I'm new to the forum and there is some great information here that I need to do more reading on. I've been taking Ipam and ModGrf 1-29 for at least 2yrs now. The first thing I noticed is that I have good quality sleep. I have difficulty sleeping and staying asleep. I take these peps 20min before I go to bed and get a good deep sleep for at least most of the night. I take them before doing my morning cardio, after my workout (afternoon) and before I go to bed. I've read if you take it before your morning cardio it releases more FFA to burn during your session. After the workout to aid in recovery. Before bed to aid in a deeper sleep. It is important when you take them. Dont eat before morning cardio...no carbs/sugary drinks...3hrs should have passed before taking another shot and do not eat before 15-20min after taking the peps. The reason (I've read) to wait these times is to take them while your insulin levels are low. High Insulin levels will minimize the pulsation of the GH. The phrase I've read is to try to keep "insulin quiet" to maximize the pulse of GH. Ipam can work by itself but if taken with ModGrf 1-29 it will magnify the GH Pulse. ModGrf is useless by itself. I've read that there is a saturation dose, so more is not better. 200mcg for each should do the job. Since synthetic GH shuts down natural production, these peps stimulate the pituitary to pulse more natural GH. To get the maximum effect of syn GH, you would also take the shot at the same time discussed above. Once again, this is what I've read and the protocol that I've followed. The results arent like AAS (nothing is!) but it is a good way to feel better since I cant take TRT. (trying to have kids) I also travel with the peps bc I value the sleep that I get from it.
CJC1295 is a 30 amino acid peptide, which primarily functions as a growth hormone releasing hormone analogue (mimicking the effect of GHRH). It was initially invented to treat deep fat deposits in people, because it is known that having an increase in our own growth hormone levels will target this. It stimulates production of our own growth hormone from the pituitary gland.

When taking Ipamorelin, you want it to be pushed through your system naturally, and at the same levels. If you are constantly altering the times you take it, or increase/decrease dosages during your cycle, this is not going to be attainable. To maximize the benefits and gains you are going to experience, dosage levels should be consistent, as should the timing of the dosage you are taking each day.

Our first human GHRP-6 studies in normal young men were performed in collaboration with Michael Thorner (Bowers et al., 1990). These studies (Fig. 1.7, left panel) revealed that iv bolus GHRP-6 released GH and, when given together with GHRH, released GH synergistically. One of the most characteristic and consistent in vivo actions of GHRPs in various animals as well as humans of both sexes and all ages is the synergistic release of GH when GHRP is administered concomitantly with GHRH by iv bolus. Subsequently, this was also found for continuous 24/7 subcutaneous (sc) infusion. Also recorded in Fig. 1.7, right panel, is the comparative GH-releasing effects of iv bolus GHRP-6, -1, -2, and GHRH in normal young men. The potency of the three GHRPs we developed over several years was increasingly effective in releasing GH, and each released more GH than GHRH in normal young men. In addition, this was also found to occur in normal young women (Bowers, 1996).
At the time that decision was made, paracetamol/caffeine combinations were available over-the-counter in over 50 other countries and had been exempt from scheduling in a number of major markets that are similar to Australia in terms of population type and regulatory status. Experience with the unscheduled sale of this product was extensive: UK 19 years, Ireland 12 years and New Zealand for 7 years. However, the Committee determined not to consider paracetamol combined with caffeine for exemption from scheduling until market experience had been gained with use as a Schedule 2 product in Australia.
Although the history of some of the foremost biomedical discoveries is permeated by serendipity,4 we deem that the well-established pivotal role of the GH/insulin-like growth factor-1 (IGF-1) axis for cardiomyocyte physiology, and the subtle alterations of this axis within the pathogenicity of dilated cardiomyopathy (DCM) and left ventricular (LV) dysfunction, ignited the idea of assessing the potentiality of GHRP to alleviate cardiac pathologies.5 It was far to be anticipated on those early days, however, that the GHRP-mediated cardiotropic and cytoprotective effects are superior to those shown by the exogenous administration of GH and are not shared by GH-releasing hormone (GHRH) and that, importantly, GHRPs exert their pharmacological actions via GH-independent pathways that obviously represented another turning point in this history.3
This class of peptides is used to enhance the insulin-like growth of muscles by bodybuilders. These compounds are great for targeting specific muscle groups. Also known as Somatomedic C, IGF-1 has become one of the more popular peptides used for muscle building in the last 10 years or so. Englishman Dorian Yates, who was named Mr. Olympian for six straight years in the 1990s, is thought to have been a prominent user. This contributed to make many professional bodybuilders to include it in their regimen as well. IGF-1 is also available in different variants.

