Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is produced in the pituitary gland of humans, and is a hormone that is secreted throughout one’s lifetime.

Human growth hormone has been responsible for the effects on development, immunity and metabolism. Human Growth Hormone and Insulin-like growth factor (IGF) have antiaging benefits that have increased immune function, development of lean body mass and development of organs that shrink with age; the heart, liver, spleen, kidneys, thymus, and thyroid. IGF has been shown to improve energy, enhance kidney functions, strenghten bones and lower blood pressure. Human Growth Hormone is a powerful brain and memory enhancer and protective against age related diseases.

While the growth hormone decreases, the age process rapidly increases. It has been determined by HGH proponents that one can reach the status of elderly by the age of 35-40. People who have age related deficiencies of HGH have been known to become fat, frail and lethargic, losing interest in normal activities including sex, also affecting sleep, concentration, memory and alertness losing their zest for life. HGH is being touted as the silver bullet of life extension.