In this new age of natural bodybuilding, many bodybuilders are putting their faith in growth hormone for druglike size-and-strength increases. This powerful hormone has proved itself as an anabolic agent due to enhanced muscle protein synthesis or reduced muscle protein catabolism. In other words, it can give your sluggish hypertrophy a high-voltage charge.
Based on the findings of studies with drug versions of oral GH secretagogues, a pharmacologist decided
to develop a natural form, which he called Symbiotropin. The primary ingredient in Symbiotropin is pituitary peptides, similar in structure to the drug versions. But the supplement also contains other ingredients, including what the developer calls chaperon molecules, that enhance both the effectiveness and delivery of the supplement in the body.
Symbiotropin also contains several known GH-releasing amino acids, such as arginine, glutamine, GABA, glycine, lysine and tyrosine. This is a very powerful combination. The developer says that the amino acids contained in the product are far more efficient in promoting GH release compared to taking the same aminos independently because of the superior delivery system incorporated into Symbiotropin, i.e., the chaperon molecules. for some unknown reason, also boosts GH release.
Similarly to GH-releasing aminos, Symbiotropin is best taken on an empty stomach, either right before
bed at night, or in the morning as soon as you get up. The latter technique may be best, since studies
with the drug versions of GH peptides show that you get a more reliable GH release if the drugs are taken
first thing in the morning on an empty stomach. To facilitate uptake, Symbiotropin is provided in an
effervescent tablet that you dissolve in water because, as the developer of Symbiotropin notes, studies
show a 15 percent increase in GH release from oral glutamine provided the amino in an effervescent form.
You are also advised to exercise within an hour of taking Symbiotropin, again on an empty stomach.
This allows a synergistic effect between the known GH-releasing effects of exercise, and the GH
enhancement induced by Symbiotropin. Training with a high level of intensity, focusing on working
larger muscle areas, also adds to the effect.