14% average decrease in fat
8.8% average increase in muscle and lean body structures
Improved skin texture resulting in a more youthful appearance
Fewer skin wrinkles
Increased bone density, reversal of osteoporosis
Faster healing of any type of injury, fracture, or wound
Greatly enhanced immunity and resistance to infection
Enhanced brain function, retention of intellect with aging
Jintropin is one of the most potent recombinant Human Growth
Hormones on the market today.
Jintropin stimulates linear cell growth and increases growth rate
in children who lack adequate endogenous growth hormone. In adults
with growth hormone deficiency, JINTROPIN improves metabolism which
in effect reduces body’s fat storage, raises energy levels,
increases muscle mass, vitality and overall well-being.
Jintropin is indicated for patients suffering from severe burns, or
recovering after major operation. It is given to AIDS patients to
prevent muscle wasting. Children with stunted growth, caused by
various illnesses will benefit from growth hormone the most.
Recreational use of growth hormone has been on the rise ever since
synthetic variant first came on the 2 decades ago. Bodybuilders
brought a lot of publicity to JINTROPIN as it was their favourite
brand due to the low price, high quality and availability on the
black market. In 2007, when actor Sylvester Stallone was caught
with Jintropin by Australian customs, the media attention finally
brought trouble to the manufacturer Genescience Pharmaceuticals.
Chinese government temporarily revoked Gensci’s licence while
charges against the CEO of the company, Mr Jin Lei were brought up
in court (Providence, United States). Gensci’s operations have
since returned to normal, however Jintropin disappeared from the
black market to be replaced by its successor Hypertropin. Nowadays
majority of Jintropin on the black market is considered to be
Jintropin is created using secretion technology. Genetically
modified E.coli bacteria secrete human body’s identical somatropin
which is then isolated and freeze dried. This method produces a
very stable form of a molecule, which is otherwise too fragile to
survive room temperatures or shaking. When freeze dried it remains
stable at 37C (98F degrees) for over 30 days or 45C degrees for
over a week.
Side effects of Jintropin
Depending on the dosage and each individual’s response to growth
hormone treatment Jintropin produces typical side effects
associated with high purity somatropin. These side effects range
from requirement to take afternoon “baby” naps, carpal tunnel
syndrome, water retention, morning aches and hypoglycemia.