SP Tropin with active substance Somatropin - Recombinant human growth hormone is a protein that is manufactured to be nearly identical to the main form of the naturally occurring human growth hormone. This hormone can stimulate tissue growth, linear growth (height), and protein, carbohydrate, lipid, and mineral metabolism.
It has approved indications in both the adult and pediatric populations. In the United States, recombinant human growth hormone is used in the pediatric population to treat short stature due to growth hormone deficiency
Normally, somatotropin is synthesized in the anterior pituitary gland. Thanks to it, the normal development of the human skeleton occurs. It has an anabolic effect on muscle cells. Once in the bloodstream, growth hormone stimulates the production of your own proteins. It has a catabolic affect on adipose tissue.
Sp Tropin enhances the effect of testosterone, their mutual effect affects the increase in glucose in the blood. The pancreas experiences increased stress due to increased production of insulin. To maintain the normal balance between growth hormone and insulin, it is necessary to ensure the normal functioning of the pancreas. In order to avoid the development of diabetes mellitus, during the cycle of using Somatropin, additional administration of insulin into the body is necessary.
4-8 IUs – Recommended SP Tropin dosage for fat loss and building lean muscle mass. With these higher doses, risks of side effects increase. Users may experience mild swelling in their fingertips, toe tips, and face due to increased water retention. A rare yet serious side effect of HGH at this dosage is carpal tunnel syndrome, in which a painful tingling sensation occurs in the wrist and hands which may be unbearable at times.
8-15 IUs – Recommended for muscle mass gain for bodybuilders and athletes.
The suggested dosages are for everyone however the effectiveness depends mostly on each individual’s personal diet and exercise.