The growth factor IGF-1 had shown some success in promoting myelin formation, so a Society-funded team led by Stephane Genoud, PhD (The Salk Institute, La Jolla, Calif.), injected it into mice with EAE. The injections actually worsened the disease. (Journal of Neuroimmunology 2005; 168:40-5) Such failures are important to pinpoint before they affect people with MS in clinical trials.
I would expect HGH to be "illegal" without a prescription, in most developed countries. However, those same countries may legally use HGH for the "appropriate" medical condition, by a trained medical profesional. I also think that the HGH you get through body builders has a history of not being made for human applications.Meercat5 wrote:Well, I experience great difficulties in obtaining HGH. It is illegal here and I am trying to make a contact with someone from bodybuilding forum since those people use HGH too…
Intravenous administration of some amino acids is known to result in a significant growth-hormone release. For example, the 52% rise in serum arginine that occurs after low dose, intravenous arginine infusion is associated with a significant rise in serum growth hormone levels. In fact, clinicians routinely use an arginine infusion test to determine the responsiveness of the pituitary to releasing growth hormone in humans.(1-2) Intravenous ornithine also increases growth hormone release in humans, producing a five-fold increase in serum growth hormone in 45 minutes.(3)
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