Chrysalis XS Spray An Hgh Supplement Review

Chrysalis XS Spray is supposed to be the new replacement for a product named Cocoon GH HGH Spray.  Well I wonder how bad that Cocoon Spray was?

What looks like the home site for the manufacturer has no listing of ingredients.  We were not even going to bother with a review of this product but people keep asking about it.  So even though it comes in a spray bottle, we will give it a quick run

Back to ingredients. 

The bottom of the Cocoon Nutrition page has a small mention that OTC Chrysalis is produced according to the guidelines of the HPUS.  That would be the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States.  This would suggest that it is a homeopathic product.

However other sites actively selling this hgh oral spray says that it contains 833 nanograms of growth hormone per spray.

So we are either dealing with the fraud of homeopathic hgh or the nanoscam.

Either way what you get for your money is an expensive 30 ml spray bottle of water.

Chrysalis XS Spray receives an hgh supplement review rating of F.

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9 Responses to Chrysalis XS Spray An Hgh Supplement Review

  1. Gil D says:

    I’m wondering why you are rating Chrysalis so low after so many consumers reported great improvement and positive changes in their health, vitality, sexual drive, etc.
    I heard Stephen Heuer and his GH Chrysalis on Rense radio talk show and I don’t believe the guy is a fraud. He seemed to me a honest and decent person. However I would like to know what according to you is the best true GH spray bottle in the market so that I could make a pick.
    I appreciate your response

    • hgh truths says:

      If he is such a grand fellow why is he under federal indictment?

      This from a Department of Justice Press Release:
      SAN JOSE, Calif. – A federal grand jury sitting in San Jose last week indicted a former Campbell, Calif., businessman for his involvement in conspiring to illegally distribute human growth hormone, fraudulently selling products that he falsely claimed contained HGH, and using offshore bank accounts and a “corporation sole” tax filing status to commit tax evasion, United States Attorney Joseph P. Russoniello announced today.

      An indictment returned on December 3 and unsealed December 15 charged Stephen Joseph Heuer, 48, formerly of Aptos, Calif., and now of Greer, S.C., and Robert Bohen, 50, of Trabuco Canyon, Calif., with conspiracy, distribution of HGH, distribution of misbranded drugs, and mail fraud. The indictment also charged Heuer with tax evasion.

      You need to read more of the articles in our spray category. You will find that there is no such thing as a true growth hormone spray product. Spray products are frauds.

  2. Linda says:

    I would like to know why you say fraud when
    I have used these products and you can tell the
    difference in 48 hours.

    I can see that you are not to well versed in
    natural vs. drugs. Read a book called
    Murder by Injection, by Eustace Mullins.

    Our gov. the drug companies and whe WHO
    order do not want you to be able to use products
    to heal yourself and get well.

    Just read the book.

    • hgh truths says:


      Eustace Mullins? How do we even reply to someone ewho wants to quote him?

      These people are frauds because they want to sell you a product that is based on a prescription pharmaceutical drug that is meant to be taken by injection. There is nothing natural about it.

      Read the book 20 years ago when I was already a believer that natural was the way to go whenever I had the choice.

  3. Ex Back says:

    Hey, cool tips. I’ll buy a glass of beer to the person from that chat who told me to go to your site :)

  4. tamara y says:

    If his spray is not the best then who’s is?

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  6. sal the pl says:

    Hi there!
    First of all, the homoeopathic remedies, or medicines or doesn’t matter how u or they call them, depending on how diluted they are, can contain a very little or none of the initial substance, the Chinese call them energy medicines, why?
    well,those remedies, are very diluted medicines of different things from the universe, and they , under a cucu process, retain the energy of whatever they r made of!
    it might sound crazy, but hey, life’s crazy, and ppl are not all the same, some r like me, cucu!
    Now, u can chose to get informed b4 u start dong something, is your choice, and I don’t blame anybody for doing whatever they want! but when is about health, that can cost you a lot, and I don’t mean money, nope!
    so u guys,do what u have 2 do! peace 2 u!

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