I remember @Seven (formerly lnester7) saying she was getting good results with peptides a while back on her blog. Not sure if they were the type you mentioned. Here is the list of her blogs. Maybe she will add to this thread as well.
This is awesome. I will definitely be giving this a go. This specific site charges a premium price for peptides which are usually half or 1/3rd the price at other vendors, but those others dont have this yet. Still will be worth trying and I will report back how it went after giving it a go
I don't like that Jean Francois guy.He is viewed like a prophet on peptides but his attitude that 'peptides do no harm' is false and dangerous.He dismisses negative feedback, I remember specifically him denying that BPC-157 can downregulate the dopamine system and cause anhedonia.When someone posted a study on this he was still reluctant to admit it and was mincing words.
Anyway, I'm interested in mots-c because I know patients with cfs that have been helped a lot.I'm gonna ask but does anyone here know the dosage for this?
@beatsmyth I would love to hear how your experiment with Mots-C goes.
Looks like it inhibits the folate cycle, leading to possibility of accumulation of homocystiene. One thing to be careful of. "In addition, the authors observe an accumulation of homocysteine following MOTS-c application, the former being a well-established risk factor of cardiovascular disease and particularly atherosclerosis"
From facebook group "Peptides Therapy for Leaky Gut, Chronic Illness, and Autoimmune Disorders"
There is also "Exploring Peptides for Health" and a couple for chronic fatigue syndrome, if you search in facebook groups you will find them.
I'm into week two of MOTS-C. Its been sitting in my refrigerator for 4 months and finally decided to try it. It seems to have helped exercise some, but on the 6th and 7th days I was extremely sleepy. Wondering if it depleted folate and/or B12... Seeing what happens this week.