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High Dose Sermorelin 15 mg per Month

Please note many people are fine doing 9mg per month so a 15 mg vial may last 4-6 weeks. So a six month package will last 6-9 months.. These are daily injections. (Rapid Dissolve Tablets same price)

Daily Injections: 6 Month Program: $2999 ; 3 month program: $1600

All Packages Include Medical Oversight, Office Visits and Phone Support As Necessary. We do require bloodwork which is not included in the price.

What is growth hormone?

Growth hormone is released into the bloodstream from the anterior pituitary gland. The pituitary gland also produces other hormones that have different functions from growth hormone.

Growth hormone acts on many parts of the body to promote growth in children. Once the growth plates in the bones (epiphyses) have fused growth hormone does not increase height. In adults, it does not cause growth but it helps to maintain normal body structure and metabolism, including helping to keep blood glucose levels within set levels.

How is growth hormone controlled?

Growth hormone release is not continuous; it is released in a number of ‘bursts’ or pulses every three to five hours. This release is controlled by two other hormones that are released from the hypothalamus (a part of the brain): growth hormone-releasing hormone, which stimulates the pituitary to release growth hormone, and somatostatin, which inhibits that release.

Growth hormone levels are increased by sleep, stress, exercise and low glucose levels in the blood. They also increase around the time of puberty. Growth hormone release is lowered in pregnancy and if the brain senses high levels of growth hormone or insulin-like growth factors already in the blood.

Very rarely, increased growth hormone levels can occur in children before they reach their final height, which can lead to excessive growth of long bones, resulting in the child being abnormally tall. This is commonly known as gigantism (a very large increase in height).

Overproduction of growth hormone is diagnosed by giving a sugary drink and measuring the growth hormone level over the next few hours. The sugar should cause growth hormone production to reduce. However, this does not happen in acromegaly.

What happens if I have too little growth hormone?

Too little growth hormone (deficiency) results in poor growth in children. In adults, it causes a reduced sense of wellbeing, increased fat, increased risk of heart disease and weak heart, muscles and bones. The condition may be present from birth where the cause can be unknown, genetic or due to injury to the pituitary gland (during development or at birth).

Growth hormone deficiency may also develop in adults due to brain injury, a pituitary tumour or damage to the pituitary gland (for example, after brain surgery or radiotherapy for cancer treatment).

In the past, growth hormone treatment was stopped at the end of growth. It is now clear that growth hormone contributes to both bone mass and muscle mass reaching the best possible level, as well as reducing fat mass during development to an adult. The specialist is therefore likely to discuss the benefits of continuing growth hormone after growth has completed until age 25 to make sure bone and muscle mass reach the best possible level. Additionally, growth hormone has been linked to a sensation of wellbeing, specifically energy levels. There is evidence that 30-50% of adults with growth hormone deficiency feel tired to a level that impairs their wellbeing. These adults may benefit from lifelong treatment with growth hormone. Taking growth hormone when adult will not result in increased height.


1. Increased Muscle Strength
Human growth hormone has been known to improve physical capacity of individuals through stimulating collagen synthesis in the skeletal muscle and tendons, increasing muscle strength and improving exercise performance as a result.

In the International Journal of Endocrinology, a study with 14 healthy men at the ages of 50 to 70 were randomized into two groups. Seven subjects were administered HGH therapy with seven placebo subjects, and they were re-evaluated after six months. After six months, there was a significant increase in the leg press responsiveness muscles in the growth hormone group. Overall, the study concluded an increased muscle strength in the lower body after human growth hormone was administered in healthy men. In HGH-deficient adults, participants who were administered long-term HGH therapy experienced normalization of muscle strength, increased exercise capacity, and improved thermoregulation and body composition. (2)

2. Better Fracture Healing
Numerous of local growth factors and hormones are responsible for regulating mineral and bone metabolism, along with fracture healing. Administration of human growth hormone has been shown to speed up the regeneration of bone, making it a key part of bone healing. Applying growth factors like IGF-1 is known to stimulate the metabolism of bone.

