How to Buy Injectable Jintropin

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Jintropin is what is known as a human growth hormone. It is used as a nutritional supplement that can enhance physical stamina, promote emotional stability, minimise cellulite, improve restful sleep patterns and improve mental clarity and acuity. Jintropin is taken via an injection into the skin and generally takes between three and six months to produce the best results.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Determine if you will need a prescription to buy the insulin needles that are required for using injectable Jintropin. There are 13 states that require you to have a prescription to buy insulin syringes. These states are Alaska, Connecticut, Illinois, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, Rhode Island, California, Delaware, Maine, Nevada, New York and Pennsylvania. You will need a 1cc, 31-gauge insulin needle to use this product.

  2. 2

    Select a method for using injectable Jintropin. Your first option is to use an insulin needle and your second option is to use a needle-free device such as the Injex-30, which is manufactured by Equidyne Systems.

  3. 3

    Buy injectable Jintropin in vials. Most injectable Jintropin is going to come in its full strength form and will need to be mixed with sterile diluents. You will need to purchase the diluents (bacteriostatic water) separately from your Jintropin. You can sometimes save money by buying your Jintropin in large quantities.

  4. 4

    Pick up the other items that you will need to use injectable Jintropin. You will need a Sharps box (special container for disposing needles and other sharp medical instruments), alcohol wipes and a fridge pack to keep your vials of Jintropin organised and safe in your refrigerator.

Tips and warnings

  • Never reuse an insulin needle or use someone else's needles. Also, if you are not familiar with needle safety, it is a good idea to pick up a pamphlet on needle/syringe safety from your doctor.

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