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15.09.2008


Lab test: no growth hormone in Hygetropin

There is no growth hormone in the Chinese growth hormone drug Hygetropin. According to an analysis by a certified research laboratory, the results of which Ergo-log has received, Hygetropin contains wait for it albumin.

The box of the drug that was tested is shown below in the photo. If this is the real manufacturer of the drug we don't know for certain, but the pictures of Hygetropin that we found on Google Images look remarkably similar.


Lab test: no growth hormone in Hygetropin


The Hygetropin website is also mentioned on the packaging: www.hygetropin.cn. We haven't searched the website for photos, and we advise you not to do so yourself either. There's a Google warning that says that visiting the site can put undesirable programmes onto your computer.

"Site is listed as suspicious - visiting this web site may harm your computer", the search engine announces. "Of the 16 pages we tested on the site over the past 90 days, 7 page(s) resulted in malicious software being downloaded and installed without user consent. The last time suspicious content was found on this site was on 09/12/2008."

According to postings on the LEF longevity board, the website hygetropin.cn is a scam. [forum.lef.org 5/29/2008] The same goes for www.hygene.cn, another website that sells Hygetropin, and www.hygetropin-hgh.com. The site, according to LEF, is based in Moergestel in the Netherlands.

Postings on bodybuilding forums suggest that some people are nevertheless satisfied with Hygetropin. "Hygetropin is stronger than Jins. I have heard that thousand times already and personally experienced it", writes TooPowerful4U for example. [professionalmuscle.com/forums 11-14-2006]

But has TooPowerful4U really used Hygetropin?Or is it just someone selling the stuff?

Other bodybuilding forum users describe less positive experiences. MassiveMonster has been taking seven units a day for a month and has noticed nothing at all. And he wonders why not. [uk-muscle.co.uk 22-02-2007]

Luckily for MassiveMonster, Pscarb came quickly to his aid. "Of course you haven't noticed anything after one month," says Pscarb. "You won't until after twelve weeks."

Isn't internet a great place?