HGH is the abbreviated form of Human Growth Hormone. It stimulates growth, cell regeneration and reproduction. It is produced by the pituitary glands, but may also be exogenously administered in the form of supplements and injections. In this capacity it used to build muscles, reduce fat and boosting of energy, amongst others.
HGH has a rather short elimination half-life of around 2.5 hours. As a result, it is excreted from the system about 13 hours 45 minutes after you last take it.
This timeframe is subject to variation depending on certain factors:
HGH can be detected in blood up to 72 hours after having administered it into the system
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