DSIP (2mg Vial)

Introduction

Delta sleep inducing peptide, or DSIP, is a nonapeptide with the sequence WAGGDASGE and a molecular weight of 849 dalton. The peptide was discovered by G. Schoeneberger and M. Monnier in 1974. Results from different research groups indicated that DSIP plays an important role in stress-resistance since DSIP showed stress-protective, antiseizure, and immunomodulating effects. Furthermore, it has been found to also play a role in slowing down the aging process. The peptide mainly induces delta-sleep in rabbits, rats, mice, and humans.

Benefits

Anticarcinogenic properties
Geroprotective effects
Anticonvulsant properties
Analgesic Propertie

Usage/Dosing

250 mcg 2-3 hours before bed

Side Effects

If dosed highly it might induce narcolepsy. Just cease administration.

Shelf Life

Unopened Vial: 36 months
After reconstitution: Must be used in 14 days and stored between 2°C-8°C

Distributed by: Biolab Peptides

This information is for educational purposes only.
Research peptides are for research purposes only. Not for Human Consumption.
This information is for educational purposes only.
Research peptides are for research purposes only. Not for Human Consumption.

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