If you’re ready to invigorate your life with a boost of energy, and more importantly, with a boost in HGH levels, we’d advise you to take a look at an HGH-enhancing product with us called, GHR15.
This orally-taken HGH releaser claims to not only increase your body’s own production of HGH, but it also claims to instruct our cells in the processes of cell repair and protein production.
Of course, we can’t just take GHR15’s own word that it’s a highly effective and efficient product. That being said, we’ll have to act like detectives and put our thinking caps on in order to unmask the true quality of GHR15.
So if you’re still interested, we’d like you to join us as we try and determine whether or not GHR15 is all its hyped up to be.
How It Functions
If may have, or may not have, heard of HGH releasers before. Basically, there are several types of ways to increase your body’s HGH levels.
The simplest way, is to get an injection. These injection treatments are packed full of synthetic HGH that acts as a substitute for the lack of natural HGH found in the body. Along those lines, you can also find synthetic HGH in HGH supplements as well.
Now then, you do get some HGH supplements that don’t contain any amounts of synthetic HGH. Rather, these supplements are designed to enhance the body’s natural production of HGH by targeting and helping out the pituitary gland – which is the HGH production center of our body.
Lo and behold, these types of HGH supplements are known as HGH releasers…because they help to release HGH from the pituitary gland, rather than injecting the body full of synthetic HGH.
Basically, this is how GHR15 functions. On top of that, GHR15 also promises to increase protein production by our cells, and promote cell repair, as we also noted above.
With these three benefits in tow, GHR15 promises that a user will feel the anti-aging and health-promoting effects of its properties in no time.
So then, what are these properties that GHR15 possesses? In other words, what ingredients does GHR15 have in store for its users?
To answer that question, let’s take a look at GHR15’s blend of ingredients.
What It Contains
In its blend, GHR15 contains several sub-blends that are key to its effectiveness. These include:
•Amino Acid Blend 300mg – Although there is no information pertaining to the specific amino acids found in this sub-blend, we do know that all the amino acids found in this blend are essential amino acids – otherwise known as the building blocks of protein.
Essential amino acids are key to a healthy life, and are great tools in building and retaining muscle.
•Phtyosterol Complex 10mg – This complex includes Beta Sitosterol, Campestrol, and Stigmasterol. These three ingredients are found in various plants, fruits, veggies, nuts, and seeds.
There benefits range widely from their ability to combat high cholesterol and heart disease, to their abilities as immune system boosters and more. On top of all that, these ingredients also act as sexual performance enhancers as well.
•Soy Phosphatide Complex 20mg – This complex includes several Phytosterol ingredients. If you don’t know what these plant-derived ingredients are, Phyosterols are known for their abilities in blocking and inhibiting cholesterol from entering and being absorbed by the blood stream.
Basically, a good amount of Phytosterols in our systems will normally lead to decreases in bad cholesterol levels (LDL).
•Panax Ginseng 20mg – This type of Ginseng has a bevy of different benefits including its ability to reduce stress, stimulate the immune system, improve mental health and wellness, and more.
And perhaps most importantly, studies have shown that Panax Ginseng carries anti-aging properties. Also, Panax Ginseng is often referred to as Asian, Chinese, or Korean Ginseng as well because of its origins.
What These Ingredients Mean
As you can tell, there is definitely good variety in GHR15’s blend and it seems to use proven ingredients. But what we worry about, is the fact that two of the three complexes, and Panax Ginseng itself, are found at very low dosage amounts.
Normally, you would like to see a dosage level per serving, of about 100mg or more. Thus, and in the case of GHR15, only its amino acid blend passes this standard.
That being said, we question the ability of GHR15 in terms of its effectiveness and potency. We believe that its perfectly safe to use, but if it’s not going to be consistently effective for users, then it may not be worth it to invest your time and money into this product.
Continuing our last train of thought, perhaps we’re being a bit too harsh on GHR15. It does contain the necessary ingredients to be an effective HGH-promoting supplement.
And in many cases, it may prove to be effective. But with a lack of potency, we can’t highly recommend this product to potential users due to the risks involved.
Still, there are worse options to choose from. So if you’re gut instinct is to trust the claims that GHR15 makes, then by all means, do what you think is best for your life and health.