HCG 50000iu 10 Vials
HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) is provided as a glycoprotein powder to be diluted with water and taken by injection, either intramuscularly or subcutaneously. It acts in the body like luteinizing hormone (LH), stimulating the testes to produce testosterone even when natural LH is not present or is deficient. It therefore is useful for maintaining testosterone production and/or testicle size during a steroid cycle. Additionally, outside of or in-between steroid cycles, it can be very useful for increasing testosterone production. The success of this depends on the ability of the testes to actually produce greater amounts of testosterone with increased stimulation. Where the testes themselves are the limiting factor, HCG cannot overcome this.
Including HCG as part of a hormone replacement therapy (HRT) program is superior to relying on testosterone alone if maintenance of sperm production and/or normal testicle size is considered important. Use of testosterone alone can result in infertility or reduced fertility, as normal testicular function depends on higher intratesticular testosterone levels than results from such use.
Benefits of HCG for Weight Loss
The recommended daily caloric intake for the HCG diet is 500-800 calories. Normally with this very low number of calories the body goes into what is referred to as “starvation mode” and begins to store more fat.
However, advocates of the HCG diet contend that with the daily use of HCG, the Hypothalamus, which is located in the brain, is made to burn the excess fat instead of storing it.
This effect on the Hypothalamus is also believed to help the body maintain its muscle mass throughout the low calorie diet. The use of HCG is also believed to curb hunger.
The HCG diet must be administered and supervised by a physician who is knowledgeable on the program. While the specifics may vary slightly from physician to physician, the basic fundamentals include maintaining a low calorie diet (500-800 calories per day), while administering 125IU to 200IU of HCG daily for 30-45 days. HCG 50000iu 10 Vials
Results You Can Expect
The amount of weight lost depends on many factors including how much excess weight you have and how much weight needs to be lost. On average, most patients will lose approximately 15-20 pounds in a 30-45 day cycle.
The most common way to administer HCG is through a daily subcutaneous injection. This is an injection just under the skin in the abdominal area with a very small needle (usually a 30-31 gauge insulin needle).
HCG can also be administered as a daily sublingual tablet (dissolves under the tongue) or through a daily application of transdermal cream. The dosage form is usually based on the discretion of the physician prescribing the program. https://konozahealthbiotech.com
Reconstitution of HCG Injections
The injectable form of HCG is typically lyophilized (freeze dried) inside of a sterile vial and requires reconstitution with Bacteriostatic Water for Injection before it can be injected into the human body. A very common question is how much Bacteriostatic Water for Injection should be added to the vial to obtain a desired strength. Two factors will determine the final strength of the reconstituted product. The first factor is the original strength of the HCG that was purchased. It is typically available in 2,000IU, 5,000IU, 10,000IU and 11,000IU of lyophilized HCG in a 10ml vial. The second factor is how much Bacteriostatic Water for Injection is injected into the vial of lyophilized HCG to reconstitute the product. Below is an HCG reconstitution calculator that serves as a guide to illustrate what strength would be obtained if the HCG was reconstituted with 5mls or 10mls of Bacteriostatic Water for Injection. This calculator is based on a clinic ordering a 5,000IU or 10,000IU vial of HCG and using a 1ml insulin syringe to inject the medication. This HCG calculator serves as a guide only and it is ultimately up to the discretion of the prescribing physician to determine the strength, frequency of injection and duration of treatment for each individual patient.
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