TYPES OF PEPTIDES

Please note that before any scheduled appointment(s) for peptide treatment begin, you are required to be medically evaluated by one of our practitioners at the Grossgold Clinic. This evaluation can be completed the day of your appointment(s). Remember, if you have any medical conditions that are contraindicated to receive peptide therapy, your treatment may be cancelled.

For more information on peptides, particularly the updates to therapeutics, click here to access a document regarding growth hormone and therapeutics from Wells™ Pharmacy Network.

ADVANCED THERAPY

GHRHS & GHRPS

(ADVANCED PEPTIDE THERAPY)

GHRHS ARE GROWTH HORMONE PULSE AMPLIFIERS

Sermorelin
Modified GRF (1-29) (CJC 1295 Without DAC)

  Action of GHRH is counteracted by somatostatin (prevents GH release).
  GHRHs increase levels of GH and IGF-1 – they act back on hypothalmus to stimulate somatostatin – for BALANCED HORMONE PRODUCTION.
  GHRHs stimulate pituitary to produce and release GH into bloodstream.

GHRHS ARE PLEOTROPIC

(capable of producing more than one benefit / effect)

  Assist In Wound Healing
  Cardio Protective
  Effects Are Systemic
  Have Direct Effect On Cells
  Immune System Function
  Involved In Glucose Homeostasis
  Significant Down Regulation Of Inflammatory Response

GHRPS ARE GROWTH HORMONE PULSE INITIATORS

Ipamorelin
GHRP 2, GHRP 6 (Not Currently Available Per FDA Regulation)

  All peptides obtained from the same precursor of ghrelin amino acid chain.
  GHRPs are ‘ghrelin mimics’.
  GHRPs are very receptor sensitive to dosing!
  GHRPs stimulate GH release at higher, more youthful pulse frequency / levels.

– Overdosing decreases GH production by desensitizing receptors.

Estrogen HRT facilitates GHRP action synergistically; GHRP effects shown to be potentiated by HRT in post-menopausal women.

IPAMORELIN