Egrifta contains tesamorelin, an acetate salt that contains the identical sequence of amino acids to GHRH, and mannitol, experts say. Other sources add that tesamorelin can also contain sodium chloride and both dibasic and monobasic sodium phosphate. The acetate is available in the form of powder, intended to be injected under the skin. Older products used Sermorelin, which was another artifical form of GHRH – although it only contained twenty-nine of the original forty-four amino acids. considers it the shortest fragment of GHRH that is fully functional, and it is still used to test levels of HGH secretion.
Used for thousands of years - Boswellic acid is known to exert anti-inflammatory effects. It is thought that by preventing the breakdown of connective tissue, and by increasing the blood supply to joint tissues, Boswellic acts as an anti-inflammatory. In fact, in one study, Boswellia performed better than prescription drugs at reducing the inflammation of osteo and rheumatory arthritis. It also sometimes performs better than aspirin, acetaminophen and other NSAIDS (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory aides) at reducing general arthritis pain.
I am 3 (three!) days into an 8 week 60mg ED Anavar-only Cycle. The Anavar I have procured are 10mg Pharmacom Oxandrolonos and they look like the real deal. They were purchased from an official distributor and are blister packed etc etc. My diet is good and includes Milk Thistle
I have done about 6 Anavar cycles over the past 8 years so I know what to expect however this time I cannot help feeling lethargic and unmotivated, tired and mainly fatigued. I have to force myself to work out and when I wake up in the morning I dont feel well rested. I force myself to work hard in the Gym but the other 23 other hours in the day are a real struggle. I nap on my lunch etc!
I dont want to come off the AAS so soon but Is there anything you recommend I should supplement my body with to fend off these undesired effects? Does anyone have any similar experiences? I have read promising things about supplementing with Zinc, B Complex and Magnesium