Common Concerns about HGH Supplements.
To maintain our integrity and reputation as a reputable retailer of HGH Supplements it is in the spirit of full disclosure that we provide a balance of information concerning issues related to the use of HGH products.
First let us be clear that GHR is "NOT" HGH. Rather GHR is referred to in the medical field as a "Secretagogue". In layman terms we simply refer to these products as "Growth Hormone Releasers", hence the acronym "GHR".
GHR Products were designed to causes your pituitary gland to release more of your body's own HGH, as it did when you were younger, which of course is why you looked younger.
The perceived benefits behind using a Releaser it is not only that your body's own HGH is being released, it is being released in a manner that is more balanced than if you were to either inject HGH directly into your blood system (a very costly endever), or if you were to ingest other forms of synthetic HGH supplements.
The concerns with any HGH product is over usage, causing hypertension in rare instance. It is therefor best to occasionally monitor your blood pressure, which we all should do anyway regardless of our lifestyle.
Also,to maintaine balance between your body's own natural release of HGH and the extra release that results from using a GHR product we always recommend that our clients "cycle" their usage, that is to take the product for 5 days straight followed by 2 days off.
Most clients take the product Monday through Friday then take the weekend off. This makes it easy to recall when you last took a dose.
Some doctors also believe that since Secretagogues are relatively new in the industry, roughly 10 years, the long term side effects need continued evaluation, which we support.
Our company, GHR Products, Inc., has sold the same base formula since 1999 and although the original formula has been modified to maximize the release of HGH using the advanced formulas shown below, we have not with any of our formulas received any significant customer complaints regarding side effects