HGH Human Growth Hormone for
So You Think Your HGH Product Actually Contains Real Human Growth Hormone?
Think again. Many top vendors sell or recommend supplements that contain absolutely no HGH whatsoever. A few are listed below. Read ingredients!
What about pills like GHR1000? They don't work. Actually they do. But only for about a month. Then the body gets used to the pituitary tickle provided by the amino acids and stops the additional production. To experience the benefits only to have them suddenly disappear is a cruel tease! Sprays with real HGH are the only way to go.
Some companies, like Sytropin, put what's in a pill into a spray. So buyer beware. They'll say their product contains "HGH components," like a go-kart with 2 axles, 4 tires, and a steering wheel contains "automobile components." Some companies will even put what's in a pill into a liquid for injection. It's an amazing industry!
Beware of Internet "review" websites. Many will write reviews knocking down the competition and then magically recommend only the brands they earn commissions on. Consumers should call or email to confirm the veracity of an Internet website. If no one will talk to you or write back to you, RUN!
HGH For Men & Women Over 50
HGH For Athletes & Performers
"Great for Athletes"
I won't tell you what professional sports team I play for but I will tell you that my workouts in the weight room are paying off on the field. I like the fact that it has real HGH and I like the fact that I can buy it legally over the counter. I just don't tell anyone I'm using it. Great stuff!
-M. P., California
"Wonderful Anti-Aging Tonic"
"I am very pleased and excited with the results of this your product. I have been using it for about 1 year. I took it because it contained the real stuff as compared to other products. It has helped my body regulate changes associated with getting older. It made my skin smoother (less wrinkles), it helped me to sleep better. And, made me look and feel younger....I will definitely continue to use this outstanding life changing oral spray!"
-Joanne Helrich, New York
"I think you can tell a good product by the customer service and the customer service here was great. They answered all my questions quickly by email and by telephone and shipped my order the next day as promised. It's taken about a month but I'm noticing improvements in areas I hadn't expected. Other companies try to trick you into thinking their product has the real growth hormone in it when it doesn't. This product actually contains real pharmaceutical growth hormone, the best HGH. I'll be buying again."
-Steve Johnson, Washington, DC
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