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Boston, Massachusetts – Our state-of-the-art compounding pharmacy has focused their considerable knowledge on producing a Second Generation HGH medication that delivers greater benefits to the patient at a price that is far more affordable than rHGH. Our exciting new product, SERMORELIN GHRP2, has proven to be much more effective and have a more profound effect on body composition.

When combined with our Testosterone Replacement Therapy protocols, the results are amazing…

Testosterone Replacement Therapy with Sermorelin GHRP2

Testosterone Replacement Therapy with Sermorelin GHRP2

When we’re young, our bodies produce a growth hormone releasing factor that triggers our pituitary gland to produce and release human growth hormone (hGH) in levels that are sufficient to sustain good health and vitality. However, as we age, growth hormone releasing factor declines causing a decrease in the production and secretion of pituitary hGH. This often results in a growth hormone deficiency that can erode health, diminish vigor and vitality, and lead to a host of undesirable symptoms.

A Natural, Effective, Affordable Alternative

Traditionally, adult growth hormone deficiency (AGHD) has been treated by substituting natural hGH with recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH). Now, our breakthrough product, SERMORELIN GHRP2 offers a natural, effective, and affordable alternative to recombinant human growth hormone for those suffering the symptoms of age-related growth hormone deficiency.

Developed in 1998 by Serono Laboratories, Inc., the makers of Saizen hGH, FDA approved Sermorelin is the most natural and effective treatment for AGHD. As a releasing agent, SERMORELIN GHRP2 triggers the pituitary gland to produce your own natural growth hormone. Your body regulates the level and frequency of hGH release, so you don’t experience the side effects associated with injected rhGH.

No need to cycle on/off Sermorelin GHRP2


SERMORELIN GHRP2 requires no off-cycles. In fact, the longer you use it, the better your pituitary gland functions, more like it did when you were younger!!  In addition, SERMORELIN GHRP2 can be used to re-stimulate the natural production of human growth hormone, making it a very effective off-cycle medication for those on an injected rhGH therapy program.

At our pharmacy, we’ve combined the pituitary-supporting effects of Sermorelin with the stimulating action of GHRP-2 (Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide). GHRP-2 stimulates the pituitary gland which causes an increase in growth hormone release. In addition to amplifying your GH releasing Hormone, GHRP-2 also acts to suppress other hormones that inhibit your body’s natural growth hormone secretion. GHRP-2 also supports your central nervous system by protecting neurons, as well as, increasing strength similar to the way certain steroids in the dihydrotestosterone family do.

As detailed below, our SERMORELIN GHRP2 will include the following benefits:

  • Increases Energy, Provides Mental Clarity and Improves Mood
  • Improves Physical and Mental Functioning
  • Improves Immune System, Skin Elasticity and Strengthens Hair
  • Huge Metabolism Increases
  • Improves Cholesterol levels, Lowers Blood Pressure, Protects the Heart
  • Decreases Body Fat
  • Increases lean muscle mass

Restore Your Health and Vitality!


Bottom line, restoring optimal growth hormone levels can sustain and promote youthful anatomy and physiology, thereby helping to restore the health and vitality often lost with age-related growth hormone deficiency. SERMORELIN GHRP2 not only provides the youth restoring benefits of hGH on body composition, it also helps maintain good pituitary health.

Now available with GHRP-6 included for a greater natural HGH release.

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What to Expect from Sermorelin GHRP2 therapy…

If you follow the guidelines set out by our Doctor and exercise regularly with a clean diet, you can expect to see these dramatic changes from your increased HGH levels as soon as 3-6 months from beginning your therapy……

1.    Benefits to the Immune System

A major benefit of increasing HGH levels is that an increase of the hormone can actually give the immune system a powerful boost; resetting it to back when it was strongest in our younger years. You may be wondering how this is possible. It’s simple, really. I’ll try to explain: The Human Growth Hormone regenerates cells. White blood cells, which help fight disease, are increased and the production of red blood cells is enhanced. Also, macrophages needed to defend against bacteria are boosted. New antibodies are created and the production of interleukin 2 and T-cells is elevated.

