We basically want to stop HGH scams, prevent abuse and educate people on what HGH can and cannot do for them
Bagswaerd, Denmark (PRWEB) July 7, 2006
Somatropin, commonly referred to as human growth hormone (HGH), is currently one of the most popular drugs on the market. Because of this, many companies are looking to make a profit from its popularity. Unfortunately, companies that sell HGH drugs are not always legitimate, and there are many forms of human growth hormone that are simply ineffective or, even worse, dangerous.
Human growth hormone’s popularity stems from its wide-ranging effects on the human body. It’s a hormone that is naturally produced in the human body, and the drug form of HGH is an exact replica of natural human growth hormone. In the medical industry, HGH is used to treat short stature in children caused by both growth hormone deficiency and certain diseases, including Turner’s, Prader-Willi, and short bowel syndromes, renal disease, and XLH. Additionally, it’s used to treat muscle wasting in AIDS and cachexia patients and short stature in children with an undetermined cause.
However, the majority of human growth hormone’s popularity stems from its cosmetic effects where it is most widely used as a bodybuilding and physical enhancement drug. As an intravenous drug, HGH can promote lean muscle growth and weight loss, can increase energy, shorten recovery time between workouts, heal damaged tissue, and strengthen joints and ligaments. HGH is also commonly used as an anti-aging drug to prevent and repair the damage responsible for wrinkled skin, osteoporosis, and memory loss.
In an attempt to prevent HGH scams, several HGH manufacturers (GeneScience Pharmaceuticals, Neogenica BioScience, AnkeBio, etc..). have developed somatropin.net website devoted entirely to somatropin. Covering the basic facts on the drug, the website defines growth hormone terminology, presents a basic history on the development of the recombinant HGH drug, and explains in detail how HGH works as both a medical and cosmetic drug.
However, where the website is innovative is in its attempt to prevent HGH scams. It explains some of the ineffective methods of human growth hormone administration that are widely available on the market, and it also explains certain methods of HGH manufacture that are impure and can cause damage.
The website lists each company on the market, the type of HGH they manufacture, and their contact information. When questioned about their intentions for this website, a representative from Neogenica BioScience explained, “We basically want to stop HGH scams, prevent abuse and educate people on what HGH can and cannot do for them”
You will find all the information on http://www.somatropin.net
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