Arguably the most effective way to raise your HGH levels is injection. Provided there is a doctor’s prescription, you can legally obtain and use human growth hormone to help speed along recovery after a severe surgery or injury. However, illegally obtaining and self-injecting HGH is highly illegal, and self-prescribing is a bad idea.
Of course, it’s the increasing volume of success stories that is driving the demand for HGH through the roof. Justin Hull played college football in Connecticut and tore his ACL in his last year of eligibility. In 2008, he had surgery to repair his right knee and received a doctor’s prescription to inject himself with HGH after the surgery. Afterward, his body healed fast and Justin found the increased energy and endurance that typically accompanies a boost in growth hormone levels. After injecting himself with 2cc of HGH each day over a six-month period and working out twice a day, Justin says he bulked up from 215 to 235 pounds and saw increases in areas he wasn’t specifically seeking improvement in.
“My sex drive was out of control and I felt a lot more confident,” Hull says. “I found myself recovering from workouts faster than usual, and my doctor was amazed at how fast the scar from the surgery healed. He said I would have been out of work for 12 months, but I was back in seven.”
After stopping the HGH injections routine, Hull said he lost some definition and saw a drop in endurance, but he didn’t experience any negative side effects. He says he was satisfied overall and felt that the HGH injections worked to his advantage.