The Different Types of HGH Products
Above are a few examples of the numerous products available today that are said to address low human growth hormone levels. Each product type addresses low HGH in a different way and some are more effective than others. There is also a difference in effectiveness based on quality.
Prescription required: The injections, (generic name: Somatropin) are a synthetically made hormone that can provide full HGH hormone replacement therapy (HRT). The effectiveness of the injections is not dependant upon the functioning of the pituitary gland. Human growth hormone injections are one of the most expensive drugs available.
Because the injections are an artificial hormone replacement therapy they may cause serious side effects and so should only be taken on the advice and management of a qualified physician.
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Besides containing homeopathic growth hormone the homeopathic sprays are also considered releasers because they can help the pituitary gland to increase its own release of HGH to a more healthy level. However, homeopathic sprays will not cause the pituitary gland to release more than is optimum for the individual.
Please note: not all sprays contain homeopathic human growth hormone; some contain only amino acids, vitamins, and/or herbs.
Proper homeopathic HGH products made in a U.S. FDA approved lab are deemed "OTC medicines" by the FDA and so are closely regulated. Our products are FDA registered and have a national drug code (NDC) number.
In clinical studies, the most effective products are the sprays that contain homeopathic human growth hormone. Our own homeopathic HGH formula has the best independent double-blind placebo IGF-1 clinical study results for effectiveness. No other non-injection product has better clinical results.
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No prescription required: These are the amino acid pill, tablet, capsule, and powder products that are taken by mouth and go through the stomach. They contain no form of human growth hormone. These types of products may also be called secretagogues, precursors, or enhancers.
Such products are deemed "dietary supplements" by the U.S. FDA and are regulated by their food laws.
Their main ingredients are amino acids, vitamins, and/or herbs. They are sold online and in health food stores.
Homeopathic sprays are also considered releasers because besides containing homeopathic HGH they can also help the pituitary gland to release more of its own HGH.
Please note: The amino acid releasers can cause problems with the kidneys and liver. Also the pituitary gland usually becomes resistant to these types of products rather quickly. Please click below to learn more.
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Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone
Prescription Required: Also known as Sermorelin, it is a man-made synthetic version of the growth hormone releasing hormone that is made naturally by the body.
It is a 29 amino acid polypeptide that represents the 1–29 fragment from endogenous human GHRH, which is believed to be the shortest fully functional fragment of GHRH.
Such polypeptides are also called growth hormone releasing factors. These products are given by injection.
No prescription required: Some companies have brought out patches and topical creams and they claim their patch or cream is as good as, or is better than sprays or pills.
Such products may be either homeopathic or they may contain amino acids, herbs, etc., and fall into the releaser category. They use convenience as a major selling point.
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The Nanogram Scam!
Some claim their product contains a certain number of "ng" (nanograms) of human growth hormone in order to make it appear that it contains more HGH than other products. Don't fall for this false claim. See the link below for more information.
*The only form of human growth hormone allowed in any non-prescription product is homeopathic.