Buying HGH – So You Think Your Product Contains Real HGH?

Real HGH

Real HGH is rarely contained in “HGH” products. Read the labels. The consumer has to be careful that when they are buying HGH that it contains real pharmaceutical Human Growth Hormone, the same kind that is given in injections.

Many products fool the consumer by using word such as “HGH components,” “HGH releasers,” “HGHr.” Although the labeling is not technically wrong, certainly the use of “HGH” in all its forms is quite misleading to the general buyer.

So you think most HGH products are all the same? Think again. Many top vendors sell or recommend supplements that contain absolutely no HGH whatsoever. A few are listed below. Read ingredients!

  • GenFX
  • HyperGH 14X
  • GenF20Plus
  • Somatropinne
  • HGF MAX
  • GHR1000
  • SeroVital
  • HGH Advanced
  • HGH Energizer
  • HGH 30,000
  • Sytropin
  • Eternal
  • HGH Energizer
  • Zerpic
  • Advice
  • Bodybuilding.com
  • hgh.com (sprays, pills)
  • HGH Complete
  • Maximum Result
  • Neugenisis
  • Renuva
  • Zlabs
  • Ultimate HGH
  • Rejuvenator
  • MPS Secretagogue Gold
  • Super HGH
  • Ormans Oral Spray
  • SomaLife gHP
  • iherb Promino Plus

Bottom line: growth hormone for injections must be obtained with a doctor’s prescription and the only form of real HGH that can be legally sold over the counter is “homeopathic.” So when buying HGH be very careful.

Human Growth Hormone cannot be put into a pill so no matter what the labeling there is no real HGH in any product that’s a pill.  To make matters more confusing, some companies have created oral sprays that are liquid forms of the pills they sell! Read the ingredients.

Buying Real HGH Read Ingredients

These companies use a few pennies worth of amino acids to “tickle” your pituitary gland to produce more HGH and then sell the product for prices comparative to products that actually contain real human growth hormone. It seems like a good way to naturally get an increase of HGH into your system. And it works…but only for 4-6 weeks. Then your body gets used to the tickle and the pituitary stops producing the increased HGH. It’s quite a tease as you enjoy the benefits and two months later you lose it.

Homeopathic HGH oral sprays don’t have that problem because they don’t act on the pituitary. The small amount of real pharmaceutical HGH tells the liver there is more human growth hormone in the body so that the liver will produce more IGF-1, the true invigoration substance. There is no “cycling” on and off and you can take it for as long as you like.

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