Human Growth Hormone

Deficiency Syndrome

Benefits of HgH
Oral HgH
Injectable HgH
Precautions on taking HGH
Side Effects from receiving HGH
Laboratory Tests

Human Growth Hormone (HgH), also called somatotropin, is produced in the anterior of the pituitary gland deep inside the brain.  It influences the growth of cells, bones, muscles and organs throughout the body.

Production of HgH peaks at adolescence when accelerated growth occurs. If growing children have too little they remain as dwarfs, while if they have too much they become giants. Ample in our youth, production of HGH falls 80% from age 21 to 61. Daily growth hormone secretion diminishes with age to the extent that a 60 year old may secrete only 25% of the HGH secreted by a 20 year old.

Somatotropin Deficiency Syndrome (low human growth hormone)

HgH is one of many endocrine hormones, like estrogen, progesterone, testosterone, melatonin and DHEA, that all decline in production with age. While many of these hormones can be replaced to deter some of the effects of aging, HgH reaches far beyond the scope of any of these hormones. By ages 70 to 80, virtually everyone is deficient in growth hormone, resulting in SDS, or Somatotropin (growth hormone) Deficiency Syndrome.

Human Growth Hormone has been approved for use in Somatotropin Deficiency Syndrome, individuals who have low levels of human Growth hormone.  Since measurement of hGH is difficult, the accepted method is to measure Somatomedin-C, or by its newer name, Insulin Growth Factor-1 (IGF-1).  Depending on the laboratory used to measure IGF-1 and the work of leading researchers, Somatotropin Deficiency Syndrome is defined as a value below 160 ug/ml.   

HGH is referred to by medical science as the master hormone. Growth hormone affects virtually all areas of the body -- influencing the growth of cells, bones, muscles and organs. When deficient in GH our symptoms include loss of muscle, decreased energy, an increase in fat, diminished sexual drive, a greater risk of cardiovascular disease and a lower life expectancy. In other words, the symptoms we call aging.


REPORTED BENEFITS OF HGH

Benefits of HGH replacement by injection reported in the medical literature are described below.  Benefits are gradually achieved over four to six months by restoring growth hormone levels in older patients to normal levels for a healthy young adult. Benefits may continue to increase for up to 18 months or more after beginning therapy.

It is scientifically well proven that secretion of growth hormone by the pituitary gland decreases progressively with age. Starting after adolescence, secretion of growth hormone steadily declines until the amount present in older people is a small fraction of younger levels, often less than 10%. This is one cause of many adverse effects of aging, including the following:

  • 5% increase in fat with each decade of life.

  • Decreases in muscle strength, skin thickness, bone density, physical endurance, mental ability, and immune defenses.

  • Osteoporosis

  • Alzheimer’s disease

  • Senility

  • Obesity

  • Fatigue

  • Muscle and organ atrophy

  • And other age-related conditions, which have, been reported to improve with HGH replacement therapy.

Benefits reported in published studies include:

  • 15% average decrease in fat.

  • 8% average increase in muscle and lean body structures.

  • Improved skin texture resulting in a more youthful appearance.

  • Fewer skin wrinkles.

  • Increased bone density, reversal of osteoporosis.

  • Faster healing of any type of injury, fracture, or wound.

  • Greatly enhanced immunity and resistance to infection.

  • Enhanced brain function, retention of intellect with aging.

  • Improvement in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s syndromes.

  • Improved sex drive.

  • Improved fertility, sperm production, and ovulation.

  • Improvement in overall physical and mental well being.

  • Improvement in sleep disorders, better quality of sleep.

  • Improved exercise tolerance.

  • Improved mineral balance.

  • Improved mood, with less depression and fatigue.

  • Improved heart and kidney function.

Many hormones including DHEA and melatonin can hinder some of the effects of aging, but clinical studies show that HGH reaches far beyond any of these. Not only does growth hormone have the ability to prevent physical aging, but it has been demonstrated that it can dramatically reverse many of its symptoms.

Burning Fat

HGH revs up the metabolism to former highs, selectively reducing the abdomen, hips, waist and thighs while at the same increasing muscle mass. In many cases, people "look like they've shed years away along with the fat they've loss."

Skin, Hair and Nails

Antioxidants and even other hormone treatments can be a great help in maintaining a youthful appearance, but only HGH can take a decade or so off your face. The skin regains thickness, becomes more elastic and hydrated and people start looking visibly younger, usually within a few weeks. Not only do the fine lines vanish and deeper wrinkles recede, the face can actually undergo a change of contour. HGH appears to have a tonic effect on hair. In clinical tests 38% reported new hair growth, coming in faster and thicker, and even in its natural color. Nails are also strengthened and cellulite removed.

HGH and Sex

As a powerful aphrodisiac, HGH restores sexual potency and sexuality in men.  Many of the women who use it also report increased libido, heightened pleasure and the equivalent of greater potency in men, which for the female is multiple orgasms. It also helps to alleviate menstrual and post-menopausal symptoms, and eliminate vaginal dryness. According to many of the physicians who use Growth Hormone in their practice, the sexual changes are striking, effecting both men and women.

