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Delta-2 HGH PED Steroid Review

Delta-2, also known as Androgenetx, is a popular human growth hormone (HGH) supplement that works as a performance enhancing drug (PED) (or nutraceutical according to the manufacturers website and is ‘steroidal in nature' but not considered a true anabolic steroid). Here’s everything you need to know about Delta-2 steroid.

What is Delta-2/D2?

A prohormone supplement by name, a human growth hormone by trade, and performance enhancing drug by classification, Delta-2 (www.Delta-2.com previous official website) sold under the name Androgenetx (www.androgenetx.com previous official website) and has now become the topic of hot debate.

Notable professional MLB and NFL superstars are being linked to secretly doping with this off-limits ‘performance enhancing nutraceutical' by an undercover Al Jazeera investigator Liam Collins. Who apparently all but spied, crossed blurry lines and became a household name by exposing suppliers and supporters of distributing the D2 steroid to the likes of Peyton Manning, Dustin Keller, 3 Green Bay Packers and several baseball players.

While Delta-2 was the main focal point of the documentary, it did bring up other noteworthy names such as Erythropoietin (EPO), Carbon 60, Ipamorelin, GRF 1-29, Wellbutrin, Modafinil (a smart drug), Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), Clomiphene,Toradol, Dexetrene, IGF-LR3 and a few other anabolic steroid types under the company name ProMed.

However, it was clear Delta-2 was the darling of the 49 minute The Dark Side: Secrets of the Sports Dopers documentary exposing the ‘truth' according to Liam's 8 month camera-hidden journey based on Tim Montgomery's tip which lead him down the rabbit hole to ‘chemical mastermind Charlie Sly' and others. The short film would say it has been in circulation and black market distribution since as early as 2006 or 2008.

5 Fast Facts You Need to Know About Peyton Manning’s Alleged Use of HGH In 2011

An Al Jazeera report from earlier this week alleges that Superbowl-winning QB Peyton Manning used human growth hormone (HGH) as part of his recovery process in 2011.

The report claims that Manning used HGH to speed up his recovery from neck surgery. Here are 5 fast facts you need to know about Peyton Manning’s alleged use of human growth hormone.

5) Manning is Allegedly One of Several Major Athletes Who Obtained PEDs from the Clinic

Peyton Manning is one of several athletes who allegedly received human growth hormone from the clinic.

That “clinic” is an Indianapolis-based anti-aging clinic run by Dr. Guyer. In addition to providing HGH treatment and HGH drugs, the clinic also provides oxygen therapy, nutrient therapy, and other treatments related to slowing down the aging process.

4) Manning Doesn’t Deny He Went to the Clinic

Manning has vehemently denied his use of HGH.

He has not, however, denied that he went to the clinic. In fact, both Peyton and his wife Ashley were regular clients at the clinic. Peyton claims he regularly attended the clinic for a variety of treatments.

This is where things get murky: Ashley did receive HGH drugs through the clinic. HGH is commonly used for anti-aging – like for skin care benefits and anti-wrinkle support.

The Al Jazeera report claims that Ashley received HGH and gave it to Peyton, who took it to speed up his recovery from neck surgery.

Peyton hasn’t denied that Ashley received shipments of human growth hormone. He does deny, however, that he used her HGH for his own benefits.

Here’s what Peyton said happened at the clinic in a statement to ESPN’s Christ Mortensen:

“Yes, I have been a patient under Dr. Guyer. I have had nutrient therapy, oxygen therapy and other treatments that are holistic in nature but never HGH. My wife has never provided any medication for me to take. Ashley and I never attended the clinic together after hours. There were times when I went in the morning and there were times when I went after practice so this thing about ‘after hours' is so misleading because it may have been 5:15 pm because their office closed at 5.”

3) HGH Has Only Been Banned Since July 2011

Another problem with the report is that HGH hasn’t been banned in the NFL for very long: it was only banned in July 2011. The report is unclear whether Peyton’s use of HGH dates to before that ban or after it. Of course there has always been the demand for ‘clean sport' no matter the case.

In any case, the NFL and NFL Players Association signed the labor agreement in July 2011 that banned the use of HGH in NFL athletes.

2) Al Jazeera’s Source Has Recanted the Statement

There’s one big thing that throws the entire Al Jazeera report into question: the original source for the Al Jazeera story later recanted his claims.

That guy’s name is Charlie Sly. Sly allegedly spoke to an undercover reporter working for Al Jazeera and explained that HGH was being shipped to major athletes across Indianapolis. Sly claims he knew this because he’s a pharmacist

Later, however, Sly recanted his statement, saying instead that he is no longer licensed to be a pharmacist. State licensing records show that a man named Charles David Sly was licensed as a pharmacy intern in Indiana from April 2010 to May 2013, with his license expiring on May 1, 2013.

Sly claims he recanted his story to Al Jazeera when he realized that it had used information he had “made up” to British hurdler Liam Collins – who also happens to be the undercover reporter working for Al Jazeera.

Here’s what Sly had to say:

“When I was there, I had never seen the Mannings ever. They were not even living there at that time. Someone who worked there said they had been there before. That was the extent of any knowledge I had. I feel badly. I never saw any files. This is just amazing that it reached this point.”

1) Manning and His Team Say the Report is 100% Made Up

Ultimately, Manning has issued a statement saying that he’s never used HGH and that the report is “garbage” and “totally made up”.

The Broncos backed him up on the allegations, saying the following:

“Knowing Peyton Manning and everything he stands for, the Denver Broncos support him 100 percent. These are false claims made to Al Jazeera, and we don't believe the report. Peyton is rightfully outraged by the allegations, which he emphatically denied to our organization and which have been publicly renounced by the source who initially provided them. Throughout his NFL career, particularly during his four seasons with the Broncos, Peyton has shown nothing but respect for the game. Our organization is confident Peyton does things the right way, and we do not find this story to be credible.”

