What exactly is BPC 157?
BPC-157 Peptides are produced from human gastric fluids and contain 15 amino acids. Many studies have demonstrated that BPC 157 Peptides can repair a variety of tissues. Tendons, muscles, the nervous system, and ligaments are among them.
Studies have shown individuals who suffer from the symptoms mentioned above may benefit from BPC-157 healing work. This peptide may boost blood flow back to the injured places. It could be used to prevent stomach ulcers, preserve organs and even help with burns on the skin.
What is BPC157 known for?
BPC 157 is also thought to be a fragment of the BPC human stomach protein.
• Has been discovered in isolated gastric juice
• Has been proven to be stable and resistant to hydrolysis or enzyme digestion
• Dissolves in bac water
Has discovered how to treat wounds such as:
• Gastric ulcer
• Colon-Colon Anastomosis
• Colocutaneous Fistula
BPC-157 Peptides, or the Gastric Pentadecapeptide BPC 157, have also been demonstrated in lab tests to promote tendon healing in the following areas:
• Cell Survival
• Cell Mitigation
• Tendon Outgrowth
BPC 157 Peptide vials generated from a particular protein found in the stomach, are frequently used to treat gastrointestinal diseases and illnesses. It can also aid in the treatment of ulcers and people suffering from inflammatory diseases. Other benefits of BPC 157 include its ability to help people lose weight due to its therapeutic and visual features, which are quite beneficial for achieving health and fitness goals.
Nausea, stomach pains, bowel changes, diarrhoea, decreased appetite, Gas and bloating, flushing and other adverse effects are possible.
Unit Size: 10 mg/vial
Unit Quantity: 1 Vial
Molecular Formula: C62H98N16O22
Molecular Weight:L 1419.556 g/mol
Appearance: White Powder
Peptide Purity: >99%