First off we have a [tag-tec best hgh product]hgh[/tag-tec] oral spray bottle.
“Oh no! Not again!” “Yes again.”
Once again we have a hgh product claiming to be made from hgh. You know the prescription drug.
The website plays the usual games of trying to make it look like studies done with injectable hgh apply to their product. Yeah, right.
My favorite is the expectations page. Here you are shown what to expect over a six month period.
Great idea, just one problem.
The header Expectations has an asterisk after it. Searching down toward the bottom of the page one finds some teeny print. The print says that this table is based on a study done by The New England Journal of Medicine done with injectable human growth hormone. “Results with HGH Extreme can vary” Duh.
+ Human Growth Hormone 10x/30x
+ Avena Sativa 3c
+ Glycyrrhiza Glabra 3c
+ Arginine 4c
+ Glutamine 4c
+ Isoleucine 4c
+ Leucine 4c
+ Lysine 4c
+ Ornithine 4c
+ Valine 4c
+ Colostrum 5c
+ Gonadostimuline 5c
+ ATP 5c
+ Glycogen 6c
+ Cortisone 12c
Not going to get into the homeopathic debate. Homeopathic practioners, that I spoke with, think that a list this long in one product is ludicrous.
Most of the ingredients do not work the way the manufacturers are claiming. Equally ludicrous is the whole concept of making a homeopathic product from prescription injectable hgh. Just not legitimate.
However we have something better.
This product is sold for the bargain price of $119.95 per bottle. Approximately $100 more than you would pay for a high end homeopathic product at your local natural products store.
The hgh product rating for Physicians Blend HGH Extreme is an F.