Maybe the truth will come out over the next few months – or maybe we’ll never learn whether or not Peyton Manning really did use HGH in 2011.

Delta-2 and Peyton Manning

A day after Christmas, Huffington Post broke a story about the new “The Dark Side: Secrets of the Sports Dopers” documentary by Al Jazeera. This is the second major football related story to break in the past few months, the other being college football player and the use of SARM Ligandrol.

Aside from Peyton Manning, three Green Bay Packers (Clay Matthews, Mike Neal and Julius Peppers), Pittsburgh Steelers James Harrison, Philadelphia Phillies Ryan Howard and Washington Nationals Ryan Zimmerman were also ‘called out' in the short film.

As the documentary started and ended its journey from; Nassau, Bahamas with Dr. Nicholas Fox and Dr. Cyprian Strachan to Vancouver, Canada's Chad Robertson to Austin, TX's Charlie Sly all the way to the supplier Brandon Spletzer, chemist Thomas Mann and Indianapolis Anti-Aging Clinic Guyer who treated Peyton Manning in 2011 when he sat out with an season-long injury, the story is either spot on or an extremely sad attempt at throwing top-level athletes under the proverbial bus of B.S.

How to Buy Androgenetx?

The official Delta-2.com website says it can be purchased from www.Androgenetx.com along with their other products.

How Much Delta-2 Should You Take?

The proper dosage of Delta-2 prohormone supplement is listed on the label in which we will get more concrete answers from very soon.

Side Effects of Androgenetx

Coming soon, we will discuss the potentially negative side effects of using HGH supplements and prohormone products.

Who Should Use Delta-2/Androgenetx HGH?

Ultimately, the Delta-2 HGH / Androgenetx PED is a legal steroid alternative that appears to work in a similar way to steroids – but without the dangerous side effects – but is a ‘closed business' amongst people in the know.

We will continue to update this post about Peyton Manning's alleged association with the use of Delta-2 Androgenetx performance enhancing drug and human growth hormone supplement.

Update: January 6, 2016

There have been some significant updates in Peyton Manning’s HGH case over the last few days. It is starting to be a scary source of sour and sore information raining on some of professional sports most coveted athletes and would-be feel-good stories.

Without turning this into a lengthy discussion and referee-fashioned review, we will attempt to stick to the credible facts currently available. (Maybe later we can discuss allowing sport or regulating professional athletes access to performance enhancing drugs or human growth hormone supplements – which is about like talking if collegiate athletes should get paid)

The last time we saw Charles Sly, he was starring in a crappy YouTube confession where he vehemently denied everything he said to an undercover Al Jazeera reporter about banned substances.

In that confessional, Charles Sly claims that all his statements were false:

“To be clear,” Sly said, “I am recanting any such statements, and there is no truth to any statement of mine.”

That confessional was released onto the internet on December 26, 2015.

The confessional was required after Manning and Manning’s agent denounced Sly as a liar. Other athletes accused by Sly in his original video, including Ryan Zimmerman, Mike Neal, and Dustin Keller, also rejected the HGH doping claims.

The New York Times looked a little closer into Sly’s recanting of his claims. They were trying to decide if Sly intentionally fed misleading information to the reporter, or if he only retracted that information to cover himself legally.

The New York Times discovered that “nearly all of the athletes Sly named are clients of Jason Riley, a fitness trainer based in Sarasota, Fla.”

There is where things get interesting: Sly is a business partner of Riley’s. When Sly first applied for a pharmacist’s license in Florida, he used Riley’s home address.

The pair would eventually found a business together named Elementz Nutrition, which is a nutritional supplement company.

At that company’s official website, you’ll see many of the athletes mentioned by Sly in his original video. Other athletes – including Howard, Neal, and Keller – all appear on the nutritional supplement company’s Facebook page.

Elementz doesn’t claim to use banned ingredients in its supplements. Instead, Elementz claims to use all-natural ingredients like vitamins, minerals, proteins, and enzymes that are essential for body performance.

Who is Professional Trainer Jason Riley?

Jason Riley clearly plays a key role in this natural vs synthetic performance enhancing debate. When not much thought was initially given to it, Riley was once called “baseball’s MVP of the post-steroids era” by Men’s Fitness magazine.

Many people know the name Jason Riley from his famous ability to turn around Derek Jeter’s career. In 2010, a few years after Riley had begun working with Jeter, ESPN declared that Riley had dumped Jeter “into a hot tub time machine” and made him into a 25-year-old.

Thus far, Derek Jeter’s name has not been connected to any of the HGH or doping allegations.

Meanwhile, the company behind Riley and Sly, Elementz Nutrition, closed up shop last week.

What Does the Future Hold for the Peyton Manning HGH Lawsuit?

A few weeks ago, we saw Sly talk in great detail about athletic doping. He discussed things like mitsomal growth factors, stem cells, and pig brain peptide with the ease of a chemist. He spent hours talking about how his network of athletes extends from Vancouver, British Columbia to Germany and Switzerland.

Faced with the fact that his interviews were secretly filmed, Sly had two options: claim that the statements were lies and protect himself legally. Or, admit that they were true and “allow his words to become his manacles”, as The New York Times described it.

Meanwhile, Ryan Howard and Ryan Zimmerman are both suing Al Jazeera. Peyton Manning is reportedly considering a lawsuit.

Stay tuned for more updates as this intriguing case continues to move forward. We are still actively attempting to source feedback about the Delta-2 prohormone steroid that is one of the foundations of the developing underlying storyline.

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