Igtropin


$ 300.00

Igtropin is a brand of synthetic insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) [1]. IGF-1 is produced by the liver [1] and is derived from the human growth hormone (HGH) [2]. 

IGF-1 supplements have been identified as building denser bones [3], lessening inflammation that is linked with a risk factor for heart disease [4], lessening aging-related inflammation [4], and reducing inflammation that is linked with muscle weakness [4]. Yet more research needs to be done on IGF-1, and no independent clinical research has been conducted on Igtropin. So it is best to consider these research-based benefits as possible benefits for Igtropin users.

Unlike many other HGH brands, Igtropin does not seem to have a credible online presence. It also lacks independent reviews [5], and its manufacturer is unknown. So it is difficult to be sure if Igtropin is real or fake. While there could be a legitimate company that manufactures and markets Igtropin, the lack of accountability increases the risks for users.  

How to Use Igtropin 

Igtropin has to be injected. Your health, preferences, and weight could impact usage. There are a few sensible steps that can help you to stay safe in relation to a synthetic IGF-1 brand like Igtropin, such as:  

  • Double-check with a medical professional to find out if you need synthetic IGF-1
  • Practice using a syringe safely before using the product
  • Double-check your preferred dosage by asking a medical professional
  • Use the recommended dosage
  • Purchase a synthetic IGF-1 product only from a reputed brand

Known Dosage

I-2 IU per day is the recommended dosage of Igtropin. New users should begin with a lower dose of 0.5 IU each day that can be increased in increments of 0.5 IU each month. There are health risks associated with having a high amount of HGH for a long period [1], so Igtropin is not for long-term usage. 

Potential Results

Igtropin users could expect performance improvements due to stronger muscles and bones. User-specific characteristics such as diet can impact these potential results.  

References

1. K, B. Insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1),Evolutionary.org, https://www.evolutionary.org/insulin-like-growth-factor-1 

2. Brennan, B., et al., Human growth hormone abuse in male weightlifters. Am J Addict., 2011. 20(1): p. 9-13.

3. Lara-Diaz, V. IGF-1 modulates gene expression of proteins involved in inflammation, cytoskeleton, and liver architecture. J Physiol Biochem., 2017. 73(2): p. 245-258.

4. Higashi, Y., et al., Aging, atherosclerosis, and IGF-1. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci., 2012. 67A(6): 626-639.

5. HGH Reviews. http://www.somatropin.pw/

 

Disclaimer: This information is provided as a courtesy and is not meant to constitute medical advice. Please consult a healthcare provider before using this product. 

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