MENU

Why you should use HGH + Testosterone

Posted 2022-06-09
As we know, hormones are divided into steroid and non-steroid. The chemical structure of steroid hormones is similar to cholesterol, and most of these hormones are derivatives of it. For this reason, steroid hormones dissolve in lipids and quite easily contact the cell membrane.
 
Nonsteroidal hormones are not fat soluble, so they cannot easily cross the cell wall. This group can be divided into two classes: protein or peptide and amino acid derivatives. The second class includes thyroid hormones or adrenaline and norepinephrine, since these two hormones are adrenal hormones.
 
Now let's look at the functions of hormones. As we know, substances in the body are moved with the blood, and then they interact with the tissues. However, there are certain limitations in target cells: these are cells that specifically interact with hormones using special receptor proteins.
 
The interaction between target cells and hormones is called the "hormone receptor complex". Each cell can contain up to 10,000 receptors. Receptors for non-steroidal hormones are located on the cell membrane, and steroid hormone receptors are located in the cytoplasm or nucleus of the cell. Each hormone has its own characteristics and certain specificity in relation to the receptor, and therefore it binds only to a certain receptor.
 
A simple analogy, which helps to understand how does it work: the receptor is the lock, and the hormone is the key. The lock can only be opened only with a suitable key.
 
Steroid hormones
 
As mentioned above, these hormones are lipid-soluble, so they easily pass through the cell membrane. Inside the cell, hormones bind to specific receptors. The resulting complex of hormones penetrates the nucleus, binds to a part of the cell's DNA, activating certain genes. This process is called "direct gene activation" in the scientific literature. In response to this reaction, RNA synthesis occurs. RNA − ribonucleic acid − is one of the three main macromolecules that are found in the cells of all living organisms. RNA enters the cytoplasm and provides protein synthesis, resulting in tissue growth and repair.
 
Non-steroidal hormones
 
These hormones cannot easily penetrate the cell wall. They interact with certain receptors outside the cell - on its membrane. Molecules of non-steroidal hormones attach to their receptor, causing a series of enzymatic reactions that lead to the formation of the so-called intracellular carrier. As a result, protein synthesis is also provided, but in addition,
the following physiological responses:
■ activation of cellular enzymes;
■ change in the permeability of the shell;
■ change in cellular metabolism;
■ stimulation of cellular secretions.
 
In simple words, the use of Growth Hormone together with Testosterone provides an effect on the cell from two sides. Metabolism is arranged in such a way that such impact gives not a "summation", but something like a geometric progression. In practice, it has long been proven that the use of Growth Hormone together with Testosterone can significantly increase results, often even more than expected. Take advantage of our promotional offers to expand your limits.

BUY  HGH + Testosterone bundle with DISCOUNT  HERE: