Tirzepatide (GLP-1) (5 mg)


Tirzepatide 5 mg is a new type of medicine that can help you lose weight in a controlled and safe way. It works by stimulating the body to release hormones that help to reduce appetite and increase metabolism.

The package includes:

  • 5 mg Tirzepatide
  • 1 pc water 5ml
  • 4 st insulinnålar
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Tirzepatide, also known as Mounjaro, is a medicine used to treat type 2 diabetes and obesity. It is a combined agonist of the GLP-1 and GIP receptors. GLP-1 and GIP are hormones produced in the small intestine. They stimulate the release of insulin from the pancreas and help regulate appetite.

How does Tirzepatide work?

Tirzepatide works by binding to the GLP-1 and GIP receptors in the small intestine. This leads to an increase in the release of insulin from the pancreas. Insulin helps to lower blood sugar. Tirzepatide also leads to a decrease in appetite.

Effects of Tirzepatide

Type 2 diabetes

In clinical studies, Tirzepatide has been shown to be effective in reducing blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes. It can be used on its own or in combination with other medicines for diabetes. Tirzepatide has been shown to reduce blood sugar by up to 40%.


Tirzepatide is also effective in helping people to lose weight. In clinical studies, Tirzepatide has been shown to lead to an average weight loss of 15-20%. The greatest weight loss occurs during the first 6 months of treatment.

Effect Type 2 diabetes Obesity
Blood sugar reduction Up to 40 % Up to 20 %
Weight loss Up to 15-20 % Up to 15-20 %

Side effects of Tirzepatide

The most common side effects of Tirzepatide are

  • Diarrhoea
  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Constipation

These side effects are usually mild and disappear on their own within a few weeks.

Recommended dosing schedule for Tirzepatide for weight loss

Tirzepatide is given as a subcutaneous injection once a week. The starting dose is 2.5 mg. The dose can be increased to 5 mg, 10 mg or 15 mg as needed.

Weeks 1-4

  • Starting dose: 2.5 mg once a week

Weeks 5-8

  • Dose increase: 5 mg once a week

Weeks 9-12

  • Dose increase: 10 mg once a week

Week 13-16

  • Dose increase: 15 mg once a week

This dosing schedule is based on the results of clinical studies that have shown Tirzepatide to be effective for weight loss. In the studies, Tirzepatide was shown to lead to an average weight loss of 15-20% in people with obesity.

It is important to note that this dosing schedule is only a recommendation. Your doctor may adjust the dose of Tirzepatide based on your individual needs and conditions.

Precautionary measures

  • If you experience any side effects, contact your doctor.
  • If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should not take Tirzepatide.
  • If you have another disease or are taking other medicines, you should talk to your doctor before you start taking Tirzepatide.

Buy Tirzepatide Prescription-free in Sweden

Tirzepatide is a medicine that usually requires a prescription from a doctor in order to be purchased. This is because Tirzepatide contains an active substance that can have strong effects on the body and requires careful assessment by a doctor to ensure that it is suitable for the patient to use.

We at Semaglutid.Shop are pleased to announce that we can now offer Tirzepatide as a non-prescription drug with us. This means that you as a customer can now buy Tirzepatide directly from us without needing a prescription from your doctor.

The fact that Tirzepatide can now be bought from us without a prescription is a convenient option for many customers. This means you don't have to visit your doctor and wait for a prescription renewal. Instead, you can easily order Tirzepatide from us and have it delivered to your home.

How to prepare the injection of Tirzepatide


Before you start preparing the injection of Tirzepatide with insulin needle, make sure you have the following:

  • Tirzepatide injection pen
  • Insulin needle
  • Alcohol wipes
  • A dishcloth
  1. Clean the injection pen: Clean the outer surface of the injection pen with an alcohol wipe.
  2. Remove the insulin needle: Remove the insulin needle from the cap of the injection pen.
  3. Prepare the insulin needle: Attach the insulin needle to the injection pen. Make sure the needle is firmly attached.
  4. Check the dosage: Choose the right dose of Tirzepatide. The dosage is indicated on the injection pen.
  5. Insert the insulin needle: Choose an injection site. Recommended injection sites are the abdomen, thighs or upper arm.
  6. Administer the injection: Insert the insulin needle into the skin. Then press the injection pen button to administer the injection. Push the button all the way in and wait until the injection is complete.
  7. Remove the insulin needle: Remove the insulin needle from the skin.
  8. Discard the insulin needle: Dispose of the insulin needle safely.

Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ

What is the difference between Tirzepatide and other weight loss drugs?

Tirzepatide is a combined agonist of the GLP-1 and GIP receptors. This means that it has an effect on both blood sugar and appetite. Other weight loss drugs, such as orlistat, only have an effect on appetite.

Is Tirzepatide safe?

Yes, Tirzepatide is a safe medicine. The most common side effects are mild and disappear on their own within a few weeks.

How long does the effect of Tirzepatide last?

The effect of Tirzepatide lasts as long as you take the medicine. In clinical studies, Tirzepatide has been shown to be effective in lowering blood sugar and reducing weight for at least 12 months of treatment.

Can Tirzepatide be used to treat conditions other than type 2 diabetes and obesity?

Tirzepatide has so far only been approved for the treatment of type 2 diabetes and obesity. However, there is ongoing research to see if Tirzepatide can be used to treat other conditions, such as cardiovascular disease and chronic kidney disease.

What other medicines can interact with Tirzepatide?

Tirzepatide may interact with some other medicines. It is important to talk to your doctor if you are taking any other medicines before you start taking Tirzepatide.

Here are some examples of medicines that can interact with Tirzepatide:

  • Drugs that can reduce gastrointestinal movement, such as opioids, anticholinergics and calcium channel blockers.
  • Medicines that can increase the risk of hypoglycaemia, such as sulphonylureas and insulin.
  • Medicines that can affect liver function, such as statins and some antibiotics.

If you are taking any of these medicines, your doctor may need to adjust the dose of Tirzepatide or other medicines you are taking.

Is Tirzepatide from Ozempic?

No, Tirzepatide does not come from Ozempic but from Mounjaro. Mounjaro is the name of the medicine that contains the active substance Tirzepatide.


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