Despite the obvious advantages of peptides over the growth hormone, the peptide can also respond to peptides. Firstly, it is worth noting that growth hormone is much more effective than peptides, because if compared to the progress made with somatotropin, it is much more significant than peptides. Secondly, growth hormone is easier to use. After all, sometimes it takes 3-4 peptides per day to achieve a good effect. Not many have enough patience and time for this. Thirdly - the set of functions of growth hormone is very wide. From weight loss and muscle mass gain, to improved vision and increased concentration. Each peptide, in turn, performs only 1-2 basic functions.
In most cases every drug under each category listed above can be obtained legally with a prescription, however most are illegal to use without a prescription and banned from use by most sporting associations. Depending on the organization in-which you compete the level of enforcement of the rule will vary but an interesting note, the majority of people who use performance enhancing drugs do not partake in any organized sporting competition but do so only to look better than they would otherwise. Unfortunately for these individuals, most of them do so by breaking the law but this legal factor does not seem to be slowing down the use by any means.