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PT-141 (10mg/ml) 2ml Vial

PT-141 (10mg/ml) 2ml Vial

PT-141 (10 mg/ml) 2 ml Vial

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  • What's included:

    2 ml Vial. As PT 141 (2 mg/ml)  is used on an as needed basis and the effective dose varies fro 0.1 - 0.3 ml. Therefore, how long a vial will last and the amount of uses per vial will vary. The vial contains 20 injections at the 0.1 ml dosing protocol.

    20 Insulin Syringes 0.3 ml with 30G 5/16" needles

  • Instructions for use:

    Start with subcutaneous injection of 0.1 ml (10 units) into skin of lower abdomen and increase dose of subsequent uses by 0.05 ml (5 units) to a max of 0.3 ml (30 units) as needed. For those who are sensitive to medications, try starting with 0.05 ml (5 units) and if no bothersome flushing or nausea, go ahead and administer another 0.05 ml (5 units) 30 minutes later.

  • Often paired with:

    Users of PT 141 often pair it with  CJC 1295 / Ipamorelin for overall general health purposes attibuted to it.

  • Tips for usage:

    Do not use more than 3 doses per week or beneficial effects will diminish. 

    Onset of action can be anywhere from 1 hour to 12 hours and the effects can continue for 24-48 hours. 

    Caution: Many users will experience flushing/warmth and mild nausea shortly after injecting which can last about 30 minutes. It is recommended to start with a low dose (0.05 ml or 5 units) to test for side effects.

    Some users have found that taking a heartburn pill, such as Pepcid, or drinking black coffee 30 minutes prior to injection minimizes the nausea. 

    The side effects of flushing and nausea usually diminish with continued use.

    When using for the first time, I recommend doing so on a day where you do not have any significant obligations and inject around noon so that you have ample hours to experience the effects. For some, the onset of effects can be as soon as an hour or two, but in others, it may take several hours. Take note of the time it takes to experience effects because that will be your "kick in" time for future uses.

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