GHRP-2 (5mg x 10) Ipamorelin (5mg x 10)
1. Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide 2 (GHRP-2)
Growth hormone releasing peptides (GHRPs) are synthetic analogues of somatostatin, a naturally occurring neuropeptide produced by hypothalamic neurons. GHRPs bind to specific receptors on pituitary cells, causing them to release growth hormones. GHRPs have been shown to increase the rate of protein synthesis, stimulate DNA replication, and inhibit apoptosis.
2. Insulin-like Growth Factor 1 (IGF-1)
Insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-I) is a polypeptide that stimulates the proliferation of many different types of cells including muscle, bone, cartilage, liver, kidney, skin, blood vessels, prostate, breast, brain, and nerve cells. IGF-I is released by the liver after eating and is responsible for stimulating the growth of body tissues.
Cortisol is a steroid hormone secreted by the adrenal cortex. It is involved in regulating the immune system, metabolic processes, and the production of glucose. Cortisol levels rise during times of stress and help regulate the body’s response to stressful situations.
4. Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)
Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCGs) is a glycoprotein hormone produced by the placenta. It is responsible for maintaining pregnancy and promoting ovulation. HCG is administered to pregnant women to induce labor and is also used to treat infertility.
Testosterone is a male sex hormone that promotes libido and sexual desire. In addition, testosterone helps maintain muscle mass and bone density. It is also responsible for sperm production.
6. Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)
Thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) is a glycoproteins that stimulates the thyroid gland to produce thyroid hormones. TSH is released by the anterior lobe of the pituitary gland and is responsible for controlling the amount of thyroid hormones present in the bloodstream.
7. Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF)
Epidermal growth factor (EGF) is a polypellular mitogen that stimulates the division of epithelial cells. EGF is released by the epidermis and is responsible for healing wounds.
1. Ipamorelin GRf 1-29
GRF 1-29 is a synthetic ghrelin agonist that mimics the effects of endogenous ghrelin. Ghrelin is a hormone produced by the stomach that stimulates appetite and food intake. GRF 1-29 is believed to increase appetite and decrease body fat. GRF 1- 29 is a peptide analog of ghrelin that binds to GHS receptors.
Ipamoreline is a synthetic ghrelins that increases appetite and decreases body fat. Ipamorelone is a synthetic ghreline that increases appetite and decreases weight. Ipamoreloin is a synthetic ghrelines that increases appetite and decreases fat.
3. Growth Hormone Releasing Factor (GHRF)
Growth hormone releasing factor (GRF) is a naturally occurring protein that was first isolated in 1977. GRF is released by the hypothalamus gland and initiates the release of growth hormones. GRF is involved in the regulation of growth hormone secretion and is responsible for the stimulation of growth hormone production. GRF is a polypeptide composed of 28 amino acids.
4. Growth Hormone Release Inhibiting Factor (GHRI)
Growth hormone release inhibiting factor (GHRI) is a naturally occurring substance that inhibits the release of growth hormone. GHRI is a polypeptides composed of 25 amino acids.
5. Growth Hormone Secretagogue (GHS)
Growth hormone secretagogue (GHS) is a naturally occurring molecule that stimulates the release of growth hormone in humans. GHS is a polypeptid composed of 30 amino acids.
6. Growth Hormone Stimulating Peptide (GHS-R)
Growth hormone stimulating peptide (GHS-RP) is a naturally occurring peptide that stimulates the release of human growth hormone. GHS-RP is a polypeptidel composed of 31 amino acids.
7. Growth Hormone-Releasing Hexapeptide (Hexarelin)
Growth hormone-releasing hexapeptide (HEXA) is a synthetic growth hormone releasing peptide that is used to treat growth hormone deficient patients. HEXA is a hexapeptide composed of 6 amino acids.