Re: Giovanni's experience
- --- Giovanni Mejia <giox01@...> wrote:
> From: Giovanni Mejia <giox01@...>since the age of 15 years old. Second that I am highly aware of the
> I took a maintenance dose of 3 months that was as
> Eli Lilly Humatrope
> 1 week 6 I.U
> 2 week 6 I.U
> And the rest of the cycle I took 4 I.U
> As far as I know I am the only person that has taken
> this maintenance
> dose under the age of 30. You may ask why at such
> an early age I took this. The first reason is that I am an insomniac
positive effects that
> Human Growth Hormone has on the body (That is takingbusiness were I worked from 12 to 14 hours a day six days of the week
> the right amount and not over doing it) and third because I had a
and on Sunday I was
> working 8 hours. Over the years of working so hardhad been taking a beating during this time.
> and having so much stress, anxiety and loss of weight I knew my body
>covers not only vitamins, and minerals but all the hormones, special
> The effects that I had while taking Human Growth
> Hormone for a 3 month cycle were as follows:
> 1. I sleep like a baby. (Deep REM sleep)
> 2. My skin got moist and soft.
> 3. I lost all my body fat.
> 4. I felt a feeling of well being.
> 5. More energy and stamina.
> 6. Increment in my sexual life.
> I will be taking again HGH at age 35 in conjunction
> with Chelation treatments.
> Do any of the members of Rejuvenation have any
> information on a COMPLETE regimen for someone my age (29 M) that
medications and others that are out there at the moment. I have seen a
lot of regimens for people 50 + but never for someone my age.
> Giovanni Mejia Byrne
Congratulations! I think you are doing exactly what I wish I had done
when I was 29! (except I might not have stopped) There are thousands
of young people taking growth hormone for other reasons and purposes,
but I think what is the motive doesn't have to do with it... your
motives are fine for you, and I'm glad you got excellent results and no
side effects, which is what everybody is most scared of.
I have a question that nobody has answered yet... I wonder what happens
when somebody quits growth hormone...
First, when did you go on this 3 month experience with growth hormone?
How many i.u.'s total did you take? I calculate it was about 40 old
i.u.'s is that correct? (39 old i.u.'s is 45 new i.u.'s)
You said you were an imsomniac, and now you sleep like a baby... You
took growth hormone for three months and you STILL sleep like a baby
after you stopped taking it?
Is your skin still moist and soft? Can you describe in more detail,
how was your skin before you took GH?
In terms of weight, how much did you weigh before and after, (and how
tall are you?)
And all the other points that you mention... are they all holding up
after you quit?
Please reply to both etoussier@... and etoussier@...
- Thanks for your positive commentaries. When I finished using HGH I
felt nothing physically different, mentally I think that I was more
optimistic about life in general and I had some small effect were I
felt that I could think more clearly, I do not know if Ellis got this
same effect I think that he could be the perfect person to ask what
changes he has felt not since stopping but from taking it all these
I think that I went on the 3 month cycle about 8 months ago.
I took in the 3 month cycle about 48 to 50 I.U. As to my sleep I slept
pretty well the following months after taking the cycle but now I am
back to not sleeping that well again. My skin was pretty dry
because I was living in Colombia in the capital, Bogota, which is at
2600 feet over sea level and the temperature is usually cold, this
makes my skin and I think everyone's skin dry. I am in Panama at the
moment and usually my skin is a lot more moist because I am at sea
level and the temperature is hot, so that makes my skin breath a lot
thus making it moist. I noticed when I took the cycle that my skin was
more moist and it had a better appearance. I cannot remember my weight
at the time that I took the cycle but I must have dropped a good 7
pounds and I am slender person so I think for me this weight is a lot.
G I o
--- Ellis Toussier wrote:
> Hello Giovanni,
> Congratulations! I think you are doing exactly what
> I wish I had done
> when I was 29! (except I might not have stopped)
> There are thousands
> of young people taking growth hormone for other
> reasons and purposes,
> but I think what is the motive doesn't have to do
> with it... your
> motives are fine for you, and I'm glad you got
> excellent results and no
> side effects, which is what everybody is most scared
> I have a question that nobody has answered yet... I
> wonder what happens
> when somebody quits growth hormone...
> First, when did you go on this 3 month experience
> with growth hormone?
> How many i.u.'s total did you take? I calculate it
> was about 40 old
> i.u.'s is that correct? (39 old i.u.'s is 45 new
> You said you were an imsomniac, and now you sleep
> like a baby... You
> took growth hormone for three months and you STILL
> sleep like a baby
> after you stopped taking it?
> Is your skin still moist and soft? Can you describe
> in more detail,
> how was your skin before you took GH?
> In terms of weight, how much did you weigh before
> and after, (and how
> tall are you?)
> And all the other points that you mention... are
> they all holding up
> after you quit?
> Ellis Toussier
> Please reply to both etoussier@... and