CJC 1295 DAC (2mg x 10) Hexarelin (2mg x 10)
This is a synthetic version of the naturally occurring hormone progesterone. Progesterone is a sex hormone produced by the ovaries and adrenal glands. It is responsible for many processes including the maintenance of pregnancy, lactation, menstruation, and sexual arousal. In humans, it is secreted throughout the menstrual cycle and is responsible for preparing the uterus for implantation. It is also involved in the production of breast milk and the regulation of the female reproductive system.
2. Dihydrotestosterone (DHT)
Dihydrotestosterone is a male sex hormone that is structurally similar to testosterone. It is formed from testosterone via the action of 5 alpha reductase. It is primarily responsible for the development of male characteristics, including hair growth, deepening of voice, and increased muscle mass.
Testosterone is a primary male sex hormone that is responsible for the development of masculine traits, including facial hair, deepened voice, and increased muscle size. It is also responsible for sperm production and libido.
Cortisol is a glucocorticoid hormone that is released by the adrenal cortex. Glucocorticoids are steroids that bind to receptors in cells and trigger a cascade of events that result in changes in gene expression. These effects include increasing blood sugar levels, mobilizing fatty acids, and promoting protein synthesis.
Androstenedione is a precursor to testosterone and cortisol. It is a type of steroid hormone that is derived from cholesterol. It is present in both males and females and is the primary precursor to testosterone and cortisol in men and women respectively.
Estradiol is a natural estrogen that is produced by the body. Estrogens are hormones that regulate the development and function of the reproductive organs, bone density, and skin thickness. They also play a role in regulating mood and behavior.
7. 17-beta estradiol
17-Beta estradiol is a synthetic form of estrogen that is commonly used in oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapy. It is often referred to as “estrogen” even though it does not have all of the same effects as natural estrogen.
1. Hexarelin (HEX)
Hexarelin is a synthetic hexapeptide analog of human Growth Hormone-Releasing Factor (GRF). GRF is a naturally occurring peptide hormone produced by the hypothalamus gland. It stimulates the release of Growth Hormone (GH), which is released by the pituitary gland. GH is responsible for promoting cellular proliferation and protein synthesis, regulating body temperature, increasing muscle mass, and stimulating bone formation.
2. Hexarelin (hex)
Hexareline is a synthetic hexapepetide analog of human Growth-Hormone releasing factor (GRF). GRFs stimulate the release of growth hormones (GH) from the pituitary gland, which then act upon the liver, skeletal muscles, kidneys, skin, and brain. GRFs have been shown to increase lean body mass, decrease fat mass, and improve insulin sensitivity.
3. Hexarelin (hexa)
Hexarellin is a synthetic hexapepeptide analog of human growth hormone releasing factor (GRF) that was developed by the pharmaceutical company Sandoz. Hexa is a synthetic version of the natural hormone GRF. GRF is a naturally occuring peptide hormone produced by hypothalamic neurons. GRF stimulates the release of growth hormones from the pituitary glands, which then act upon target organs. GRF increases lean body mass, decreases fat mass, and improves insulin sensitivity.
4. Hexarelin (hxr)
Hexarelins are synthetic hexapeptides that mimic the effects of growth hormone releasing factors (GRFs). These compounds were originally developed by the pharmaceutical company Zeneca as potential treatments for cancer. In addition, they have been studied as possible treatments for obesity and diabetes.
5. Hexarelin (hrl)
Hexarelines are synthetic hexapeptide derivatives of the endogenous growth hormone releasing factor (GHRF) molecule. GHRF is a naturally occurring neuropeptide that regulates the secretion of growth hormone from the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland in mammals. Hexarelines are used primarily as research tools to study the mechanisms of action of GHRF.
6. Hexarelin (grf)
Hexarelins are synthetic hexapeptid analogs of the endogenous growth hormone-releasing factor (GHRF). GHRF is a neuropeptide that stimulates the release of growth hormone from the pituitary. Hexarelines are useful research tools to study the mechanism of action of GHRFs.
7. Hexarelin (gfr)
Hexarelins are synthetic hexapeptiide analogs of the endogenous GHRF molecule. GHRF stimulates the release of GH from the pituitary and is involved in the regulation of somatic growth. Hexarelines are commonly used as research tools to study GHRF function.