If you are looking for an HGH alternative because you don’t like the idea of sticking yourself with needles to inject it, then homeopathic oral spray is the best solution. Just two sprays under your tongue, three times per day will get the job done. It’s a fabulous general tonic and is much less expensive than injections.
The most available alternatives are pills. But you can’t put human growth hormone into a pill so any “HGH” supplement that comes in a pill form contains absolutely no growth hormone.
Homeopathic oral sprays contain real pharmaceutical growth hormone which “tricks” your liver into producing more IGF-1 which is the real source of the invigoration properties.
I have read about your alternative human growth hormone product here.I would like to know if the makers of your product are of a medical background?Do you have testimonials of your alternative oral spray?
The lab was started by a biologist. The owner has an alternative athletic background.
We don’t believe any testimonials that we read on the internet. Having said that, we did receive an unsolicited testimonial that we posted a while back: http://www.21stcenturyhgh.com/hgh-testimonial.htm
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I had a few questions about your product. First off how do I know for sure that your oral spray has human growth hormone in it, and also is it really FDA approved? You claim that there are a lot of fake sites out there that don’t have any human growth hormone items in them but claim they do. I just want to make sure before I purchase something. Also I am in the military, and this product being FDA approved is the deciding factor as to whether or not I can take it. Have you heard of anybody in the military taking human growth hormone?
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I had a few questions about your spray as I’m seeking an HGH alternative. First off how do I know for sure that your spray has HGH in it, and also is it really FDA approved?
The way that you can tell if any nutritional product is FDA monitored is by looking at the label. If there is a “Lot #” and “Expiration Date” then it comes from an FDA inspected lab. The FDA requires these two things on homeopathic products.
You claim that there are a lot of fake sites out there that don’t have any human growth hormone items in them but claim they do. I just want to make sure before I purchase something.
Many products use “HGH” in their name like “HGH Releaser,” “Eternal HGH,” “HGHr,” etc. But you have to read the label to make sure there is “HGH” in the ingredients. If it’s not there then the product doesn’t contain it in spite of the misleading name. Generally, if it takes a long time to find the ingredients on a website or the ingredients are not listed, the product probably doesn’t contain human growth hormone. It’s like buying “Orange Drink” and discovering that the ingredients are “orange flavor,” “orange color,” “Water,” etc., but no real oranges.
Have you heard of anybody in the military taking human growth hormone?
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