Sytropin HGH Real Review and Results

By: Rob Miller
4 User Reviews
Fact Checked On: 11-4-2018

sytropin real reviewNote: This is a review. Click Here To Visit The official Sytropin Site.

We have been reading up lately on alot of different HGH products, and the most recent one we came across is called Sytropin. you may have already heard of it before, and possibly have even been taking it. Well, we decided to order a free trial of this hgh supplement, and put it to the test to see if there claims made any sense.

What is Sytropin HGH?

According to the official website, Sytropinis a Human Growth Hormone spray, which is 100% FDA compliant, and is available without a prescription. But is it really growth hormone, I mean, isn’t growth hormone illegal for sale in the US? Well, there is a very interesting explanation to all of that, but we will get to that later.

There are a number of claims about HGH supplements that will literally make your head spin.

Supplements like Serovital and others claim the ability to help you look and feel younger, build muscle, increase bone density, enhance immune system, reduce wrinkles, help you sleep better, give you a better mood, increase energy levels, increase libido and performance, and lower blood pressure and cholesterol.

Whew!!! I thought it would never end either! This product does practically everything except treat and cure cancer!

Does Antler X And Sytropin Work?

Bodybuilding sprays, while often controversial in effectiveness, have been used by men looking to achieve ample size and strength gains for close to 10 years. Once recent blog post I came across talked about the effectiveness of combining an anabolic spray, called AntlerX, with an all natural HGH releaser called Sytropin. These 2 sprays are said to be legal anabolic compounds which have been banned by major sports leagues, but are still available to the general public. But does using AntlerX and Sytropin at the same time really give you these insane lean muscle gains?

What is Antler X?

antler x reviewThe premise behindAntlerXis simple. It uses an all natural ingredient called Deer Antler Velvet, to increase your Insulin-Like Growth Factor (IGF-1) levels to beyond ordinary amounts. Deer Antler Velvet, as the name implies, is actually a soft fuzz that is found on the antler racks of deer during a specific phase of their growth. Antler X reportedly uses only the finest quality deer antler velvet extracted from the New Zealand red deer.

The use of Deer Antler Velvet is sports supplements is nothing new. To date, I can think of at least 12 other products that use the substance in their formulation, everything ranging from male enhancers to pre workout supplements. There have been some studies indicating that deer antler velvet may indeed help speed up the recovery process, but most reports are anecdotal in nature.

What is Sytropin HGH?

antler x and sytropinSytropin HGH is an oral spray that reportedly uses all natural branch chain amino acids to help encourage the bodies natural production of growth hormone. While actual HGH is available via a prescription and close monitoring of a doctor, all natural hgh releasers like Sytropin instead use the theory that all natural ingredients can induce the body into producing more of it’s own growth hormone.

However, the use of all natural HGH releasers like Sytropin is extremely controversial, and most in the mainstream medical community dismiss it’s claims.

Does Using AntlerX and Sytropin HGH Really Work?

We see these miracle supplement combo claims popping up all the time, especially in social media. The hook, line, and sinker is almost always there. Typically, some blog will pop up stating that some miracle combo, which is almost always used by professional athletes and movie stars to gain a ridiculous physique, is roaring across the internet. The hook is generally a statement like “miracle combo helps men gain 14 pounds of lean muscle, while burning away stubborn fat.”

The line is usually something like “these 2 products”, in this case AntlerX and Sytropin, have previously been banned by the FDA or professional sports associations, but is available to the general public. The sinker is the fact that, because the companies making the supplements are so generous and must have $1 billion sitting in the bank, are giving away these products for free! Why should they sell it when they can just give it away for free?

The Auto-Billing Nightmare

What this supposed blog review doesn’t tell you is that, once you order your “free” trials of AntlerX and Sytropin, you are automatically binding to the terms of what’s known as an Auto Billing agreements. You pay $4 or $5 for the products to be shipped, then you have anywhere from 14- 21 days to “try the products out”. After that time is up, your credit card is billed the full price of the product, which is generally anywhere from $79 – $99.

They also throw you into an auto-rebill, auto-shipment program where they send you the product every month, and continually charge your credit card. Some guys will literally be charged $1,000’s before they realize what’s going on, most of the time way too late.

Unfortunately, AntlerX and Sytropin are not available in stores, otherwise I would recommend you check them out at your local GNC or something. You can find them online on their official website, which if you really want to try this product out I suggest you do. But as far as the free trials, I would recommend you stay well clear of them unless you know what you’re getting yourself into. Does deer antler velvet even work?Maybe. Do Hgh supplements like Sytropin HGH work? Maybe. But, by combining these 2 supplements that “might” work, you may be setting yourself up for some serious side effects down the road.

Isn’t Growth Hormone Illegal Without A Prescription?

This is where the thin line starts to get a little thinner when it comes to Sytropin. They label the product as a “human growth hormone”, but according to several sources, it is illegal to sell growth hormone without a prescription. Well, Sytropin has figured out a way around this by marketing what is called an hgh releaser.

What is an hgh releaser, you ask? Well, normal growth hormone is produced by the pituitary gland, which is located near the center of the brain. During our adolescent years, the pituitary gland produces its own growth hormone, and is responsible for giving us the natural growth spurts we encounter through puberty.

As we get older, this gland produces LESS growth hormone naturally, and is supposed to be attributed to aging. So what essentially Sytropin is supposed to do is help “encourage” the pituitary gland to produce more of it’s own HGH, which leads to this so called “age reversing” mechanism.

So Did Sytropin Work For Me?

Well, to start, I am a naturally healthy 30 year old male who exercises regulary, and eats normally. I do drink occasionally, but do not smoke or do drugs at all. I could stand to lose about 10 pounds, and I do have a few wrinkles appearing on my forehead from years of exposure to the sun.

