What is HGH?
HGH (Human Growth Hormone) is known to be the controlling hormone of many functions and benefits associated with youth (such as vitality, energy levels, smoothness of skin etc.). HGH is a hormone naturally produced in the pituitary gland of the brain.
As people mature, grow older and cross the age of 30, natural levels of HGH start dropping tremendously. Lower levels of HGH translates to ageing. As levels of HGH continue to decline even further, the ageing process accelerates even more. Some common symptoms associated with ageing that are affected by dropping HGH levels are:
- Loss of lean muscles
- Bone density problems
- Sexual drive etc.
All these symptoms and others associated to ageing can be reversed by increasing the natural amounts of HGH secreted by the pituitary gland. That’s right, ALL of these symptoms can be reversed!
Physicians traditionally administered a prescription form of injectable HGH. Now, non-prescription HGH is available over the counter and also via mail order if you order HGH online.
With the increasing popularity of HGH there are many companies touting HGH products that do not contain any real HGH in them, at all. However, instead if HGH, they offer other ingredients that are said to assist in and also effectively increase, the natural stimulation of HGH in our body. At the other extreme there are certain vendors offering non-homeopathic HGH illegally. These vendors often describe their product in terms of nanograms, usually claiming they contain 100-1000 nanograms of pure HGH per dose. Leaving aside the fact that they’re illegal, a prescribed dose is closer to 2,750,000 nanograms, making the 100-1000 nanograms all but useless to the buyer.
If interested in buying homeopathic HGH, you should consider a vendor who uses a FDA-approved lab versus a vendor who only claims to be following the FDA guidelines. FDA-approved labs undergo rigorous periodic inspections, and require that every bottle of HGH be stamped with a lot# and expiration date. This is an easy way to see if a vendor is really FDA-approved or is just falsely claiming to be FDA-approved. Simply ask if their bottles are stamped with these numbers and if they’re not, they’re definitely lying about approval by FDA. The FDA also specifically advises legitimate homeopathic HGH vendors to not describe their product in terms of nanograms. Instead of that, "homeopathic HGH 30x" is one of the first ingredients you should see on the bottle.
Results cannot be guaranteed upon starting to take HGH, and results will vary from individual to individual. Some people may feel little benefit, while others claim to feel and even look 10-20 years younger after taking HGH for several months. As with any new regime, you should contact a qualified medical practitioner before beginning to take HGH.