The pituitary gland is the body’s natural “fountain of youth.” It secretes HGH, or the human growth hormone, that regenerates the cells—yielding benefits like beautiful skin, high energy levels, and the ability to bounce back to perfect health after a disease or injury.
As we grow olde, though, HGH production startes to decrease at a rather rapid rate of 14% per decade. We start to age, and the all-too-common symptoms include wrinkles, fatigue, lower resistance against disease, and slower rate of recovery after an illness or injury. Lower HGH is even linked to loss of libido and greater weight gain.
Modern science has tried to stop aging by creating injectable HGH. This is a homeopathic cure that does not require a doctor’s prescription. You can buy it over the counter, or even order it online.
While HGH is readily available, interested consumers must be wary of being tricked by companies who are trying to take advantage of the “marketing buzz” that this “miracle hormone” has received.
For example, it is important to check if the HGH levels of the product contain at least a 30x dilution. Anything lower than that simply won’t render any tangible effects—or so clinical studies have revealed. Consumers should also be wary of products that claim “mega-doses” of HGH, which are non-homeopathic and illegal. The best way to take HGH is in low but frequent doses. It is also important to read the fine print. Does the product contain HGH, or do the ingredients simply stimulate the body’s production of HGH?
Consumers can check HGH products for a sign that they have used an FDA-approved labs, which are routinely inspected and mandate that all products are sold with an expiry date and are labeled with the concentration (“30x”). Do not get HGH products that only follow FDA regulations, and label product in terms of