Introducing Human Growth Hormone (HGH)

I am always looking for more ways to help YOU feel your absolute BEST! I am excited to bring to you homeopathic Human Growth Hormone (HGH) in a safe, transdermal (through the skin) form! Over the years, I have studied replacement of HGH to help with a variety of symptoms. I know from medical school - many moons ago :) - what the function of HGH is
 

Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is Associated with:

  • Reduced Body Fat

  • Deep Sleep

  • Improved Mood & Energy

  • Heightened Sex Drive

  • Stronger Bones

  • Increased Mean Muscle Mass

  • Reduced Appearance of Wrinkles

  • Faster Healing

  • More Endurance


I have also prescribed the injectable form of HGH to my patients but, HGH injections are VERY expensive and, if not monitored can be dangerous for some. THEN when the FDA cracked down on their indications and I had to stop. 

I have known about the oral sprays but these get broken down readily in the digestive tract and even with the salivary enzymes. You can imagine how excited I was to find out about Somaderm, the only FDA registered, homeopathic transdermal form of HGH. The formula even has homeopathic adrenal and thyroid support as well as other complementary botanicals! I am hoping you will take the time to review the benefits. If you have any questions, feel free to call our office!

SOMADERM is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

 
Author
Leita Harris, MD Dr. Leita Harris has been delivering health care to women in the Inland Empire since 1990. Dr Harris specializes in providing quality gynecological care and overall wellness. Key Specializations include Biodentical Hormone Therapy Treatment and FemTouch Laser Rejuvenation. Being sensitive to her clients needs and offering an individualized approach to women's wellness makes Dr. Harris an expert in delivering compassionate care.

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