Today’s entry into the ultimate [tag-tec]hgh[/tag-tec] product search is hGH Release by Z-Labs. Here we have a gh stack that comes in capsules which means there might be some chance that it works.
The ingredients please…..
Proprietary Blend (2895 mg) of:
Ornithine Alpha-Ketogluaric (OKG)
Anterier Pituitary (extract)
Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic Acid) 10 mg
Another one of these stupid proprietary blends. Remember they usually exist for two reasons, there is something real cool or to hid a lack of ingredients. This product would seem to fall into the second category.
What do we have here besides a company that can’t spell the word anterior correctly on there website or label? They did 50% on glycine not glysine.
It is a little hard to tell because they don’t think you have a right to know.
In a situation like this it is necessary to assume that this is a legally conforming label. That would mean that the components of the blend are listed in order from greatest amount to least amount.
One then needs to work the label from a number of directions. One can assume that the top amino acids are present in the minimum necessary quantity. One can start at the bottom and assume that the minimum necessary quantity of some of the lesser ingredients is present. It is also possible to work outward from some of the middle ingredients.
Then you spin all the possible combinations around in your head.
The final result is always the same. Any workable combination ends up with at a third or more of the ingredients just being present only in label dressing amounts. A good lists of ingredients but there is no way to possibly have them all present in the minimum amounts. Even allowing for the synergy of the stacking effect, it is just not possible.
Specifically there is no workable combination where the lysine, glycine or OKG can be present in meaningful amounts. Plus colostrum is always label dressing.
There are some combinations that are workable. This means that 3 to 6 of the ingredients can be present in amounts that you will get some benefit. So the best this third generation product can be is OK.
The website states that the regular price is $59.95 but the sale price is $39.95. Well at $59.95 forget it. However, don’t worry, this special has been going on for months. Making the true price $39.95. That might be OK if the suggested retail was $39.95 and the web supplement store discounted price or manufacturer’s direct price was $25 to $28.
We do the best we can with the information provided. This is not a product that we are in any hurry to try ourselves but it might be a fun one to send out for testing.
Again we must grade down for the lack of full disclosure and are going to assume that they made the best hgh product possible with what is given
Z-Labs hGH Release gets a hgh supplement review rating of C+.