Maxi-HGH by Food Science of Vermont is a refreshingly straight forward product. Just a simple blend of a large dosage of straight amino acids. There are no other ingredients. We have also seen this product labeled as being made by DaVinci Laboratories of Vermont.
The ingredients please…
L-Glutamine 6000 mg
L-Arginine 1000 mg
L-Ornthine HCL1000 mg
L-Lysine 1250 mg
Glycine 1000 mg
Glutamine is the main event here and it is present in a more than sufficient dosage to stimulate growth hormone release. The supporting group of amino acids is there in large enough dosages to work by themselves but they are a decent supporting cast. Besides you still get a much larger dosage than with scam products like Genf20 or GHR1000.
The supplement manufacturer says that this hgh releasing powder should be taken with juice or water. Juice could interfere with proper absorption in the stomach. So we suggest just using straight water. The only problem is that there does not appear to be any flavoring so it might not taste that great.
Powders are able to provide a much larger dosage for a more reasonable price than capsules but with capsules you have no taste issues.
We plan on buying some and will experiment to see what can be done about the taste issue.
I love seeing a vitamin supplement manufacturer who puts the exact ingredients on the label and does not resort to the proprietary blend ploy.
This growth hormone releaser has a list price of $59.95 but it is easily available through the magic of internet discounters for around $30. A good buy.
This would be a good product to supplement one of the more complete products during a second cycle.
Maxi-HGH receives an HGH product review rating of B-