PEG-MGF and Questions
-What is PEG-MGF?
-What are the side effects of PEG-MGF?
-How much should I use of PEG-MGF?
-How should I store PEG-MGF?
See below for the answers to the above questions
What is PEG-MGF?
PEG-MGF is a variant of IGF-1, which is an insulin like growth factor, and can be used to stimulate myoblasts division and allows for muscle fibers to fuse and mature. It stimulates this division of myoblasts in the body through different receptors. It is a peptide that is responsible for damaged muscle recovery and satellite cell growth.
How much PEG-MGF should I take?
A typical protocol would be:
200mcg to 400mcg once a week because PEG-MGF can last for several days inside the body and would not need another injection until after one week is gone.
The typical protocol for injection should be:
Injecting PEG-MGF bilaterally, subcutaneously or intramuscular in the areas you want to target. It will circulate in your body binding to tissues that need to be replaced after a workout session.
What are the side effects of PEG-MGF?
Some side effects of include: decrease of fat mass of the body, endurance increase, improvement of immune defense and skin, bone strengthening, lowering of cholesterol level, and accelerated recovery. There are no harmful side effects that have been recorded at the time.
How long should I store PEG-MGF?
To store PEG-MGF you can store it as a liquid or as a powder in a cool area of the house. If you store it in the fridge, you will have to warm it up to room temperature prior to use. The best method of injection should be with an insulin syringe.