IGF-1 is known to be a potent stimulator of human muscle growth. We have seen drugs of this class, namely Long R3 IGF-1, work very well on very many occasions in the past. In some instances, this has been to an extent that might be called remarkable by the user. We wouldn’t go so far as to call for an abandonment of steroids, however, as we still believe steroids are far more reliable and effective for the average user. The gains with IGF-l, though, are nothing to sneeze at in most cases. But with Long-R3, we also must remember that we have a synthetic compound with as of yet unverified safety in humans. It is an “experimental drug”, used on animals only. We know it works on humans, but we don’t have much safety data behind it. Increlex, on the other hand, is an approved drug in the U,S., and has been the subject of a great amount of research before reaching such a state. Though not yet approved for adult use, we can feel fairly comfortable with this drug. IGF-1 is admittedly a powerful “whole body” anabolic agent, and carries potential risks relating to organ growth if abused. These should never be ignored. But for those who are looking for safe and sane experimentation with an IGF-1 class drug, and would prefer an FDA approved medication over experimental compounds, you need look no further (provided you can find a way to purchase it, that is).
You can download the verification program of Medicine Tracing System to check out genuine Turkish pharmacy grade products on your smart-phone.
An app designed to work alongside Turkey's medicines traceability system called İlaç Takip Sistemi (ITS) Mobil - allows anyone with a smartphone to check the 2D data matrix code on a pack of medicine and verify its authenticity.
On January 1, 2012, Turkey became the first country in the world to implement comprehensive legislation regarding traceability for 100 per cent of the medicines sold within its borders, with medicine packs identified using unique serial numbers.
Last year, the Turkish government took the decision to put medicines authentication into the hands of patients with the launch of the app, which allows patients to confirm that their medicine is licensed by the Ministry of Health, not subject to a recall or out of date and authentic.