IGF-1 as a supplement; not a miracle
“IGF-1 acts on several different tissues to enhance growth. IGF1 belongs in the ’superfamily’ of substances known as ‘growth factors,’ along with epidermal (skin), transforming; platelet derived fibroblast, nerve, and ciliary neurotrophic growth factors. None of the other factors have any bearing on exoskeletal tissue incidentally however These agents all have in common the ability to stimulate cell division, known as mitogenesis, and cell differentiation.”
Above is a snippet of info I noticed whilst looking at Revitropin (IGF-1 Long R3) on a site owned by a company called Neo Genica (just google search revitropin).
After doing a search on threads with IGF-1 mentioned I found that the general perception about its relation to PE was that it only stimulates muscular hyperplasia (an actual splitting of cells rather than a mere swelling or hypertrophy). The above quote I pasted seems to suggest otherwise.
“Every thing IGF1 touches will grow”
Now it’s certainly clear that it’s easy for me to highlight the more desirable sounding, claimed, effects and I can pretty much guarantee that those who read about it will notice some not so desirable side effects that comes with the drug. I’m also not simply saying “Take this wonder drug and without any other effort your unit will grow.” I would just like for a few of the members who are more experienced than me to cross examine the above quotes and still tell me that IGF-1 could never be utilised as an effective supplement to fully recover, repair and even help to split and create new cells within the anatomy of the penis after working out.
With a lot more research carried out by myself on this product I basically looking to inject this stuff as close to my dick as possible. The site suggests that you inject subcutaneously into the abdominal fat tissue. I was thinking more along the line of injecting it into the pubic bone fat pad.