• Injectable
  • Brand names: Depo, Pfizer, and Watson
  • Compounded by compounding pharmacies (Injected IM once and rarely twice/week)
  • Available in cream or gel, applied to skin daily
  • Also available in pellets, which are implanted under the skin. Usually last 4 months.
  • Pills: specially developed by Belmar Pharmacy for women

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)

human-chorionic-gonadotropin TESTOSTERONE
  • Injected subcutaneously or administered via lozenges under the tongue

Anastrozole Pills

  • Clomed (Clomphene) pills
  • Effect is similar to hCG
  • Cream compounded to include all female sex hormones (testosterone, estrogen, and progesterone)

Human Growth Hormone (hCH)

  • Omnitrope - Comes as a powder and liquid (dilute the as bacteriostatic water or saline) made by Sandoz Pharmaceutical
  • Nordiflex Pro Pen (Norditropin Pen) – Has cartridge inside made by Nova Nordic
  • Genotropin Mini Quicks – Comes as a preloaded box of seven syringes of different doses. Made by Pfizer and many other manufacturers.

Sermorelin with GHRP2 and GHRP6

  • Injectable Vitamins
  • Arginine
  • Amino Blend
  • Antioxidant (Glutathione)
  • B Vitamins, generally injected 2-3 times/week