HGHFactory sells human growth hormone injections to treat a variety of issues such as as growth problems and injuries. Growth Hormone therapy has been proven in numerous clinical studies to have incredible anti-aging properties on the body and stimulates growth and regeneration of all organs and cells in the body. Here is a chart that shows the approximate IGF-1 Levels for all age groups.            

Growth Hormone Injections

HGHFactory sells injectable human growth hormone to residents of the United States who are over 30 years of age to address many different issues that go along with aging, including growth problems, slow healing after injuries, regeneration of organs, arthritis,  and many others.          

Human Growth hormone is a Protein Polypeptide hormone also known as Somatotrophin. It stimulates growth and cell production and regeneration in humans.  HGH is a hormone that is secreted by the anterior pituitary gland which is also refered to as the "master gland" because it not only controls growth, but also regulates all of the other glands in the human body that produce testosterone and estrogen. Human Growth Hormone is perhaps one of the most important hormones that circulate throughout the human body. Here is a chart that shows the normal levels of IGF-1, which reflect the amount of Human Growth Hormone levels in the human body. Please note that all hormones decrease with age naturally, so the levels IGF-1 levels listed above are what modern medicine considers "normal for age". As you can see, the IGF-1 levels decrease substantially with age, and that's the main reason why we age and slow down with age.

Growth hormone therapy has shown in numerous clinical trials and studies to not only stimulate the growth and regeneration of cells and organs in the body, but it also has shown to stimulate growth and provide many anti-aging properties to the body as well.

 Human Growth Hormone was initially discovered in 1956, and it is made in the anterior pituitary gland- a pea size gland that sits in a protected pocket in the center of the brain. It is usually secreted into the blood stream at night while you sleep, and it is carried by the blood throughout the body to all the different organs and muscles. Human Growth Hormone affects all of the different organs in the human body, and every function as well. Generally, Human Growth Hormone is involved with many different processes in the body pertaining to growth and strength, bone density, tissue repair, and protein formation. These are all areas of interest to athletes and older people who want an anti-aging formula that gives them more energy and strength and rejuvenates them.

HGHFactory offers human growth hormone injectable treatment that provides these very benefits!

HGH acts on the muscles in the human body and the heart, and it is what makes you grow as you get through your teenage years.

The theory is that by using human growth hormone therapy, it will:

  • Make you stronger and faster and give you a competitive edge for sports
  • Treat children with growth problems
  • Regenerate and Rejuvenate tissues, organs and cells of adults
  • Introduce several anti-aging properties to the body

Pediatricians are trained to spot children with growth problems, and they treat them with Human Growth Hormone injections. In the old days, doctors used to harvest HGH from the pituitary gland of cadavers and inject it into these children, which led to their normal growth and development. This process was limited to the supply of pituitary glands, and the procedure carried a risk of transmitting viral infections such as Creutzeldt-Jakob disease, which is known today as "mad cow disease". That was an ancient practice that is no longer accepted.

Growth Hormone InjectableThe Genetic Engineering behind Human Growth Hormone Injections

The solution was genetic engineering, which became the cornerstone for the creation of the modern biotechnology industry. The process involves inserting a gene into laboratory cell lines to produce the desired protein, growing a huge number of these cells, then purifying the protein they produce for subsequent human use. The insertion of genes into cells is known as recombinant gene DNA technology. The first version of recombinant human growth hormone (rHGH) was made by Genentech of San Francisco, and was approved for sale by the FDA in October 1985. Today there are several companies that produce and market recombinant DNA technology HGH under different brand names. This recombinant HGH is made from 191 different amino acids and is therefore bio-identical to what is produced by the pituitary gland in the human body.

Growth Hormone Therapy and Aging

Although HGH probably has some of the same performance enhancing properties as steroids, Human Growth Hormone is not actually a steroid; it is also not considered a steroid by US drug class code. It was not until recently that Human Growth Hormone became one of Hollywood's greatest anti-aging secrets and has at last hit the main stream. Celebrities like Sylvester Stallone and Susan Somers have finally helped bring the HGH message out to the public, in effect removing many doubts associated with its use. HGH is a truly amazing substance that has been proven in numerous clinical studies to have incredible Anti-Aging properties on the body. Because of the anti-aging properties and reputation as the fountain of youth, HGH in a human growth hormone injectable is able to turn back the clock 10 to 20 years.

