Types of Human Growth Hormone Treatments
There are three major ways a person can attempt to have HGH treatments done:
Injections are available with a doctor's prescription and are the most effective way to administer HGH. They are regulated by the FDA and are only approved to treat certain ailments. Injections can be a very expensive treatment, and, unless self-administration is allowed by the doctor, injections have to be administered by a qualified professional.
HGH sprays are available without a prescription. The sprays are designed to be sprayed into the mouth, which will allow for quick absorption through the lining of the mouth. Sprays are often homeopathic in nature, and the only benefit provided from these sprays would be the amino acids and vitamins contained therein.
HGH pills, like the sprays, only contain a small amount of HGH and are also available without a prescription. Pills will often contain no HGH at all, and will instead contain other ingredients such as amino acids, vitamins and herbs that are designed to help the body produce more of its own natural growth hormones.
While sprays and pills are considerably less expensive then injections, and do not require a prescription, there is some question of their effectiveness. Pills and sprays are more useful for people who want to take advantage of the possible rejuvenating properties of HGH, and less for those with serious medical conditions which require the more potent injections.