What is Homeopathic HGH?
Homeopathic HGH – a term that describes a product that does not contain real HGH, but, instead, contains an imprint of HGH in its base solution.
What does that mean?
If you find the term homeopathic HGH confusing, have no fear, we will explain the process by which some companies produce HGH in this form, as opposed to real HGH available from a doctor specializing in hormone replacement therapy.
What is homeopathic HGH and how is it made?
- Homeopathic HGH is a liquid spray preparation created by a pharmacist or physician in a government approved lab.
- A small amount of bio-synthetic somatropin (human growth hormone) is mixed with a base solution (often alcohol or distilled water) and then undergoes an extensive succussion (vigorous shaking) and dilution process. Note: it is believed that the process of succussion activates the “vital energy” of the diluted substance and that through successive dilutions the potency of the preparation is enhanced. Additional note: HGH is extremely fragile –the act of shaking can destroy the beneficial properties of HGH.
- Through the process, the properties and electromagnetic energies of the HGH molecules are imparted into the molecules of the base solution.
The finished product does not contain any real HGH, but rather its “essence.”
Is homeopathic HGH safe to use?
The safety and effectiveness of homeopathic HGH are questionable. As with any homeopathic product, you have to know where it has been made. Some companies use government approved labs while others prepare the products in substandard facilities. Most homeopathic items are not tested by the government unless complaints arise. There can be extensive differences between the properties of various products that say they contain the same ingredients.
The lower priced an item is, the higher the chance that the manufacturer used inferior quality products in the preparation.
Difference between Homeopathic and Real HGH
The first difference between homeopathic and real HGH is that the homeopathic version comes as a liquid that is sprayed under the tongue. Real HGH is an injectable. The structure of the actual HGH molecule is too large to enter the body through the oral or nasal membranes or the skin. It would also be destroyed by the body’s natural digestive processes if taken orally.
Homeopathic HGH in spray form is said to penetrate the thin skin under the tongue because it does not contain real HGH, but rather its electromagnetic essence.
What is the best homeopathic HGH to use for someone who does not want to get real HGH injections?
It is difficult for us to provide an answer to this question as we are a legitimate hormone replacement clinic. Our doctors know that real, bioidentical HGH is the only safe and effective method of increasing human growth hormone levels.
That being said, if a person does want to first attempt a homeopathic product, it should be from a government approved lab and state that it was manufactured with high-quality US pharmaceutical grade ingredients. Anything else will most likely be a complete waste of money.
Choosing the Right HGH
The choice of HGH for the treatment of adult growth hormone deficiency is not one to make lightly.
AGHD is a very real condition that can lead to problems such as osteoporosis, obesity, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and more if left untreated.
Only a doctor can diagnose AGHD through blood analysis. This is not a condition to self-diagnose or treat on one’s own.
HGH therapy does not work overnight. While benefits such as increased energy, better sleep, and improved mood do occur within the first month, loss of excess weight, lower LDL cholesterol levels, stronger bones and muscles, and better brain functions take months to appear rather than weeks.
Wasting valuable treatment time with a product that does not have the level of effectiveness desired could set results back for months.
To speak with a hormone specialist about making the right choice of HGH – whether real or homeopathic – for your needs, contact Kingsberg Medical for a free consultation.Brian Leeber