That’s always the main focus of our team of researches, doctors and scientists.
Our trendsetting, patented quality products help the human body to help it self by supporting metabolism processes.
We close the gap between nature and pharmacology / OTC /medicine and allow the human body to activate its mechanisms of defense by making products that function right where the body regulates its own metabolism.
This opens up completely new medical opportunities.
All our products are independently tested, and these tests confirmed their unique effects.
Reducing oxidative stress
Improving quality of life in patients suffering from neurological diseases
Strengthening the immune system
President of the Austrian Andrological Society, Head of Dept. of reconstructive Urology, Andrology and Men’s Health, Vienna Urology Foundation associated Professor of Urology, Medical University Vienna
Institute of Physiological Chemistry. University Lecturer in Medical Chemistry at the Institute of Medical Chemistry and Pregl Laboratory. University Lecturer in Physiological Chemistry at the Medical University of Graz. Founder and owner of the Greilberger Institute for Laboratory Science.
One of the main activities in HG Pharma involves assisting medical companies in medical testing, conduction clinical studies as well as documentation for patenting of new natural remedies and biomedical substances.
Our professional findings from this research and the development of biochemical innovations have been channelled into our pioneering new products. Each of them has been tested in independent studies, is patented on the basis of its unique effects and, last but not least, opens up completely new medical possibilities – both in the treatment of diseases and in the areas of performance, immune defence and anti-aging.
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