Human Growth Hormone
A natural hormone produced in the pituitary gland, the Human Growth Hormone (HGH) plays an essential role in the body’s cell regeneration, growth and development - as people approach middle age, the pituitary gland starts to reduce the amount of HGH it produces.
By injecting synthetic HGH, you can reactivate your juvenile growth tendencies – can treat people with growth hormone deficiency. HGH also provides a whole lot of other benefits that can help to enhance our overall wellbeing:Boosts muscle strength
HGH stimulates collagen in the skeletal muscle and tendons which can improve our physical capacity. By increasing muscle strength, it can further enhance workout performance.Weight loss enhancement
The abnormal secretion of the human growth hormone can lead to an inefficient lipolytic effect – the breakdown of lipids in the body. By encouraging lipolysis, HGH can also serve as therapy for people who suffer with obesity.Strengthens the bones
HGH stimulates the production of IGF-1 which is produced in the liver and released through our blood. The combination of IGF-1 and the growth hormone will vitalise bone-forming and bone-resorbing cells – leading to improved bone mass.HGH as a Treatment
HGH can help to treat certain illnesses, such as:Growth hormone deficiency
Pituitary adenoma is associated with growth hormone deficiency - a benign tumour on the pituitary gland. Child sufferers are usually shorter and rounded, despite their normal body proportions. HGH has long been used to treat this condition – often injected in body areas with fatty tissue such as the arms, thighs and buttocks.
HGH is widely used to treat HIV-related wasting – with high doses having the ability to increase weight and lean body mass in AIDS sufferers. This reduces the risk of further complications and even death caused by HIV.