One new HGH product to catch our eye recently was Vital HGH from Liddell Laboratories. Like other HGH supplements, Vital HGH is supposed to help fight the symptoms of aging by increasing levels of energy, promoting better fat-to-muscle ratios, and supporting deeper, more restful sleep.
Vital HGH’s Ingredients
Vital HGH contains a couple of ingredients we don’t often seen in the average HGH supplement. These two ingredients specifically are Pituitarium and Hepar. Respectively, these are actually pituitary and liver extracts. Where these extracts were harvested from, Liddell Laboratories doesn’t say but they have to be from animals. Harvesting them from humans would be illegal. These ingredients are supposed to optimize the pituitary gland’s ability to secrete more HGH and improve the liver’s ability to convert HGH into IGF-1. Together these ingredients can supposedly promote better muscle and bone development, improve metabolism, and heighten energy levels.
Vital HGH also contains pharmaceutically made HGH. Typically, this would need FDA approval but since it is a homeopathic blend, it doesn’t matter. Homeopathic remedies in general don’t need FDA approval because they basically have no effect- good or bad. Scientific study after scientific study continues to verify that homeopathic blends are generally as effective as placebos. The reason for this is because the original pharmaceutical agent is so watered down and diluted that formula eventually contains none of the compound’s original molecules. This would make Vital HGH safe but completely useless.
As with most homeopathic blends, we would have to recommend staying away from this supplement. Investing in it would be a waste of your time and money. In addition, it may not be very safe. Some products that use pituitarium harvest it from bovine sources. If Vital HGH gets its pituitarium from cows indigenous to certain countries, there is risk the supplement may spread mad-cow disease. Vital HGH doesn’t mention where it gets this ingredient but we would recommend staying away just to be safe.