Product: Super HGH
SuperRx Ingredient URL: http://www.medic8.com/healthstore/hgh_info.html
SuperRx Ingredients: L-Lysine, L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, L-Glycine, L-Pyroglutamate, L-Tyrosine Panax, Ginseng Powder, Soy Phosphotides Complex, Anterior Pituitary, Hypothalamus, Phytosterol Complex, L-Isoleucine, L-Leucine, L-Methionine, L-Phenylalanine, L-Threonine, L-Valine.
SuperRx Notes: This product is a typical "stacked amino" formula that includes the "kick" of ginsing but there is no Human Growth Hormone.
SuperRx Price: $79.95 - 1 month, plus $8 (unknown) shipping; $149.95 - 3 months $179.95.
How do you respond to this?
It will not work. That is because human growth hormone can not be absorbed into the body orally. Also, the FDA does not allow human growth hormone to be prescribed for anti-aging or muscle growing. In general I am skeptical of anything 'homeopathic' which usually means 'fake.'
The statements above are true, half-true, and false.
False because homeopathic remedies (all remedies including flu, allergies, menopause, etc.) have been around for 150 years bringing health to millions of people around the globe. If it were "fake" how could homeopathic remedies last so long?
Half-truth because he's right that the molecule will not be absorbed orally. However, since the FDA requires us to use alcohol as a preservative giving it a 5 year shelf life, the molecule is broken down sufficiently so that it is absorbed orally. Without the alcohol it doesn't get in. The person above has not seen IGF-1 levels of people prior to using the product and then 3 months later. Those levels are appreciably higher, signifying that not only is human growth hormone being absorbed but that it is working. Our product gets 60%-80% of the rise in IGF-1 levels as people who use injections.
The truth is the statement that the FDA does not allow human growth hormone to be prescribed for anti-aging or gaining muscle. The FDA has only approved the use of human growth hormone for dwarfism. However, a doctor is permitted to prescribe any medication for any purpose. They do it all the time for many different treatments of many different ailments. Human growth hormone will not help you gain muscle by itself. But if it makes an athlete feel 10% stronger, last 10% longer, and recuperate 10% faster, the work he does in the gym will cause more muscle build up. Human growth hormone is NOT a steroid.
Be very careful what you read on the internet. 90% of it is false or half-truth.