How is KeyTropin different than homeopathic GH products?
For over a century, there has been considerable debate as to whether homeopathy is truly effective. In some respects, it clearly is. Vaccines are based on the homeopathic idea – that if you dilute a virus enough so that it is extremely weak, the body builds defenses against it. In the same way, in homeopathic remedies, a highly diluted substance is supposed to motivate the body to respond. Therefore, the tiniest amount of diluted GH is expected to signal the pituitary gland to produce more GH. That defies logic. Unlike herbs used in homeopathy, which are relatively robust, GH is a very delicate protein requiring refrigeration and having a very short half life once it is activated. If it were to survive at all, how would a 30 or 60 times dilution of it cause any effect? But there is a another more basic physical problem with homeopathic GH. Homeopathic GH claims to have real hGH in it. A 191-amino protein GH molecule cannot penetrate intact into membranes to any significant degree. A 65