We are commonly asked whether GenF20 Plus™ is legal and the answer is an emphatic Yes!
GenF20 Plus™ is an HGH Releaser – a 100% natural dietary HGH supplement. GenF20 Plus helps the body to increase HGH production naturally. GenF20 Plus™ and other HGH releasers have FDA approval for use under the 1994 Dietary Supplement Health and Education Act.
Don’t confuse HGH releasers with synthetic HGH injections. Synthetic HGH injections are not legal unless you have a doctor’s prescription, and they are illegal to distribute or even have in your possession unless you have a valid prescription.
This is the reason there has been so much media hype around it! It’s also why you as a consumer need to be aware that there are tons of companies that are selling “real” HGH on the Internet!
Remember – Keep in mind…
GenF20 Plus is an HGH Releaser – what this means it that it will promote the increase of HGH production within your pituitary gland, rather than artificially increasing your HGH with synthetic HGH injections.
GenF20 Plus™ is 100% legal AND it is also 100% natural.
Is it okay for my child to have GenF20 Plus?
It is recommended that anytime you plan to give a child GenF20 Plus or any HGH releaser, it is important that you talk to your doctor first.
Any HGH supplementation regardless of the form should be done only once your doctor or other medical professional has given his/her approval. We’re sure you’ll agree that it’s important to use common sense!
Drops in your HGH levels won’t begin to occur until your child is in his twenties. If you interfere with a child’s natural HGH production before they reach this age, you could affect their height increase, growth and development.
Bottom line – Always talk to a doctor!
Is HGH designed just for older adults?
When it comes to HGH, the older a person is, the less HGH the pituitary gland produces. This means the older you are, the faster you will enjoy the benefits of using GenF20 Plus™ as your body ramps up your human growth hormone levels.
Of course, GenF20 Plus™ will benefit adults of all age, since HGH levels begin to decrease in our twenties and will decrease at different rates depending on our diet, how we exercise, the stress in our lives and much more.
Remember, age is just one single factor that affects what your HGH levels look like!