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    How Injectable Glutathione (TAD-600) Works in the Body (Anti-Aging)




    TAD 600 (Injectable Glutathione) is an extremely powerful antioxidant. In fact it's the most powerful antioxidant in the human body.


    Oral Glutathione is sold in supplement shops however they are practically useless as Glutathione is not very bio-available in oral form. The most common way people get their Glutathione is by supplementing with NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine) which is also available OTC at supplement shops. NAC is relatively cheap and converts to Glutathione in the body. NAC is a decent method to get some Glutathione in your system but is nowhere near as effective as injectable Glutathione.


    What is an antioxidant?
    An antioxidant is essentially an atom-sized soldier that fights off free radicals in our body.


    What is a free radical?
    A free radical is an unstable atom with missing electron(s) in its outer shell. In order to become stable the free radical atom will bond with another atom in the body to use it's electrons to replace the missing ones in its outer shell. This bond between the free radical and other atom causes a reaction which turns the atom into a completely different chemical.


    Free radicals are created naturally in the body as a result of chemical reactions which release unstable oxygen atoms. Unfortunately there's nothing we can do to prevent this as it is just a natural part of our biology and is one of the main causes of aging. However things like drinking alcohol, drugs, smoking, etc., all speed up the production of free radicals because your body has to forego chemical reactions to break down the substances and fight off toxins. These chemical reactions release free radicals.


    Example:
    So let's say you have several alcoholic beverages. The alcohol eventually makes its way to the liver and the liver uses chemical reactions (enzymes) to break down the alcohol. These chemical reactions have bi-products and one of those bi-products is free radicals (unstable oxygen atoms). So now there are free radicals roaming around in the cells of your liver and they are unstable (missing electrons) and need to bond to another atom/molecule to become stable again. So now these free radials are bonding to atoms in your liver cells which slowly damages the cell until it dies. Over time more and more liver ells will die and turn into scar tissue and that's how you get Cirrhosis of the liver.


    Where do antioxidants come into play?
    Antioxidants are basically sacrificial heroes that come in and sacrifice themselves to free radicals to prevent them from acting on other atoms. Anti oxidants will allow free radicals to bond with them, offering up their electrons to satisfy the needs of the free radicals. Once the free radical has bonded to the antioxidant, it cannot be un-bonded therefore it cannot act upon other atoms and damage other cells in the body. The antioxidant basically disarms the free radical by becoming a part of it. A true hero.



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    Now that we understand how free radicals work, we can understand how they can affect other cells in the body such as skin cells (wrinkling/aging), nerve cells (neurological conditions), heart cells, lung cells, etc...Free radicals are literally the cause for aging in humans. TAD 600 (Injectable Glutathione) is a powerful antioxidant that will fight off these free radicals to protect from aging and cell & organ damage.


    I'd be willing to bet that if you supplemented with TAD 600 regularly starting early in life you would see a significant increase in your lifespan.....unless you get hit by a bus or something.


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    How Injectable Glutathione (TAD-600) Works in the Body (Anti-Aging)

    Nice article. I have been looking into inj version of GHK-cu. In its natural form, it is blue and a copper peptide used in facial creams, etc.
    Here is what I learned: (May be a nice stack : TAD+GHKcu) :maybe even MT2!!

    Copper Peptide: GHK-Cu: The Tissue-Remodeling Peptide
    Also known as the Beauty Peptide: This peptide has been shown to possibly repair damaged skin faster, reverse damaged genes, and even fix age-related cognitive decline.
    GHK-Cu possesses a plethora of biological actions, including activation of wound healing, attraction of immune cells, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, stimulation of collagen and glycosaminoglycan synthesis in skin fibroblasts and promotion of blood vessels growth. Recent studies also indicate its important role in stem cell biology and anti-tumor defense. Since GHK-Cu plays an important role in skin biology, it is also widely used in cosmetics as a reparative and anti-aging ingredient.”
    The recommended dosage instructions for GHK-Cu are tough to hunt down, but based on the research studies GHK and DNA: Resetting the Human Genome to Health and The Human Tripeptide GHK-Cu in Prevention of Oxidative Stress and Degenerative Conditions of Aging: Implications for Cognitive Health, the dosages are:
    Dosage: 1.5mg per day, subcutaneously or intramuscularly (although up to 200mg have been successfully and safely used).
    Frequency of injection: 1 injection per day or split dosage into multiple injections per day
    Duration: 5-10 days
    Repeat cycle: once a year
    Benefits of GHK-Cu:
    * Tighten loose skin and reverse thinning of aged skin
    * Repair protective skin barrier proteins
    * Improve skin firmness, elasticity, and clarity
    * Reduce fine lines, depth of wrinkles, and improve structure of aged skin
    * Smooth rough skin
    * Reduce photodamage, mottled hyperpigmentation, skin spots and lesions
    * Improve overall skin appearance
    * Stimulate wound healing
    * Protect skin cells from UV radiation
    * Reduce inflammation and free radical damage
    * Increase hair growth and thickness, enlarge hair follicle size

    HAIR GROWTH:

    Copper peptide GHK-Cu and its analogues were found to stimulate hair growth. In some circumstances, the efficiency of synthetic analog of GHK-Cu was similar to that of 5% minoxidil. A commercial product GraftCyte was clinically proven to improve hair transplantation outcome. Shown to promote collagen production, using copper peptides topically on the scalp will help strengthen already existing hair, while stimulating growth in areas that are lacking thickness.

