This time we have an [tag-tec]hgh[/tag-tec] releaser supplement that comes as individual packets of powder.
This product comes from Maximum Human Performance ( MHP ) and was formulated by Dr. Vincent C. Giampapa, MD. Dr. Giampapa was a founding member of the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine ( A4M ).
Maybe we are actually looking at a decent product.
This time the ingredients were easy to find. We just took them off the box.
+ Anterior pituitary substance 25 mg
+ Broad Bean 10 mg
Amino acid blend: 5,000 mg
+ L-Arginine ( as L-arginine HCL )
+ Pyroglutamic acid
+ L-Lysine ( as L-lycine HCL )
Good ingredients. All proven growth hormone releasers. A very good gh stack.
This is an older formula and would be better if it was updated with the addition of a couple newer supplements.
We never like it when the exact amount of each ingredient is not disclosed. The 5,000 mg amino acid blend could theoretically contain enough of one or two to stimulate growth hormone release. Shame not to have the real information.
I said the ingredients came off the box. No, I did not just read it on a shelf. I have actually taken this product.
See, when we find what looks to be a decent product, we buy some and give it a try. Well we bought some boxes of Secretagogue One and took it for a couple of weeks.
The test subjects are all people who are into these kinds of supplements and have a long history of taking it. There were no fancy blood test but all the experiential reports were positive.
When properly cycled, each box can be a 6 week supply. The suggested retail is $74.95 but it can be found on the web for under $45.00. That makes the monthly effective cost about $30.00. A good value.
This is one of the best anti-aging products we have come across to date.
We do have to grade down for the lack of full disclosure.
Secretagogue One receives a product rating of B.