interesting pro-HGH web site, with references
- Hello Mike... Thanks for sending us this link...
it has many interesting links, worth studying a while....
I am planning on going to Playa Del Carmen Mexico this month.
I have been seeing a doctor here in the US (bodylogicmd.com) that
has prescribed testosterone, progesterone, and melatonin for me
but is reluctant to prescribe HGH (even though that was one of the
main reasons I saw him in the first place).
Unfortunately, as the US "evolves" we become more like the socialist/communist governments we have fought to resist.
Ellis: [No, you are not like the socialist and communist governments
you have fought to resist... Growth hormone and testosterone are not
illegal or impossible to obtain in Russia or China, and doctors are
not afraid to prescribe HGH or testosterone in Russia and China.
As a result, HGH is becoming harder and harder to obtain by law-
abiding health conscious citizens (like myself) who just want a
better quality of life.
I'm not looking to become a bodybuilder or professional athlete.
I am 47 years old and I KNOW IN MY HEART OF HEARTS that what you
have been saying for years is true.
I will likely be in Mexico for only one week, and I would greatly
appreciate it if you can help me obtain some authentic HGH while
I am vacationing. Can you help?
Ellis: [Can I Help You To Get Authentic HGH in Mexico?
Can Bill Gates Help You To Buy Windows?
Yes, I think I can help you to get authentic HGH in Mexico.
I need to know how much you want, and where you want me to
deliver it in Playa del Carmen, and what date you want it to
be there. And I should receive payment, thank you.
Also... Get a prescription for HGH while you are in Playa del
Carmen.. I paste this e-mail which I received in March, 2008
from Jerry Emanuelson, of Futurescience.com, who came to Mexico
to consult with my doctors about HGH and other anti aging
Although I didn't have any significant problem in returning with my
Humatrope and Protophin, some unexpected things did happen, and the
information may be useful for others.
The first unexpected thing was that at the standard X-ray search of
carry-on items at the Mexico City airport, the inspector saw the
vials of medicine on the X-ray, and asked that the items be looked
at by another inspector. The other inspector immediately pulled out
one of the vials and inspected it closely. I showed her my
prescriptions. She compared the prescriptions with the labels on
the vials and was satisfied, and I went on my way.
Continental Airlines did their own complete inspection of carry-on
items since they could not be sure that the Mexican inspection would
always meet U.S. Transportation Security Administration standards.
The Continental Airlines inspector found the vials and looked at them
closely. I showed her the prescriptions, and she was immediately
satisfied, and I boarded the plane.
On the flight from Mexico City to my intermediate stop in Houston,
I thought a lot about exactly what to write, if anything, on my U.S.
Customs form. I decided that the best thing to do was to declare the
Humatrope and Protophin as "MEDICATIONS PRESCRIBED FOR ME BY A
MEDICAL DOCTOR IN MEXICO" and declared the value at $300.
This turned out to be the very best thing to do.
When going through customs in Houston, most U.S. citizens were let
through after a few seconds of conversation with the customs agent.
When I approached the customs booth, their was a "ding" on an alarm
signifying that it was exactly 3 p.m. At this particular booth, I
was informed that meant that I had been randomly selected for
thorough and detailed screening by customs, and I was sent to a
separate area for a detailed screening.
The customs agent who did the detailed screening asked about the
vials of medicine, I showed him my prescriptions, and he seemed
satisfied about the way that I had declared them on the customs
form. He did a very through inspection of all my luggage, but
during the whole time our entire conversation I wasn't worrying
about my prescription medicine getting through customs.
When I first made my trip, I thought that the worst thing that could
happen would be to be randomly selected for one of these detailed
customs inspections on the return trip; but it turned out that I was
selected, and it was no problem at all.
After going through U.S. customs, everyone had to be re-screened for
dangerous items by the U.S. TSA. The U.S. screener didn't see, or
wasn't concerned by, the vials of medicine that went through the
X-ray screening at Houston.
I would recommend that others returning with medicines purchased in
Mexico make a customs declaration that is very similar to what I did.
I have since learned that customs agents become especially suspicious
of items that they find that are not declared. I think that it was
also a good thing that I only brought the vials of medicine back with
me, and I did not bring the liquid dilutents back with me. The U.S.
TSA is very suspicious of any mysterious liquids brought onto planes.
So... Get a prescription for HGH and/or EPO while you are in
Mexico. Write to me if you need help.
Please write to me to etoussier(at)yahoo.com Subject:
HGH to Playa del Carmen and give me at least one week lead
time to get this done without any errors.
Thanks for writing,