Here is capsule entrant into the pill vs. spray battle. According to the website this [tag-tec natural hgh]natural product[/tag-tec] was designed by doctors. Doctors of what?
Before I have my fun with Pure HGH Releaser, let us go over the ingredients.
Each 4 Capsules Contain 2250 mg.:
+ Homeopathic HGH (Somatropin) 400mg
+ Anterior Pituitary 80 mg
+ Adrenal Gland 50 mg
+ Hypothalamus 20 mg
+ L Glutamine 200 mg
+ L Arginine 200 mg
+ L Pyroglutamate 200 mg
+ L Glycine 200 mg
+ L Lysine 200 mg
+ Creatine 200 mg
+ Siberian Ginseng 300 mg
There is the usual attempt to make it seem like comments about injectable human growth hormone applies to their product. Not true.
There is supposedly a clinical trial that says IGF-1 levels increased by a “whopping 402%”. I won’t believe it until I see that actual trial report, the names of the actual doctors involved and what reputable organization oversaw the project. Until seeing that data, my stance is that this is a false statement.
This would supposedly make this product superior to injectable hgh. The real studies published in established medical journals do not make those kinds of claims using the real prescription human growth hormone.
The website makes a big deal about the team involved in this product and their great expertise. If this is true, how come they can’t label the product properly?
Meanwhile, back to the ingredients.
Homeopathic HGH (Somatropin) 400 mg….. ridiculous. Homeopathic ingredients are described according to their potency. Such as 3x, 3c, 3m. Measurements in milligrams have absolutely nothing to do with homeopathic ingredients. Real homeopathic remedies come in little tiny pills that might weigh 5 mg with most of the material being the inactive physical pill.
So this company claims to have a panel of medical experts and a strong research team. None of whom seem to know anything about homeopathic medicine but are willing to sell the product. They do claim to have a creative marketing group. Should that read slimey?
We will skip the whole rant on the foolishness of homeopathic hgh.
OK. The anterior pituitary should cause some hgh release. There is not enough of any one amino acid to do much good. The Siberian ginseng should provide some energy rush.
This “wonderful” product only costs $75 per month. Forgetting about the homeopathic component, the rest is worth about $19.95.
They will send you one bottle free. You pay shipping of $6.95. If you must try this product, take the free one. Do not even consider any of the special multiple bottle discounts.
Just because of the ridiculousness of the whole thing with the homeopathic hgh …..
Pure GH Releaser receives a product rating of F.