Of particular note is the variable chemistry of GHRPs, which consist of three major chemical classes including peptides, partial peptides, and nonpeptides, all of which appear to act via the same receptor and cellular mechanisms. Generally, most GHRPs are active by all routes of administration, specifically intravenously (IV), subcutaneously (SC), orally, intranasally, and intracerebroventricularly (IVC), which supports their possible broad future clinical utility. From evolutionary studies starting with the zebrafish, the natural receptor and hormone have been present for hundreds of years, underscoring the fundamental evolutionary and functional importance of the ghrelin system. GHRPs were well established to act directly on both the hypothalamus and pituitary several years before the GHS receptor assay.23
Similar to other enhancers, it is observed that administrating GHRP-6 along with insulin gets an increased GH response. However, in presence of elevated glucose levels, GHRP-6 does not work well. As a result, consuming carbohydrates or dietary fats before administrating GHRP-6 is a bad idea. Thus the dose should be taken two hours after your last meal and at least thirty minutes before your next meal. Also, GHRP-6 has saturation points. As a result, you want to put a healthy interval between two doses so that your receptors are clear. The best schedule is one dose upon waking up, one post workout, and one before sleeping.
Consistent with these data, our group observed a transient inotropic effect of about 15 minutes in both healthy and infarcted rabbits following a single GHRP-6 intravenous bolus (400 µg/kg). Echocardiography recordings indicated a 15%–20% elevation of the ejection fraction as an increase in shortening fraction (Juan Valiente Mustelier and Jorge Berlanga Acosta, unpublished observations, 2007). More recent studies based on isolated murine hearts that underwent periods of ischemia and reperfusion (I/R) confirm that pre- or posttreatments with hexarelin for instance prevented the intracellular disturbances in Ca+2 transients through recovery of p-PLB after the I/R insult.43 Other studies involving adult Wistar rat ventricular myocytes have confirmed the positive inotropic response induced by hexarelin and other secretagogue peptides that bind the GHS-R1a, which activates protein kinase C signaling cascade.44
But ever since the 1970’s, scientists have observed that although we produce substantial amounts of both IGF-1 and human growth hormone (HGH) in childhood, these hormones decrease drastically by the time we reach old age. They also noticed that IGF-1 could possibly be manipulated to extend life and to prolong the deteriorating effects of aging (you can read the research here).
Scheduling both enobosarm and SARMs would address the potential problem of misuse and abuse. The class entry for SARMs was recommended as there are other SARMs being developed. Patients being treated with these drugs would require medical diagnosis, monitoring and management. There is access to SARMs that are more toxic than enobosarm. If only one SARM was scheduled, consumers would be able to source another SARM.
You’ve already learned that sufficient protein intake (above 0.5g/lb of body weight) can assist with adequate IGF-1 and growth hormone production. Whey protein provides your body with a complete profile of necessary amino acids, including leucine. Leucine is an amino acid that promotes greater muscle protein synthesis and assists the body while gaining lean muscle mass and losing fat tissue simultaneously.
Investigations reported that GHRP-6 is more efficient than GHRH itself in monkeys and performs synergistically when combined or applied together. An example of this combination would be GHRP-2 and CJC-1295. GHRP-6 is believed to be acting naturally on both pituitary and hypothalamic sites (Fairhall et al. 1995). In a time-dependent and dose-dependent manner, the primary pituitary cells of rats were demonstrated on. From the studies, the concentrations of the GHRP-6 needed for the half-maximal and maximal stimulation were 7 x 10(-9) and 10(-7) M, respectively.
Because the ligands of most GPCRs are unknown, assays for their activity generally have no positive controls. GHS-R, however, was known to bind several artificial ligands, such as GHRP-6 or hexarelin, providing a convenient positive control for constructing the assay system used to search for the endogenous ligand. A cultured cell line expressing the GHS-R was established and used to identify tissue extracts that could stimulate the GHS-R, as monitored by increases in intracellular Ca2+ levels. After screening several tissues, very strong activity by an endogenous ligand was unexpectedly found in stomach extracts (). The ligand was finally purified by reversed-phase HPLC (RP-HPLC) and named as ghrelin. The name “ghrelin” is based on “ghre,” a word root in Proto-Indo-European languages for “grow,” in reference to its ability to stimulate GH release. Ghrelin is a 28 amino acid peptide in which the serine 3 (Ser3) is n-octanoylated and this modification is essential for the activity of ghrelin (Fig. 2). Ghrelin is the first known case of a peptide hormone modified by a fatty acid. Rat and human ghrelins differ in only two amino acid residues. There is no structural homology between ghrelin and peptide GHSs such as GHRP-6 or hexarelin.

Because the ligands of most GPCRs are unknown, assays for their activity generally have no positive controls. GHS-R, however, was known to bind several artificial ligands, such as GHRP-6 or hexarelin, providing a convenient positive control for constructing the assay system used to search for the endogenous ligand. A cultured cell line expressing the GHS-R was established and used to identify tissue extracts that could stimulate the GHS-R, as monitored by increases in intracellular Ca2+ levels. After screening several tissues, very strong activity by an endogenous ligand was unexpectedly found in stomach extracts (). The ligand was finally purified by reversed-phase HPLC (RP-HPLC) and named as ghrelin. The name “ghrelin” is based on “ghre,” a word root in Proto-Indo-European languages for “grow,” in reference to its ability to stimulate GH release. Ghrelin is a 28 amino acid peptide in which the serine 3 (Ser3) is n-octanoylated and this modification is essential for the activity of ghrelin (Fig. 2). Ghrelin is the first known case of a peptide hormone modified by a fatty acid. Rat and human ghrelins differ in only two amino acid residues. There is no structural homology between ghrelin and peptide GHSs such as GHRP-6 or hexarelin.


