You will have to use HGH in a pulsate manner, meaning injections taken every second day gives better results than daily injections. Rather use the higher end of the dosage range on these days. For instance, instead of using 3IU's daily, rather opt for 6IU's every second day. Dosing should be at periods not close to sleep or training sessions, or close to supplement ingestion containing Arginine, OKG or GABA. It’s more effective to use it early morning and later again before lunch. Follow each dosage by ingestion of at least 50-60gr high quality hydrolyzed whey protein, taken in at temperature of about 4C this will improve gut emptying and by the time the IGF-1 is released to the gut, your whey is available for absorption. Do not use Insulin around the same time as your HGH, neither use IGF-LR3 or MGF close to HGH dosing.
It is important to start a PCT once you finished a steroid cycle to avoid a dramatic loss of the mass gained. The question on how soon to initiate a PCT depends on the kind of steroids you used. If your cycle is comprised of orals, which have relatively the shortest effect on the body, it is advised to start immediately. Some say PCT can begin as early as the last day of the steroid cycle. If short-acting esters or water-based injectables, PCT is recommended 4-7 days after the last injection. In the case of long-acting esters, it should be around 10-14 days after the last injection.
Algae can be used to produce ' green diesel ' (also known as renewable diesel, hydrotreating vegetable oil  or hydrogen-derived renewable diesel)  through a hydrotreating refinery process that breaks molecules down into shorter hydrocarbon chains used in diesel engines.   It has the same chemical properties as petroleum-based diesel  meaning that it does not require new engines, pipelines or infrastructure to distribute and use. It has yet to be produced at a cost that is competitive with petroleum .  While hydrotreating is currently the most common pathway to produce fuel-like hydrocarbons via decarboxylation/decarbonylation, there is an alternative process offering a number of important advantages over hydrotreating. In this regard, the work of Crocker et al.  and Lercher et al.  is particularly noteworthy. For oil refining, research is underway for catalytic conversion of renewable fuels by decarboxylation .  As the oxygen is present in crude oil at rather low levels, of the order of %, deoxygenation in petroleum refining is not of much concern, and no catalysts are specifically formulated for oxygenates hydrotreating. Hence, one of the critical technical challenges to make the hydrodeoxygenation of algae oil process economically feasible is related to the research and development of effective catalysts.