HCG – what is worth knowing about it?

 

HCG is a viral preparation used in bodybuilding for the so-called reblood, performed after a cycle of SAA (anabolic-androgenic steroid) use. By performing the abovementioned unlock, it is possible to restore the normal functioning of the HPTA system, which may have been disrupted after high doses of steroids were supplied to the body. Failure to perform a reblood thus leads to severe endocrine disruption.

 

Basic information related to HCG

Anyone deciding to use steroids should consider that such substances significantly affect the endocrine system of the human body. Anabolic steroids are most often based on testosterone and its derivatives, leading to muscle mass expansion and muscle strength and endurance improvement. Achieving such results requires more hormones compared to those produced by the human body.

 

Of course, supplying the body with large amounts of testosterone and other hormones causes it to weaken or even block their production by simply recognising that the hormone is not needed because it enters the body with steroids. Once the cycle is over, the endocrine system is often still blocked and does not produce hormones.

 

To restore the function of this system, it is, therefore, necessary to use agents such as HCG, which perform a so-called ‘unblock’. It is worth remembering that this preparation is not a steroid and is naturally secreted in the bodies of pregnant women, among others.

 

Side effects of HCG

HCG stands for human chorionic gonadotropin, which is highly effective in unblocking the action of the human endocrine system, even after long cycles of steroid use. It reduces the harmful effects of anabolic steroids on the testes. As a result, the testicles retain their size and can produce an adequate amount of testosterone. This effect makes this substance highly popular in the bodybuilding market.

 

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