Is this stuff legit? Sold under the brand name Renewal claims to homeopathic HGH. Directions say to spray under the tongue three times a day. Five days on two days off
If the stuff actually worked, don’t you think “everyone” would be using it?..Use some common sense, son! (there’s one born every minute)…
Is this stuff legit? Sold under the brand name Renewal claims to homeopathic HGH. Directions say to spray under the tongue three times a day. Five days on two days off[/quote]
The peptide is too large to absorb through the tissues of the mouth or nose. And the gut will destroy it. Same problem as insulin. It looks like food.
The peptide is also fragile and it if did work orally, you would not want to spray it as that would mechanically destroy some of the GH.
Homeopathic means delusional effects. There may be three GH molecules in each package. And you still produce HG, so what is that going to do… other than lighten your wallet? Another form of faith based medicine. It it worked, it would be illegal.
its crap crap crap …anything you can get legally is usualy not worth getting
I wouldn’t say that…you can get synthetic hgh legally with a doctor’s prescription. Not exactly the cheapest process though; so yeah, if price is a concern, you’re better off getting it illegally.
Those sprays are horrible though. I read an interesting article (have to pull up the link) where it basically states that hgh pills are ineffective(duh), but the euphoric sensation that people feel while taking them is caused by an herb(similar to the feeling on HOT-ROX).
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