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Peptides

Hd-x

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Besides BPC-157 there seem to be some other interesting peptides

GHK-CU:
Copper Peptide which is a naturally occurring human tri-peptide. In plasma, the level of GHK-Cu is about 200 ng/ml at age 20, but declines to 80 ng/mL by age 60. This decline in the GHK-level coincides with the noticeable decrease in regenerative capacity of an organism.
Scientific studies conducted in different research laboratories around the world have established that human tri-peptide GHK-Cu possesses a multitude of biological actions including activation of wound healing, attraction of immune cells, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, stimulation of collagen and skin regeneration and promotion of blood vessels growth.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copper_peptide_GHK-Cu#Human_trials

Aicar:
In 2008, researcher discovered that Aicar injected in mice significantly improved their performance in endurance-type exercise, apparently by converting fast-twitch muscle fibers to the more energy-efficient, fat-burning, slow-twitch type.
Unexpectedly, even in sedentary mice, 4 weeks of AICAR treatment alone induced metabolic genes and enhanced running endurance by 44%. These results demonstrate that AMPK-PPARδ pathway can be targeted by orally active drugs to enhance training adaptation or even to increase endurance without exercise.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2706130/

Anyone tried those or any other peptides with success?
There was a japenese study with a GHRP nasal spray, will other peptides also work as nasal spray?
 
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Besides BPC-157 there seem to be some other interesting peptides

GHK-CU:
Copper Peptide which is a naturally occurring human tri-peptide. In plasma, the level of GHK-Cu is about 200 ng/ml at age 20, but declines to 80 ng/mL by age 60. This decline in the GHK-level coincides with the noticeable decrease in regenerative capacity of an organism.
Scientific studies conducted in different research laboratories around the world have established that human tri-peptide GHK-Cu possesses a multitude of biological actions including activation of wound healing, attraction of immune cells, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects, stimulation of collagen and skin regeneration and promotion of blood vessels growth.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copper_peptide_GHK-Cu#Human_trials

Aicar:
In 2008, researcher discovered that Aicar injected in mice significantly improved their performance in endurance-type exercise, apparently by converting fast-twitch muscle fibers to the more energy-efficient, fat-burning, slow-twitch type.
Unexpectedly, even in sedentary mice, 4 weeks of AICAR treatment alone induced metabolic genes and enhanced running endurance by 44%. These results demonstrate that AMPK-PPARδ pathway can be targeted by orally active drugs to enhance training adaptation or even to increase endurance without exercise.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2706130/

Anyone tried those or any other peptides with success?
There was a japenese study with a GHRP nasal spray, will other peptides also work as nasal spray?
I have been wondering about peptide use as well, in addition to Low dose Immunotherapy. Seems more doctors are using both in their practices, but the impression I get is that the research/science hasn't caught up to the pace of treatment as of yet.