Jintropin is the brand name for a synthetic human growth hormone product, which is made by the Chinese company GeneScience. Jintropin is used to treat GH deficiency and a few other legitimate disorders . It also has a number of controversial user.
2iu-8iu per day
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Store in the refrigerator between 2-8ºC, away from light
Jintropin is one of the most potent recombinant Human Growth Hormones on the market today.It is indicated for patients suffering from severe burns, or recovering after major operation. It is given to AIDS patients to prevent muscle wasting. Children with stunted growth, caused by various illnesses will benefit from growth hormone the most.
Jintropin can help to reduces fat mass, increases muscle mass and improves energy, vitality and subjective well-being.
HGH is an important hormone secreted by the pituitary gland that stimulates the growth of muscles and bones, helps regulate metabolism and influences sexual pleasure. HGH production slows down as you age.
Generally it is 10iu/vials and mix up with 1ml of sterile water to the syringe of the Jintropin vial of Lyophilized powder.Shake it gently to fully dissolve the powder to get clarified solution.
Different dosages for differnt purpose.For an example,
Generally 2-3 iu’s per day will be sufficient for the majority of people. -1.5 to 2.0ius dosage is considered to be a full replacement dose for those in their middle-age and beyond. -
4-8 ius per day for those people who want to gain lean muscle and substantially improving body composition.
Most people will respond very well to a dose of 4-5 iu’s per day. The recommended dosage for injection is 0.1-0.15iu/kg/day. Inject before sleeping every day at the same time and the local of injection should be changed frequently to avoid lipoatrophy, or follow the physician’s advice.
Depending on the dosage and each individual’s response to growth hormone treatment Jintropin produces typical side effects associated with high purity somatropin. These side effects range from requirement to take afternoon “baby” naps, carpal tunnel syndrome, water retention, morning aches and hypoglycemia.