Explanation of Benefit:

Basically this means you’ll encounter significantly fewer infections, colds, flues or other maladies that will try to slow you down. If you do get sick, which everyone does once in a while, the time it takes for you to recover is shortened. Surprisingly, these positive effects on the immune system are often the most frequently overlooked set of benefits associated with successful HGH therapy.

2. HGH Benefits Lean Muscle Growth

Who doesn’t want more lean muscle and less fat? HGH benefits more than the immune system after all. It helps people enhance their physical presence by gaining weight in all the right places. Not to worry, weight gained is in muscle not fat.

Our research in action:

According to recent research, people who take this hormone decrease their body fat by an impressive average of 15%. What’s even better, the research also concluded that people increased their amount of lean muscle by an average of 8% by supplementing their daily regiments with a human growth hormone supplement.

Power Users: If your primary objective is to speed up muscle growth, stimulate new muscle development by increasing protein synthesis, or to increase your overall muscle strength, you should read our popular article on using HGH for Bodybuilding and other performance enhancing purposes.

It doesn’t hurt that your metabolism will get a boost allowing you to burn calories at a faster rate. The calories that would have once contributed to your love handles, thighs, and abs are now converted into fuel used to build lean muscle. Losing unwanted fat not only makes you look and feel better, it can make you look years younger as well.

3. HGH Benefits Your Endurance Levels

Let’s face it, we live in a fast paced society that never slows down no matter how tired we get. HGH benefits our overall endurance levels by providing needed energy and vitality. Your moods get better and your outlook on life gets brighter, all stemming from the use of natural HGH supplements in increase your body’s natural hormone level.

Interesting Fact: This mood-elevating benefit is a natural byproduct of healthy body systems, found after a successful increase of existing growth hormone levels. Some users have compared this natural effect to the effects of prescription anti-depressants that synthetically create feelings of well-being and happiness in clinically depressed men and women).

Your expectations and attitudes will become invigorated as your concentration and ability to think things through skyrockets. With the right attitude and ability to keep your thoughts in check, not only will you be able to make it through an endurance packed workout, you won’t struggle to pay attention at work, in class or anywhere else in your life.

These particular benefits are our personal favorites. It’s not often that you hear about something that can naturally elevate your mood and outlook on life as well as HGH can.

We’ve analyzed countless sources of data and information on various efficiency studies and clinical trials and the results almost never change. The facts are consistent between research: Skin, nails and hair all reap the benefits of elevated growth hormone levels–caused by successful HGH optimization as an adult.

Think about this: What would you say if you could make your face look a decade younger?

4. Effects on Skin

You look younger because wrinkles are reduced. The skin on your face thickens. Contours are more noticeable and youthful looking, hydration and elasticity sets in. In some documented cases, burned skin is repaired and ulcerated wounds close. Fine lines fade and deep, set in wrinkles become less noticeable all due to cell rejuvenation.

5. Effects on Finger and Toenails

Nails grow stronger and longer. This is possible because cellulite patches disappear. Nail beds are healthier and cuticles stronger.

6. Effects on Hair Growth

Thanks to the countless benefits of HGH, your hair begins to grow in its natural shade of color and it also grows in thicker and stronger. One study attributed new hair growth in 38% of its clinical participants to HGH supplementation. Pretty impressive, right?

7. Improvements in Sex Drive

As the body ages, its natural to experience a decrease in sex drive. HGH benefits sex drive in both men and women. Both sexes have reported a significant increase in enhanced orgasms. The want/desire to have sex returns and both men and women are able to perform when the desire and opportunity presents itself.

8. Sexual-Health Benefits of HGH:

Sexual Function Returns

Vaginal Dryness Disappears

Multiple Orgasms

Menstrual and Post-Menstrual Symptoms Decrease

Heightened Pleasure

Increased Male Potency

In humans who have an unnatural deficiency of their growth hormone levels, frequent problems arise relating to lack of sexual libido or sexual desires of any kind. GH-deficient males have trouble producing and maintaining erections and GH-deficient females have extra trouble getting in the mood for sexual activity. Having an orgasm is often impossible for individuals with severe deficiencies.

