Human Growth Hormone, Baseball, and Athletes

When Jason Grimsley, relief pitcher for the Arizona Diamondbacks, had his home raided by Federal Agents in early June they were looking for Human Growth 辣木籽 Hormone and other “performance enhancing” drugs. A lot of misinformation and negative assumptions were promulgated about HGH. Not only can you buy real HGH legally, over-the-counter, but also there’s a big difference between growth hormone and steroids. The former is a firecracker, the latter an atomic bomb!

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Baseball players are not the only athletes taking Human Growth Hormone. Athletes in every professional sport are using it to gain a performance edge, as well as Hollywood performers to enhance their looks and energy level. There currently is no test that detects HGH. Even though it can be prescribed by a doctor without much effort, Grimsley got in trouble because he allegedly had it in his possession without a doctor’s prescription. The irony is that most athletes don’t realize that homeopathic HGH oral spray is approved for over the counter sales by the FDA and is sold quite legally over the internet.

Homeopathic HGH oral spray contains real pharmaceutical HGH and purportedly gets 60%-80% of the same effects of growth hormone injections. It is much less expensive (about $75 per month) than injections (Grimsley was caught with 14 doses that he paid $3200 for) and no needles are involved.

But those looking for legal forms of HGH should be careful. There are well-funded vendors that advertise products called “HGH Releasers,” “HGH Precursors,” “HGH Secretagogues,” and many other misleading names. These products contain absolutely no HGH. Consumers should read labels to make sure that “HGH,” “Human Growth Hormone,” or “Somatotropin” is part of the ingredients list. An ingredient such as “HGHr” and other similar sounding names are bogus HGH products.

These products rely on an excellent theory that does not play out well in reality. The theory is to stack a bunch of amino acids and other natural stimulants to tickle your own pituitary gland to produce more Human Growth Hormone. And it does. But the human body is an amazing machine. After 4-8 weeks of this stimulation the pituitary gland gets used to the “tickle” and stops producing additional HGH. It’s a terrible tease to the consumer because you get all the great benefits and then all of a sudden those benefits are all gone! Vendors don’t tell you this happens. Even slimier is the fact that these vendors are producing a product using a few cents worth of natural stimulants and selling it at a price that is comparable to products containing real HGH. Their profit margins are huge!

Homeopathic HGH oral spray is very gentle on the human body. All homeopathic remedies are. HGH oral spray does not require the stimulation of the pituitary gland. The spray triggers your liver to produce IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor 1), which is the source of the invigoration process, just as if more HGH were flowing through your system. Human Growth Hormone is the primary hormone in the body. It controls all the other hormones. HGH becomes a gentle tonic for the body. Athletes claim they feel stronger, last longer, and recuperate faster. Most claim a 10%-20% performance enhancement with absolutely no side effects. HGH is known to increase lean muscle mass but is not used in the “bulking up” process. That’s what steroids do and HGH is not a steroid.

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