Reply To: Info on IGF 1 LR3 and DES please
Written by StoneMade on . Posted in
You know… the price tag does not actually mean anything at all.. I’m talking mostly about this part:
Well, that’s not me who thinks and says it… just take a look at how much actual recombinant IGF analogues are costing… go on the Gro Pep site. There search for products and after that click on the IGF Analogues. As soon as you’re there you can take a look at how much each one of them costs. Those are the prices which are ‘way out of the most people’s financial range’ as I have said it earlier.
The HGH it is some of the hardest hormone out there to produce as it is having a chain of the 191 amino acids unlike others and although it is the hardest hormone out there to make, the Chinese companies out there are still able to provide us some really good quality of rHGH for ‘not so high prices’. In addition to that, the IGF analogue and the IGF 1 are completely different, you should have known that. The Increlex is being quite the same to the naturally occurring IGF 1 that is being naturally produced by human liver. And DES and LR3 are being chemically distinguishable from the human IGF 1. This is the reason why they are not having the exact same biological action out there. maybe this is going to be helpful a bit.