This supplement comes in two forms. There are pills and a spray bottle. Usually we review each product separately but this time we are making an exception because they claim that the two versions are exactly the same.
What is actually in this product?
We have no idea. No where do they attempt to show the supplemental facts label or provide anything close to an exact ingredient list. There are some general comments about true homeopathic hgh, six potent Growth Factors, and 8 proven amino acid releasers. No explanation of what this means.
When someone is not willing to tell you exactly what is in a product, you can bet it is not much. They do make a deal out of the 30,000 nanograms claim. If you are unfamiliar with nanograms please read our nanogram scam article.
Basically this company is saying that each serving contains .03/mg of some undefined ingredients. Right.
Hgh pills vs. hgh spray?
Spray bottle hgh supplements should always be avoided. If the pills have the same formulation as the spray, the pills should be avoided too.
These delightful supplements make your credit card lighter by $89.95. Even if there was something to the homeopathic angle, this would be an under $20.00 product.
HGH 30,000 receives a double product comparison rating of F.