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Making Comparisons: Injectable Growth Hormone And Homeopathic Growth Hormone

By Lisa Smithers

What is GH? GH is a natural element in the body; growth hormone. Most people are aware of this much. And most people are aware of the fact that it’s responsible for growth (mostly just because it’s right there in the name). But the responsibilities of GH are not limited to growth related functions. A lot of people are starting to access GH treatments in order to take advantage of its ability to improve general health.

Larry S. of Tacoma, WA was never able to identify exactly why he all of a sudden had a big decrease in energy in his mid-30′s. In an attempt to fix the problem he altered his eating habits. He increased his time at the gym. He bought multivitamins. He discussed possible reasons with friends and family.

He’d always been a pretty active, happy person. There were no identifiable situational causes. He had a good life. He had a good job. He was in a career path of his choice that he didn’t want to change. He was in love with his wife and enjoyed being with her. His kids were great. He had no complaints other than his strange lack of energy.

After trying everything he could think of Larry gave up. He couldn’t think of anything to explain the drastic decrease in his energy levels. So he attempted to move on.

And then he stumbled into the break room at work right at the perfect moment. He overheard a visitor from 2 floors up talking about this injectable growth hormone therapy he had that helped him feel more healthy, more alive, more energetic and just plain healthier. And Larry decided it was worth looking into.

He discovered a couple different options. The first option he’d already heard about. It was the injectable growth hormone. the other option was a homeopathic version of GH. He liked the sound of that option because it didn’t need injections. He noticed it could also be purchased online. And the list of benefits looked substantially longer. The injectable growth hormone therapy required regular injections and a prescription.

So…for obvious reasons Larry bought the homeopathic version. He had nothing against natural remedies. He always tried to give them a shot before he attempted any more invasive techniques. And plus…he really didn’t want to deal with injections and needles.

He tried the therapy and it actually worked. His energy levels went back up. He was able to feel more enthusiastic about his life again. He felt better than he had in decades. And it was all due to the homeopathic GH.

Lisa Smithers is a dance major with a minor in nutrition. She struggled with HGH imbalances for a large part of her adult life. She found her answer in Growth Hormones Direct.

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Smithers, Lisa "Making Comparisons: Injectable Growth Hormone And Homeopathic Growth Hormone." Making Comparisons: Injectable Growth Hormone And Homeopathic Growth Hormone. 22 Aug. 2010. 25 Aug 2015 <>.

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