What is HGH?

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HGH is the acronym for Human Growth Hormone. It was discovered about a half century ago, but it wasn’t until sometime in the 1970s that researchers and scientists actually figured out the role of HGH in the body. For those intervening years, HGH remained a mystery compound – though it had been isolated in the human body, it remained a mystery compound.

HGH is a protein compound, produced only in one part of the pituitary gland. Even after researchers knew the basics – that it’s a protein and where the body produced it – there was debate over the role it played in the body. When researchers figured out that HGH had an important part in normal growth, the race was on to figure out what the role is and how it could be used to help those who faced issues with growth.

It’s not a huge step between learning the role of HGH and using it as a therapy for children who weren’t growing at a normal rate. Increasing the amount of HGH for those children who otherwise might not have grown enough to do the things normal adults do – drive a car, for example – became a way to positively impact the lives of those youngsters. But...

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