Discussion in 'Human Growth Hormone and Peptides' started by Apopkared, Apr 26, 2018.

  1. Apopkared

    Apopkared Member

    One of our well known suppliers is carrying these and wanted to know if anyone has tried them. Thank you
  2. TRT

    TRT Member

    I was thinking the same thing. Never heard of them before.
  3. Dr JIM

    Dr JIM Member

    Perhaps a more appropriate question would be has anyone even heard of them, or your supplier.

    No doubt they can’t approximate the quality of JimTropin, MillTropin
    or ScalTropin
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  4. Naugahyde

    Naugahyde Member

    Bin - it - tropin?
  5. Damian

    Damian Member

    Bionitropin by bioniche pharma? It is not bad.
  6. Apopkared

    Apopkared Member

    Yes those are the ones. Pharmasource EU has them in and since I cannot order from PT and PD is no longer available have to find a different source. Wonder if they are true 10 iu’s or underdosed .
  7. TRT

    TRT Member

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    TRT Member

  9. Dr JIM

    Dr JIM Member

    [QUOTE="Apopkared, post: 2169316, member: 89717" Wonder if they are true 10 iu’s or underdosed .[/QUOTE]

    Based upon the HGH testing done by myself, Mands and the literature ALL GGH products ARE UNDERDOSED! And since the degree varied from 10% to 100% the only means of KNOWING is analytical testing.
  10. Dr JIM

    Dr JIM Member

    Those who believe a SINGLE sample assay, in narrative form, is representative of that which will be delivered to the average Joe's doorstep are destined to be sold under dosed HGH, at best!

    And this certainly applies to NEW GGH LABS !!!
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  11. TRT

    TRT Member

    I agree completely.
    Next time could use vocabulary that use non-PH'd users can understand? Thanks, Dad.
  12. Doug_S

    Doug_S Member

    Yes, but you used AAA and a non-accredited lab. You also did not do basic chemistry QA/QC such as established DQO's, nor did you run instrumentation validation. I suspect you used a university lab, and not a commercial facility.

    In other words, your sampling was a high tech screening method, but certainly not Level III, let alone Level IV data.

    The 10% difference could easily be your own flaws in methodology, and is not necessarily indicative of the product.
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