9. HGH Benefits Brain Function

This whole section is an astonishing concept that I still have trouble believe sometimes. The fact that we can naturally increase the power of the human mind (without the negative side effects of harmful stimulants) is almost too hard to believe, even for a researcher like myself. Sometimes I have to just take a step back from everything and think about how far we’ve come with medical advancements in the past century.

How does HGH increase brain power?

Without neurons, our brain and nervous systems wouldn’t be able to function properly. As we age, neurons can become damaged and slow down. Neurons are a permanent fixture and though we cannot grow new neurons, thanks to HGH, we can rejuvenate and repair the ones we have.

Explanation of Benefit:

The health of your neurons drastically affects your ability to learn, call memories to action and be as intelligent as you set out to be. Living with unhealthy neurons in the brain can cause many stressful situations where cognitive performance is less than satisfactory. By supplementing your body with additional growth hormone, you can gradually restore the health of such neurons in your brain.

Just another benefit to add to the long list: Human Growth Hormone has the ability to enhance cellular defense mechanisms. This defense mechanism prevents free radicals from doing their damage to cells and promotes a typical increase in healthiness of the human body.

Did you know HGH can also stimulate brain cells into rejuvenating themselves?

That’s pretty cool, right? All of these benefits are possible since the human growth hormone is naturally produced in the body at an early age. By increasing the levels of HGH as an adult, we can virtually reset the clock on our lives and give our body systems the youthful reminder they need to keep producing natural goodies. Anyway, let’s go back to the topic of HGH stimulating brain cells and promoting rejuvenation.

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Why our loved ones, our Dads and our Husbands need to check their testosterone levels immediately!!

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High Testosterone Levels Linked to Lower Heart Disease Risk in Men

by Deanna Kidd on Fri, Oct 28, 2011


According to a recent study, elderly men who have HIGHER testosterone levels are less susceptible to stroke and heart attack than those with low testosterone. A report of the study appeared in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology, and it involved the observation of 2,400 Swedish men in their 70s and 80s. The results showed that men who belonged to the quarter of the group with the highest testosterone levels were 30% less likely to suffer from stroke and heart attack than the other subjects.

 Leader of the study, Ana Tivesten from the Sahlgrenska University Hospital, said that elderly men with high levels of testosterone have relative protection against cardiovascular conditions, and therefore, those who have lower testosterone levels are at greater risk of contracting heart problems.

Although she did not participate in the study, physician and medical investigator from the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, JoAnn Manson, said that low testosterone levels may serve as a marker of other health problems that increase the risk of heart disease in men. She also said that one of the possible reasons why men with higher testosterone levels enjoy better cardiovascular protection is that they have more lean muscles and less body fat.

Testosterone replacement therapy improves the effectiveness of treatment for erectile dysfunction in men with low testosterone

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By: EPG Patient Direct


The TADTEST study examined whether adding testosterone replacement therapy could improve sexual function in men with erectile dysfunction(ED) who had not responded to the PDE5 inhibitor tadalafil, a prescription drug used to treat ED. It also investigated the effect that testosterone levels had on response to a PDE5 inhibitor to see if there was a threshold value for testosterone therapy to improve the effectiveness of PDE5 inhibitor therapy.

The 173 men (age 45–80 years) in the study had not responded to 4 weeks of treatment with the PDE5 inhibitor tadalafil 10 mg once a day. For the next 12 weeks men continued treatment with the PDE5 inhibitor with the addition of either testosterone gel once a day or a dummy drug (placebo gel). The dose of the testosterone gel could be doubled if sexual function did not improve sufficiently.

