New Blog Chronicles Human Growth Hormone (hGH) Use as Seen through the Eyes of Three Individuals

The blog was developed using something called “Moguling”, pioneered by Phoenix, Arizona company- DotVentures, and is purported to be the latest rage in “web sites”.

Phoenix, AZ, March 28, 2007 --( There is a new blog being published about a controversial subject; Human Growth Hormone. hGH and its potentially harmful side effects are being chronicled at: by three individuals who are currently taking the drug under a doctor’s supervision. What is so interesting about this is that each patient is posting entries based on their unique experience using the controversial drug while doing so in a non-clinical, honest format. These people aren’t pushing hGH, nor are they touting the benefits, so much as they are making sure that people are properly informed of the possible hazards as well as the obvious performance enhancing features. This blog is essential reading for anybody thinking of embarking on an hGH regime.

Human growth hormone (hGH) is the latest rage in performance enhancing drugs. While not a steroid, it has been classified with them by many sports governing organizations. It is a naturally occurring hormone produced by the pituitary gland. hGH is prescribed as a synthetically-produced injectable drug and has become a popular (but expensive) medication prescribed in anti-aging therapies as well as the treatment of AIDS-related wasting.

Bodybuilders may self-administer hGH to improve size and strength, usually by subcutaneous injection into the lower abdomen. Excessive or high-dose use can lead to significant or even dangerous side effects, like acromegaly (bone growth of the feet, jaw, forehead, etc.) and enlargement of the internal organs. Some of the brand names currently available are Genotropin®, Humatrope®, Nutropin®, Protropin®, Saizen®, Serostim® and Somatotropin®. Counterfeit products containing no real hGH have been identified on the black market, and have even shown up on pharmacy shelves - potentially jeopardizing those who need it medically.

hGH Treatment is Purported to:
• Reverses Aging Changes in the Body
• Lowers Blood Pressure
• Improves Cardiac Function and Cholesterol Profiles
• Improves Libido and Sexual Performance
• Increases Energy and Endurance, Improves Sports Performance and Recovery
• Increases Immune System Function
• Reduces Fat Accumulation and Builds Lean Muscle Mass
• Increases Bone Density and Reduces Osteoporosis
• Improves Mood and Sleep Patterns
• Reduces the Risk of Developing Type II Adult-Onset Diabetes
• May Be Helpful in Treating Crohn's Disease

The blog is different because it’s not trying to “sell” anything. It’s also not attempting to bedazzle the reader with statistics and obtuse medical terminology. It’s just the day-to-day accounts of three men undergoing hGH therapy. One is a bodybuilder and the other two are older gentlemen. This blog attempts to address, in plain words, the real facts behind this controversial drug.

Currently, Barry Bonds, Gary Matthews Jr. and others of the professional sports arena are bringing a lot of attention to the drug. Along with the individual experiences of the three blog posters (coincidently, all with the first name of Dale), there are also lots of interesting news articles on hGH products as well. The blog was developed using something called “Moguling”, pioneered by Phoenix, Arizona company- DotVentures, and is purported to be the latest rage in “web sites”. To read more about Moguling go here:

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Kiloh Smith