Human growth hormone is used by sports figures and personalities to enhance their ability and by seniors as an anti-aging protocol. Itís unfortunate that the industry is so rife with unscrupulous vendors. Buyers should become more educated before making a purchase. Simply because a supplement prints the name "HGH" all over its label, that doesnít indicate it has real human growth hormone in its ingredient listings.
It's frustrating for the 35 providers who utilize the authentic ingredient to compete alongside the 280 suppliers who deposit a few cents worth of amino acids and/or herbs together, name it "HGH Releaser," "HGH Blend," "HGH Secretagogue," etc., and subsequently vend it at rates comparable to products that include the very high-priced actual human growth hormone ingredient. Pharmaceutical HGH must be printed on the label as "Human Growth Hormone," "HGH," or "Somatotropin" or the product does not contain it.
Homeopathic human growth hormone oral spray is the lone nutritional supplement that is approved by the FDA for sale over the counter that contains real pharmaceutical HGH. For injections you must get a health care professional's script and a source of uncontaminated needles. You canít put growth hormone in a tablet and though the tablets promote the pituitary to manufacture added HGH, it just works for roughly six weeks at which time your pituitary gets used to the non-natural stimulation.
In our estimation Sytropin is one of the worst offenders in bewildering the buyer when it comes to HGH. They have taken the selling of the pill form of human growth hormone to an entirely new-fangled stage through producing it into an oral spray! Since itís an oral spray and not a pill the buyer assumes that it's homeopathic human growth hormone, containing the real stuff, while it's not. It still contains absolutely no authentic human growth hormone, the same as the tablets have no real human growth hormone. There is an additional company that has actually done a comparable advertising ploy by producing the capsule type of "HGH" into a substance given out for injection. This is extraordinarily puzzling to the general public.
Folks ought to always look at the ingredient listing on any nutritional supplement they purchase. The ingredient listings illustrate that Sytropin combines HGH components with L-group amino acids. It does not say that Sytropin includes human growth hormone. It affirms that Sytropin consists of HGH COMPONENTS. What are HGH components? Whatever it is, it's not HGH.
It's like saying a Go-Kart contains the automobile "components" of a steering wheel and four tires however it's not an car! If the product contained real pharmaceutical human growth hormone it would aver such and it doesn't.
The preponderance of companies like these have large net profits on their products because they donít have the great outlay of using real, pricey, pharmaceutical HGH as an ingredient. Unfortunately, they can utilize these additional earnings to form marketing and advertising budgets that enable them to acquire high rankings in various search engines. They smother out companies that promote products with actual HGH, therefore the customer has a hard time finding them. The consumer has to carry out an inordinate amount of study only to keep from getting a supplement that isnít in fact what they expected.
Caveat Emptor! Buyer Beware!