Application: injectable

Dosage: 10IU

Package: 10

Package Type: ampule


Jintropin is an injectable drug representing a synthetic Human Growth Hormone (HGH) produced with recombinant DNA technology. It is also called Somatropin and refers to the growth hormone produced natively in animals. Among athletes and bodybuilders it is used to gain extra muscles and to burn the unnecessary fat in the human body. It also increases the energy levels, improves the skin texture and immune system functions. Jintropin helps the body to recover between workouts and posses the ability to increase calcium retention and to strengthen the mineralization of bones.

Jintropin 10 iu HGH Dosage

Jintropin 10 iu (HGH) is given as an injection under the skin. It is important rotate the injection site as directed to help avoid thickening or hardening of the skin. If a dose is missed, the users should take the next one according to the regime, it is not advised to use a double dose. Jintropin is useful to be taken half in the morning upon waking and the other half between post workout and sleep. The results of using Jintropin HGH are not immediately visible, so it should be taken in a period starting with 3 weeks up to 4 months. As for example in to achieve lipolysis or improved skin appearance it is enough to use 2 IU daily, to achieve a fullness in the muscle, advanced lipolysis – 4 IU daily. For experienced bodybuilders and athletes the dosage may be increased to 5 IU daily.

Jintropin Growth Hormone Side Effects

The main side effects after using Jintropin 10 iu are: fatigue, headache, mild arm or leg pain or stiffness, mild swelling, muscle or joint pain, prickling sensation of the skin. It is important to use it carefully, administrate it correctly and stick to the correct regime. Otherwise it can lead to a series of negative effects as blood in the urine; burning, tingling, itching, chest pain or discomfort, ear pain, fever, hip or knee pain, nausea or vomiting, persistent or severe cough or sore throat, persistent or unusual stomach pain; severe or persistent swelling of the hands and ankles, symptoms of high blood sugar, thickened or hardened skin at the injection site, trouble breathing or vision changes.