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BPC-157 – preparation kit

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The kit includes:
  • a vial of powder 5 mg;
  • an atomizer with bacteriostatic water 5 ml (1% solution of benzyl alcohol in demiralized water);
  • a syringe;
  • a needle;
  • instructions for preparing the solution.

After dissolving, there is 0.138 mg of BPC-157 per dose.

SKU: bpc-157-5-mg

ACTIVE INGREDIENT: BPC-157 >99,5%

OTHER NAMES: PL 14736; Bepecin;

CAS NUMBER: 137525-51-0

ATC CODE:

FORMULA: C62H98N16O22

ITEM TYPE: vial of powder, atomizer with bacteriostatic water, needle, syringe, instructions for preparing the solution

QUANTITY PER PACK: 5 milligrams

SERVINGS PER PACK: 18 to 36

SUGGESTED USE: 0.138 mg to 0.276 mg

STORAGE: Store in the refrigerator at a temperature of 2 to 5 Celsius degrees.

WARNING: Keep out of reach of children. Do not take this or any other supplement if under the age of 18, pregnant or nursing a baby, or if you have any known or suspected medical conditions, and/or taking prescription drugs or over the counter medications.

DISCLAIMER: Always consult with a qualified health physician before taking any new dietary supplement. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any diseases.

The product is not intended for human use. For laboratory use only.

Semax, Selank and bpc-157- preparation instructions – pdf

Background

Studies with animals and animal cells have suggested that BPC-157 can promote the healing process of various body tissues, including tendons, joints, nerves, gastrointestinal tract and skin.

No apparent toxicity or negative side effects were noted in rodent studies. No human studies have been performed to confirm this.

Mechanisms of action

BPC-157 has various possible mechanisms of action, including stimulating nitric oxide synthesis, activating cells involved in tissue repair, increasing growth factor synthesis and inhibiting inflammation.

Body Protection Compound 157 (BPC-157) is a peptide composed of 15 different amino acids. BPC-157 is thought to promote the repair of damaged tissues, although there is currently no strong evidence to support this hypothesis in humans.

BPC-157 shows both nootropic and neuroprotective effects, and antidepressant effects. It improves mood. However, we know this only from animal studies, the opinions of people using this peptide and from research hypotheses.

In rat studies, BPC-157 was used to neutralize neurotoxins such as reserpine. It turned out that in the presence of this peptide, the effects of toxins on the nervous system were reduced to almost zero.

Effects on GABA

BPC-157 administered concurrently with benzodiazepines can significantly reduce the rate at which tolerance to these drugs builds. It can also help tremendously in weaning off gabaergic drugs, which for some people may prove to be a savior from addiction.

A strong antidepressant effect of this peptide has also been reported. However, it acts on the serotonin system in an unusual way, different from the action of SSRI drugs. In some regions of the brain, serotonin levels may decrease under the influence of BPC-157 but increase in others. The level of this neurotransmitter also changes with the time the peptide is administered. Either way, it improves mood much faster than the SSRI drugs mentioned above. It also appears to lack the unpleasant side effects characteristic of today’s officially approved antidepressants.

Dosage and methods of administration

BPC-157 can be administered in a variety of ways. It is most commonly taken by subcutaneous injection. However, it is characteristic of this peptide that it can also be administered orally. Most peptides are quickly broken down by gastric juices. It can also be administered intranasally, where it is quickly absorbed from the mucosa. It is assumed (these are the opinions of those who use it) that a single dose is about 250 micrograms of the agent.