Back in July of 2018 a friend of mine contacted me because he knew I was into living a healthy lifestyle and favored homeopathic and naturopathic medicine.
I knew this friend of mine had a history of back issues (including 2 back surgeries), and based on his Facebook posts, it definitely looked like he was doing much better. So I was definitely all ears eager to find out what he was doing.
He told me that back in April 2018 he got introduced to “the gel” and it literally changed his life. “The gel? What in the world is that?” I asked. He said it was a homeopathic HGH gel that you apply transdermally called Somaderm.
I heard the three letters “HGH” and I was suddenly even more interested! Human growth hormone is something that I have done my fair research of (including looking into HRT clinics). From my understanding at that time, the injection protocol and pellets were the only ways to actually get HGH. Not only am I not a fan of injections (yes, I’m a big baby when it comes to shots), but they are also very expensive ($1,500+ per month) so I had quickly ruled out the idea of doing HGH any time soon.
To hear that there was now an option for me to use HGH without the need for shots, it seemed almost too good to be true. No prescription was needed, no dealing with pointy needles, and it costs a fraction of what the injection protocols cost. Needless to say, even though I was pretty skeptical, I immediately placed my order to give it a try!
I received my first bottle of Somaderm in August of 2018. I honestly hadn’t been so excited about trying a new product in a very long time. I wanted to give this a true test so I was very careful about maintaining the same diet and exercise routine (5 days per week) that I had been following for over two years. The only change that I made to my lifestyle was applying the gel twice per day.
So that you can see that I was in fact already exercising and eating healthy prior to starting the gel, I have included a picture of me from August 2017 and a picture of me a year later on August 2018 on the day that I started using the gel (see photos below). As you can see, I was making some physical improvement prior to using the gel.