Human Growth Hormone (somatropin) also referred to as rHGH, hGH, or GH) is a protein produced in the pituitary gland that stimulates the liver to produce IGF-1 along with other growth factors, that stimulate growth of bone and muscle.

HGH is also instrumental in cell regeneration, immune system support, cardio-vascular health, organ and tissue healing and repair. As our bodies mature into adulthood, HGH is responsible for keeping our muscles from wasting away, promoting a healthy immune system response, regulation of metabolic functions and healthy maintenence of our skin and other tissues.

Levels of HGH in our bodies usually peak while we are in adolocence, then begin to taper off during our early 30s; thus by the time we reach our 60s, our daily HGH secretion may be as low as 10% of what it was as a young adult.

Correction of Adult Growth Hormone Deficiency (AGHD) can lead to...

  • Lowered blood pressure

  • Greater cardiac output

  • Superior immune function

  • Improved sexual performance

  • Improved cholesterol profile

  • Reduced body fat  /  weight loss

  • Higher energy levels

  • Increased bone strength

  • Younger, tighter, thicker skin

  • Increased lean muscle mass