This article is expressly for athletes and entertainers who are seeking to enhance their performances using HGH human growth hormone. There is a lot of misinformation about HGH and we intend to clear it up and answer all your questions.
First off, HGH has been unfairly linked with steroids. HGH is made naturally by the body, steroids are not. Steroids are like an atomic bomb on the body, HGH is more like a cap gun. The two have been linked together because both have been banned by sports associations as performance enhancers. And both are illegal unless you have a doctor's prescription. But that's where the connections end. They exist in two totally different worlds.
What most people don't know is that you can, actually, obtain growth hormone legally. But there is only one form that's legal for over the counter sales: homeopathic oral sprays. The FDA has approved these homeopathic products and they can be obtained today, easily, over the Internet. You cannot obtain steroids over the counter legally in any form.
Next, steroids impact performance to a great degree because they artificially boost the growth of muscle mass and weight with many disastrous side effects. These gross gains are neither normal nor natural. On the other hand, growth hormone supplementation impacts performance only 10%-20% by invigorating the performer to physically act and mentally think longer and stronger, and to recuperate faster. There are no artificial weight gains and no side effects using homeopathic HGH.
To the extent that gym workouts are more productive using homeopathic HGH oral spray muscle gains will be generated. This is normal and natural. The only known side effects of growth hormone usage are with injected HGH, not HGH oral sprays, and almost always these negative side effects come as a result of improper over dosing.
Because growth hormone supplementation using homeopathic oral sprays is so gentle on the system, safe, and arguably achieves only slight performance gains it has been unfairly linked with steroids and unreasonably banned by athletic associations. HGH could be more easily compared to coffee, coke, chewing tobacco, bubble gum, aspirin, and Red Bull than to steroids in terms of performance enhancement. Only those people who feel comfortable with that small, yet significant, increase in performance will be happy using HGH in any form.
One of the main fears of athletes today is the detection of growth hormone usage. Up until recently there has been no test for HGH. The current test only detects increases in growth hormone for those who have injected pharmaceutical HGH into their system. There is no test that can possibly detect an increase in HGH for those who use homeopathic oral sprays. And that's because of the way homeopathic remedies are made and utilized by the body.
In homeopathy, a 200 year old science of all natural cures, a small amount of something that causes, for example, allergies, is introduced into the system which causes the body to react a certain way, in this case to produce what the body needs to fight allergies. In the case of HGH, only a very small amount of real pharmaceutical HGH is part of the recipe that gets the body to react in a certain way. Many people think it's HGH that brings the invigoration properties but it's not. An increase in HGH tells the liver to produce more IGF-1, insulin growth factor, and that's what brings the invigoration properties.
We hope we've cleared up any misconceptions you may have had regarding HGH. It's a fabulous tonic for anyone at any age. Good Luck!