Growth Hormone Protein Shakes, Creatine, and Tonalin
I have been looking into HGH for a while now. A friend of mine, his brother is doing the injections and I am not a fan of needles. Understand there are many products out there that are not the best for you. I am also skeptical to putting different things into my system.
I had surgery on my shoulder almost 8 years ago and it has never been the same since and it keeps me from certain exercises. I go to the gym about 3-4 times a week. I was wondering if this product is all right to take with anxiety/antidepressant medications.
I have been taking protein shakes, creatine and Tonalin for about a little over a month now as well, is it OK to take those along with the HGH?? I just like to be very cautious when taking things. I look forward to your response.
Homeopathic remedies have a long history of use with all kinds of other prescribed medications and well as other nutrients. There seem to be no conflicts.
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Thank you for the very quick response.
Another thing.... since this is going into the bloodstream is it something that will show up on a blood test?
Is this something that will help with the issue with my shoulder? I am looking to put on muscle and burn fat, and hope this is something that could help me achieve this.
No. We have many athletes who are constantly being tested and it does not show up in their blood tests.
Don't know about the shoulder.
You will put on muscle and burn fat.
Thank you.... I just get a little weary about certain things.
I've been reading a bit more on your sprays. There is one product, Dr. Cinque's HGH 6000 that I'm curious about. He reckons that the sprays that have homeopathic hgh in it are not that good and with the alchol in it almost elimates the hgh. Is this true? What would your comment be in this theory. Oh yeah and he reckons his is the best out there like everyone else. But I would just like to now more on the homeopathic side.
Well, for a "Doctor" he doesn't seem too smart (what kind of doctor is he?). The FDA has approved HGH oral sprays for over-the-counter sales ONLY IF THEY ARE HOMEOPATHIC. His description of the product in "nanograms" is a violation of Federal law. It usually takes the Feds 6-12 months to shut down a vendor who does this.
I'm always suspicious of any HGH website that doesn't prominantly show the ingredients of the product, maybe you aren't. It might be there but I couldn't find it.
Our product gets 60%-80% of the same rise in IGF-1 levels as those taking HGH injections. The only way for you to know for sure is if you try the product for yourself. That's why we offer a full 90-day guarantee. We want the product in your hands. Then all this "who's right" stuff goes away. Either it works for you or it doesn't. This is our second decade selling the product. If it didn't work we'd be long out of business.
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