A source I use posted a lab test showing that its HGH is >99.5% purity. That's pretty impressive. They even show you the Janoshik certificate, but if you look to see who commissioned the lab test, the client info is blank. With no client info, that lab test is worthless. The only lab test a consumer should be interested in is one commissioned by the source itself to test if the product they are buying and then selling to you is legit. After all, the sources have to answer to the consumers. But if, however, the lab test was commissioned by the rHGH supplier, that supplier has every incentive to pack a vial with pharma-grade rHGH just to get a high-purity test result back.
Fortunately, Janoshik has a verification code that allows you to see the original result with the client's name. So I looked it up. What did I find? The email address of a supplier -- not the source.
Here's my advice. If you want to save money buying generic rHGH, order your own Janoshik purity test. It's a few hundred dollars, but it's still a heck of a lot cheaper than buying pharma.