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Effectivness of oral GHR-15
Posted by: Joseph Pozzuoli
Date: August 14, 2001 4:23 PM

While perusing articles on HGH, I came across your article: "Claims for Oral HGH Releasing Agents. You state: "There is a market frenzy going on right now with many companies putting combination of nutrients on the market which are supposed to raise HGH levels. These are minimally effective at best and I have not found one of them to be clinically effective. Some, apparently, in some people, produce a temporary increase in HGH, but because the effects of HGH occur over a long period of time, this increase is of no significance as the increase is not lasting." This exerpt is from your article "Human Growth Hormone". If this statement is true, where does it leave the GHR-15 Product?

RE: Effectivness of oral GHR-15
Posted by: Ron Kennedy, M.D.
Date: August 15, 2001 6:55 AM

GHR-15 is comprised of fragments of pig GHRH (growth hormone releasing hormone). I have tried it. I can't say that I find it has much effect. Theoretically, the ultimate therapy in this area will be real human growth hormone releasing hormone. That is not available yet.



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