fat loss

HCG is a very remarkable and very potent hormone. A very underestimated hormone. HCG is officially used for the treatment of infertility.  Now all kinds of new medical uses are found. In a small study, HCG injections provided remarkably effective pain relief for patients with fibromyalgia and others who suffered from severe, intractable pain. For women who suffer from PCOS (Polycystic ovary syndrome) and who have problems with ovulation, taking hCG  could stimulate the body to ovulate.

HCG is commonly used during and after steroid cycles to maintain and restore testicular size as well as normal testosterone production. HCG helps restore and maintain testosterone production in the testes by mimicking LH and triggering the production and release of testosterone.

HCG is also used for people who suffer from hypogonadism ( underdeveloped testes), as it can stimulate their growth and function, therefore increasing testosterone production.

Even though on March 2014 a new study on pain management was published: "Combined use of oxytocin and human chorionic gonadotropin in intractable pain patients."  And I do find oxytocin (OT), sometimes referred to as the "bonding hormone" or the “cuddle hormone”,. OT exerts powerful action in the neuroanatomy of intimacy and also acts as a neurotransmitter in the brain.

Without any doubt these medical uses of HCG are much more relevant for all people involved, I would like to post on the “HCG DIET”. Well.. users report less pain in the joints and muscles and a mood improvement, while losing weight. It looks like a “win-win situation” to me.

Patented

HCG usage as a treatment for pain-management are already patented: US20120265712 titled: Methods for Chronic Pain Management

Globesity

An escalating global epidemic of overweight and obesity – “globesity” – is taking over many parts of the world.

In the USA more than one third is considered overweight. He diet, nutrition and supplement industry has become a 29 billion industry and there is no indication that it will slow down anytime soon

With billions of dollars at stake supplement companies and pharmaceutical companies alike are rushing to get more products and options out to market in order to grab a piece of the pie. In some cases older remedies are being made available even though the studies have been inconclusive in regards to its effectiveness.

One product that has enjoyed a rise in popularity has been hCG or human chorionic gonadotropin. HCG is a hormone produced by woman early on in pregnancy and currently used to treat infertility. Other reported uses for the hormone include testosterone replacement, increase in sperm count and of course weight loss, which was made popular by Dr. Simeons.

Is Oral HCG and Sublingual HCG a Fraud?

The science of topical fat loss 2

Lets face it almost everyone has some spots of fat he or she wants to get rid off. This is called spot-reduction. I wrote about it here http://juicedmuscle.com/jmblog/content/helios-injectable-liposuction

This particular item was and is very popular and thats why the lab asked me to develop a lotion or cream. Because it became also very popular by females. A beauty clinic that also bougt phosphocholine (meso) products, wanted it for its female clients, that didn't want to inject on a daily basis and wanted to continue at home with a non-injectable alternative.I made a few different ones with a different formula. First of course the topical version of the injectable. Later a version with Glycyrrhetinic acid, becuase scientific research showed some stunning succes in fat loss with this active ingredient.. The lab later stopped production of creams and lotions due to the high price of the active ingredients and the big amount of work. They conciddered production in China, but decided to stick to their core business. I would really loved it to create new  topical products and tried them on female friends to messure the results as i used to, but...sad

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Yohimbine pharmacology

 

People not trained in the medical professions usually have the impression that, with thousands of medications stocked at a well-sorted pharmacy, we have the power to interfere with human physiology in thousands of ways, each specific to a certain medication.

But this impression is wrong. The scope of what can be achieved with medications in general is much narrower than commonly believed.

There are a few well-established fields in which we can achieve a physiological effect through pharmacological means, and these windows of therapy are widely exploited for the treatment of a wide range of conditions, and with dozens or hundreds of medications that all have a basically similar effect.