HGH Jintropin DESCRIPTION
hgh Jintropin 10IU is made in China, and Europe, produced by Gensci. The same amino acid sequence that somatotropin has is replicated through this procedure. You are able to get different strengths of this injectable hormone, allowing you to experience the benefits that only Jintropin HGH can provide.
Also, HGH Jintropin 10IU increases the number and size of muscle cells, liver, thymus, sex glands, adrenal glands and thyroid gland. It stimulates the transport of amino acids into the cell and protein synthesis, reduces cholesterol levels, affecting the profile of lipids and lipoproteins. Also, It inhibits the release of insulin. It promotes retention of sodium, potassium and phosphorus. Jintropin increases muscle mass & activity and physical endurance.
HGH Jintropin 10IU comes in the form of vials for intramuscular injections. Each pack contains:
10 vials of Jinotropin 10IU each (somatropin, lyophilized powder)
Also, Dosage is individual, however as a rule of thumb the dosage is 0.07-0.1 IU/kg of body weight once a day. In some cases 0.14-0.2 IU/kg of body weight once every two days. Treatment duration is 3-36 months or follow your physicians prescription.
HOW TO USE
Moreover, Before use, add 1ml of WFI to the vial of lyophilized powder, and make the solvent run slowly down the side of the vial. Do not shake vigorously.
Note: The MHRA and FDA has not evaluated or endorsed this product. Please consult your physician prior to using this or any other nutritional supplements or medications.
Also, Store in a cool dry place at temperatures 2-8 degrees Celcius. Do not freeze. Keep away from direct sunlight. Keep locked and away from children.
Also, If you are a healthy adult taking HGH Jintropin 10IU or another human growth hormone product, you may experience carpal tunnel syndrome, swelling in your arms and legs, joint and muscle pain or enlargement of breast tissue in men, called gynecomastia. Moreover, HGH may also be a contributing factor to the development of diabetes and heart disease. Human growth hormone can lead to a condition known as acromegaly, abnormal growth of the hands and feet. Also, HGH use in children has also been associated with a higher risk of cancer in later years.