Growth Hormone Question Of The Week April '10
I have a few questions about your product, but it's not a complaint. I purchased your advanced formula last month and just finished the first bottle. This is my first experience with any form of HGH. I'm not sure what to expect.
1) I've read various websites that claim homeopathic sprays are extremely diluted and completely ineffective. I haven't studied chemistry since high school, so I'm not an expert in this field. Once I finish the second bottle, I'll decide whether or not to place another order.
2) I'm asking for scientific data to support your claims. Although I'm a firm believer in homeopathic remedies,
3) I'd like to know how much HGH your product contains (in relation to prescribed injections).
1) I've read various websites that claim homeopathic sprays are extremely diluted and completely ineffective.
The longer a lie is told the more it "becomes" the truth. The websites you are reading that say such things are pushing their own products, even "review" sites. They put forth no "scientific data" to support their claims. Just try asking for it and you'll discover there is no email address, phone number, or physical address.
2) I'm asking for scientific data to support your claims.
Scientific data does not exist. This type of experiment would cost over $500,000 in blood tests. There is no independent lab or university that will run this test because their resources go towards other more pressing medical issues. We ran a small test 12 years ago to make sure that the product we were about to invest in actually increased IGF-1 levels. It's not HGH that brings the invigoration properties. It's IGF-1, produced by the liver when triggered by HGH, that brings the invigoration properties. If our product didn't show an increase in IGF-1 levels we wouldn't have gone into the business. Injections are the best way to get HGH into your system. Our spray gets 60%-80% of the same increase in IGF-1 levels as those using injections. Pills contain no HGH, stimulate your own pituitary to produce more HGH, but only work for about a month until your pituitary stops producing the additional HGH. We get those dissatisfied customers all the time.
3) Although I'm a firm believer in homeopathic remedies, I'd like to know how much HGH your product contains (in relation to prescribed injections).
The 200 year old science of homeopathy works on the principal that by introducing a small amount of something into your body, like pollen, it causes your body to react to defend itself from the pollen. So those with hay fever take the homeopathic remedy to protect themselves from hay fever. In the case of HGH there is only one recipe that gets the body to react a certain way, that reaction is to get the liver to produce IGF-1. We have tried to add more HGH to the recipe but the liver did not produce more IGF-1. All 30 companies that sell homeopathic HGH oral sprays use the same recipe. Any homeopathic oral spray that claims to be "stronger" is making an impossible claim.
So you can see that your question comparing our spray to injections has no meaning. The only thing you can compare is IGF-1 levels before and after use. And that's why we want people to use the product. Most find that it helps them in 5 or 6 different ways. Some don't see that it helps them in any way. If the product is helping you then continue to use it. If you need something stronger then perhaps the injections would be more appropriate. In the end, you are the only trustworthy scientific data.