The directions on the Sytropin bottle state “take 2 sprays under the tongue in the morning and 4 sprays before bedtime.” Your also supposed to avoid taking foods or liquids for 20 minutes after use. Now, Sytropin states that you will get the best results from taking it for 3 months or more, but unfortunately all I had was this free trial.

The first week I definitely noticed a difference in my sleeping patterns, most notably I was waking up feeling more refreshed. I made no change in my diet or exercise so as to not skew the results from taking Sytropin. I did go to the gym a few more times than normal that week, but I think that is because of the increase in energy.

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Pro’s about Sytropin:

  • Gave me more energy for the gym
  • Improved my quality of sleep
  • Lost 5 pounds over a 10 day time period
  • My skin seemed more radiant, and youthful looking

Con’s About Sytropin

  • It tastes horrible
  • Only used for 2 weeks
  • Did not notice a change in wrinkles

Recommendation

If you have been thinking about trying an HGH supplement, but never had the money to do so, I recommend signing up for the Sytropin Free Trial. While I think everyone responds differently to these products, it is well worth it if you find that it works right for you. I would highly recommend that you also combine this therapy with a healthy diet and exercise to get the best results.

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You can order it at the official Sytropin HGH website.- Rob

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Author: Rob Miller

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Rob Miller founded SupplementCritique.com over 7 years ago, and has been the chief editor ever since. He has a diploma in Advanced Dietary Supplements Advisor, and worked at GNC for 3 years. He KNOWS supplements, both inside and out. Rob currently resides in Jupiter, FL, with his wife of 4 years.  Learn more about him in his Bio here. Follow him on Twitter , Facebook, LinkedIn, or find him on Google +.

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  1. I ordered Sytropin for my wife and i, which both of us are healthy and active, just slowing down a bit at 64, after 5 days of use as directed my wife started having back then chest pains on day 7 she couldent get out of bed, in 51 years i have never seen Sherry cry from pain, i got her to the ER in time to save her life, she developed a blood clot which moved to her lungs. No histroy in her family either, buyer beware.

  2. Hi rob,thanks for your prompt reply regarding (HGH).you recommend I try (Hypergh 14x) to give me extra boost with prime male as I am over 50.i forgot to mention that I dislike taking pills.which( NATURAL LIQUID HGH) would you highly recommend ?I read on your site you tried (SYTROPIN) only for 2 weeks and your energy levels were increasing.has any clinical research been done on any(NATURAL LIQUID HGH) that you know of ? Cheers derek

    1. Hey Derek,

      Yeah, I liked Sytropin for as long as I took it, but I test so many supplements, I can’t give them all the full recommended time. Since you don’t like taking pills, go ahead with Sytropin.

  3. DO NOT GIVE THIS COMPANY ANY OF YOUR INFORMATION! The product doesn’t work and they will charge you for products you never ordered before they ship them to you.

  4. Hmm….one needs to be leery nowadays of ANYTHING claiming to be “THE” HGH type supplement that works. That being said, what are the exact ingredients and percentages in this? DON’T BUY ANYTHING THAT DOESN’T LIST INGREDIENTS FOLKS!!!!

  5. Have had several back surgeries and trying to get back into shape, at 45 years old, just don’t have the motivation I had when I was younger, is this a product that could…help with this?
    1. Hey Dale,
      I’ve had good results with this, but even better with HyperGH 14X. On the other hand, Sytropin HGH is about half the price. They both helped me with energy, getting better sleep, and just plain feeling better.

      Rob
      SupplementCritique.com
  6. I just ordered trial I have dropped 140 lbs in a little over a year I have a great diet and 3 hr a day fitness plan need to get rid of belly fat I have slimmed way down and am bodybuilding jyst cant total get ride of stomach hope this works
  7. Rob I also read your article on the “Muscle factor X”. These two products were offered in conjunction.

    While I will not be ordering the Muscle X I was thinking about ordering the Sytropin based on your review and combining it as the article suggested. What is a fair priced working product that I could use to replace the Muscle factor X to gain the maximum muscle gain and fat loss that the article stated.

    I do not have a regimented work out and my diet is basically crap. I smoke and drink regularly.

    Yes i know i am slowly killing myself, but I need this boost to get me off the couch. The Sytropin is fairly cheap at 40.00 a month but I was also wondering if it was the same company as the Muscle X.

    1. Hey Bryan,

      I would go with Nitrocut. It’s a straight forward pre-workout formula that’ll get you motivated to get to the gym, and once you’re there, it’ll help you maximize your gains. A one month supply goes for about $50, but if you buy more than one bottle at a time, you’ll save on each.

      Rob
      SupplementCritique.com
  8. Hi again,
    Isn’t homeopathic HGH claimed to be unproven and potentially dangerous? This is essentially what Sytropin is composed of, aside from being riddled with amino acids.

    Please correct me if I’m wrong about this, Mr. Miller. I did read about the homeopathic HGH claim on a few HGH-Releaser sales pages (including the GenF20 Plus page) as well as in other sources.

  9. hi
    im still not understand is this realy hgh hormon or what if yes i realy wanna buy and how much i need im 34 years old traning for 4 year long 179,wight 82
    i leav in sweden
    thanx
  10. To both Debbie and Rob,
    I had a stomach ulcer about 30 years ago, caused by consuming aspirin on an empty stomach. I am worried about the potential for another ulcer if I try Sytropin.

    1. Hey Maree,
      I don’t see anything in Sytropin (http://www.Sytropin.com) that would lead me to believe it would cause / aggravate stomach ulcers. With that said, I would definitely check with your doctor first and get the OK from him or her.

      Rob
      SupplementCritique.com

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