- Dec 25, 2019
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I have a theory that it has a lot to do with the PH of the GH as well. It isn’t much more than a theory right now, but I have talked with a university professor of pharmacuetical engineering at one of the largest schools in Canada about this. He said PH levels of pharmacueticals play a huge factor, but GH is pretty niche and he could not confirm it plays the same roll. What he did say was that if eating acidic or alkaline foods can throw off your digestion (shits, heart burn, etc) then why couldn’t injecting acidic or alkaline hormones effect your endocrine system and how your body reacts to and with the exogenous hormone.I haven't had any sides at all with Pharma GH, but the Riptropins that gave me the highest GH levels to IU used ratio of any GH I've used, made me hold like 10lbs of water and jacked my BP through the roof.
I don't really understand it. The rips were tested back then and came back as legit 191aa. Who really knows.
almost all the pharmacuetical companies include the PH level of their GH in their testing. For example, genotropin is listed at 6.7, humatropes are listed at 7.5, etc etc. If this played absolutely no factor, I couldn’t see almost all of the pharmacuetical companies including it and publicly listing it for their product. Yet the only thing that we test our UGL growth for is usually dimer and purity.
I bought some PH test strips on Amazon and just got received them in the mail, I will test the PH of Opti grey tops when I get home and follow through with this theory. I call it a theory but I feel it’s stronger than just a theory, because probably one of the most intelligent people I could talk to is the one who explained this to me and told me that it works this way with almost every other pharmacy product, so why would GH be different?