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    Any further feedback or research would be appreciated. I have not used either yet, except in a cream or oral form.

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    It is cheap too! Just researching

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    Amd can be a great liver support to ?

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    Hi guys,

    Reliable sources for this?

    Regards,

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    I am waiting for delibery of TAD600 any time now. AS soon I get it I will include Winstrol to my cycle. I did.my research before on TAD600 and it can be used as "cycle support" for healthy organs even it is not ment to be just thet. Along with some milk thistle my liver shoud be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marisol1973 View Post
    I am waiting for delibery of TAD600 any time now. AS soon I get it I will include Winstrol to my cycle. I did.my research before on TAD600 and it can be used as "cycle support" for healthy organs even it is not ment to be just thet. Along with some milk thistle my liver shoud be fine.
    Smart !! Should help along with win sides! I have had a few guys tell me they definitely use the TAD during Winstrol use to combat the “dry joint “ pain

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    What's everyone do for dosage on this? When I use it.. usually go with 100mg eod.
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    Been doing 200mg twice a week along side with blast & cruise pins.

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    "Normal" dose is 600 mg week, +/-

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    Quote Originally Posted by maxmuscle1 View Post
    Nice article. I have been looking into inj version of GHK-cu. In its natural form, it is blue and a copper peptide used in facial creams, etc.
    Here is what I learned: (May be a nice stack : TAD+GHKcu) :maybe even MT2!!

    Copper Peptide: GHK-Cu: The Tissue-Remodeling Peptide
    Also known as the Beauty Peptide: This peptide has been shown to possibly repair damaged skin faster, reverse damaged genes, and even fix age-related cognitive decline.
    GHK-Cu possesses a plethora of biological actions, including activation of wound healing, attraction of immune cells, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, stimulation of collagen and glycosaminoglycan synthesis in skin fibroblasts and promotion of blood vessels growth. Recent studies also indicate its important role in stem cell biology and anti-tumor defense. Since GHK-Cu plays an important role in skin biology, it is also widely used in cosmetics as a reparative and anti-aging ingredient.”
    The recommended dosage instructions for GHK-Cu are tough to hunt down, but based on the research studies GHK and DNA: Resetting the Human Genome to Health and The Human Tripeptide GHK-Cu in Prevention of Oxidative Stress and Degenerative Conditions of Aging: Implications for Cognitive Health, the dosages are:
    Dosage: 1.5mg per day, subcutaneously or intramuscularly (although up to 200mg have been successfully and safely used).
    Frequency of injection: 1 injection per day or split dosage into multiple injections per day
    Duration: 5-10 days
    Repeat cycle: once a year
    Benefits of GHK-Cu:
    * Tighten loose skin and reverse thinning of aged skin
    * Repair protective skin barrier proteins
    * Improve skin firmness, elasticity, and clarity
    * Reduce fine lines, depth of wrinkles, and improve structure of aged skin
    * Smooth rough skin
    * Reduce photodamage, mottled hyperpigmentation, skin spots and lesions
    * Improve overall skin appearance
    * Stimulate wound healing
    * Protect skin cells from UV radiation
    * Reduce inflammation and free radical damage
    * Increase hair growth and thickness, enlarge hair follicle size

    HAIR GROWTH:

    Copper peptide GHK-Cu and its analogues were found to stimulate hair growth. In some circumstances, the efficiency of synthetic analog of GHK-Cu was similar to that of 5% minoxidil. A commercial product GraftCyte was clinically proven to improve hair transplantation outcome. Shown to promote collagen production, using copper peptides topically on the scalp will help strengthen already existing hair, while stimulating growth in areas that are lacking thickness.

    Max

    Any further feedback or research would be appreciated. I have not used either yet, except in a cream or oral form.
    Wow that's good stuff. Thanks for that I'll have to read up on GHK-Cu as it seems like a very intriguing compound.
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    Amd can be a great liver support to ?
    Best liver support there is.
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    Hi guys,

    Reliable sources for this?

    Regards,
    (Hint) Click the picture of TAD 600 in the original post.
    Quote Originally Posted by Marisol1973 View Post
    I am waiting for delibery of TAD600 any time now. AS soon I get it I will include Winstrol to my cycle. I did.my research before on TAD600 and it can be used as "cycle support" for healthy organs even it is not ment to be just thet. Along with some milk thistle my liver shoud be fine.
    Yes it's the best cycle support you can use. Most people use NAC as cycle support which works very well. NAC simply converts to Glutathione in the body so by injecting Glutathione itself you are essentially giving yourself a mega dose of what NAC would give.

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    Any bad sides or is it harmful ? Im interested.

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    How Injectable Glutathione (TAD-600) Works in the Body (Anti-Aging)

    Quote Originally Posted by tgrady View Post
    Any bad sides or is it harmful ? Im interested.
    Hi,

    There is no bad sides, I used to buy this from a friend that was working in Italy some years ago, after he finished working there I stop taking, it's the best anti age, heard many years ago that rich families from northern countries were using this to look younger and to mention that were a superior race( this makes the skin look lighter like vampires


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic3guy View Post
    Hi,

    There is no bad sides, I used to buy this from a friend that was working in Italy some years ago, after he finished working there I stop taking, it's the best anti age, heard many years ago that rich families from northern countries were using this to look younger and to mention that were a superior race( this makes the skin look lighter like vampires


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