HGH Scams, Hoaxes, And Hijinxes
Unfortunately the Human Growth Hormone industry is large, unregulated, and full of unscrupulous characters. There are over 300 companies selling human growth hormone and we know of only 20-30 competent, legitimate, dealers. That gives the everyday consumer about an 85% chance of getting ripped off! Listed on the right menu bar are ways to keep yourself from the most common HGH scams. It won't take you long to read through them and it will be worth your time.
Many selling products called "HGH" obscure their ingredients because they contain no growth hormone. Some of these same people who know that homeopathic sprays are the "real deal" take their non human growth hormone containing pills, crush them up, liquefy them, and put them in a spray bottle! Then there are some that actually do sell the real substance in non-homeopathic form, over-the-counter, and are outright breaking the law by doing so.We never know what they are going to think of next! We apologize for the "underside" of the industry and hope that you can make your way safely through the mine fields.
The first half-truth told by our competition to knock all homeopathic oral sprays is that it's impossible for the HGH molecule to be absorbed under the tongue. If our spray didn't work, how do they explain the rise in IGF-1 levels of our happy customers? Other ways to outwit the public and make the sale are listed on the menu bar to the right.
If you took undiluted, non-homeopathic human growth hormone, the kind that is prescribed and injected into the system, and dropped it under your tongue, this would be true. But that ignores "homeopathic" in the phrase "homeopathic human growth hormone oral spray." The homeopathic dilution process plus the inclusion of alcohol in the product, which the FDA requires to give it a 5-year shelf life, breaks down the molecular structure so that HGH 30X CAN enter the body through the oral mucosa. This is the only way that any company has found to effectively administer Human Growth Hormone sublingually.
I bought an oral spray from http://www.flexivoice.net/faq.htm. I took it for three weeks and didn't feel anything at all. However my feet have been feeling very hot and at times I feel needles on the inside of the bottom of my feet. I am not sure if it's because of the spray or not. I had a physical done and my blood was fine.
Can you tell me please what you know about this company? They seem to be a lot less expensive than everyone else. How does your product compare?
I'd appreciate your feedback, thanks so much.
Can you tell me please what you know about this company?
Does the bottle have a lot # and expiration date? It's an unorthodox formulation. They have a 60-day guarantee so exercise it.
They seem to be a lot less expensive than everyone else?
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
How does your product compare?
We've been selling our product for over 12 years and never heard anybody complain about heat or needles.
We appreciate your business!