Peptides, similar to proteins, are short chains of amino acids that our body naturally produces. The production of peptides in individuals can vary greatly, and we generally see a decline in our bodies' production of peptides as we age. This is where peptide therapy comes in: Peptide therapy is the use of peptides in treatment to direct cells to perform the function specific to the peptide being used. Peptide therapy increases human growth hormone and helps with weight loss, sleep, vitality, memory, and the immune system. The decline in human growth hormone levels is associated with several aging symptoms such as a lower energy level, lower libido, decreased muscle mass, increased body fat, a slower metabolism, aging skin signs, and more.
Progressive reduction in growth hormone (hGH) production and secretion beginning shortly after young adulthood is an early endocrine characteristic of aging in humans. Age-related hGH insufficiency and its detrimental consequences have been recognized for over two decades. Over time lowering levels of this hormone contributes to many of the undesirable aspects of aging. These include changes in body composition favoring fat over muscle, bone loss, inability to heal/recover, and increased risk for intrinsic diseases such as stroke, circulatory disorders, diabetes and others.
Peptide therapy increases endogenous hGH by stimulating the pituitary gland creating more physiological advantages compared to hGH injections. Because of the interactive effects of peptide therapy, release of hGH by the pituitary is episodic or intermittent rather than constant as with injected hGH.
SUBLINGUAL (under the tongue)
Traditionally, peptides are administered by injection so as to avoid degradation in the gastrointestinal tract thereby increasing bioavailability. As peptide therapy increased, subcutaneous dose ranging tests were performed. The data showed that bioavailability by this route was greater than previously expected making it a practical method for treating age-associated growth hormone insufficiency. Undoubtedly, there are many people who are averse to the requirement for daily injections of peptide therapy, even if it is a small volume of fluid and administered with extremely fine needles. As a result, many individuals who could benefit from peptide therapy as part of their anti-aging regimen unfortunately do not take advantage of its benefits until sublingual therapy was proven to be effective.
Ipamorelin, Sermorelin, and CJC-1295 and are the most promising anti-aging peptides available today because they are growth hormone releasing peptides. They are combined because they have different pathways for releasing human growth hormone. An increase in human growth hormone helps with burning body fat, immunity, muscle recovery/repair, brain function, sleep, skin tone, bone density, and libido. Ipamorelin, Sermorelin, and CJC-1295 are most effective as a subcutaneous injection but if you are afraid of needles, sublingual is available.
BPC-157 is a peptide chain consisting of 15 amino acids. It is considered synthetic because this particular sequence does not exist in nature. It is derived from a protective protein found in the stomach. Research shows that BPC-157 heightens the healing of many different types of tissue from tendon, muscle, and the nervous system. It can also increase blood flow back to injured sites, protect organs, prevent stomach ulcers and heal skin burns.
PT-141 is a new innovative peptide hormone treatment that works for both men and women to improve sexual function. PT-141 is an effective and efficient treatment for both erectile dysfunction and increased libido in men and improves female sexual arousal disorder in women. PT 141 works directly through the nervous system to increase arousal, desire, and satisfaction with sex. PT 141 peptide gives you the desire and motivation along with the ability to increase blood flow to the vagina and clitoris, returning the intimacy and passion to your relationship. PT 141 addresses those issues to help resolve sexual difficulties.