Hand Succussed Ingredients:
HGH 9x/12c/30x, IGF-1 9x/30x, growth factors 9x/9c, testosterone 30c/100x/1M, trans ferulic acid 30c/100x, creatine monohydrate 9c/100x, amino acid complex 10x/30x, l-arginine pyroglutamate 30x/30c, l-carnitine 12x/30x, l-glutamine 12x/30x, l-isoleucine 9x, l-leucine 9x, l-valine 9x, OKG 9c/12x, NADH 30x/100x/15c, hyaluronic acid 9x/30x/9c, pituitarium 9x/30x/3c, DHEA 30x/30c, pregnenolone 9c/12x, germanium 30x, ribose 12c/30c, protease 9x/100x, trypsin 9x/30c, vitamin E 3c/30x, B complex 30c/100x, Boron 30x/30c, chromium 30x/30c, zinc sulfate 30x, co-enzyme A 12c/30x, vanadium 9x/30x/30c, trace minerals 30c/100x. In a base of purified water, 10% USP alcohol, 8% USP vegetable glycerin.
Purpose of the Ingredients
Naturally secreted from the pituitary gland, considered by science to be the 'master' hormone. Strongly supports amino acid uptake and the synthesis of new proteins, promotes the growth and repair of all cells in the muscles, bones and organs, enhances the utilization of fat, and supports the functioning of all organs and glands.
Vital for muscle growth
Supports optimum energy
A strong component of on-going stamina
Necessary for the body's production of all growth factors
Insulin-like Growth Factor One (Somatomedin C) is the primary growth factor in our bodies. It is produced when the liver is stimulated by growth hormone, and is the leading indicator of HGH levels in the body.
Necessary for increasing lean body mass
Promotes the building of muscle
Helps to strengthen bone and nerves
Supports the reducing of excess fat
Aids in the proper absorption of amino acids into the muscle cells
Promotes accelerated repair of injured muscle, cartilage and nerve tissues
Elk velvet antler is rich in precursors for growth hormone, and is comprised of a number of amino acids, trace minerals and fatty acids.
Naturally boosts testosterone
Assists in the production of growth factors
Promotes increased mental and physical stamina
Helps to increase strength and endurance
A hormone naturally produced in the body. It is more prevalent in men than women, though it is important to both, and plays a vital role in the creating of muscle tissue.
Necessary to increase lean muscle mass
Promotes bio-synthesis of protein
Important for the metabolizing of fat
Helps strengthen the heart in particular, and the cardiovascular system as a whole
A naturally occurring molecule in the body stored as energy in the muscle cells.
Provides muscular strength
Enhances muscle size and fullness
Helps to improve stamina
Supports the increase of available energy
Participates in the body's natural release of growth hormone, functions anabolically to help build muscle, and is an important component of the Krebs Cycle (see below).
Supports the increase of muscle size
Assists in the process of muscle definition
A vital component in the process of maintaining stamina
The basic building blocks of all proteins. These include muscle, bone, connective tissue, nerves, hormones, enzymes, and our neurotransmitters responsible for all brain functioning like thought, focus and concentration.
Essential for energy
Essential for muscle building
Essential for the maintaining of biological life