Sermorelin Acetate for Injection (GHRH)
Sermorelin Acetate is compounded in the following strength: 15mg (15,000 micrograms).
- One mixing syringe (usually a 10cc syringe)
- Insulin syringe
- One bottle of Sermorelin 15mg/vial10mL
- Bacteriostatic Water Vial
- Alcohol Swab
- Step 1: Mix the Bacteriostatic water provided into the vial of Sermorelin using a “mixing syringe” with attached needle. This is done by using the mixing syringe to draw the appropriate amount of bacteriostatic water and dispensing it into the vial of Sermorelin. Usually the mixing syringe is between 5mL and 10mL in size (not to be confused with the much smaller syringes used to inject). For 15mg vial of Sermorelin: Using the mixing syringe, dilute (mix) 6.5ml of bacteriostatic water.
- Step 2: Next, swirl the vial with a gentle rotary motion until contents are dissolved. DO NOT SHAKE
- Step 3: Now you are ready to administer your Sermorelin. Please note that 20 units on the syringe = 0.20mL. This is indicated on our Units to mL diagram.
Do not use any other diluent unless approved by the prescribing physician. Store the vial in the refrigerator once reconstituted.
Be sure to properly dispose of all syringes and needles after use.