January 2017


A new way of using an old Hormone

Just like with us some scientists are really interested in effect of anabolic steroids with or without recombinant Growth Hormone, maybe not for the same reasons it interests us, but their research is very interesting for us iron adepts. The research results from Professor Ken Ho and Dr. Vita Birzniece are discussed in many discussion-forums, but not that many people on the forums are aware of the full impact of the results. Just look at the broad line of their research on the somatropin axis – doping – testosterone and application and doses.

If you want answers to this questions, you’ll find in all corners of the internet, the same article with high percentages of collagen increases by anabolic steroids. Many people copy and paste the same article sooner or later in almost every thread (posted below in blue). As with many online articles is difficult to find out who was the first one to post and like many articles this article doesn’t reveal its sources or the scientific studies that back up the claims.

Pramipexole is a dopamine agonist belonging to the same class of drugs as Cabergoline. Dopamine agonists function directly on dopamine receptors and imitate the endogenous neurotransmitter. Basically, Pramipexole is used for the treatment of the early stage of Parkinson’s Disease, along with the Restless Legs Syndrome (RDS). The drug has also shown promising signs in the treatment of bipolar depression, although it has never officially held this label. Recently, Pramipexole has been used for headaches and to help get rid of the problems related to sexual dysfunction. Furthermore, this medication is extremely beneficial for bodybuilders, whether natural or enhanced.

While low testosterone (“low T”) is more common among older men, it can also affect men under 30. What causes low T in young men?

Regardless of your age, a loss of sex drive, the development of impotence, and/or reduced muscle mass and strength; should give any knowledgeable doctor a red flag that T levels aren't on par.