Synthetic Glotropin is manufactured by a number of companies around the world and is perceived to provide similar properties as prescription strength HGH.
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As a synthetic form of human growth hormone, Glotropin is marketed as being just as effective as condoned prescription strength synthetic human growth hormone.
Many of the synthetic creations of anabolic androgenic steroids, growth hormone products, growth factors, peptides, and other products are sold online today.
Bodybuilders and athletes use them (without a prescription) – but not all are safe, or genuine.
Because of there being so many products, they’re often considered “interchangeable” regardless of the name they’re given.
For example, Glotropin HGH is often recognized to be similar to or even sold under different names depending on manufacturer and country of origin.
Some of the most common:
However, bodybuilders should always be aware that just because a seller’s product claims to be an “alternative name” for a condoned human growth hormone manufactured by licensed and certified pharmaceutical providers it doesn’t make it true.
Glotropin is marketed as a genuine growth hormone substance created utilizing recombinant DNA technologies. It’s noted for its anabolic influences that encourage growth and development of muscle cells.
It is also perceived to enhance fat loss and conversion of fat into energy.
It promotes good appetite, which encourages a bodybuilder to increase consumption of calories – beneficial for muscle growth and bulking.
What makes Glotropin different from other variations of synthetic growth hormone found on the market today?
It’s expensive, averaging nearly $500 by some manufacturers, although it can be found in the $200 range, and when “on sale” averages roughly $160 per kit.
A Global HGH kit typically contains 10 vials, most containing eight (8) international units/IU of synthetic HGH (somatropin).
Note – 3 IU are equal to 1 mg human growth hormone. The average dosage for bodybuilding or performance enhancement by bodybuilders is anywhere from two IU to four IU daily.
Per the manufacturer (Global Biotech HGH), recommended dosage for men ranges four to six IU daily, and for women, two IU daily.
Of course, recommendations for dosages are dependent on the manufacturer, as well as the IUs in the vial. Some come in 4 IU, 8 IU, and 10 IU vials so this will have an influence on dosage.
Synthetic human growth hormone is intended for subcutaneous injection.
Glotropin is commonly purchased from Asian underground labs, including Thailand and China.
Bodybuilders may have heard of HGH “blue tops” which are perceived to be a high-quality product, but always be aware that any manufacturer (i.e. underground lab) can put different color caps on any of their products.
A reputable pharmaceutical manufacturer may differentiate between slight variations of human growth hormone with different colored caps.
But this practice is often “copycatted” by underground labs selling counterfeit products, so the color of the cap doesn’t necessarily verify the quality of the product.
Any time a person puts a substance into the body that is not required due to a medical deficiency, the risk for side effects or adverse reactions increases.
Growth hormone does exactly what its name implies – it makes things grow.
This growth applies to more than just muscle tissue. It involves growth of other cells in the body as well.
Growth hormone injections, especially if used when the body already manufactures adequate amounts of growth hormone, can trigger a number of side effects. Some side effects are mild, while others are more serious.
Mild side effects include:
More serious side effects associated with growth hormone injections include:
Acromegaly is one of the more serious side effects associated with overuse of human growth hormone injections.
The condition causes out-of-control growth of bone, muscle, and connective tissue in the joints of an individual, mainly located in the ankles, the wrists, or facial structures such as the jaw or forehead.
Bodybuilders should be aware that in such cases, this growth may be irreversible. Surgery may be able to deal with some of the accelerated muscle growth, but dealing with bone and connective tissue damage is not guaranteed.
Disability, limited range of motion and decreased strength of the joints affected may be permanent.
Before turning to products like Glotropin, take the time to research the often-negative influence that a growth hormone product has on a person using it for non-medical purposes.