What is the difference between Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy GH1 and other oral GH products?
Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy GH1 uses a vegetable-based polymer, which has a cost value of over $60,000 dollars per gallon. Many, if not all, of the companies using the blue bottle use a petroleum-based polymer, with a minimal cost of $18.00 per gallon. These plastic polymers are a proven hazard to health and will settle in the lymph glands of the body for a lifetime. These polymers are cheap and dangerous chemical additives with the sole purpose of reducing manufacturing costs. GH is an extremely volatile molecule and can be damaged very quickly in the presents of sunlight (UV rays). Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy GH1 uses a #30-UV protected, amber colored bottle as well as a shrink-wrap that has another #30-UV rating. Other producers of GH use the blue bottle that has NO PROTECTION FROM THE DAMAGING UV EFFECTS OF THE SUN. Dr. Robert Lawrence, who was the Chief Science Officer of the original 6-year project developing the vegetable-based polymer matrix, is the in