Product name: Semaglutide
Short name: Rapid fat loss
Molecular structure:
Concentration: 3mg
Suggested diluent: Bacteriostatic water
Product summary:

Semaglutide is a compound used to treat ongoing weight management in adults. Semaglutide is a GLP-1 receptor agonist, meaning that it mimics the action of the human incretin glucagon-like peptide-1 (GLP-1), thereby increasing insulin secretion and increasing blood sugar disposal and improving glycemic control.

Semaglutide is indicated as an adjunct to diet and exercise to improve glycemic control in adults. glucose). It reduces food intake by lowering appetite and slowing down digestion in the stomach, helping to reduce body fat.

Key benefits:
Rapid weight loss
Significant fat reduction
Reduced hunger
Optimal metabolic function
Enhanced lean muscle capacity
Increased ability to diet effectively

3mg of powder
3ml of bacteriostatic water
Equals 1,000 mcg/ml
Equals 6 doses of 500 mcgs

At time of dosing, an insulin syringe is used to draw and then inject the desired amount. In the above example, a 500 mcg dose would require only 0.5 mL, or “50 IU” as marked on an insulin syringe. Once tolerance has been assessed dosage can be increased up to 1mg per week.

Dosage: Semaglutide is sold in vials containing 3mg of lyophilised powder which should be stored under refrigeration. (It is acceptable however for them to be mailed unrefrigerated). The contents can be reconstituted by adding a convenient amount of sterile or bacteriostatic water. The generally accepted dose is 250 mcg per week which can be increased up to 1mg per week for maximum efficacy.

1 dose per week (same day/time each weeks approximately)

Week 1 dose – 20 units
Week 2 dose – 30 units
Week 3 dose – 40 units
Week 4 dose – 50 units

Then 50 units ongoing until desired weight loss has been achieved continue weekly doses but decrease dose by 10 units each week until final dose is 10units.

10IU = 100mcg 0.1ml
20IU = 200mcg 0.2ml
30IU = 300mcg 0.3ml
40IU = 400mcg 0.4ml
50IU =500mcg 0.5ml

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