PHARMAQO – QOMATROPIN 100IU
Chemical Name of QOMATROPIN
Usage of QOMATROPIN
The pituitary gland produces human growth hormone which is a naturally occurring hormone. It is necessary for cell development, regeneration, and reproduction. HGH helps the brain and other organs maintain, develop, and repair healthy tissue. This hormone can aid in the speedy recovery of an injury and the restoration of muscle tissue following exercise.
This aids in the development of muscle growth, the acceleration of metabolism, and the burning of fat. HGH is also supposed to improve the skin’s condition and appearance. It’s said to help treat age-related disorders and slow down the ageing process. However, there is a scarcity of evidence to back up these statements.
HGH activates metabolism by accelerating metabolic processes in cells. It causes the liver to create an insulin-like protein that aids in the formation of cartilage cells. This is important for bone and organ growth, as well as the synthesis of muscle protein.
Dosage of QOMATROPIN
Start at 0.004 mg/kg per day and gradually raise the dose to 0.016 mg/kg per day, depending on the needs of the patient.
For the first 6 weeks, do not exceed 0.006 mg/kg/day SC; if patient is under 35 years old, increase to 0.025 mg/kg/day; if patient is over 35 years old, increase to 0.0125 mg/kg/day.
Benefits of QOMATROPIN
Ability to Maintain Appropriate Body Fat Levels
Metabolic Rate Increase
Increased Feelings of Happiness
Skin that is healthier
Sleeping Patterns Have Improved
Bone strength is improved.
Improved Joint Stability
Increased Growth of Lean Tissue (Lean muscle mass)
Physical Recoveries at a Faster Pace
Tendon Strength Increase
HDL (good) cholesterol levels have risen.
Side effects of QOMATROPIN
ear pain, swelling, warmth, or drainage; numbness or tingling in your wrist, hand, or fingers; numbness or tingling in your wrist, hand, or fingers; numbness or tingling in your wrist, hand, or fingers; numbness or tingling in your wrist, hand, or fingers; numbness or tingling in your wrist, hand,
significant swelling or puffiness in your hands and feet; behavioural changes; eyesight difficulties; odd headaches; changes in the shape or size of a mole; joint discomfort or swelling;