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Humatrope pen Lilly 24mg 72IU

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Product name: Humatrope
Manufacturer :Lilly France S.A.S
Presentation :cartridge powder 72 IU 24 mg + dispencer with solvent
Active chemical : Somatropin (Rekombinant DNA) HGH

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Presentationof HGH Humatrope pen Lilly 24mg 72IU

Product name: Humatrope
Manufacturer :Lilly France S.A.S
Presentation :cartridge powder 72 IU 24 mg + dispencer with solvent
Active chemical : Somatropin (Rekombinant DNA) HGH

Humatrope pen Lilly 24mg 72IU is a naturally occurring substance secreted by the anterior pituitary gland. It is essential for normal growth and development. Growth hormone (GH)is secreted by the pituitary gland since birth and the levels peak around late adolescence. In the 2nd decade of life, the levels of growth hormone began to decline. For more than 40 years growth hormone has been available to treat specific medical disorders. However, in the past 3 decades, growth hormone mania has hit the market and everyone wants to take it. The middle aged and elderly seem to think GH can reverse aging, the young teenagers want to build their bodies and the sports athletes want to perform better. Of all the drugs abused by sports athletes, Growth hormone probably ranks in the top three.

What Humatrope pen Lilly 24mg 72IU?

Humatrope pen Lilly 24mg 72IU, abbreviated as HGH, hGH and GH, is the hormone that activates cell production, growth, and metabolic processes within the human body. Secreted by the anterior pituitary located just inside the base of the skull, GH is responsible for working in conjunction with other hormones in the body to stimulate and regulate proper human growth and development. GH levels generally reach their all time high at puberty and significantly decline around the age of 40.

Humatrope pen Lilly 24mg 72IU, abbreviated as HGH, hGH and GH, is the hormone that activates cell production, growth, and metabolic processes within the human body. Secreted by the anterior pituitary located just inside the base of the skull, GH is responsible for working in conjunction with other hormones in the body to stimulate and regulate proper human growth and development. GH levels generally reach their all time high at puberty and significantly decline around the age of 40.