Exercise and Body Building

Medical studies have proven that positive gains occur only while Growth Hormone is being secreted.  HGH significantly increases the effects of exercise and muscle building, including energy, muscle strength, stamina and endurance.

Energy, Mood and Creativity

HGH can not only reinvigorate the mind, it can also reverse the attitudes, outlook and expectations associated with aging. It increases concentration and thinking power, has an anti-depressive action on the brain, and can have a profound effect in increasing energy and a sense of well-being.

Brain Function

The brain and nervous system are made up of cells called neurons. And though they are permanent and never re-grow, HGH can stimulate their repair and rejuvenation. It also affects the proteins produced in the brain for storing our memories. Therefore, learning, memory and intelligence all depend on adequate supplies of Growth Hormone.

Cell Protection

Antioxidants such as Vitamin C, Vitamin E, etc., can remove oxygen free radicals and keep the protease's (destructive enzymes that cause cell damage) from becoming active. But Growth Hormone can act on the protease's directly. It activates a cellular defense force called protease inhibitors, which prevent free radicals from doing their deadly work. The latest European research shows that Growth Hormone can not only further what antioxidants do, but it can also do what anti-oxidants cannot.   Symptoms include loss of muscle and an increase of fat, decreased physical mobility, socialization and energy levels, diminished healing ability, a greater risk of cardiovascular disease and lower life expectancy. In other-words, the symptoms of the disease called aging.

Oral Human Growth Hormone.

We recommend Vital HGH produced by Liddell.  It contains genetically engineered (recombinant) growth hormone identical to the growth hormone manufactured in the human body, and is meticulously designed for oral consumption.   The tincture also contains pituitarium extract. This product is a homeopathic oral spray, licensed by the FDA with a patent pending.  Oral HGH (Somatotropin ) has been shown to increase HGH levels by as much as 70 - 160%%. The exact mechanism that this genetically engineered growth hormone is absorbed is unknown.  By suspending it in an alcohol base, it bypasses the digestive tract and goes directly into the bloodstream.

1Ounce, 30 day supply of Vital HGH Liquid Growth Hormone contains
The genetically engineered (recombinant) growth hormone 30X and Pituitarium 30X.

The cost for 30 day supply is $48.00  More Information

Hormonal Laboratory Tests Recommended for Oral Human Growth Hormone

Lab Test for Oral hGH
Somatomedin C (Growth Hormone - IGF-1)

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Want to know your level of Growth Hormone? 
You may check your level before using LIDDELL Vital HGH or after several months of use or both.  We offer a saliva test for human growth hormone (IGF-1). Human growth hormone is rapidly converted to IGF-1 and cannot be easily measured directly.  The test for human growth hormone is the measurement of IGF-1 levels. We will send you a saliva collection kit with instructions.  The test results will be sent to you in about 2 weeks.  The ideal level of human growth hormone (IGF-1) is 200 to 300.

 

Injectable Human Growth Hormone

Injectable HGH must be prescribed by a licensed physician. Before beginning treatment, your blood levels of somatomedin-C (also called IGF-1) will be measured. Benefits occur slowly over several months, and full benefits take six months to one year. The lower your initial somatomedin-C levels, the faster you will notice improvements.

HGH is more effective when used together with DHEA replacement therapy. Estrogen/progesterone replacement (for women) or testosterone replacement (for men) may also add to the benefits from hormone replacement therapy. These hormones all decline with age. The goal of hormone replacement therapy is to restore levels to those normally present during early adulthood. Safe levels produced by the pituitary gland at age 30 will remain safe when replaced to that same level later in life.


Recent studies show that the dose of HGH to produce optimum benefit is between 1 and 2 units every day, depending on body size. One to 1 units daily seems to be the most effective dose, although significant benefits do occur with as little as 4 units weekly. Side effects were mild and transient at those doses, and diminished with continued therapy.

The usual dose is one unit of HGH taken daily for four successive days.  The timing of the injections (time of day) may not be important; however, HGH is normally produced by the pituitary gland during the early hours of sleep and, therefore, evening dosing may be preferable. This is followed by a three-day rest (no injections). Based on several years of experience, this dosing schedule has been found safe and most cost-effective. If cost was not so high, twice that dose could safely be taken with added benefit. Some patients prefer to take one unit of HGH every day. That is safe and increases the benefit, but it also increases the cost.


Studies in which significant side effects were reported used more than 2 units daily, and sometimes as much as 15 units daily, which is a serious overdose.

Precautions on taking Human Growth Hormone

  • If you have any type of cancer.

  • If you have diabetes.

  • Pregnant or trying to get pregnant.

  • If you are breast feeding.

  • If you have an unusual or allergic reaction to somatropin, glycerin, benzyl alcohol.

  • Underactive thyroid

Side Effects from receiving HGH

  • Headache

  • Pin in hip or knee

  • Pain or swelling at site of injection

  • skin rash or itching

Hormonal Laboratory Test Required for Growth Homone Protocols (Injectable Human Growth Hormone).

Lab Test for Injectable hGH
Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH), Free T-3, Free T-4
CBC
Chemistry Panel
Somatomedin C (IGF-1)
Men must have a P.S.A.

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