Hgh Surge is a human [tag-tec]growth hormone[/tag-tec] releasing supplement in pill form. It comes to us from one of the more respected nutritional supplement manufacturers, Source Naturals.
The fun part of this product is the use of a multifaceted approach to promote increased levels of human growth hormone release. Hgh Surge uses the standard amino acids along with herbs and vitamins that stimulate neurotransmitters.
Oh boy! I usually love vitamins that mess with my neurotransmitters.
The Bio Aligned ingredients are:
Niacin (as inositol nicotinate) 400 mg
Chromium 200 mcg
(as chromium polyniconate & chromium picolinate)
L-Arginine L-Pyroglutamate 1g
L-Lysine HCL 750 mg
L-Glutamine 500 mg
Acetyl L-Carnitine 450 mg
Glycine 400 mg
GABA (gamma-aminobutyric acid) 350 mg
Velvet Bean Standardized Extract 15% 300 mg
Yielding 45 mg L-Dopa
L-Ornithine HCL 250 mg
Ornithine Ketoglutarate 250 mg
L-Citruline 250 mg
DMAE (as bitarate) 100 mg
Ginko Leaf Extract (50:1) 25% Flavoneglycosides 100 mg
5-HTP (L-Hydroxytryptophan) 50 mg
Toothed Clubmoss 5 mg
Standardized Extract 1% Yielding 50 mcg Huperzines A & B
How wonderfully refreshing to find an hgh product that lists all the ingredients in the exact amounts. None of the usual proprietary blend BS. Of course this product comes from a company that would be tough to compete with when it comes down to distribution and price.
Hgh Surge contains just enough amino acids to start the process going. Leaning mostly on the combination of arginine pyroglutamate and lysine. Enough aminos for anti-aging but the bodybuilding crowd will probably want to supplement it with increased amino acid dosages.
The biggest draw back is that these are large tablets. So if you have a problem swallowing pills, this is not the product for you.
The real fun is the part where they mess with your brain chemistry. Designed to have a mood enhancing and mental clarity effect by boosting levels of dopamine, serotonin, and acetylcholine for starters. Good stuff that also stimulates natural growth hormone release.
However, this is not a product to take if you are on prescription drugs for mood enhancement or taking MAO inhibitors. Tread carefully or talk to a integrative medicine trained physician.
Also the brain chemistry change can make for more active dreaming. This can be both good and bad depending on what you have going on inside your head.
Our private group of guinea pigs have been experimenting with this product for a couple of months. Some people really liked it and some preferred to have less of a brain stimulus. Nobody hated it.
Being a bit hardcore and experienced, I started with the maximum dosage of five tablets. I would recommend that most people start out with one tablet and increase the dosage by one tablet per day.
Nothing dangerous here. All people tend to react differently to changes in brain neurotransmitter levels and we always like to error on the side of caution.
Source Natural describes the product as a growth hormone enhancer for youthful vitality and it is that. It is probably not the product for the weight lifting group though it can be a nice addition to a primarily amino acid product regime.
The supplement’s grade blends the needs of both groups. As just an age management product it would rate higher and used as a sports supplement it would rate lower.
That is right, we usually mention cost. The suggested retail price is $36.50 for the 150 tablet bottle. There are options to buy it with only 50 or 100 tablets per bottle so be careful when doing price comparisons.
We found the 150 capsule bottle was easily available discounted to under $20 making this a very high value option.
HGH Surge receives an hgh supplement review rating of B.