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Hgh and blood sugar

I recently bought a product called pump dirt by the company innovapharm which contains two different herbs (banaba leaf extract & Gymnema Sylvestre extract) which both lower blood sugar. I was wondering If I could still run hgh along with this if so what would be the best protocol since they both effect insulin levels. And yes my hgh is pharma grade.
 
I recently bought a product called pump dirt by the company innovapharm which contains two different herbs (banaba leaf extract & Gymnema Sylvestre extract) which both lower blood sugar. I was wondering If I could still run hgh along with this if so what would be the best protocol since they both effect insulin levels. And yes my hgh is pharma grade.

Yes, high blood sugar can negate HGH's ability to perform at its best. But I don't think that, given normal blood sugar levels, it would be necessary to approach the use of HGH any differently.
So my only question is, are you certain that these two products actually serve to normalize blood sugar levels?
 
The product is used for shuttling carbohydrates directly into skeletal muscle for enhanced intra-muscular glycogen storage but to answer your question yes both herbs lower blood sugar levels
 
The product is used for shuttling carbohydrates directly into skeletal muscle for enhanced intra-muscular glycogen storage but to answer your question yes both herbs lower blood sugar levels

In theory.

I don’t believe there’s a lot of clinical studies behind it.
 
In theory.

In theory and only in theory, indeed, Gruntwerkz.

I don’t believe there’s a lot of clinical studies behind it.

I conducted a quick internet search relative to "pump dirt banaba leaf extract and gymnema sylvestre extract", but located no amount of such clinical studies.
So I suppose, um, uh ... er, Bigpackage could imbibe those products, run a blood panel and then, based upon its results, decide whether or not to run HGH. But, one way or the other, he simply must get a handle on his blood sugar prior to his using HGH.
 
In theory and only in theory, indeed, Gruntwerkz.



I conducted a quick internet search relative to "pump dirt banaba leaf extract and gymnema sylvestre extract", but located no amount of such clinical studies.
So I suppose, um, uh ... er, Bigpackage could imbibe those products, run a blood panel and then, based upon its results, decide whether or not to run HGH. But, one way or the other, he simply must get a handle on his blood sugar prior to his using HGH.

I’m a believer is 99% of supplements are garbage.

Pre-workouts? Okay energy is nice, what’s even better is a good nights sleep and a black cup of coffee. Worried about pumps? Try some cialis. Herbs for blood sugar? Maybe a better diet? Or if you’re truly trying to manipulate that whole process then maybe insulin - even though I’m against it.

For most “supplements” theres an actual drug they’re mimicking the effects of, you may as well just use the fucking drug and be done with it.
 
I’m a believer is 99% of supplements are garbage.

Pre-workouts? Okay energy is nice, what’s even better is a good nights sleep and a black cup of coffee. Worried about pumps? Try some cialis. Herbs for blood sugar? Maybe a better diet? Or if you’re truly trying to manipulate that whole process then maybe insulin - even though I’m against it.

For most “supplements” theres an actual drug they’re mimicking the effects of, you may as well just use the fucking drug and be done with it.


I couldn't possibly agree with you any more, Grunt.
 
The only supplements that ever worked were prohormones and calling them supplements was just a way to market them, as the term designer steroids doesn’t sound as good as “supplement.”

In my mind, "terribly dangerous crap" is the best way in which to describe prohormones. But that's just me.
 
In my mind, "terribly dangerous crap" is the best way in which to describe prohormones. But that's just me.

That it is Eddie, and it’s what it should of been called but again that doesn’t sound good for marketing now does it?!?!

The amount of damage prohormones caused is immense IMO, since it was marketed as a supplement I feel like many people mistakenly thought they were safe and didn’t suppress the HPTA. Issue is you and I know that’s not true so how many people ran these without liver support or without doing a proper PCT? I remember seeing the over the counter PCT they sold for prohormone cycles and it was a mere test booster, which isn’t nearly sufficient for a completely suppressive drug.

With that said some of them did work, and well it was dangerous crap they supplied more strength gains then a supplement that does nothing. There was a compound I liked called 4-AD, and another one made my anabolic extreme called “Mass FX,” these were rather nice but pointless with access to actual AAS.
 
The bigger question here is are you pre-diabetic or have a family history of diabetes? What is your fasting glucose level? Healthy folks can easily tolerate moderate doses of HGH without overly reducing insulin sensitivity. I feel there is another question behind your question.
 
The product is used for shuttling carbohydrates directly into skeletal muscle for enhanced intra-muscular glycogen storage but to answer your question yes both herbs lower blood sugar levels

No. The product suggests that. Have you done blood sugar tests to show it works?
 
The product does work, it gives you insane pumps just like it says on the label so it’s not garbage and idk for certain if it actually does lower blood sugar because I’ve never tested my glucose while on it but that’s not the reason why I’m taking it. I’m using it for the pumps and energy it gives me. Also I’ve been running hgh for the past 6 months I’m not prediabetic nor does anyone in my family have diabetes and my fasting blood sugar always comes back perfect. But let’s say if it actually did decrease blood sugar levels would it be safe to take with hgh? If so would there be a certain way to take them? like should I space them out?
 
The product does work, it gives you insane pumps just like it says on the label so it’s not garbage and idk for certain if it actually does lower blood sugar because I’ve never tested my glucose while on it but that’s not the reason why I’m taking it. I’m using it for the pumps and energy it gives me. Also I’ve been running hgh for the past 6 months I’m not prediabetic nor does anyone in my family have diabetes and my fasting blood sugar always comes back perfect. But let’s say if it actually did decrease blood sugar levels would it be safe to take with hgh? If so would there be a certain way to take them? like should I space them out?

The only way to find out is to test yourself using a blood glucose monitor that you can find at Walmart and most pharmacies. You are using two substances that lower blood sugar so I would want to test it...I don't think anyone else can answer this question for you.
 
Herbs like banaba leaf extract & Gymnema Sylvestre extract theoretically increase muscle insulin sensitivity so the insulin release when you consume food is less.

They don't actually lower insulin levels
 
N2slin is a product that will do what you are describing. the product does work
 
I just like the product for the pump/energy it gives me but my question is would it be okay to take with hgh? I’ve already tested my blood sugar on hgh and it always comes back in normal range. I just want to make sure I’m not hurting myself by combining both of them because they both can mess with insulin/glucose
 
I just like the product for the pump/energy it gives me but my question is would it be okay to take with hgh? I’ve already tested my blood sugar on hgh and it always comes back in normal range. I just want to make sure I’m not hurting myself by combining both of them because they both can mess with insulin/glucose

The only way in which to determine such a thing as that, Bigpackage, would be to run a blood panel.
 
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