In a study published in the journal BONE, growth hormone was systemically applied to recombinant species-specific rats by subcutaneous injections and was compared to the placebo group. As a result, the local growth factor application revealed a stronger effect on fracture healing than the systemic human growth hormone injection.

These observations suggest that the local application of growth hormone speeds up fracture healing significantly without systemic adverse effects. (3) Human growth hormone plays a crucial role in the repair of wear and tear and expedites healing. Researchers have reported the beneficial effects of HGH in enhancing the healing of injuries and wounds significantly. A randomized, controlled, double-blinded study for six months of HGH therapy or placebo in 28 healthy older men with low baseline plasma IGF-1 was conducted at the University of California's Department of Medicine. As a result, healthy older men who were administered growth hormone had enhanced collagen deposition during the wound-healing process, helping the healing process. (4)

3. Enhanced Weight Loss
Obese individuals have limited response to growth hormone stimuli release, and after successful reduction of weight, growth hormone responsiveness can be partial or complete. Growth hormone accelerates lipolysis, the breakdown of lipids and involves hydrolysis of triglycerides into glycerol and free fatty acids, and impaired secretion of human growth hormone leads to loss of lipolytic effect. Dietary restrictions and growth hormone treatment effects on anabolic and lipolytic actions as well as the changes in growth hormone secretions and insulin were investigated in a study published in Hormone Research. Twenty-four obese participants were on a hypocaloric diet and treated with recombinant human growth hormone or a placebo in a double-blinded, 12-week randomized study. As a result, growth hormone treatment caused a 1.6-fold increase in weight loss, with the greatest loss being visceral fat compared to the placebo.
In the placebo group, lean body mass was lost, whereas lean body mass was gained in the growth hormone group. This study suggests that in obese participants who eat a caloric-restriction diet, growth hormone accelerates the loss of body fat and improves growth hormone secretion. Thus, human growth hormone can serve a therapeutic role to help obese people lose weight. (5)

4. Stronger Bones
The pituitary gland stimulates the release of growth hormone and is essential for regulating bone growth, especially during puberty. Growth hormone stimulates the production of IGF-1, which is produced in the liver and released in the blood. With age, human growth hormone decreases and may be the cause of older individuals not being able to form or replace bone rapidly. The IGF-1/growth hormone duo stimulates bone-forming and bone-resorbing cells, leading to increased bone mass. (6)

5. Reduced Cardiovascular Disease Risk
Adults who are growth hormone-deficient have an increased risk for cardiovascular disease, leading to decreased life expectancy. In Sweden, 104 patients who are growth hormone-deficient were studied for cardiovascular disease risk. These patients had higher body mass and triglyceride concentrations compared to controls. These results suggest lipoprotein metabolism is altered by growth hormone deficiency, increasing the risk for cardiovascular disease. (7) 6. Improvement in Erectile Dysfunction

It's been suggested in recent studies that human growth hormone is responsible for male reproductive function and sexual maturation while deficiency is associated with loss of sexual erection and desire. Thirty-five healthy adult men and 45 participants with erectile dysfunction were exposed to tactile and visual stimuli in order to elicit penile tumescence in a German study. The increase in growth hormone was greater than 90 percent as determined during developing penile tumescence, followed by a transient decrease afterward.
This study suggests that penile erection may be induced by growth hormone through its stimulating activity on human corpus cavernosum smooth muscle, making it a potential natural remedy for impotence. (8)

7. Decreased Obesity
Insulin resistance and visceral/abdominal obesity are common in adults with hormone growth deficiency. Abdominal obesity is prevalent in individuals who show low growth hormone and insulin-like growth hormone serum concentrations as well. Human growth hormone treatment has demonstrated positive results in adults who are growth hormone-deficient in treating obesity naturally. Thirty men ages 48-66 with abdominal/visceral obesity were treated with recombinant human growth hormone in a nine-month, randomized, double-blind study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism. Abdominal and visceral adipose tissue decreased along with diastolic blood pressure, and improved insulin sensitivity was one of the favorable benefits of human growth hormone found. (9)

8. Better Mood and Cognitive Function
Quality of life and psychological well-being are restored when growth hormone therapy in growth hormone-deficient adults is administered. A Lithuanian study investigated the changes in cognitive function, mood and concentration from baseline after six months of treatment with human recombinant growth hormone. Eighteen adult patients with HGH deficiency participated in the study, and growth hormone was administered in 12 IU per week.

