Ingredient URL: http://www.zerpic.com/ingredient_list_zerpic.htm
Ingredients: L-Lysine, L-Arginine, L-Glutamine, L-Glutamine, L-Glycine, L-Pyroglutamate, L-Tyrosine Panax, Ginseng Powder, Soy Phosphotides Complex, Anterior Pituitary, Hypothalamus, Complex, L-Isoleucine, L-Leucine, L-Methionine, L-Phenylalanine, L-Threonine, L-Valine.
Notes: A few cents worth of amino acids but no Human Growth Hormone.
Price: $45.99 - 1 month, plus $12.34 (2-7 days) shipping totals $58.33; $85.99 - 3 months, plus $12.34 (2-7 days) shipping = $98.33.
Do you have any documentary medical evidence that HGH is absorbed through the mouth? (FYI, I ordered your product anyway; and thanks for a straightforward website, none of the usual).
There is very little documentary medical evidence because there is no financial motivation for it. Most tests, if any, are done by manufacturers. Do you trust them? The tests are expensive but you can do a before and after IGF-1 test on yourself by going to any blood lab.
Anyway, having said that, when we first came on the market 12 years ago we tested IGF-1 levels prior to use and after use. We wanted to be certain our oral spray worked. Since there was a substantial increase in the IGF-1 levels in all of the test subjects we knew that the oral spray was absorbed somehow. HGH is not absorbed in the stomach so it HAD to be absorbed through the oral mucosa. The alcohol in the oral spray breaks down the molecule so it can enter the body this way and apparently it doesn't have to be absorbed totally intact to work.
Hope this helps!
How do you compare to Longevity?
Longevity contains no human growth hormone whatsoever. Their product contains "HGHR" which is not HGH. Human growth hormone cannot be put in a pill form. It can be put in a liquid form to be injected or in a homeopathic preparation to be sprayed under the tongue. So, basically, there is no way for us to compare our product to theirs except to say that if you intend to buy a car you should buy a car not a boat.
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