How Hygetropin Increases The Libido
It has been reported that some people have exaggerated the claims of the ability of HGH to slow down or reverse the aging process. It became such a sore subject for many that China closed all of their HGH manufacturing plants down before the 2008 Olympics due to the pressure. Even without that manufacturing, many fake or bootlegged versions of HGH have been circulated throughout the world.
In the United States, it is unlawful for dietary supplements to contain this hormone because it is classified as a drug by the Food and Drug Administration. However, that does not stop certain supplements from using this terminology in the advertisement, rather misleadingly. Rather than having HGH in the product, the product contains herbs and amino acids which are known to increase this hormone in the body naturally.
There are well-established benefits to the use of this product. It has been tested in small trials on elderly people, and has been found to increase lean muscle mass and bone density. It is not the Fountain of Youth that some tout it as, but it has also been shown to be effective in the treatment of AIDS patients as well as geriatric patients. These are limited trials, however, and the effectiveness of this treatment has not been fully established.
Not only has this product been shown to increase physical performance and decrease the time it takes for an injury to heal, some claim that it helps return their body to a more youthful glow. This finding is also inconclusive, although it is rumored that some celebrities have used it. As a general rule, anyone who has used the product in that capacity was breaking the law, and they are generally unwilling to talk about it.
As for the legal uses, for many years doctors have treated children with problems of short stature with HGH. Prior to finding a way to synthesize the chemical, it was taken from the pituitary glands of the recently deceased. Europe conducted a large long-term study on this treatment, and found that while it is effective in treating these kids, there is a small increase in the potential for premature death due to long-term use.
There are some pretty well-established side effects of very high doses of HGH, as what one might find an athlete taking. Fluid retention is a big problem, resulting in swelling of tissues. There have also been reports of arthralgias, diabetes, and gynecomastia for those taking extreme doses, or who have taken it for a long time.
Because hygetropin is classified as a Class C controlled substance, it can only be legally used by prescription. As a general rule, the doctors only prescribe this to children with stature problems, the very elderly, or AIDS patients who are suffering from muscle wasting and memory loss. It should only be administered by a physician.