First produced in 1997, Jintropin is a human growth hormone supplement. The product’s name originates from its first developer, a Chinese scientist Dr. Jin. Dr. Jin took advantage of the E-coli secretion technology in his production. A pharmaceutical company called GeneScience manufactures it.
Athletes use Jintropin to boost their performance. It is commonly used by bodybuilders to increase muscle growth and exercise performance. The product is readily available online. Unfortunately, countries like the United States have not legalized its use in its territory. On the other hand, China is comfortable with its use in its boundaries. In my opinion, it is a product created in their land. They might as well embrace it.
It is believed that Jintropin can help regain youthful appearances. This stems from the fact that human growth hormone production reduces with age. Even then, after various clinical trials, MayoClinic.com refuted the claims of regaining vitality and youthfulness. It is recommended for persons with severe burns, pediatric and adult growth hormone deficiency.
It is packed in vials as lyophilized powder and separately with a bottle of water. For reconstitution, the two vials are mixed. For dissolution, the vial is gently swirled and not vigorous shaking. There are different doses for the different prescribed cases. The levels of injections increase with age. One should seek a physician’s directions before using the product.
Jintropin boasts of its ability to keep the antibodies at bay. Compared to other products, after a month of injection, it faces no increase in antibodies level. An increase in antibody level will lead to weak or no results of the HGH. Ideally, doses of any kind will receive resistance from the body. Characteristics such as swellings, pain, and or headache among other side effects are as a result of the resistance after injection.
There are adverse side effects that can be caused by Jintropin. Carpal tunnel syndrome is one of the impacts that may be as a result of its use when healthy. In some cases, it can result in diabetes and heart problems. It can also result in abnormal growth of the limbs. When used from a tender age, there is a risk of cancer in later periods.
Jintropin among other human growth hormones is banned from use by sports bodies. With hindsight, people are advised to decide carefully. It is necessary to consult a doctor for further direction concerning the product if one chooses to use it.