lol wishful thinking. Did you do any research prior to using it? most notice results between the 3-4mo point. its a long term investment so if you are only planning on donig a month or two its not worth it.
Like the above posters said, it will most likely take months before you see the benefits of HGH but be assured that is starts to work very fast.
HGH doesnt "kick in". It starts doing its job immediatly. It simply produces such small immediate results, that it takes a while for all those small results to visualize.
Example: Lets say you lose .25lb of fat a week. It will take you quite a while to visually notice it. So after several months, you will start to notice the results in the mirror. That doesnt mean the results have been there or hadn't "kicked in". HGH is not a steroid with an ester.
National are bit of a ways outI will be using it for a while, several months actually. Yes, I did do my research on GH. I research everything. Still good to get feedback from people who have tried stuff just the same. Every experience is different. Wasn't suppose to be funny. But, I'm still excited about it, I will wait patiently for the rewards. I have time. Thanks for the replies.
It just depends. Hard to say exact. You will notice a nice change within 8 weeks. More lean...lower BF% and a more full appearance.
They wouldn't be bright enough to know how to turn on a computer.
out of curiousity..lets say your average male takes 6IU.... would a woman be good on 3 to avoid sides and still get great weight loss, or is gh not weight relative?
I know women who take 3-4ius a day for years but who knows if the results are hard work or the gh??? I think the lack of sides are due to the inferior quality of much of the gh out there. I bet most gh is only 1 iu for every 3.out of curiousity..lets say your average male takes 6IU.... would a woman be good on 3 to avoid sides and still get great weight loss, or is gh not weight relative?