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Form: 10 ml/vial 

Manufacturer: Bio-Peptide show all
Active Substance Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide 6



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GHRP-6 10 mg is an injectional peptide originally produced by Bio Peptide Ltd healthcare company. The full name of the drug is Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide. 

The main role of GHRP-6 is to release the growth hormone of the user, therefore, the drug is used usually in order to increase the production of growth hormone. The use of GHRP also contributes to the increased level of IGF-1, which actively supports fat burn (especially in the abdominal area) and – in some cases – also muscle growth. Many bodybuilders prefer GHRP than Growth Hormone because it’s much cheaper. What is more, the drug can be used along with anabolic steroids, which results in better skin condition, faster wounds healing and joints strengthening. It can be dosed at night strictly for anti-aging purposes. Many athletes also notice increased endurance, less sleeping problems and increased immunity.

As the manufacturer assures, there is no need to cycle the drug, as it can be administered at any time to obtain good results. However, if the application of the drug is ongoing, it is recommended to administer the minimal doses. The drug should be stored in the refrigerator. In order to obtain the injections, one should dilute the drug with water.

Preferable dosage is twice a day, or three times a day for the best results. GHRP should be injected about 60 minutes before the meal, while low level of sugar in the blood. The general dose of GHRP is from 50 to 300 mcg.

The intake of GHRP-6 can cause potential side effects that include: headache, dizziness, gynecomastia, water retention and joint pain. Some users may experience extreme side effects in form of agonizing hunger, which is the main result of the way the peptides act on Ghrelin receptors. The hunger should subside after the meal. Other rare side effect is lactation from the nipples, which is directly linked with the secretion of prolactin. Its level can be decreased through the use of such prolactin antagonists as Pramipexole, Cabergoline, or Vitamin B6.

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