Gonadorelin

Gonadorelin is a hormone produced by the body. It is widely used in sports for rehabilitation after anabolic cycles. Learn about the features of the drug, its properties and methods of use.

Gonadorelin is synthesized in the body. Its main goal is to regulate the production of FSH and LH hormones. Gonadorelin peptide has similar properties to natural hormone and effect on the body.

Properties of Gonadorelin

The peptide produces a pulsating effect on the body. The drug stimulates the pituitary gland to produce LH and FSH. The drug is available in tablet and injectable forms, but the most effective is the second. This is due to the fact that in GI tract the peptide is digested significantly longer than when administered intramuscularly. It should also be noted that the term Gonadorelin has low half-life, that is about one hour. Here are the effects produced by the peptide on the body:

  • normalizes the level of natural male hormone in the body;
  • Stabilizes the operation of the reproductive system;
  • Increases libido;
  • Stimulates spermatogenesis.

Course and dosages of Gonadorelin

Due to the specific features of the peptide the course of its use also has its own nuances. It must be said that the athletes used two schemes of Gonadorelin. The essence of the first method is used in a periodic application of the peptide and the second method includes a continuous application. It should also be noted that this peptid is better to be taken after the course of anabolic steroids so as to speed up the recovery of the body.

Dosages of the drug should be chosen depending on the individual characteristics of an athlete. The average dose is from 1 to 2 micrograms per kilogram of body weight of the athlete. Injection should be made up to four times during the day. Do not exceed the number of daily injections of the peptide and the dosage , because the side effects may occur.

Side effects of Gonadorelin

Since the drug is completely identical to the natural hormone, it is absolutely safe in compliance with the above doses. An increase in doses can lead to possible nausea, diarrhea, pain in the joints. If you notice any side effects it is necessary to reduce dose and frequency of administration of the peptide.

It should be noted that exceeding the dosage does not make the use of the peptide more effective. Thus, following the guidelines set out above, you will be relieved of all the negative aspects associated with the use of the peptide Gonadorelin.

See also: CJC-1295 DAC and Hexarelin


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