What Exactly is Bremelanotide PT-141?
Bremelanotide, or PT-141, is a synthetic peptide used to treat sexual dysfunction in both men and women. PT-141 is a melanocortin that works at the brain to boost sexual desire, whereas Viagra and Cialis are PDE-5 inhibitors that improve blood flow into the penis.
Melanotan II was used to create the synthetic peptide blend, which was meant to darken skin pigmentation and promote tanning. During the early tests, however, patients reported a positive side effect: enhanced sexual desire.
What is Bremelanotide PT-141 Known For?
Bremelanotide PT-141 is a chemical that binds to and activates skin pigmentation-related melanocortin receptors. Because Bremelanotide PT-141 is presently only available as a subcutaneous injection, it is best used where fat deposits are present. As a result, the injectable peptide is the only legal form of the peptide.
Bremelanotide PT-141 is a unique therapeutic option for sexual dysfunction in both men and women that have shown to be effective.
- Sexual desire and performance have both increased.
- Regained self-confidence and self-esteem
- Relationship with your partner has improved
- Return to healthy sexual intercourse
- Improves mood
- Lowers stress
- Reduces depression
- When combined with other treatments, including hormone therapy, the benefits are increased.
Bremelanotide may cause adverse symptoms such as headaches, nausea, and flushing, which were documented in a trial and ranged in severity from mild to moderate. In addition, itching and soreness at the injection site are all possible side effects.
Molar mass: 1025.182 g·mol−1
Unit Size: 10 mg/vial
Unit Quantity: 1 Vial
Appearance: White Powder
Peptide Purity: >99%