BPC-157 is a peptide chain comprised of a series of amino acids that derives from a protein protein located within the stomach. This peptide has been observed to alleviate stomach ulcers, intestinal trauma including inflammatory disorders and fistulas, while promoting greater bone and joint health and growth.
Peptides have more precise tissue-selecting effects and have more rapid response with less side-effects when compared to hormones.
They have high potency and specificity, but low toxicity.
They have a broad range of targets and can also improve the structure of the cells by improving the availability of cellular material.
We are happy to walk you through our assessment process to fully understand how/if BPC-157 integration is needed for your healing and optimization.
Though each patient is different, typically the cycle for BPC-157 will last about 2-3 months.
Studies have shown a positive correlation between BPC-157 and ED.
Results show that BPC-157 works fast and, although it depends on the severity of the condition or injury, results are often achieved in as little as 24-48 hours. Results typically happen faster with a higher dosage, while a lower dose may take longer. Additionally, some benefits can be seen in a few days, while others can take longer to appear.
Research is still ongoing, but there have been no dangerous side effects reported. Pain and redness at the injection site are common, similar to any other injectable peptide. Headaches, dizziness, and nausea are also potential side effects related to using peptides in general.