GenF20 ingredients, as listed on the url below, shows that it does not have any real human growth hormone whatsoever, only amino acids. Because of that their product does not come under the purview of the FDA. Since our oral spray does have the real somatotropin its production has to be monitored by the FDA. The FDA conducts several unannounced inspections of our production lab every year. It's a real pain. They monitor every word on our label and where it appears on the label. If our product didn't contain real human growth hormone the FDA would shut us down in a NY minute!
There are more than 300 companies selling "HGH" products. It's in quotes because even though it's in the name it doesn't mean that there is any in the supplement. In fact, only about 30 of the 300 companies selling the supplement actually use the real, pharmaceutical Human Growth Hormone ingredient. So the consumer stands a 90% chance of landing on an "HGH" supplement that contains none.
It's frustrating and annoying for the 30 companies who use the real ingredient to compete against vendors like this who put a few cents worth of amino acids and/or herbs together, call it something like "HGH Releaser," "HGH Blend," "HGH Secretagogue," etc., and then sell it at prices similar to supplements that have the much more expensive real Human Growth Hormone ingredient. As you can see below if you don't see "Human Growth Hormone" or "Somatotropin" then it doesn't have pharmaceutical human growth hormone.
See for yourself ingredient URL: http://www.genf20.com/science.html?ss=bc471c4185b316b91e094eaaa310d679
Ingredients: GTF Chromium, L-Ornithine, L-Arginine, L-Lysine, L-Tyrosine, L-Glutamine, L-Glycine, Pituitary (Anterior) Pwd., Colostrum, Phosphatidyl Choline.
Notes: GenF20 Contains No Human Growth Hormone.
Price: $49.95 - 1 month supply of GenF20, plus $10 (unknown) shipping; $79.90 - 2 months supply, plus $10 (unknown) shipping = $89.90.
I just recently started using your supplement and I've already noticed the difference in my skin on my face. Particularly around my eyes as the smile lines and crows feet are significantly less noticeable. I'm 36 and have always had a youthful appearance but those lines were bugging me. Someone told me that other day I have a "baby face" and I just smiled to thank them. I've only been using it for two weeks now. I look forward to it hopefully helping me with other areas.
My question is in regards to dosage and length of use. Should I use it seven days a week or take weekends off? Should I use it several weeks at a time and take a week off or so? Please advise as I've read some supplements recommend that sort of regimen.
Take it every day. The other "regimen" is necessary for those supplements that have no somatotropin. Ours has the real thing and should be used every day.
Cancer, heart, and diabetes patients should consult their physicians before using this supplement. Also, be aware that some supplements claim to "stimulate" growth hormone production in the body. Whether they do or not, they contain no trace of the actual substance known as somatotrophin. If you want real human growth hormone you should buy a supplement that has real human growth hormone!