Step by Step Guide

Step by Step Usage Guide

The proper HGH can only be administered through intramuscular or subcutaneous injections, and it is supplied as a lyophilised powder. If you are offered any other form of HGH then it isn’t the real thing.

Step 1: Remove the cap from the bottle of bacteriostatic water and wipe the rubber with a medical alcohol pad.
Step 2: Take a mixing syringe and extract 3.0 cc of bacteriostatic water vial into it at a moderate pace.
Step 3: Remove the plastic cap from the bottle of somatropin.
Step 4: Put the mixing syringe into the somatropin bottle and slowly release the water into the bottle.
Step 5: Slowly turn the bottle until the water is mixed with the somatropin powder. Remember not to shake the bottle! That would ruin somatropin molecules.
Step 6: Make sure the mixture is clear and free of powder remains. That means the vial is ready.
Step 7: Take the cap off your small administering syringe.
Step 8: Insert the syringe into the bottle with the ready vial and extract 40.0 units into the syringe at a moderate pace (this equals 2 IU of growth hormone).
Step 9: Inject the hormone subcutaneously into your belly or inner thigh.
Step 10: Dispose of the syringes, using a secure container.
Step 11: Place the rest of the mixture into a refrigerator (make sure the temperature is around 36 – 46 F or 2-6 C ).

Reconstituting and Measuring HGH:

Your ampule or vial of HGH will contain lyophilised powder, and comes with a bottle of bacteriostatic water so it can be mixed. If you look at the vial, it should state the amount of powder contains in either milligrams or Units (IUs). If the amount is in milligrams then 1 mg = 2.7IUs, but it’s generally stated that 1 mg = 3 IUs which would mean that 1.33 mg = 4 IUs. The bacteriostatic water is added to the lyophilised powder, although some people will use liquid vitamin B-12 to reconstitute the powder in preparation for their injection. It depends on how quickly you intend to use up your growth hormone. Bacteriostatic water is sterile and contains 0.9% benzyl alcohol, which prevents anything from growing in the water. This ensures the water is safe for injection for approximately three to three and a half weeks. If the amount of growth hormone contained in your ampule or vial is sufficient for several weeks then it is best to use bacteriostatic water to dilute it, and most users will finish the vial long before bacteria has a chance to grow in the reconstituted HGH.


1. Use some alcohol to swab the top of the bacteriostatic water and the top of your vial of HGH.
2. Use a 3 cc syringe with either a 25 or 23 gauge needle to draw out your bacteriostatic water or whichever dilutent you prefer to use. It doesn’t matter how much you draw up, but it is essential to make sure you know exactly how much has been used. For this reason it’s best to pick an amount that makes measuring easy.

For example:
• If you use 1ml or 1cc per 10IU vial of HGH, then each 10 mark on a U100 will be equal to 1 IU of HGH.
• If you use 2ml or 2cc per 10 IU vial of HGH, then each 20 mark on a U100 syringe will be equal to 1IU of HGH.
• If you use 3ml or 3cc per 10 IU of HGH, then each 30 mark on a U100 syringe will be equal to 1 IU of HGH.

3. Take the syringe containing the dilutent and push it into the vial with the lyophilised powder. Don’t inject the dilutent directly onto the powder, but instead try to angle it so it runs slowly down the side of the vial.
4. Once you have added all the dilutent to the HGH powder then gently swirl the vial around until all the powder is dissolved, leaving behind a perfectly clear liquid which is ready to use. You can store the reconstituted HGH in your refrigerator, and if you used sterile water at the dilute and then you will need to use it up within 4 to 5 days, but if you use bacteriostatic water than it should last for up to three weeks.

Measuring out Reconstituted HGH


1. Use a U100 insulin syringe to draw out the correct amount of HGH and to inject it. You should already know how many IUs are contained in your HGH vial along with the amount of dilutent used. It’s just a simple matter of division as listed below.
2. 1 ml = 1cc = 100 IUs
3. Look at the number of IUs of HGH on the label of lyophilised powder. It is usually either 4 or 10 IUs, and divide that into the amount of bacteriostatic water or other dilutent used.

For example:
• If you used 1ml or cc of water, with a 10 IU vial of HGH, then you already know that 1ml or cc = 100 IUs. The next step is to divide the 100 IUs (the amount of the water) by 10 IUs as this is the amount of HGH, which will give you a figure of 10.

5. If you now look at your U100 insulin syringe, then you should see it is marked out in series of 10. Each unit of 10 on the syringe will give you 1 IU of HGH, so if you wish to take 2 IUs you simply draw out enough reconstituted liquid up to the 20 mark.


1. Read your vial to see how much HGH you have; it’s likely to be either 4IU or 10IU
2. Make a note of how much dilutent is added to the HGH
3. The next step is simple and involves dividing the amount of dilutent in units, by the amount of HGH in units
4. This will show you the measurement marked on your U100 insulin syringe that will be equal to each unit of the growth hormone
5. Multiply this result by the number of units you wish to inject, and this will give you a final number of the amount you need to draw out in your syringe Now you know how to reconstitute and measure HGH, so the next step is to look at the strategies for utilising this therapy to your advantage.