Morphological evidences representative of the GHRP-6 effect in a porcine model of myocardial infarction. Effect of the GHRP-6 on AMI size and severity. (A, B) Macroscopic and histological images of AMI damage in animals treated with placebo. (C, D) Macroscopic and histological images representative of the GHRP-6 cardioprotective effect. Histological fragments were in every case collected from apparently normal zones, adjacent to the AMI necrotic core. Rats treated with GHRP-6 exhibited mostly preserved or marginally damaged (sarcoplasmic edema) myofibrils. No myofibrolysis was observed, although a number of ghost nuclei appeared. (H/E, ×20 magnification).
Peptides offer a number of health benefits and bodybuilding is a field where these peptides are useful as well. When it comes to bodybuilding and sports performance, peptides help increase number of muscle cells. They even help to reverse the generic outlook along with allowing you to increase the muscle density. Use of peptides simply means that you will be able to develop muscle density you dream of.
It’s a man… it’s a plane… it’s a man eating a cactus! Not all heroes wear capes. To a superhero, secrecy is their most important power. Everyone from Bruce Wayne to Peter Parker can tell you this. Though, no matter how much you try to hide it, sometimes your character starts to slip out. Normal life can be hard; a friendly dinner can cause cravings for cactus, while running out of gas can turn into a truck-pulling contest. Not all heroes wear capes and most can’t help but save the world… one drumroll at a time. Credit: Various via Storyful
"In circumstances where a medicine is widely known to be used in connection with modifying a physiological process in persons (as appears to be the case with some SARMs and other peptide products), that medicine is likely to satisfy the definition of a therapeutic good despite any disclaimer to the effect that it is for research purposes only and/or not for human use."
But ever since the 1970’s, scientists have observed that although we produce substantial amounts of both IGF-1 and human growth hormone (HGH) in childhood, these hormones decrease drastically by the time we reach old age. They also noticed that IGF-1 could possibly be manipulated to extend life and to prolong the deteriorating effects of aging (you can read the research here).

Increase in ghrelin – Ghrelin is a hormone that the stomach releases when it is empty. It also helps regulate appetite, promotes fat loss in muscle tissue, and helps in healing damaged tendons. There are studies which also point to a direct link between elevated levels of ghrelin and faster repair of tendons. GHRP-6 causes an increase of ghrelin in the body.
Peptides is from the latin word pepsis which means digestion. So in reality they cover anything in the body that aids digestion and since we get all our nutrients from this process the use of peptides is seemingly limitless. Recently biologically active peptides have been discovered in the heart, brain and skin so the potential uses and benefits of peptides in the future is really exciting.
Paracetamol has long been considered very safe, without the risks of gastric injury associated with aspirin and NSAIDs. But there are distinct risks of liver injury, usually following overdose situations. In response many international regulatory authorities have taken steps to reduce the pack sizes of paracetamol, and to restrict release in some environments to pharmacies. In the USA, FDA has required prescription acetaminophen, when it is usually combined with an opioid, to reduce the dose per dose unit to 325 mg, but without reducing the maximal daily dose. No change of dosing in the USA has yet come for OTC acetaminophen. Use of paracetamol should be kept to a minimum in patients with underlying liver and renal disease. It can reduce the effects of lithium, ACE inhibitors, beta blockers and methotrexate. However, it remains one of the safest and most effective analgesic drugs, particularly in the elderly where the risks of gastric bleeding with NSAIDs are more common, and carries minimal side effects.
Unfortunately, as we age, the amount of growth hormone that is produced starts dropping, and into our 40’s it starts dropping off rapidly. This is where GHRP-6 can help a lot, as it mimics ghrelin in the body, which stimulates the ghrelin receptors. When this occurs, a signal is sent to the pituitary gland, increasing GH production. Another benefit of GHRP-6 is that it blocks out a hormone called somatostatin, which is the enemy of HGH secretion. Finally, there is evidence that GHRP-6 can have a positive effect on the nervous system by protecting neurons, giving the user a much higher overall wellness.
GH’s big USP is its ability to overcome injuries thanks to its restorative properties. Sadly, this notion is still in the firmly in the journal of bro-science. Research in the Clinical Science found when pigs were injected daily with GHRP-6 it had powerful antioxidant effects that could reduce internal heart attack damage. Your DNA isn’t bacon, but it does offer the telltale signs of a potential healing agent and many lifters do report success with restoring long-term overuse injuries, such as tendinitis or rotator cuff niggles. So while beefed up singlet-wearers have sung its praise, the labcoat-wearers haven’t confirmed its scientific efficacy just yet. So watch this space for the new GHRP-6 science that could keep your physique in the sweat game.
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