Key Findings

  • Improvements in erectile function and the ability to have successful intercourse were significantly better for men with testosterone levels ≤300 ng/dL or ≤10.4 nmol/L (a widely accepted definition of hypogonadism or low testosterone) at the start of the study when using the testosterone gel in addition to the PDE5 inhibitor than for men in the PDE5 inhibitor plus placebo gel group (see Figure)
  • Men with lower levels of testosterone at the start of the study responded less well to PDE5 inhibitor therapy alone.

Source: Hypogonadal men nonresponders to the PDE5 inhibitor tadalafil benefit from normalization of testosterone levels with a 1% hydroalcoholic testosterone gel in the treatment of erectile dysfunction (TADTEST study). Buvat J, Montorsi F, Maggi M, et al. J Sex Med 2011;8(1):284-293.

Background information
Around a third of men with ED receiving PDE5 inhibitor therapy do not benefit from treatment.

  • There is evidence that the effectiveness of these ED drugs depends in part on testosterone levels
  • Having testosterone deficiency seems to predict a poor response to drugs for ED
  • Other studies have also shown that adding testosterone therapy to ED therapy may help to improve erectile function in men with low testosterone
  • However, these studies did not compare results for men who did receive testosterone therapy or a dummy (placebo) treatment.

This comparative study shows that men with low testosterone levels may benefit from the addition of testosterone replacement therapy to optimal therapy for ED.

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Part II. Testosterone and the Heart

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Part II. 

Abdominal Obesity, Insulin Resistance

A growing number of studies have linked androgen deficiency to insulin resistance, as well as increased abdominal obesity. These two factors are also common with men suffering from cardiovascular disease, and may directly contribute to (among other things) endothelial cell dysfunction and vascular damage. Androgen substitution has been shown in several studies to reduce midsection fat deposits, increase glucose tolerance, and improve the overall metabolic state. It has additionally been postulated that due to the important role of testosterone in managing insulin sensitivity, androgen deficiency may be a contributing factor to adult-onset (type 2) diabetes. Likewise, the substitution of testosterone in aging men with hypogonadism might reduce the likelihood of developing diabetes.

Endothelial Function

The endothelium is a layer of cells that lines the blood vessels throughout the entire circulatory system. These cells are responsible for managing the passage of some materials in and out of the blood vessels, and supporting the flow of blood through the system. Endothelial cells play a role in vasoconstriction and vasodilation, they regulate certain inflammatory processes, and they’re involved in blood clotting and in supporting the formation of new blood vessels. Endothelial dysfunction is linked to androgen deficiency in men, and may result in elevated blood pressure (hypertension), vascular ‘stiffness,’ and significantly increased risk of cardiovascular disease. Likewise, replacement of testosterone in men with a deficiency has been shown to improve endothelial function, blood vessel dilation, arterial vasoreactivity, and blood flow.

One additional important ‘endpoint’ of improvement to this therapy appears to be an increase in endothelial progenitor cell activity, which helps repair damage to the vascular system.


Traditionally, most physicians are extremely cautious with testosterone drugs. Many family doctors are very willing to prescribe estrogens to their female menopausal patients complaining of symptoms such as sexual dysfunction, but when it comes to their male patients with similar complaints, the response is often different. Many of these same physicians are much more willing to prescribe a drug like Viagra than the basic male androgen testosterone. Some mistakenly consider testosterone to be ‘too dangerous’ to give most of their patients, and reserve its use for extreme cases. And when testosterone is considered, it is given only for a very narrow and specific set of psychological or physical symptoms.

Of course in the era of AndroGel, some physicians are much more enlightened. Still, the troubling common fear of this hormone remains. Perhaps this is changing, and perhaps the accepted set of symptoms and therapies for prescribing this hormone is changing.

It seems clear that we can no longer paint testosterone as simply a ‘bad’ hormone for the cardiovascular system. While excessive high-level elevations of this hormone may indeed damage an individual’s cardiovascular health, we have strong evidence that within a certain physiological range, it may also protect the cardiovascular system from some of the same health issues. As such, its replacement may indeed turn out to be very important medical intervention for millions of men across the country, helping us to not only live better— but also live longer.

