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HGH Part 2
The Truth about Most HGH
Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is the most-faked performance-enhancement drug in the world. The simple reason for this is that it’s very expensive to produce, and can be swapped for a similar-looking compound called hcg, unknowingly to the buyer. Buying HGH through a pharmacy is your best bet if you want real HGH; but you need a prescription to do this, which isn't easy to get from a physician.
Another option includes buying HGH from someone else, who has a prescription (perhaps an AIDS patient). This is highly illegal, and you both could get into big trouble for it.
Aside from pharma-grade HGH, there’s what’s called generic HGH, which is sold by underground sources, mostly overseas. The cold and hard truth of the matter is that most of this HGH is underdosed, or fake. The bottom line is that you must do your research to find a real source who sells real HGH; don't just buy from the cheapest place you find online, or because a friend told you to. If you check forums like Evolutionary.org you can research potential places, before spending your hard-earned money.
Scam Stories from HGH Buyers
Over the years, HGH has gotten a reputation as being heavily faked, to the point where many guys don’t even bother buying. Just look at examples of guys who’ve spent thousands on HGH, only to be disappointed to find out they were using fake product. Here are some threads started by victims of this scam:
We’ve also seen Chinese authorities cracking down on those selling HGH to Americans. Look at this major HGH source get busted, leaving all their American customers who spent tens of thousands of dollars out to dry:
How People Scam
There are several ways that HGH sellers scam people.
1. Selective scamming: This is where they send a new customer legitimate kits of HGH, then sell the customer fake product the next time they come back for more.
2. Underdosed: They put underdosed product in their kits, or knowingly buy underdosed powders. The user will run it and complain that they aren't getting results, so the source will tell them to up the dose or 'be patient'; this is further complicated by the fact that HGH results can be slow. Months go by before the person figures out they’ve been scammed, or they’re simply content with their poor results. Some are using HGH with other steroids, so they can’t tell the difference since progress is visible.
3. Outright scamming: This is where a company sells HGH, but they really send out a substitute powder, usually hcg.
How to Run Blood Work
There’s one way to find out if your HGH is real or not, and that’s with blood work. This will require 2 trips to the lab in the same day. Luckily there are anonymous labs out there which allow you to run blood work without a doctor involved.
You want to order two Human growth hormone tests. Take the first test fasted in the morning, and make sure you did not inject HGH the prior few days of course. Then inject 10IU's of HGH, wait 2-3 hours, and get tested again. Once you get results, compare the numbers from the first and second test. If your Serum GH rises significantly on the 2nd test, then you have good HGH. If it doesn’t move or only moves slightly higher, then you have underdosed, or bunk HGH.