Medical use of HGH (GH deficiency and recovery)

HGH was proven to be effective in recovery from a wide range of injuries – fractures, burns, torn joints, damaged ligaments and muscles, and post-surgery recovery.

Growth hormone is a very popular aid for sports-related injuries as well. In sports, muscles tend to adapt to increasing loads much more slowly than joints and ligaments. This then leads to injuries.

HGH allows cartilage to adapt to the loads quicker. It works by accelerating protein synthesis in injured tissues, which mainly consists of collagen and elastin.

The exact protocol for treatment is up to the medical professional to decide according to our customers, short 3-4 month cycles of 4-6 IU per day is a common approach

HGH For Treating Growth Hormone

This is essentially the reason why HGH was invented as a synthetic
drug in the first place. While we make a reasonable effort to ensure the quality and accuracy of our advice, it does not constitute
medical advice. Regarding this issue, we would recommend you
follow the advice of your healthcare provider.

Low growth is a common
problem even for people with healthy and proper production
of endogenous growth hormone. Growth is mostly influenced by genetics and is not something you
have control over.

And logically, if growth hormone is responsible for growth, can you take it to grow taller?

It depends. Growth is possible until your growth plates close. This usually happens at the end of puberty – 15-16 for boys and 14-15 for girls. But sometimes they close later and you still have a chance to increase your height.

The first step is to check if growth plates are still open. And if they are, with proper gymnastics and exercise you can still grow taller. But always be sure to consult a doctor first.