After all this time, it appears that this very controversial hormone, the same steroid demonized in the media, might actually help reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease in aging male patients. The study we reviewed this month is, likewise, something all men should take to heart— literally.


1. The Dark Side of Testosterone Deficiency: III. Cardiovascular Disease. Traish AM, Saad F et al. Journal of Andrology, April 2, 2009. ePub, Ahead of Print.

Part I. Testosterone and the Heart – A New Era?

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Testosterone and the Heart— A New Era?

If you are a man, at some point in your life you are likely to be a candidate for hormone replacement therapy. As we age, our testosterone levels decline, and with them often a number of physical and psychological characteristics. It has long been understood that low testosterone levels can be linked to reduced libido, sexual dysfunction, diminished energy, and a reduced overall sense of well-being. For these reasons, replacement therapy with testosterone drugs is a strong and steadily growing area of medicine for aging men.

Beyond these basic facts, testosterone remains a controversial drug. Its abuse is linked to changes in the body that may increase the likelihood of cardiovascular disease, and partly because of this, the potential benefits and risks of testosterone replacement therapy have long been the subject of much debate. Is this therapy actually safe?

In recent years, evidence has been surfacing that testosterone replacement may actually reduce cardiovascular disease risk. Usually isolated in scope, these papers concern many favorable changes in cardiovascular health markers, such as the management of triglycerides and cholesterol. I believe I’ve discussed some of these papers in this column before. Hopefully, a paper published in the Journal of Andrology will further this discussion a great deal.

This 37-page report entitled “The Dark Side of Testosterone Deficiency” is the third in a series of papers covering the potential benefits of hormone replacement therapy in men.1 It specifically reviews the mounting evidence in favor of the use of testosterone for reducing heart disease risk, addressing the most detailed and relevant studies on the subject. This is the most extensive paper on testosterone therapy and heart disease to date, and covers several specific potential benefits.

Growing evidence suggests that testosterone administration may actually reduce the risk of heart disease in older men.

Serum Lipids

One of the first potential benefits of testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) reviewed in this paper is the management of triglyceride and cholesterol levels. As detailed in a growing number of studies, testosterone replacement therapy consistently improves the lipid profile in men with hormone deficiency. The most consistent endpoints of improvement appear to be a reduction in total cholesterol, a reduction in LDL (‘bad’) cholesterol, and a lowering of serum triglycerides. The improvements in lipid profile appear to be more pronounced in older men, although both young and old populations tend to show improvements in serum lipids when testosterone is given to correct a deficient state.

The effect of TRT on HDL (‘good’) cholesterol levels is less consistent. Studies giving testosterone gels, patches, or the longest-acting ester (testosterone undecanoate) tend to show improvement or no consistent effect on HDL. Studies with the more common esters such as cypionate and enanthate tend to show minor decreases in HDL during therapy, likely owing to the brief supraphysiological peaks for several days after administration. Note that HDL is often improved when TRT is combined with exercise and other lifestyle modifications.

Inflammatory Markers

Androgen deficiency is associated with an increase in certain inflammatory markers that can support the progression of atherosclerosis. Testosterone replacement therapy has been shown to reduce some of the same inflammatory mediators, specifically TNF-alpha (tumor necrosis factor-alpha) and IL-1B (interleukin-1beta).

Inflammation in the vascular system is an especially important concern with heart disease. For one, vascular inflammation is associated with the deposition of arterial plaque, a key component of this disease. Inflammation of the blood vessels may also damage the arteries, making them both thicker and weaker. Scarring may be noticed, and blood flow may be reduced. All of this can restrict blood flow and reduce the heart’s blood pumping capacity.

By helping to reduce the production of TNF-alpha and IL-1B, hormone replacement therapy may reduce inflammation, vascular damage, and the chance for atherosclerosis. Again, instead of seeing a neutral or ‘negative’ effect, we find a specific improvement in the cardiovascular disease risk profile with the administration of this drug.