Sytropin Review

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Sytropin is an HGH oral spray that screams scam. The first thing we noticed when visiting the official website for the product were the words Without a Prescription and FDA-Compliant. These words are used to market the supplement to people looking for a cost-saving alternative to HGH injections. HGH is at the heart of growth, literally, but it also plays an important role in aging and weight maintenance. As we age, natural production of HGH is reduced and products like Sytropin claim an order spray is enough to return levels to optimal levels. We encourage visitors to the official website to look for two things – clinical proof and HGH on the ingredient label. They will find neither.

List of Ingredients

Ingredients:

  • Alpha GPC
  • GABA
  • Glycine
  • L-Arginine
  • L-Dopa Extract
  • L-Isoleucine
  • L-Tyrosine
  • L-Valine
  • L-Lysine
  • Moomiyo Extract
  • Ornithine Alpha Ketoglutarate

Product Features

You will immediately notice that HGH is missing from the ingredient list. Alpha GPC is supposed to promote HGH secretion, but since when is secretion the same as production? Most of the ingredients are nothing more than amino acids found in meats and protein supplements. Amino acids are, after all, the building blocks of protein. But, protein or amino acids have nothing to do with HGH.

There are some anti-inflammatory and mood boosting ingredients in the formula. Now, take into consideration that joint pain and depression are common with age. If these ingredients work to relieve pain by reducing inflammation and even slightly improve mood, the user could feel like the product works as claimed, but the effects have absolutely nothing to do with HGH.

Despite the utter lack of HGH in the formula, Sytropin is backed with a 90-day guarantee. According to the guarantee, if you are not satisfied with the product you can return it for a full refund, minus the original and return shipping and handling cost. It costs $6.95 to ship the order to you and you can expect to pay the same for return shipping so the money-back guarantee will cost you a minimum of about $14. The printed guarantee does not mention if the company requires a return authorization number, but there is a contact number, email and address on the contact page.

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Advantages

  • All ingredients are listed on the Sytropin website.
  • Users may notice reduced pain and/or inflammation.
  • Sytropin is backed with a 90-day guarantee.

Disadvantages

  • Details about the guarantee are limited.
  • The product costs $60 a month.
  • You have to pay initial and return shipping.
  • There is no HGH in the formula.
  • The effects of Sytropin are likely associated with mood boosters and anti-inflammatories.

Conclusion

Sytropin is not an HGH supplement at all. The product is packed with amino acids and natural anti-inflammatories that may reduce pain, but that is not the same as HGH. HGH injections cannot be replaced with oral sprays. There are clinical studies proving release of growth hormones in response to amino acid supplementation, but only when specific amino acids are combined in specific amounts – something Sytropin fails to deliver.

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