Natural growth hormone stimulator (GH NS)
Hello I am new to this forum!
I have now been playing Hand for 6 years and soon I will have to go to a training center! But the only problem is that I miss him for his few centimeters to take (I am 16 years old and I measure 1m80 and I need at least 5 centimeters)
I do not find myself small at all, but frankly that would bother me not to be able to access it just a few inches away!
Knowing the risks and the cost of synthetic hormones, I am interested in hormone stimulators! For example, I found on E-Dynalife.com a so-called “natural” hormone stimulator which is GH NS its composition is:
L-Arginine pyroglutamate, fructose, L-Glutamine, L-Ornithine alpha-ketoglutarate, citric acid, sodium carbonate, L-Glycine, natural flavors, L-Lysine HCI, orange powder, COLOR: beta-carotene, EDUCOLOR: aspartame, anti-caking agent: silicon dioxide, vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride)
I am not a specialist, but it does not necessarily look very natural to me? In addition I read that it was not recommended for minors! If you can help me don’t hesitate! thank you in advance !
Forget it, that kind of thing is so light (and when it works) that you will achieve no results, in terms of centimeters.
I absolutely do not want to advise it, but if taking centimeters is vital, then you need the “real deal” that is to say pure and simple HGH, but here we are switching to the dark side and we are clearly more in a supplement.
I was a heavy user of GH-NS between the ages of 17 and 19. Don’t expect miracles.
You have to double the recommended dose for there to be any effect, i.e. 16gr with water before sleeping.
If you want to grow taller, start by doing an X-ray to find out your bone age. If your child is under 19, go see an endocrinologist to try (I mean try) to get a prescription for an anti-estrogen (such as Tamoxifen). This product will not make you grow taller but it will increase your growth potential by delaying the closure of your mating cartilages (those responsible for linear growth).
Hi, just a question, if an adult aged 19+ takes growth hormone squarely, will he or she grow taller?