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HCG EUTRIG-HP-10000IU + Injection water ample(expired)
The expiration date of this product has expired.
However, since it is well preserved, we will offer it at a bargain sale to those who understand it.
1) What is HCG?
HCG stands for Human Chorionic Gonadotropin.
2) Where does HCG come from?
It is extracted from the urine of pregnant women.
3) Is HCG a scheduled medication?
No, it’s similar to clomid and Liquidex as far as US laws go. However you would need a prescription to purchase legally in the US.
4) What is HCG normally used for?
It is used to help females get pregnant, and can be used to stimulate testosterone production in males. Helps keep muscle gains made from steroid cycle. Usually taken with IGF-1 lr3 to help solidify gains made. The combination of HCG with IGF-1 lr3 will help users stay full, lean and vascular. Perfect combination to keep from shrinking and losing gains.
4a) What else can or should I take with HCG?
If taken for Post Cycle Therapy, then a protocol of clomid and HCG is highly suggested.
4b) If your using HCG throughout your steroid or hormone cycle, you can run it alongside your aromatase inhibitors, (arimidex, aromasin, letrozole, cabergoline etc..)
5) How does HCG work?
HCG mimics LH (leutenizing hormone). The presence of LH causes the Leydig cells in the gonads to produce testosterone. This effect also restores the size of the testes rather quickly if they were suppressed from a cycle.
6) What should HCG be used for?
HCG is commonly used by bodybuilders on either very heavy or very long cycles, when the HPTA gets severely suppressed. Although HCG can be used in almost any cycle, the benefits are most pronounced on heavy/long ones.
7) How do you take it?
You can take it IM or Sub-q.
8) Can I use HCG only for PCT?
No you shouldn’t. It is better than nothing, but clomid or Nolva are far better plans. Since HCG mimics LH, your body won’t begin producing its own LH, as it sees no need to because test levels are high. You stop the HCG, your balls stop making test until your body begins producing adequate levels of its own LH, and that may take a while if you don’t use clomid or nolvadex to stimulate LH production. The use of clomid or Nolvadex should also be continued at least 2 weeks after HCG is discontinued to avoid the v causing problems.
9) Can I use HCG during cycle and when?
Yes you can, imo to best benefit from HCG is to run it by the last 3-4 weeks of your steroid cycle. Do not run HCG if you’re getting signs of gyno, HCG will make it worst, so be careful.
The HCG protocol during the cycle is to inject 500 IU of HCG intramuscularly once every three days during the cycle.
Alternatively, you can inject 5000 IU every 5 weeks of the cycle as a guide.
In addition, there are two reference examples for how to use it in PCT.
First of all, the information here is for the case where it does not affect the endogenous hormone balance so much (does not use testosterone or the Tren system during the cycle).
HCG 500IU x 20 days, Clomid 100mg x 30 days, Nolvadex 20mg x 45 days (+ HMG 75IU / day x 14 days)
The second is to take it (when using high concentrations of testosterone or trenbolone during the cycle),
HCG2500IU x 2 days x 8 times + Clomid 100mg (1 tablet in the morning, 1 tablet in the evening) x 30 days + Nolvadex 20mg x 45 days (+ HMG 75IU / day x 14 days)
In addition, since the use of HCG increases estrogen, side effects such as feminization may occur, so it is recommended to take an anti-estrogen drug together.
However, anti-estrogen agents (Nolvadex and Clomid) are already included in the above cycle plan for PCT, so it is not necessary to take Arimidex separately.