Well when using pro hormones and other products like it. It is for muscle gain and weight benefits. From taking products like these is great while working out everyday. First time I took something similar i seen weight lost… muscle gain/lean . But don’t take after 4 weeks. If your a rookie to the test. The longest i have taken anything like it. Was 5 weeks .I also take milk thisel 1 cap every few days. This is my experience. I’ve been 290 pounds with 22 percent body fat. To . I’ve used different pro hormones. And seen a crazy change in my body from head to toe. After 2 weeks you see a change. also was working out at the gym for 1 hour day or at home 6 days a week. Now trying another product like this. And can wait . See what I can complete the end of my 4 weeks. I stopped working out for long time. So it will be exciting!!!
Naturally-occurring PGF 2 a as the tromethamine salt (Lutalyse, Upjohn; ProstaMate, Phoenix Scientific), and synthetic analogs of PGF 2 a such as cloprostenol (Estrumate, Haver), are sold for synchronization of estrus in nonlactating cattle ( Figure 4-46 ) and horses. The cost of a single-injection prostaglandin program is less than that of a progestin system and not as laborious. Animals must be in diestrus to respond to PGF 2 a (the young CL is insensitive to treatment), return to estrus is somewhat variable (semen is wasted if breeding-by-appointment), and treatment of pregnant females can cause abortion. Porcine CL will not respond to PGF 2 a until about Day 12 of the estrous cycle. Gonadotropin-releasing hormone (to induce ovulation and CL formation) is being used in cattle in combination with PGF 2 a (eg., SelectSynch: GnRH + PGF 2 a [Day 7]; Ov/CoSynch: GnRH + PGF 2 a [Day 7] + GnRH [Day 9]).
During the healing process your body will fill in tears in your tendons and ligaments with dense, brittle tissue called "scar tissue". The human body will use scar tissue as a temporary solution and will try to build the scar tissue as fast as possible to heal a tears in the soft tissue. Scar tissue can form fast to bring together the edges of a tear, but working fast doesn't mean that the job's done right. When scar tissue forms it doesn't come together as neatly as regular (healthy) tendon/ligament tissue would. Scar tissue fibers will lay down over top of your tear in a cluttered, messy and jumbled up way.