Growth Factor, Why Take it? The reason most people have never heard of Human Growth Hormone before was; it is a product injected by physicians for a cost from $1000 to $3000 or more per month so it had limited exposure in the medical community and the wealthy. Our Growth Factors are now your alternative.
Is Growth Factor Safe? Growth factor has substantial benefits and no known side effects.
Injected Human Growth Hormone - Side Effects
If your body has too much HGH in it, you can develop a disease called acromegaly, which causes the hands and face to grow freakishly big. The jaw becomes larger and your face becomes rough and oily. Organs like the heart, kidney and liver will also start to grow too much, which can cause heart disease, diabetes and other nasty ailments. Using HGH can also increase the risk of cancer because of the unnatural growth of cells. Some doctors say the apparent increase in the size of Barry Bonds' head over the past few seasons is a sign that he has injected HGH to improve athletic performance. While human growth hormone may help some athletes, using HGH is also cheating and its dangerous side effects can be especially damaging to kids and teens, whose bodies are already going through major changes during puberty.
Some Reported Benefits of Growth Factor have been:
� Loose fat, gain lean muscle
� Sexual performance enhanced
� Memory retention improved
� Skin elasticity improved
� Energy level improved
� Stamina improved
As we age our pituitary gland slows production of Growth Hormone (about 14% per decade) <![if !vml]><![endif]>therefore reducing the amount present in the body.
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Because of the unscrupulous advertising practices from the manufacturers of inferior dietary products, the FDA & FTC have made it clear that we may use the correct printed information that indicates rGH spray is indeed Growth Hormone on our website but that no-one may use the word Growth Hormone on the bottle containing the product for sale to the public; because we must fly under the radar screen. We must use Growth Factor instead, which is perfectly acceptable. We must also place the following statement on our website:
These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate or prevent any disease. OverTheCounter Rejuvenis Max is produced according to the guidelines of the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States. Furthermore, with respect to our Rejuvenis Max and Somastatin products, in order to comply with current FTC requirements, we must state all anti-aging benefits mentioned are associated with the injectable form of somatotropin and not our OTC HPUS products.
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