Kigtropin


$ 300.00

Kigtropin is a brand of synthetic human growth hormone (HGH) which is defined as a recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) in clinical research [1]. It was initially an expensive product that was used by a small segment of people and grew popular over time [2]. 

Growth hormones are naturally produced in the pituitary gland [3]. This production slows down as humans enter their twenties, and Kigtropin is used to replace these growth hormones [2]. Clinical research indicates that rhGHs could increase muscle growth [2, 4], promote healing [2, 4], and strengthen the immune system [4]. 

One of the main concerns regarding Kigtropin is that its manufacturer is an unknown company [3]. This increases the risk of different manufacturers with less effective or dangerous mimics of Kigtropin being marketed as Kigtropin [3]. However, positive user reviews of this brand outweigh negative reviews by 8:2. [3].

How to Use Kigtropin

This product requires a subcutaneous injection. Characteristics such as weight and health are likely to impact how this product is utilized. You can minimize the dangers of using this product by learning how to inject the product properly prior to using it, using the recommended dosage, asking a healthcare professional if you need a synthetic HGH, checking your preferred dosage with a healthcare worker, and purchasing the product if you trust its manufacturer.  

Known Dosage

It is recommended that you start with the low dosage of 0.5 IU per day if your are new to this HGH. The recommended dose for experienced users is 1-2 IU. Dosage can be gradually increased in monthly increments of 0.5 IU if necessary after monitoring the product’s effects. Kigtropin is not suitable for long-term usage as research indicates that having high levels of HGH for a long period is a health risk [5]. 

Potential Results

Enhancements in muscle development, healing, and performance are possible results in using this product. Factors such as diet, lifestyle, and physical activity are likely to impact results. 

References

1. Cai, Y., et al., Developments in human growth hormone preparations: sustained-release, prolonged half-life, novel injection devices, and alternative delivery routes. Int J Nanomedicine. 2014. 9: p.  3527-3538. 

2. Jones, A. The dangers of human growth hormones. The Guardian, 2010, www.theguardian.com/lifeandstyle/2010/jul/13/human-growth-hormone

3.  HGH Reviews, Kigtropin, www.somatropin.pw/kigtropin/

4. Wei, L., et al., Recombinant human growth hormone (rhGH) treatment of MKN-45 xenograft mice improves nutrition status and strengthens immune function without promoting tumor growth. PLoS One, 2019. 14(1): e0210613.

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

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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