HGH has been touted lately for its anti-aging possibilities. The amount of HGH in our body peaks in our early 20s and goes down drastically from that point. Many people are rejuvenating themselves, and swearing by the results, by increasing HGH into their system. There are three delivery systems that add HGH into the system: homeopathic sublingual sprays, pharmaceutical injections, or pills that stimulate the release of HGH from the pituitary gland. With all three choices the goal is the same: to raise the measurable IGF-1 levels in the body in order to gain the youthful benefits. The quick discussion below on all three therapies will help you discover which protocol is right for you.
When you buy a pill form of HGH, know right up front that there is no HGH in the product. Read the ingredients. There are only stacked amino acids and other assorted stimulants. Even though the product name might be “HGH Releasor,” or “HGH Precursor,” there is no HGH in the product. It works by stimulating your Pituitary Gland into producing more HGH. There’s good news and bad news. The good news is that it actually works. The bad news is that it only works for 4-8 weeks. Then your over-stimulated Pituitary Gland says, “no mas,” and stops being stimulated. It’s really a terrible tease because just when you say to yourself, “hey this is great,” everything shuts down. Just when you realize what you’ve been missing, you lose it again.