Label Ingredients – Growth Hormone Ingredients:

 

 

Original Formula Label Ingredients

label-green
Advanced Formula Label Ingredients
label-orange

Information On Homeopathy:

Growth Hormone Ingredients

Hippocrates (460-377 B.C.) who was known as the Greek Father of Medicine first brought forth the concept of “like curing like. But it was a German physician, Dr. Samuel Hahnermann (1755-1843) who took the principle and formulated it into an alternative medicine system which is where our growth hormone ingredients come from. For over 200 years people have been consuming homeopathic remedies for an assortment of ailments.

These remedies come from plant, mineral, or animal substances. Many treatments are individualized as they are tailored to each person. Homeopathy embraces a natural, holistic approach to healing and the remedies are produced according to the Homeopathic “bible” The Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States which is recognized by the US FDA.

The 1938 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, the 1965 Medicare Act, and the 1987 FDA Compliance Policy Guidelines officially recognize Homeopathic Medicine as another way to treat people who have many different kinds of medical challenges.

In a National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) survey in 2007 out-of-pocket costs for adults were $2.9 billion spent on homeopathic medicines and visits to homeopathic practitioners accounted for another $170 million. An estimated 5 million adults and 1 million children used homeopathy in 2011 according to another NHIS survey in 2012. This was a comprehensive survey on the use of alternative health approaches by Americans.

There is Federal over site of Homeopathic Treatments. Remedies are regulated as drugs under the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act (FDCA). But the FDA does not evaluate the remedies for safety or effectiveness.

Label Ingredients

Without agency preapproval the FDA allows homeopathic remedies to be marketed that meet certain conditions. For example, the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States (HPUS) is used as a guide that lists all the active label ingredients that homeopathic remedies must contain. This includes standards for strength, quality, and purity of the ingredient.

Additionally, the FDA requires that the label on the product, outer container, or accompanying leaflet include at least one major indication, directions for use, a list of ingredients, and the number of times the active ingredient was diluted. These are all shown on the growth hormone ingredients above.

People should not use homeopathy to replace proven conventional therapies. If you are considering using a homeopathic remedy, take the product along with you and show the growth hormone ingredients to your health care provider. That way you can determine whether the homeopathic remedy might pose any kind of risk or what drug interactions might occur.

All information provided on this 21stcenturyhgh.com website is for informational purposes only and should not be construed as medical advice or instruction.  It is not intended to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical condition.  For specific medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment, consult your doctor. None of the statements on this 21stcenturyhgh.com website have been evaluated by the FDA.