Testing for Deficiencies in HGH

A deficiency in HGH can be determined by a blood test called the IGF-1, and it can measure the actual levels in the human body. There is also a human growth hormone stimulation test which is done to see if levels are low. The test is done by injecting l-Arginine into the blood stream to raise the HGH levels in the blood. This test measures the ability of the pituitary to secrete it in response to the amino acid Arginine.

A lack of of Human Growth Hormone can cause:

  • Growth retardation in children
  • Obesity and fatigue
  • Mental problems, impotence and a decrease in sexual drive
  • Wrinkles, insomnia, vision problems
  • Bone density loss, high(bad)cholesterol, premature aging
  • Hair loss, slow recovery from workouts and much more.

HGH and growth hormone therapy stimulates growth and regeneration of all organs and cells in the body.

Human Growth Hormone production reaches its peak during the puberty years, and from that point forward its production starts to steadily decline with age. It's most visible effect is on height as it is clearly seen during puberty. In fact HGH is foremost prescribed to children with short stature because it is directly responsible for the growth of the bones and muscles. Doctors have been prescribing it to increase height in children with dwarfism to become taller with a very high rate of success.

On top of this obvious effect, HGH can also improve the retention of calcium which directly affects bone mass. This could make it very helpful option to men and women suffering from osteoporosis which usually happens with age. Human Growth Hormone also stimulates the production of muscle cells which is not to be mixed up with hypertrophy which is a direct result of taking steroids.

Bodybuilders experience hypertrophy of the muscles with the use of anabolic steroids like: Deca durabolan, Winstrol, Dianabol Anavar, and Clenbuteral. It is well documented that steroids are very hazardous to health. Their effects on muscle size are temporary without even mentioning their dangerous side effects like cancer, impotence and sterility. For anyone wanting to lose weight and tone up their bodies, they can buy human growth hormones to help with reducing fat, and reducing the BMI index. Because it affects every organ of the body and is simply the best anti-aging formula available, it is also called the mother of all hormones. Not only can it rejuvenate our bodies that in turn will give us a new lease on life, and actually extend our life span by many years.

HGH anti-aging clinical study

The Rudman HGH clinical study as found in the New England Journal of Medicine, dated July 5, 1990 Number 1, is the foundation of the Human Growth Hormone revolution. Back in 1989, a well-valued endocrinologist from the University of Wisconsin by the name of Donald Rudman conducted an experiment where all the participants were given medical grade human growth hormone injectable for six months and were specifically told not to change anything in their lifestyles or diet. After the six months passed, most of the subjects noticed significant changes in their overall health. To name a few,  weight loss, thicker skin, better stamina, healthier hair, better sleep, diminished  wrinkles, quicker recovery after exercise and workouts, lower (Bad)cholesterol levels, leaner muscles and just an overall more energetic,  healthier feeling  were among the noticeable effects of human growth hormone injections. In short, all the subjects of this experiment felt years younger and much stronger, and enjoyed a rejuvenated body.


New evidence suggests that HGH may also enhance immune system restoration and HIV specific T cell responses. At the International AIDS conference in Barcelona, Spain this past summer, researchers from Westminster hospital presented data that showed a direct effect of HGH on Thymic function. This was a very small group of people with chronic HIV infection that were taking antiretroviral therapy. The Thymus, a lymphoid organ located behind the upper breast bone, is the site of T cell maturation. That is where these white blood cells learn to recognize antigens. Antigens are substances that stimulate an immune system response.

After receiving 4 mg/day of HGH for 12 consecutive weeks, 11 of 12 subjects in this study showed significant increases in naive CD4 and CD8 cell counts. This clearly indicated that there was an increase in thymic activity. Naive T cells are necessary for immune reconstitution. As memory T cells are programmed to target previously encountered antigens and do not respond to new pathogens introduced into the body. In addition, HIV specific memory CD4 and CD8 were significantly improved in at least 9 of the 12 subjects after 12 weeks of HGH therapy. These improvements were sustained in those who continued the growth hormone therapy through week 24.