 176-191 is generally given via subcutaneous (SC) injection.
When used for physique-enhancing purposes, HGH Fragment 176-191 is usually administered at a dosage of 0.25 to .5 mg (250-500 meg) per injection. This may be given 1-2 times daily, usually on an empty stomach. One dosing episode is typically 30-60 minutes before cardio training, which may further intensify its fat loss effects. Total daily dosage generally does not exceed 1,000 meg.
Cycles of HGH Fragment 176-191 usually last 2-3 months, though longer programs are not uncommon.
HGH Frag is like all of the other peptides we have covered and come as a delicate lyophilized powder that should be kept out of the light and in a cool dry place. Reconstitution is done with bacteriostatic water or sodium chloride meant for injection. In order to reap the benefits of HGH Frag, users will need to dose around 500mcgs per day. This can be done by dosing 250mcgs in the morning pre-workout, and 250mcgs before lunch or 250mcgs before bed. Users will also want to take note of the timing of injections and their diet at that time. It is optimal to inject HGH Frag 176-191 on an empty stomach or with just protein in the stomach. Like other peptides, HGH Frag has been noted to not work as effectively in the presence of carbohydrates and sugars.