Wouldn’t it be nice if everything in life was just dandy and good?
Alas, you’ll always get a few rotten apples mixed in with the good – especially when it comes to supplements and diet pills. Even with fool-proof products such as HGH releasers, you’ll get imposters that promise a whole lot but don’t follow through on those promises in the end.
With that in mind, we’d like to use this review to talk a look at the HGH-promoting and liquid-form supplement called Somatroph HC. Created by the makers, SDI-LABS Research, Somatroph HC claims to be one of the best in the business due to its unique formula and blend.
It’s our job to determine whether or not that claim holds true. So, without further ado, let’s begin.
First of all, let’s take a look at the promises made by Somatroph HC.
Obviously, its main function is centered on its ability to stimulate the pituitary gland into releasing higher amounts of HGH into our body’s system – whether that’s because a user is HGH deficient, or just wanting to increase their levels in order to increase muscle gain and build strength.
But on top of that, Somatroph HC also claims to provide nervous system support, improve moods and feelings of well-being, and also promote cognitive and mental sharpness.
Now, we already know that Somatroph HC is probably a relatively safe option to use. This is due to the fact that it doesn’t contain any amounts of artificial HGH.
That being said, a lack of artificial HGH doesn’t tell us anything in terms of this supplement’s effectiveness. That can only be answered by determining how strong and potent of a blend it contains.
A blend is really just a mixture of the ingredients found in a diet pill or supplement. In terms of Somatroph HC’s blend, it only contains three ingredients worth nothing.
Although short, some of the best blends are indeed those that are short, simple, and sweet. Now, as for these three ingredients, here is a brief synopsis of each, including:
•L-DOPA Extract 50 mg – Derived from a native plant of Africa called the Puriens plan, L-DOPA extract is a proven HGH-releasing ingredient that specifically targets and helps the pituitary gland in the process of HGH secretion. Along with this primary function, studies have shown that L-DOPA serves to increase cognitive acuity as well.
•b>GABA 20mg – Another HGH-releasing ingredient that provides support for the pituitary gland, GABA, much like L-DOPA extract, is also multifunctional in purpose in terms of its ability to also help in the regulation and maintenance of a body’s nervous system.
•Niacinimide 20mg – Otherwise known as Vitamin B-3, you can actually find Niacinimide in such supplements as Centrum Silver. It is tasked with the responsibility of calming and relaxing a body when it is under stress or hyperactive. In this sense, Niacinmide acts much like GABA in terms of its ability to promote the well-being and function of a body’s nervous system.
A Low Dosage Count
The three ingredients that we just listed above are all well-known for their HGH-releasing abilities. Yet, we found it disconcerting that both Niacinimide and GABA were only listed at a dosage level of 20mg per serving.
As a rule of thumb when it comes to dosage amounts, ingredients should have levels no lower than 50mg per serving – making 20mg much too low to be trusted.
Even L-DOPA extract barely passes the “thumb” test, coming in at THE minimum level of 50mg per serving.
With this in mind, it’s only natural and practical to question the effectiveness of Somatroph HC. Essentially, its ingredients label is testifying the fact that it doesn’t have the power needed to be effective on a consistent basis.
And along those lines, it also doesn’t have the bite it needs to maintain its aforementioned promises.
We never want to be overly pessimistic in these reviews and try to give supplements and diet pills the benefit of the doubt.
Still, it would be foolish to give Somatroph HC a strong recommendation. Although it contains proven ingredients, these ingredients are not found in proven amounts.
Thus, the risk is just too high when it comes to this HGH-enhancing supplement. We wouldn’t take a chance on it…and neither should you unless you’ve realized something that we’ve failed to catch.