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Peptide for gain mass CJC 1295
Professional bodybuilders use this well-known peptide CJC 1295 in order to ensure the release of growth hormone. It acts directly on the pituitary gland, making it to produce hormones actively. This peptide has been used by athletes for a long time and gained confidence because of the minimal side effects.
CJC1295 is often used after the anabolic course in order to improve its efficiency. Even a single use of the peptide gives a remarkable effect and significant release of growth hormone.
The effect of the CJC1295 use
- Increase in strength
- Muscle growth
- Recovery period reduction after the injury and after extensive training
- Fat burning acceleration
- Restore of the ligaments and bones
- Immunostimulant action
- Ability to slow down age-related changes
The preparation combines perfectly with a large number of peptides (such as ghrp or ipamorelin) and anabolic steroids. In this case each individual component enhances the action of another, allowing you to achieve a more remarkable effect.
Application and dosage of CJC1295
The peptide is produced in powder form, which requires pre-dissolution in water for injection. It is important to keep the 3 hour interval between injections. The ideal time for the peptide intake is before going to bed, after a workout or after a meal.
For deceleration of age changes it is enough only with one injection CJC 1295 before sleep time. In sports practice the peptide administration is calculated on the base of the body weight: 1-2 micrograms per kilogram. Up to three injections are allowed daily. Course duration: 8-12 weeks.
Side effects and contraindications
To reduce the risk of side effects it is recommended to start a course with a minimum dosage, gradually increasing the amount of a single peptide intake. If you feel any adverse reactions after the use of the peptide, stop its administration immediately and consult a doctor in order to identify any contraindications, including pituitary gland pathology and endocrine system diseases.
Application information is posted for the informational purposes only.