M.D. of the Bushard Medical Group clinically evaluated and assisted
in a six-month study involving the administration of a polymer matrix
oral spray Recombinant Growth Hormone delivery system. 200 healthy
patients were screened and tested (112 females and 88 males). IGF-1
testing is presently the standard accepted protocol for evaluating
the level of Growth Hormone in the blood.
were pre-examined to determine a baseline IGF-1: 114.26 ng/ml in females
(average age 51) and 135.22 ng/ml in males (average age 48). No change
in diet was advised, however it was noted that all patients ate an
average of 3 meals per day with approximately 3000 calories.
began with a prescribed dosage of 3 sprays in the morning within one
hour of awakening (equaling approximately 1000 ng of HGH) and 3 sprays
in the evening immediately before retiring (totaling approximately
2000 ng of GH per day, seven days a week).
after inception, testing showed that patients' IGF-1 levels were elevated
30% over baselines: 149.85 ng/ml in females and 176.31 ng/ml in males.
days, IGF-1 levels were tested again and shown to be 53% over baselines:
175.63 ng/ml in females and 209.59 ng/ml in males. At the end of the
6 month study, IGF-1 levels had increased over 102% over baseline
in females (232.12 ng/ml) and 109% over baseline in males (284.05
levels were diminished in 94 patients by an average of 14.8%, and
triglyceride levels were also reduced by 31%. Improvements were noted
in mental stability, muscle accretion, weight reduction, energy level,
libido, epidermis rejuvenation, and reacquired hair color and density.
In all 200 patients no adverse side effects were reported or observed.
indicate the following: The study suggests that the use of the 191
amino acid growth hormone molecule administered in a sublingual application
is an effective method for encouraging and promoting the rejuvenation
of cellular tissues.
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