Restorage comes in packets of powder. To their credit the makers of this vitamin product do not promote it as being an hgh product. So why are reviewing it? Simple, people keep asking us about it in relation to hgh release.
Vitamin A (as beta carotene) 600 IU
Vitamin C (as ascorbic acid) 600 mg
Niacin 50 mg
Magnesium (as magnesium aspartate) 160 mg
Zinc (as zinc amino acid chelate) 15 mg
Selenium (as selenium amino acid chelate) 100 mcg
Copper (as copper citrate) 1 mg
Chromium (as chromium polyniconate)
Proprietary Muscle Support Blend: 6.150 mg
L-arginine, glycine, L-glutamine, L-Tyrosine, L-lysine (as L-lysine HCL)
Skin Enchancement Solution: 406 mg
DMG (NN-dimethylglycine HCL), GABA (gamma-amino butyric acid),alpha-lipoic acid, grape skin extract
Stevia leaf extract 240 mg
Activation Complex: 150 mg
Green tea leaf extract, cinnamon twig extract, galangal rhizome extract, pumkin seed concentrate, saw palmetto berry extract, lypocene (from tomato)
Memory and Cognitive Support Blend: 155 mg
DMAE bitartrate and resveratrol
I will repeat that Restorage is not marketed as an hgh releaser. There is nothing about hgh or human growth hormone on their website. The only part of this product that has anything to do with hgh is the proprietary muscle support blend.
This is basically just an amino acid stack lead by 3,150 mg of arginine. We have more of the usual proprietary blend BS so we do not know the exact amounts of the other amino acids. Theoretically the other four amino acids could be there in amounts appropriate to having this be a nice little stack. We like to give people the benefit of the doubt.
They do some slinging of the marketing bull with stuff about the SecretaboostC7 blend of technology patented high potency natural amino acids. Overall the marketing shoveling is at the standard level for the supplement industry.
So from an hgh stand point there is a small amino stack with a bunch of label dressing but no additional secretagogues to support the amino acids. The other ingredients do have benefit for basic health and anti-aging.
The suggested list price of $99.95 is laughable. The special retail price of $79.95 is a giggle. Fortunately you can find it for sale on the web for $49.95 plus free shipping.
This product is probably of no interest to people of any age who are mainly looking for the athletic benefits. It is an ok product for people interested in anti aging. However, we need to grade it from only an hgh perspective.
Restorage receives an hgh supplement review rating of C+.