What You Should Know
Hyperplasmic Recovery is a stack of LG Sciences supplements created to help the bodybuilder recover and rest. The three supplements included in the stack are I-GH-1, GHenerate and NO Infuse. None of these supplements has received a positive review due to ineffective ingredients and dangerous ingredients. The supplement sells for $69.99. If purchased individually, the supplements would cost $86.98. The stack includes one bottle of each supplement.
List of Ingredients
NO Infuse: L-Arginine, Arginine AKG, DiArginine Malate, Citrulline Malate, Acetyl-L-Carnitine, Adenosine TriPhosphate, Adenosine MonoPhosphate, Nicotinic Acid.
I-GH-1: GH Secretagogue Complex: Arginine Pyroglutamate, Ornithine AKG, Mucuna Puriens (standardized for L-Dopa), Astragalus Membranaceus (Root), L-Lysine.
GHenerate: Hydroxy Propyl Beta Cyclodextrin, Puerarin 98%, GHRP – Marus Alba Extract, Citric Acid, Soy Lecithin, Potassium Sorbate Calcium EDTA(freshness), Sodium Benzoate, Sucralose, Natural and Artificial Flavor, Purified Water, Chitosan.
NO Infuse is a cream based Arginine and Adenosine supplement that is supposed to help the bodybuilder achieve massive gains and reach new growth heights. Each of the claims made by LG Sciences starts with “may”. This product “may” do this or that. All that means is the supplement is not proven to do anything, but in theory some of the ingredients could do this or that. Dieters and bodybuilders need to work on proven facts and proven ingredients, not chance.
I-GH-1 is the dangerous supplement among the three. Here, the supplement claims to increase the body’s natural production of growth hormones. Not only do the ingredients make that impossible, the L-Dopa in the supplement could lead to dangerous side effects like irregular heart beat. Other side effects could include hair loss and nausea.
The final supplement in the Hyperplasmic Recovery stack is GHenerate. Again, this supplement is supposed to support growth hormone production, but users claim it only supports sleep and hunger. One of the main ingredients in the formula is known to cause increased hunger which is not the best idea for dieters trying to lose weight or bodybuilders trying to control intake.
- All ingredients are found online.
- The stack offers a discounted price on the three included supplements.
- None of the products work as claimed.
The Hyperplasmic Recovery stack by LG Sciences makes many claims, but the only proven effects are increased hunger and deeper sleep. I-GH-1 includes a potentially dangerous ingredient that could cause side effects that may be life-threatening. The main theme among the three supplements is the ability to achieve a deeper sleep. Sleep is essential to recovery, but none of these three supplements include classic natural sleep aids like Valerian Root or Melatonin. We choose not to support this supplement at this time as some of the ingredients could be dangerous.