Super Grow HGH 150 g

Nutritional Information

  • Serving Size1 Scoop (Approx. 5g)
  • Energy39 kj
  • Calories9
  • Protein1.3 g
  • Carbs0.1 g
  • Sugar0.1 g
  • No. ServingsApprox. 30
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Super Grow HGH 150 g

Product Description

Super Grow HGH 150 g

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Yes, HGH stands for Human Growth Hormone, but no we’re not doping you. Super Grow HGH is an advanced amino acid complex specifically designed to stimulate the release of the body’s own Human Growth Hormone, whilst also aiding you in sleeping like a giant baby.

  • Promotes and increases the synthesis of new protein tissues – in muscle recovery & repair
  • Helps with maintaining and increasing lean mass whilst dieting
  • Improves sleeping pattern – makes for fewer unintended awakenings and betters REM-stage sleep.
  • Produces more energy
  • May improve sexual performance
  • Builds stronger bones
  • May improve the quality and duration of heart and kidneys

 

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COMP SUPER GROW HGH uses powerful amino acid complex which makes it the ultimate human growth hormone booster to take prior to bed. COMP SUPER GROW HGH is thoroughly researched and developed by an authentic scientist to provide the perfect ratio of amino acids that is needed to stimulate the release of the bodies own Human Growth Hormone (HGH), whilst aiding a deep sleep. HGH pie chart

PREBIOTIC FIBRE (INULIN)

What Is It?

Inulin is a starchy substance found in many fruits, vegetables and herbs. When used as an extract, it is sourced from chicory root.

Why It’s Cool

Inulin is one of those people that is always there to lend a helping hand. In this case, it supports the growth of ‘friendly’ bacteria that is associated with improving bowel function and general health. So no need to worry about constipation or, errr, the opposite which we don’t speak about.

Inulin decreases the body’s ability to make certain kinds of fats, which can aid in weight loss.
L-GLUTAMINE PEPTIDE

What Is It?

Glutamine is the most common (over 61%) amino acid found in your muscles and is the primary transporter of nitrogen into your muscle cells. Food sources that contain high amounts include dietary meats and eggs.

Why It’s Cool

As we all should know, intense training exhausts our muscles, thus depleting our glutamine levels. This leads to a decrease in speed, strength and stamina. Glutamine is extremely important for protein synthesis and your ability to secret Human Growth Hormone. Without it, you won’t be able to efficiently metabolise body fat or support new muscle growth. It’s also vital to supporting the immune system. Unfortunately, it could take up to 6 days for glutamine stocks to return to normal after intense exercise. Worrying, right? Thankfully you can supplement it, otherwise we’d all be shrinking.

 

AGMATINE SULPHATE

What Is It?

Agmatine is a naturally created substance derived from the chemical arginine. It is a neurotransmitter and neuromodulator. Basically this means it’s a fantastic communicator that sends messages across neurons so they can do their jobs effectively. Think of it as a team manager, the highly competent sort not the one that just organises the after-game drinks session. Natural sources include beef, fish, bananas, avocados, mushrooms, chocolate and soy sauce to name a few. It’s quite prevalent and is also widely distributed throughout the body in the stomach, aorta, intestines, spleen, lungs, adrenal gland, kidney, liver, skeletal muscles, testes and brain. So, like a busy mother, it’s everywhere keeping on top of many things.

Why It’s Cool

Principally, Agmatine comes into its own when fighting pain, which significantly helps an athlete when recuperating from injury or even just recovering after a workout. Agmatine is helpful in relieving anxiety and producing antidepressant effects by controlling cortisol levels and modulating nitric oxide. It also aids in skeletal muscle glucose uptake.

 

L-TRYPTOPHAN

What Is It?

An amino acid and protein building block that occurs in many plant and animal proteins. It’s an essential amino acid, meaning the body cannot produce it of its own volition. It must be acquired via adequate food or supplementation.

Why It’s Cool

Ultimately, our bodies convert tryptophan to serotonin, which is a hormone that transmits signals between nerve cells. It can dramatically aid in general health problems such as insomnia, anxiety, depression, premenstrual syndrome, attention deficit disorder and smoking cravings. That last one could be quite handy if you aim to become anywhere near fit or healthy.

 

GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID (GABA)

What Is It?

GABA is a chemical that we produce in our brain. It is the chief inhibitory neurotransmitter in the central nervous system.

Why It’s Cool

Without it, nerve cells fire too easily and too often, unleashing a veritable disaster upon us. Consequences include panic attacks, seizures, addiction, headaches, Parkinson’s syndrome and cognitive impairment. None of that sounds like a party to us, or at least not one we’d like to be a part of.

Additionally, GABA plays a leading role in the regulation of muscle tone and helps to relieve injuries, improve exercise intolerance, decrease body fat and increase lean mass. There’s also evidence to suggest that getting more of it into the brain will extenuate Human Growth Hormone. Win win.

 

PHENIBUT

What Is It?

Similar to GABA, but the addition of a phenyl ring allows it to cross the blood-brain barrier easier than GABA.

Why It’s Cool

It’s been used to treat a whole bunch of ailments including PTSD, anxiety, depression, asthenia, insomnia, alcoholism, stuttering and vestibular disorders. While it may not have any direct physical effects, bodybuilding and other training is about more than improving the way you look. It’s a whole lifestyle improvement. A healthy mind will allow you to better concentrate on your physical exertions.
3,3’-DIINDOLYLMETHANE (DIM)

What Is It?

DIM is found naturally in members of the brassica family. No, they’re not dinosaurs, although that would be exciting. They’re vegetables such as broccoli, kale and cauliflower.

Why It’s Cool

Popular for all the bodybuilders in the house, DIM is a very effective regulator of estrogen, making sure the pesky overall effects of estrogen in the body are minimised. It also inhibits the gain of fat, even in a high calorie diet, and has the added general health bonus of being anti-carcinogenic, just in case it wasn’t impressive enough already.

 

CHRYSIN

What Is It?

Chrysin is a naturally occurring flavone found in the passion flowers Passiflora caerulea and Passiflora incarnata, and in Oroxylum indicum. It is also found in chamomile, in the mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus and in honeycomb.

Why It’s Cool

Besides being a potent anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant (you can never go wrong there), Chrysin is most well known for being a testosterone booster. It achieves this in an interesting way. Rather than actively increasing testosterone, it stops it from converting to estrogen, thus retaining more in the body.

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6 reviews for Super Grow HGH 150 g

  1. 5 out of 5

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    This product is so good. It works great, and its cheap. The best combination out there

  2. 5 out of 5

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    Great product with great gains. Once I saw them they were amazing.

  3. 5 out of 5

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    I read comments online about products like this not working (HGH’s), well I’ve tried most of the supplement’s out there and let me tell you it does work! My workouts intensity has increased my bench in less than 10 days up 8kg!. It works 😉

  4. 5 out of 5

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    This product works real good. I used it and found noticeable results in just a few weeks. I would recommend this product to anyone looking in this category.

  5. 5 out of 5

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    This stuff is so good. So far, I’ve only taken it for 1 month I noticed significant gains in energy, power, and recovery.

  6. 5 out of 5

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    Awesome product for amount spent.

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