The most common question from people is:

“There is so much interesting yet confusing and contradictory information about human growth hormone. How do I chose what is right for me and my family?”

When looking to buy human growth hormone, key information is needed. The anti-aging information listed below will clarify what is available and help you make the most appropriate choice. We are experts in this field and will happily serve as your Expert Educational Guides.

There are 4 basic “classes” of human growth hormone products. They are as follows:

1. The actual human growth hormone injection. This is available ONLY by prescription from an M.D.

Advantages: The major advantage to this is that human growth hormone will get into your blood stream quickly.

Disadvantages: The cost is prohibitive for most people, ranging from $800 up to $4000 or more per month. It is by injection only. In addition, when the body depends upon an outside source of a hormone, the gland responsible for production of the hormone, has a tendency to atrophy or shutdown. This can be potentially dangerous.

NOTE: Who should be taking this form of human growth hormone? Individuals over the age of 70 with very low human growth hormone levels. As an expert in this area, we support this use in these instances only.

Conclusion: Unless levels are extremely low and one is over 70, use the recommended method below.

2. Homeopathic Human Growth Hormone.

This is a micro-dose of growth hormone itself, prepared by vigorously shaking (a simple process called “percussing”) and is given in a tiny dose — 0.0025% of the normal amount in the body.

Advantages: It is less expensive than prescription human growth hormone and often comes in a painless spray form and can be be fun and entertaining to mist or spray around. The mist is easy to use and rather fun to spray.

Disadvantages: There is no data to suggest homeopathic growth hormone works to any degree. A recent letter written by a medical expert from UCLA and published in the L.A. Times, clearly stated that this way of preparing human growth hormone is “useless.” This idea has been reiterated time and again in professional journals as well as experienced, reputable clinicians throughout the world.

In addition to preparing human growth hormone, the binders and fillers are also prepared, making this potentially dangerous for long term use. The body does not need additional toxins and is always working to get rid of them. Human growth hormone is a large molecule and will not pass through the membranes in the mouth. It is very unstable and breaks down in the mouth before ever reaching the blood stream with sprays.

Conclusion: Useless and potentially dangerous as stated in many places by many experts, including us. Simply avoided. There is a much safer and more effective means.

As someone who has studies homeopathic medicine for a long time, I can safely say that Homeopathic human growth hormone is ineffective. I have used this style of medicine (homeopathy) for years and if done correctly, homeopathics can be effective.

3. Precursors. These are substances, usually amino acids, that are broken down in the liver and converted into human growth hormone.

Advantages: For short term use (assuming the dose is correct and the ratios are correct), this can be an effective means of increasing human growth hormone levels. They are generally less expensive than the above categories.

Disadvantages: Most formulas come in too high a dosage and ignore ratios. Once the formula is stopped, a person’s levels plummet below initial levels. Also, as with the actual human growth hormone, when an outside source of human growth hormone is provided, the gland responsible atrophies or shuts down.

Conclusion: Fine for short term use only with repeated blood tests. Must be cautious and be sure to use the exact combinations or sequence of amino acids. If not, the entire chain of aminos can be thrown out of balance and metabolic problems will occur.

4. Releasers. Substances which stimulate the release of the body’s own growth hormone.

Advantages: This is the safest and often most effective group by far. They work in sync with the body and are quite powerful.

Disadvantages: Overall, not very many but there are some. Formulas in this category do not use adequate dosages of releasers (the opposite problem compared to human growth hormone Precursors). Processing methods can be poor.

Conclusion: Recommended group – RELEASERS.