Human Growth Hormone


What Is Human Growth Hormone?

Put very simply, HGH is responsible for the growth of human beings. It is a naturally occurring chemical, produced in the pituitary gland within the brain. As its name suggests – the hormone is responsible for many aspects related to growth, however if we were to isolate just one of these – the most prominent feature would be increasing height.

Height, or vertical growth, is achieved when the HGH comes in to contact with cells, tissue, and organs – which in effect transforms these into a bigger version of themselves.

Do remember though that this is only the majority of the work that HGH does. Many other functions with which HGH has an affect are:

  • Increasing Muscle
  • Reducing Fat
  • Strengthening Bones
  • Assisting with Calcium Retention
  • Blood Sugar Control
  • Boosting The Immune System
  • Helps Improve REM Sleep Patterns
  • Improves Elasticity and Texture of Skin

As you can see, HGH takes on some very important roles in the human body.

During our youth, and in to puberty and adulthood – the human body continues to grow. It is not until around the age of 21 that we stop growing. When this happens, the levels of HGH which are produced in the human body begins to decrease – and as the years go on, the rate at which the production falls actually increase; which is why our skin gets saggy, we lose lean body mass and our body begins to break down encountering health issues.

So, if this is indeed the case, what would happen if we were to take a supplement of HGH on a regular basis – after the age of 21 – in order to boost HGH levels? Could we expect to be able to combat the signs of aging? Could we build more muscle and increase out metabolism?

The answer is – YES!


Adult HGH Deficiency Program

  • Initial Evaluation
  • Six Month SupervisionBy Dr. George Weiss
  • Strengthening BonesBy Dr. George Weiss
  • HGH Injections
  • Access to Dr. Weiss During Normal Business HoursOffice Visits/Phone Sessions Welcome
  • Physical, Blood Work Panel and Interpretation at six months