As a result, cognitive function and mood significantly increased after six months of therapy, according to mood scales. This study suggests that administering growth hormone can be a possible treatment option to improve cognitive function and mood in adults who are growth hormone-deficient. (10)

9. Better Sleep
The majority of the growth hormone pulsatile secretion happens just after the onset of sleep and continues to rise when the first hours of sleep are reached. Individuals who are going through sleep deprivation, such as people who work the night shift or late studiers, can be affected negatively throughout the day. Lack of sleep alters pituitary and hypothalamus function, further altering growth hormone release time. When sleep was deprived for 24 to 36 hours in a study conducted by the University of Chicago's Department of Medicine, human growth hormone release was drastically decreased and noticeably decreased in growth hormone peak values at night. The 24-hour pulse rate of growth hormone became random and more frequent throughout these waking hours. This study suggests that sleep deprivation can reduce growth hormone release the morning after and can severely disturb and alter the sleep-wake cycle. (11)



As soon as you start your Sermorelin cycle, the hormone triggers changes in your body. In the course of the first several weeks, they will be visible through increased energy and vitality, which in turn result in better productivity. Better concentration will also be among your Sermorelin results.

As far as your physique is concerned, Sermorelin expected results include better stamina and increased strength, helping you exercise more easily and productively. Finally, many patients report their mood gets better and the mood swings or depression that are sometimes characteristic of hormone disorders go away.


Sermorelin results after 2 months will already be visible. Sermorelin results that start showing some time after the 2nd month of therapy include better skin and better muscle tone, as the hormone helps your body regenerate cells faster. Due to cell regeneration, the muscles in your eyes that weaken with age will also strengthen, so you can expect first improvements in your eyesight and night vision. As your metabolism starts speeding up, you are likely to see first fat loss effects after 2 months of Sermorelin treatment.


This month is another important milestone. Sermorelin results after 3 months include first improvements in the look and condition of your hair. Also, this is when the anti-osteoporosis Sermorelin effects show up. Your bones will typically start getting stronger and less porous, and even though these are not the Sermorelin results you can actually see, you are likely to notice better flexibility and less pain in your joints. Besides, month 3 is when female patients will typically feel a pleasant change in their well-being: they can sometimes get rid of bad PMS symptoms, which aging women often suffer from. Negative effects of menopause will typically also reduce after 3 months of Sermorelin therapy.


Sermorelin before and after effects become more and more evident within the third-fourth month of your Sermorelin cycle. Your Sermorelin results affecting mood, energy, stamina, skin and hair condition continue to improve. As metabolism returns to its 'youthful' pace, you will typically see gradual fat loss and increasing muscle size, especially if Sermorelin therapy is combined with sports and exercise.


Month 5 is when you might want to make Sermorelin results before and after pics: within the fifth month, you typically notice well-visible improvements in the condition of your hair. It will typically become thicker, much more elastic, and shinier. Besides, skin discoloration that is another common symptom of aging will visibly lessen. All in all, Sermorelin results after 5 months will typically be fairly noticeable and your looks will be considerably improved.


When the 6th month of Sermorelin therapy ends, you can typically expect to have experienced all the Sermorelin before and after effects. Your overall health condition will typically be drastically improved, with results including:

Thanks to improved metabolism and the ability of human growth hormone to trigger muscle growth, after six months of treatment you will typically see miraculous effects related to your body shape. In addition to fat loss and muscle growth.

