Review Of Long Looks Height Gain Herbal Capsules

This is another product that I found from a Ayurvedic Indian Online Shop that is similar to Ebay.com called AyurvedResearchFoundation.com. It is also found from another website.

long looks height gain capsulesThe product is called “Long Looks Height Gain Capsules”

Quick Analysis:

From just a quick glance at the ingredients that are supposed to be in the pills, there is nothing that makes me believe that any of them would cause bone increase, or osteogenesis, much less chondrogenesis. It does seem to be sold towards younger people and it is said to work only on adolescents to young adults, age 25. This product would be valid if it had any type of bone increase or bone mineral density compounds but it does not from my own research.

There are things like…

  • Neem Extract Powder
  • Amla Extract Powder
  • Spirulina

From the Wikipedia articule on Spirulina,…Spirulina is a cyanobacterium that can be consumed by humans and other animals and is made primarily from two species of cyanobacteria.

Neem Extract seems to come from a tree and has been used in medicine for a long time to treat multiple types of medical conditions. If I was to take a guess, the Neem Extract seems to be used a lot towards lowering inflammation. From this other reference HERE

Neem (azadirachta indica) is a tropical tree from Indie and Southeast Asia.

Neem plant products (bark, leaf, seed) are aggressive destroyers of many different types of decay organisms.

 
The antiseptic and curative properties of Neem are legendary. Generally, diluted forms of the seed oil are recommended for topical use or oral hygiene. It can also be used on hair for treating acute dandruff. 
 
Neem seed oil is also traditionally used in India and Southeast Asia for body piercing hygiene and safety because it prevents infections. Neem, when used on the skin, acts as an instant germicidal and antibacterial. 

Neem leaf or bark tea may be drunk to support healing. It is very potent and may cause nausea.

Amla extract seems to be from a plant. From this website HERE, I take the section on Amla Extract…

Amla Berry (Amalaki) or Gooseberry, is a rich, whole food source of vitamin C that exhibits antiviral, antimicrobial properties. It is the primary rejuvenative herb used in the famous “Chyawanprash Herbal Blend” in Traditional Ayurvedic Medicine. 

When used in conjunction with medicinal mushrooms and MSM, amalaki powder is of great benefit as a vitamin C potentiator. Amalaki is also used in accelerating the healing process of tissues and decreasing inflammation. Because amalaki provides significant amounts of antioxidants, it has also been used to balance out the blood sugar.  

Amalaki has a synergistic relationship with medicinal mushrooms, and for this reason will complement herbal elixirs. Use amalaki extract in smoothies, homemade ice creams, fruit/vegetable juices, or mix with water. For external use, amalaki extract can be used in homemade lotions, body scrubs, and skin creams.

Conclusion: 

If I was to take a guess, I would say that the Long Looks Height Gain Herbal Capsules is a mixture of plant and tree extracted compounds which have anti-inflammatory and anti-viral properties. This might not have osteogenic or chondrogenic properties but it might improve the overall immune system of a still growing person and allow them to have less occurences of illness while they are growing up. There is evidence that every time a young child develops a serious illness when they are young, their Bone Mineral Density increases and the rate of longitudinal growth in their bones decreases slightly. If this compound was taken, it might help optimize the normal growth rate and progession in a young kids. However, there is no way that this sold product/supplement will be able to increase the growth rate in a child. It can only possibly decrease chances of minor stunted growth.

From the product description section….

long looks height gain

 

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