Claims That Some HGH Sprays Are Not Homeopathic
Some companies and/or distributors claim their spray product contains human growth hormone but it is not homeopathic. They claim their product is a real human growth hormone product like the injections and contains the most "nanograms" of HGH (example: 30,000 ng), and some have even made up a new category they call the "supplemental HGH" category. This is all nothing but sales hype!
These distributors want customers to believe their product is different than other homeopathic HGH sprays and can give your body all the human growth hormone it needs, as the injections can do. This is completely untrue.
A dose of non-homeopathic human growth hormone requires a prescription and must be injected due to the large size of the HGH molecule. To confirm what I am saying please consult the FDA.
Also, any product that has the word nanograms on the label is not FDA registered because the FDA does not allow the use of milligrams, grams, etc., when stating homeopathic amounts. Proper FDA registered homeopathic products will give the amounts in potencies such as "X" and "C".
Please understand that the most any non-injection HGH product can be is homeopathic, but whether their product is homeopathic or not it still cannot contain any more human growth hormone than homeopathic products.
However, since their product can only contain homeopathic amounts of growth hormone, if it doesn't have the homeopathic process to potentiate and activate the HGH it cannot be effective. If you only have dilutions of human growth hormone that have not been properly potentiated, and dilutions is what an amount such as 30,000 nanograms is, you have nothing.
These distributors may not know much about human growth hormone and the therapies available yet they are now selling HGH products, and these are false claims they use to make sales.
In Homeopathy More Does Not Always Mean Better
During the homeopathic process the properties and energies of the human growth hormone molecules are transferred into the water molecules of the base solution, this makes the formula potentiated and effective. The water molecules are then absorbed successfully under the tongue.
Homeopathy is a very different type of medicine than what many of us are used to, yet it has been used effectively throughout the world for over 200 years. It may be hard to understand how a product can produce results if it does not contain a large dose of a man-made drug but homeopathic products do not try to give the body a large dose of an artificial hormone, which is what the injections are.
Homeopathic products can be very effective because they use a small amount of HGH that has been potentiated and so can help the pituitary gland to produce and release a more healthy amount of its own real human growth hormone.
I believe the reason why some sellers want customers to believe their product is not homeopathic is because they know that many customers do not understand how homeopathy works, and so they will incorrectly think that more nanograms must mean the product is better. Sellers also know that in the past some in modern western medicine have refused to acknowledge the effectiveness of homeopathy and other alternative therapies.
As a licensed member of modern western medicine myself for the past 30 years I know that alternative medicines such as homeopathy have been looked down upon by members of our medical community, and have also been thought of as competition.
Thankfully more and more members of modern medicine are now realizing the effectiveness of alternative medicines and some are even being crossed trained.
Again, those who make claims about their spray product being the same as the injections cannot get past these facts:
Lisa Wells, RN
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