- They reduce the amount of stored fat
- They enhance the metabolism which will eventually help in burning of fat at a faster rate.
- They increase the energy levels and boost you up to do daily works in energetic mode.
Ingredients of MIC Injection 10ml
- Inositol 50mg/ml
- Choline 50mg/ml
METHIONINE: Methionine is known to be helpful in breaking down of fat in the liver. It regulates histamine release and it helps in relieving from fatigue. Since it produces Creatine, it helps in improving from many medical conditions in liver, cardio muscular functions, premature ejaculations, Parkinson’s disease.
INOSITOL helps in maintaining cell structure and integrity and nerve synapses. It helps in fat metabolism and reduces cholesterol level in the blood. It also has action in the controlling mood and appetite as it plays in the action of serotonin. It has been helpful in the treating depression, panic disorder, polycystic ovarian syndrome and fatty liver. It plays a major role in brain functioning. Insolitol deficiency has shown constipation, vision problems and hair loss.
CHOLINE: It is an essential nutrient that is synthesized from Methionine helps in eliminating waste products from liver and maintaining cholesterol homeostasis. Choline is involved in the synthesis of cell membrane phospholipids and acetyl choline (a neurotransmitter). It helps one to have good memory and maintain the functioning of nervous system.
DOSAGE AND FREQUENCY: 1ml INTRAMUSCULARY twice weekly is the correct dose and frequency for MIC Injection 10ml.
METHOD OF ADMINISTRATION: Intramuscular route is the method of administration of MIC injection. The muscle for injection should be selected considering the muscle size and condition is adequate to support sufficient uptake of the MIC injection solution. The common site of injection is deltoid, gluteus medius muscle. Collect 1ml of solution from the vial. Inject perpendicularly to the site of injection. If no blood enters the syringe after pulling back the plunger, inject the solution very slowly. If blood enters the syringe, reposition the needle and inject. Remove the needle and recap and discard safely through proper means of disposal. Place band-aid over the site of administration. DO NOT inject intravenously.
MISSED A DOSE? Take it as soon as you remember. Do not take two or more doses at a time.
STORAGE OF MIC INJECTIONS 10ml: Store the medicine away from heat or sunlight. Store it away from the reach of children. They might try mimicking you in your absence.
Simple Steps, But Serious Ones!
- Follow proper diet plan and exercise program that is recommended by your doctor
- Do not share other medicines.
- Do not use if the packet is open.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Do dispose of the needle safely through proper waste disposal methods.
- Do not flush down the unused medications.
- Do not use after expiry date.
- Do not use used syringes of others.
- Do not inject in children.
Possible Side Effects of MIC Injections 10ml
Since the liquefied fat is filtered through liver it may cause fatty liver or if it takes up kidney as route, it could act through fatty plaque leading to heart attack or stroke. Possible side effects of MIC Injections include stomach upset, depression, and chest tightness, wheezing, itching, nausea, vomiting, and swelling of lips, tongue, throats. Whenever one is dealing with an injectable substance, sterility is the main factor to be in concern which many of them are least bothered.
Who Should Not Take MIC Injections 10ml?
If you have reported allergies with Methionine, Inositol, Choline, kindly talk to your doctor before administering it. This includes itching, irritation, shortness of breath, swelling of face lips tongue throat, coughing, wheezing etc.
Many Doctors Agree With The Precautions of MIC Injections.
“These are uncharted waters with an untested, unproven treatment. And while it may one day prove safe and effective, right now we don’t know that, and until we do, having this treatment means you are taking a very big chance that you could regret,” says Rhoda Narins, MD, professor of dermatology at NYU Medical Center in New York City.
At the same time, treatments in the U.S. and abroad are flourishing, not only in medi-spas and salons, but in doctors’ offices as well. A safety data survey of some 75 doctors from 17 countries published in the Aesthetic Surgery Journal in 2006 reports the vast majority of treatments performed are safe and effective.