Sermorelin reduces cellulite and helps your body acquire better overall contours. With increased stamina, higher muscle, as well as stronger, more flexible bones, you will typically be better fit for exercise, show better results, and be able to handle even high intensity physical activities. Moreover, many aging patients report that after an Sermorelin cycle their hair not only became thicker and got better in texture, but also started restoring its natural color.


So, what is life like before and after Sermorelin? The Sermorelin results cycle can change both your appearance and your life for the better, influencing everything from sleep and mood to hair and skin condition. Here's what Sermorelin results before and after can be.

Your Looks

Before: graying and dry hair; first wrinkles and skin discoloration.

After: thicker, glossier, healthier hair, possibly fewer gray hairs or even restored original color; smoother and more elastic skin with improved skin tone.

Your Physical Shape

Before: higher fat to muscle ratio, poor muscle tone resulting in worse body shape; possibly extra weight.

After: leaner and more muscular body; fat loss; better body contours.

Your Physical Abilities

Before: low stamina and strength; worsening eyesight, especially in the dark.

After: increased endurance and ability to do intense exercise; better results in sports; improved vision.

Your Well-Being

Before: poor sleep; low energy and depressed mood; poor concentration and productivity.

After: deep and healthy sleep; improved vitality and stable, optimistic mood; increased mental ability and productivity.






An Alternative to


Human Growth Hormone (HGH) produced by recombinant gene technology has been used extensively for anti-aging therapy during the past decade. Some of the symptoms of low HGH levels, include a declining sex drive, lower energy levels, drowsy, sleepiness and fatigue, an accumulation of body fat and adipose tissue around the mid section, decreased mental clarity, skin wrinkling on the face, neck and hands, and declining immune system. HGH (Human Growth Hormone) is mostly secreted at night during REM sleep. HGH is critical in maintaining the organs and tissues in our body. HGH levels are highest during youth and puberty, but then decline once our body has reached it mature size, and HGH production summits in our youth. When we reach 30 to 40 years of age, the decline of HGH is approximately 1 to 2 percent each calendar year that passes. At the age of 40, our HGH levels are less than half of what they were when we were in our early 20′s.

The most outward visible benefits of increasing HGH includes tighter, softer and plumper, supple skin – your skin will look more like it did when you were younger. Wrinkles decline, skin sagging is reduced and thin skin firms up and holds more water, as skin cells were generally, when one is at a younger age. People tend to report a renewed sense of vitality and mental clarity, alleviating many of the health problems and maladies associated with aging. HGH Reduces body fat, increases vitality and energy, increases endurance, increases strength, speeds up wound healing, strengthens cardiovascular system, improves sleep quality, benefits the immune system, increases IGF-1 production, increases and strengthens the mineralization of bones—hence improving bone density.

Now it’s possible to inexpensively, safely, effectively and legally increase natural production of Human Growth Hormone, by using Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides (GHRP) and Growth Hormone Releasing Hormones (GHRH).

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Sermorelin: A better approach to management of adult-onset growth hormone insufficiency?

Use of growth-hormone-releasing peptide-6 (GHRP-6) for the prevention of multiple organ failure

Growth hormone (GH)–releasing hormone and GH secretagogues in normal aging: Fountain of Youth or Pool of Tantalus?

Acceleration of wound healing by growth hormone-releasing hormone and its agonists


Cancer Risks in Patients Treated With Growth Hormone in Childhood: The SAGhE European Cohort Study
Anthony J. Swerdlow Rosie Cooke Dominique Beckers Birgit Borgström Gary ButlerJean-Claude Carel Stefano Cianfarani Peter Clayton Joël Coste Annalisa Deodati
The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, Volume 102, Issue 5, 1 May 2017, Pages 1661-1672,

"Overall, our study, with much larger numbers of GH-treated patients followed long-term than previously, does not suggest that GH treatment affects the risk of cancer incidence or mortality for the outcomes and durations of follow-up for which our analyses have substantial data. The lack of increased risk with greater cumulative dose or duration of treatment, key variables for which data have not been published previously, makes a causal relation less likely."





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