Baseball Crank
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March 7, 2007
BASEBALL: Rocker on HGH?

So says this report, albeit supposedly on doctor's orders. Plus, this tidbit about some people in hot water in my old hometown:

Steven and Karen Lampert of Anti-Aging Centers in Nanuet pleaded not guilty in an Albany County, N.Y., courtroom and were released without bail. They are charged with submitting prescriptions to a Florida pharmacy — some "obviously forged" according to the district attorney — for drugs totaling more than $50,000 for people without a medical need.

Steven Lampert is charged with 20 counts, his wife with two.

"It seems as though our clients have much less involvement than the others," said Jay Golland, a lawyer for Karen Lampert.

Prosecutors describe the Lamperts as "criminal associates" of Signature Pharmacy in Orlando, Fla. Albany County District Attorney David Soares says Signature was at the center of a web of businesses and doctors that illegally wrote prescriptions for steroids.

Posted by Baseball Crank at 11:07 PM | Baseball 2007 | Comments (3) | TrackBack (0)

Rocker's performance after injury is not a ringing endorsement for the benefits of HGH.

Posted by: maddirishman at March 8, 2007 9:51 AM

HGH is not a steroid and the body reacts totally differently to it than steroids. It shouldn't be linked to steroids, an atomic bomb on the body, in any way.

Most people don't know that HGH is approved by the FDA for over the counter sales in homeopathic oral spray solutions. No doctor's prescription is necessary.

There are at least 30 websites, is the most popular with athletes, that sell the homeopathic HGH oral sprays perfectly legally. All homeopathic remedies, whether they be for allergies, the flu, or enhanced athletic performance, are extremely gentle to the system. A good story about the misleading reports about HGH and baseball can be found here

Posted by: mharvey at March 16, 2007 4:52 PM

It's absurd that any players are getting busted for HGH use. Most players in the know are using homeopathic HGH oral sprays because they achieve 60%-80% of the same results of pharmaceutical injections and are approved for over the counter sales by the FDA. The sprays trigger your liver to produce IGF-1 which is what gives the invigoration properties. There is no appreciable rise in HGH levels so it's undetectible.

There are at least 30 websites selling homeopathic oral sprays, perfectly legally. The most popular with athletes is but they all sell the same generic product.

Posted by: M Harvey at March 17, 2007 3:12 PM
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