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Product Ingredients – Proprietary Blend
GHR 1000 (90 Capsules per bottle – 1 Month Supply)
GHR1000 contains a unique proprietary blend of clinical strength natural ingredients including Vitamin B6, various Amino Acids, such as: L-Arginine HCI, L-Glutamine, L-Isoleucine, L-Leucine, L-Lysine, L-Omithine HCL and L-Valine, GABA, Glycine, Tribulus Terrestris and Colostrum.
GHR 1000 has been formulated to provide a potent blend for maximum effectiveness with no reported side effects and there are no known or reported drug interactions or conflicts. But as with any supplement, consult your physician prior to use.
You do not need a prescription to buy GHR 1000. GHR1000 is a scientifically blended combination of all-natural botanicals, so you do not need a prescription to purchase it. As such, this GHR HGH Releaser product is considered a dietary supplement by the Food and Drug Administration and is therefore not regulated by current FDA guidelines.
Tribulus Terrestris, another component of HGH, is a non-hormonal supplement derived from the herb Tribulus terrestris, commonly known as the puncture vine. Tribulus is primarily found in parts of Eastern Europe, India and Africa, where it has been used for hundreds of years as a medical herb for the treatment of muscle strength, infertility, impotence, liver, kidney, and heart problems.
Colostrum is the pre-milk liquid produced by the mammary gland during the first 24-48 hours after birth. Colostrum strengthens the body’s immune system. According to research conducted by the Government Center for Disease, doctors report that Colostrum users benefit by enhanced well being, energy and stamina, as well as a lower incidence of sickness, flu, sinus, and ear infections. Colostrum is known to help tackle many conditions, such as balancing blood sugar levels, reducing allergic reactions, and improving the muscle mass to body fat ratio.
These are the building blocks of all proteins, and have been shown to increase the HGH in both young and old persons. GHR 1000 combines the amino acids with the other ingredients listed to maximize the HGH release.
Used by the body to build proteins. This component participates in the body’s synthesis of purines, porphyrins, creatine, and glyoxylic acid. Glycine may play a role in maintaining the health of the prostate.
A nonessential amino acid.
Effects on HGH: Two studies found that this amino acid increased HGH in the serum. In one, 6.75 grams at bedtime caused an three-fold increase, while a Japanese research team showed that 30 grams raised HGH levels ten times over baseline in patients who had gastric surgery. An oral dose of 250 milligrams in normal volunteers also showed a significant, but less pronounced, rise in HGH. They conclude that “the facts demonstrated that glycine is one of the stimulatory agents inducing the pituitary gland to secrete HGH.” Glycine has also been found useful in increasing output in exercise workouts.
It may be useful in dampening hyperactive brain activity that produces spasms. In one study, 1 gram of glycine a day for six months to one year significantly reduced spasms in all ten patients with severe chronic spasticity in the legs, including seven with multiple sclerosis.
An essential amino acid (meaning that the body cannot create amino acid on its own, but must get it from the foods we eat).
Growth Hormone Effects: Arginine causes the secretion of growth hormone. In fact, a 15 to 30 gram intravenous infusion of arginine is used as a standard endocrinological test to provoke the pituitary into releasing growth hormone.
A study at the University of Turin, Italy, showed that even though people in their seventies had lower response than either children or young adults to arginine, the nutrient still boosted their blood levels of HGH to triple the average for their age group.
Arginine also helps to improve exercise performance, because it is one of the main ingredients, along with glycine, that the liver uses to make creatine. Supplements of creatine monohydrate are very popular in the bodybuilding community, because they raise the level of high-energy creatine phosphates within the muscle and nerve cells needed for high-intensity, short-duration exercises. So with arginine you get higher growth hormone levels and the raw material for increasing your energy.
Arginine appears to stimulate HGH by blocking the secretion of the growth-hormone inhibitor somatostatin. It also greatly enhances the effect of growth hormone-releasing hormone when they are given together.
Positive claims for arginine include increasing fat burning and building muscle tissue probably through the stimulation of growth hormone, increasing the weight and activity of the thymus gland, boosting immunity, fighting cancer, promoting healing of burns and other wounds, protecting the liver and detoxifying harmful substances, and enhancing male fertility (almost all of which are enhanced by CH). It also restores sexual function in impotent men. In a 1994 study by Drs. A.W. Zorgniotti and E.E Lizza of the department of urology/surgery at New York University School of Medicine, six of fifteen men who took 2,800 milligrams of arginine a day for two weeks had renewed sexual performance, specifically improved erection, yet none of the men on the placebo did. The researchers believe that arginine worked because it is a precursor of nitric oxide, which plays a key role in initiating and maintaining an erection.
The most abundant amino acid in the body. It is a conditionally essential amino acid, meaning that the body may not be able to synthesize all it needs when it is under physical stress.
Effects on HGH: Glutamine is the latest amino acid to generate excitement as a HGH-releaser thanks to a 1995 study by Thomas C. Welboume of Louisiana State University College of Medicine in Shreveport. Welbourne showed that a surprisingly small oral dose of about 2 grams of glutamine raised growth hormone levels more than four times over that of a placebo. Even more exciting, age did not diminish the response at least in this small study of volunteers, who ranged from thirty-two to sixty-four years.
Glutamine is the amino acid that is most used by the body, particularly during times of stress. The immune system and the gut practically live on glutamine. If the body does not produce enough glutamine, muscle loss and immune dysfunction can occur. The gut atrophies, meaning nutrients all kinds cannot be absorbed as well as before.
A 1993 study by Welbourne in animals showed that glutamine supplementation protects muscle mass and prevents acidosis, which occurs with strenuous exercise and causes muscle breakdown. According to Tudy Shabert, M.D., author of The Ultimate Nutrient Glutamine, supplementation with glutamine, especially in times of stress, would prevent muscle wasting. In a foreword to the book, Douglas Wilmore, M.D., of Harvard Medical School, points out that glutamine is a key to the metabolism and maintenance of muscle, the primary energy source for the immune system, and essential for DNA synthesis, cell division, and cell growth, all factors that are enhanced by HGH. It also crosses the blood-brain barrier into the brain, where it increases energy and mental alertness.
High levels of glutamine in the blood translates into greater health as a 1994 study showed. In a survey of thirty-three people over the age of sixty, those at the top of the scale of blood glutamine levels had fewer illnesses, lower cholesterol, lower blood pressure, and were closer to their ideal weights than people at the bottom of the scale in this nutrient. The low-glutamine subjects had higher rates of arthritis, diabetes, and heart disease, while those who were high in glutamine said that they felt great.
An essential amino acid that affects bone formation, height, and genital function.
Effects on HGH: A 1981 study by Italian researcher A. Isidori, M.D., and his associates at the University of Rome found that the combination of 1,200 milligrams of lysine and 1200 milligrams of arginine pyoglutamate in fifteen male volunteers between the ages of fifteen and twenty was ten times more effective than taking arginine alone. According to the researchers, “we could demonstrate that the association of the two amino acids does result in the release of biologically active hormone able to affect peripheral cellular receptors and thus cell growth in general.” The fact that a lysine supplement and arginine together were active in oral form, say the researchers, “is clearly of considerable importance in clinical and diagnostic practice, where it offers a more practical and physiological approach.”
According to Roy Walford, there is evidence that a combination of lysine and arginine may increase thymic hormone secretion in older animals and humans, partially reversing the immunodeficiency of aging. Again this could be HGH-related. It also effectively reduced the recurrence of herpes simplex infections at dosages of 1.25 grams in a 1984 Mayo Clinic study.