SeroVital HGH – Review

SeroVital HGH claims that it can give people their youth back.  According to the advertisements, Human Growth Hormone has many benefits that can leave people feeling younger than they have in years.  It can help to improve the overall appearance, as well.  In fact, it’s hardly surprising that those looking for a fountain of youth would be drawn to this product.

Serovital hgh claims to help the body produe hgh for amazing youthful benefits.

Serovital hgh claims to help the body produe hgh for amazing youthful benefits.

The FDA has approved HGH, or artificial human growth hormone,  for the treatment of certain health problems.  For treatment of the following illnesses, it is injected as this is the best way for the body to receive the hormone.   HGH is used to treat conditions that include:  HGH deficiency, Turner Syndrome, babies that are born small for gestational stage, muscle wasting disease caused from AIDS/HIV, and many other conditions.   There are other “off label” uses for this hormone, including injections to help increase sports performance, and build muscles.

What it is

SeroVital HGH is a supplement that is supposed to have anti-aging properties.  The ingredients of this supplement work to stimulate the body to produce more of its own natural human growth hormone.  The advertisements claim that this product will actually help to reduce wrinkles, improve muscle tone, eliminate body fat, provide more energy, and increase the sex drive and much, much more.

While this product doesn’t actually contain artificial HGH like that which is injected, it claims to contain ingredients that help the body to produce more of its own human growth hormone.  For many, the goal of helping the body to produce more of its own hormones is much more appealing than adding synthetic hormones.  For this reason, SeroVital HGH is an attractive option for those looking to turn back the hands of time and enjoy feeling and looking the way they did when they were younger.

What’s in it?

Before determining if this is a safe product that people can feel comfortable taking, the ingredients should be examined:

L-Argenine:  This amino acid works to allow the blood vessels to become wider, which enables the HGH in the body to flow more easily.  L-Argenine is most effective when it is used in conjunction with Lysine.

L-Lysine:  Another amino acid, this one is not naturally occurring in the body, but it helps to produce the hormone that helps to stimulate the pituitary gland to release more HGH.

NAC (N-Acetyl L-Cysteine):   While this molecule doesn’t help to increase levels of HGH, it does help to improve the function of the immune system.   When the body metabolizes NAC, it creates  glutathione, which is thought to increase the body’s production of HGH.

Oxo-Proline:  This amino acid contains antioxidants and has properties that are moisturizing.  This might have something to do with the anti-aging benefits of SeroVital HGH.

Schizonepta Powder:  This is a herbal extract that treats inflammation, but it has nothing to do with the production of HGH.

L-Glutamine:  The most powerful of the amino acids in the formula, it helps to maintain healthy muscles and good makeup of the body.  It also helps to raise the levels of the HGH in the body.

While these amino acids are beneficial to the body, they aren’t actually that uncommon.  In fact, some feel that by closely monitoring the diet, it is possible to get plenty simply with the foods a person eats.  Since there is no listing of the ingredients of SeroVital HGH with the packaging, it’s tough to know whether the amounts of these ingredients are even within the recommended guidelines for safety.


The SeroVital HGH advertisements boast many potential benefits, and the supplement is marketed for anti-aging, but people are choosing to take it for many different reasons.  Benefits include:

-          Reducing body fat

-          Strengthening bones

-          Reduction in wrinkles

-          Mood improvement

-          Increased energy

-          More lean muscle mass

-          Increased sex drive

Possible side effects

There may be some negatives associated with this supplement, so being aware of what to watch out for.  Side effects might include:

-          Retaining water

-          Bloating

-          Pain in the abdomen

-          Diarrhea

-          Nausea and vomiting

Since HGH injections can have negative side effects as well, and since it is not clear how much of the ingredients are actually in the formula of SeroVital HGH, it is possible that excessive amounts of the hormone could be in the body.

Additional possible side effects of HGH might include:

-          Joint, muscle and/or nerve pain

-          Carpal tunnel

-          Skin that is numb or tingling

While side effects may never happen, it’s essential to know what they are in case odd symptoms begin to develop while taking this supplement.

How much does it cost?

Supplements can get pretty pricey, and SeroVital HGH is no different.   One month supply can cost anywhere from $90 to $100 depending on where it’s purchased from.  For some, this can be pretty pricey, but for others, the possible benefits of the supplement will far outweigh the high cost.

It is possible that the results are cumulative, which means that users will need to give it at least a couple of months to see results.

The bottom line

When it comes to SeroVital HGH, it might be more worth it to increase many of the foods that help to stimulate the body’s own production of HGH, or purchase the individual supplement ingredients separately and use only the recommended dosages.

It might not be harmful exactly, but there is no evidence that shows that users will truly see results, either, so if it’s a budget stretch, there are other options to consider.

It’s tempting to try every product on the market that promises a more youthful look and feel, but sometimes good, old fashioned diet and exercise, some good wrinkle cream, exfoliation and healthy living can have the same effect as a “miracle pill.”

For those that are still determined to try it, be sure to watch for adverse side effects, and don’t forget to discuss SeroVital HGH with your health care provider before taking when any health issues are concerned.


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4 thoughts on “SeroVital HGH – Review

  1. I have been taking seravital for 3 weeks now. The most effective product I have ever tried. I am premenopausal and have had many issues with this change in my life. Ive lost 8 lbs. an entire pant size since it seems to be in my ab area thats most noticeable Ihave also noticed the crowsfeet and lip lines softening. I am much less emotional. The hot flashes are much diminished. I just ordered my second month from ulta going throught ebates gave me 6% cash back. Ithink the product is well worth the money. I need to note that i am an avid exerciser cardio appx 4 hours a week. weight training 4 hours per week. I have done this fo10 years now. Starting the seravital has made significant changes in body and skin. I hope this helps

    • lisa,,
      Since your review 6/28, what are your findings? Im concerned about long term health effects.
      are you still losing weight and are you finding more muscle mass, interessting since you are an avid exerciser. I wish I could do this, please give me your thoughts.
      thanks, isabel

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