Monthly Archives: February 2019

BPC 157 | Body Protection Compound (Healing Peptide)

International Peptides

Synthetic compounds are often developed in order to assist in improving the overall well-being of the human body, as well as to assist in the treatment of disease. BPC-157 is one particularly important example of how a synthetically produced chain of amino acids may be useful in helping patients overcome certain conditions and experience a […]

Cardarine (GW-501516)

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Cardarine GW1516 is a chemical that is synthetically produced and was originally developed as a collaboration between two pharmaceutical giants, including GlaxoSmithKline and Ligand Pharmaceuticals. The compound was developed in the 1990s and was first considered a potential treatment for certain conditions, including cardiovascular disease and metabolic conditions. Multiple animal studies have been conducted on […]

What is Melanotan 2 Peptide

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Melanotan refers to a series of synthetic hormones that are created in laboratories. There are three main compounds that are associated with this class of synthetic hormones, including Melanotan I, Melanotan ii, and a newer variety that is derived from the melanotan ii compound, known as bremelanotide. While Melanotan I was developed as a tanning […]

Bremelanotide PT-141 Peptide Treatment Of Sexual Dysfunction

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Sexual dysfunction is common amongst both men and women. Even though more common amongst the older generation, sexual dysfunction can develop at any age. Amongst male patients, erectile dysfunction, along with premature ejaculation, seems to be the most prevalent types of sexual problems1. Libido-related problems are also present in a significant number of men. Common […]