BPC-157 (also known as PL 14736) is a pentadecapeptide. It has the amino acid sequence Gly-Glu-Pro-Pro-Pro-Gly-Lys-Pro-Ala-Asp-Asp-Ala-Gly-Leu-Val.
It has been tested in animal trials for cytoprotective and wound healing activities. BPC-157 can contribute to wound healing due to muscle and tendon rejuvenating properties through accelerating the rate of angiogenic repair.
Promote the regeneration of the cells of the intestinal wall (intestinal health)
Promote and accelerate muscle, tendon and bone healing (sports and other tissue and bone injuries)
Trigger the repair and replacement of atherosclerotic endothelial cells (cardiovascular health)
Promote, optimize and accelerate wound healing (skin health and organ damage)
Prevent and reverse lesions of the intestinal tract, liver, and even brain as they can occur in response to the (ab-)use of certain pain medications.
Heal (stress-induced) ulcers and fistulas as they are increasingly common due to our stressful (this refers to “stress” as general oxidative stress)
Serve as a remedy for a plethora of central nervous system disorders that originate in the gut by (a) the local repair of the intestinal lining and (b) direct neuroprotective effects in the brain.
Loading Phase (4-6 weeks): 4-8 mg per week
Maintenance Phase (as needed): 2-6 mg per 2 weeks
None reported from users.
Unopened Vial: 36 months
After reconstitution: Must be used in 36 days and stored between 2°C-8°C
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