GHR 1000 claims that “just because you’re getting older, doesn’t mean you have to feel older”. With their formula that promises greater amounts of the effective ingredients than any other product on the market, GHR 1000 advertises that you will feel and look younger than ever before. Unfortunately, they made the mistake of claiming to use an FDA certified lab, which is simply not true. The FDA just does not actually approve or control in many ways HGH supplements in general. They also fail to provide a valid money back guarantee. They only provide refunds for unopened bottles, meaning if you tried and failed to see results you are out $90.
What Ingredients are in GHR1000?
GHR has a few testosterone builders and amino acids, making it appropriate only for men. But it lacks even one ingredient proven to actually stimulate the growth of HGH such as colostrum, tribulus terrestis, or otherwise. This is a common mistake in the industry unfortunately, and they only use small quantities of the ingredients they do have, further frustrating the process.
What Else Should I Know about GHR1000?
With GHR 1000, you get a lot of problems and deficiencies. It does not have the right ingredients, the right amounts, or anything else that would denote results. Unfortunately, that does mean that you won’t see results, and we would not recommend this particular product.