They appear to be safer than anabolic steroids too, but don’t think that means they’re unequivocally safe to take. Research clearly shows that they do suppress natural testosterone production and negatively impact the endocrine system, and there’s evidence to suggest that they may increase the risk of cancer to a far greater degree than any natural supplement ever will.
People who have taken in GHRP 6 supplements have reported to have experienced improved joint health, perfect night’s rest and a sense of being fine throughout the day. Therefore, in a way, supplements that are based on GHRP 6 are considered ideal and can be used under physician’s guidance. The dosage required for an individual will largely depend on his or her requirements. For example, if your only aim is to improve the health of your joints and sleep aid, then consider having a small dose. However, if you are a professional bodybuilder you may need to up your dosage considerably. Only by this way you will be able to gain extra muscle mass in a record quick time. However, patience is the key whenever you are using supplements that are based on GHRP 6 and GHRP 2. For bodybuilders, athletes and other professionals, the desired results can be seen quickly only when they are self-motivated. GHRP 6 and GHRP 2-based supplements can only help them in the process.
‘Peptides’ have become increasingly popular in bodybuilding/strength circles in the last 5 years or so, due in part to a reduction in availability of authentic steroids in the U.K., the legal aspects of steroid possession/use (peptides for ‘experimetal use are at press still considered legal), but mostly due to the fact that some mislead individuals are thinking they are the new Holy Grail of muscle growth (they aren’t). As a simple science lesson, synthetically produced GH, natural GH and Insulin are in fact complete protein peptide hormones, which as we know have been used in bodybuilding for the last 40-50 years or so. Before we get into what these designer peptides do though, I must supply a little scientific background as to what they actually are and even though I could go into a shit-load of scientific jargon here, you’ll just get bored and turn the page, so I’ll keep it as simple as I can.
A peptide is an amino acid chain (amino acids being the building blocks of proteins), responsible for signalling different responses in the body. These amino chains already exist in the body in one form or another, which is why some consider them as ‘natural’ compounds (although testosterone exists in the human body too, adding extra is considered cheating in most cases). Peptides have been classified in research and manufacture according to a number sequence in many cases, which is why some are just numbers and letters (see later).
Prolactin, or estrogen gynecomastia issues: Those that are sensitive to prolactin based gynecomastia are open to problems with GHRP-6. Luckily, this is a rare occurrence, and it can be easily combated with dostinex. However, those who stack this compound with anabolic androgenic steroids may have a greater chance of getting gynecomastia. Thats why an AI (aromatase inhibitor) should be used during this kind of cycles.
GHRP-6 is normally always manufactured as lyophilized (freeze-dried) powder contained in vials in amounts of 5mg. Some companies might manufacture amounts greater or lesser than 5mg per vial, but the standard is generally 5mg/vial. The lyophilized powder contained within the vial will need to be reconstituted with bacteriostatic water in order for it to be injected. After reconstitution, the solution must then be refrigerated in storage. If left in hot environments or in room temperature environments for extended periods of time, the protein structure will degrade and become ineffective. For reconstitution, users will typically mix 3ml of bacteriostatic water with the powder gently. However, users can and do frequently reconstitute the powder with less (or more) water which will yield different concentrations of GHRP-6. For example, reconstitution of 5mg of powder with 3ml of water will yield GHRP-6 doses of 166mcg per 0.1ml (or 10iu on an insulin syringe).
Growth hormone-releasing peptide 6 (GHRP-6) (developmental code name SKF-110679), also known as growth hormone-releasing hexapeptide, is one of several synthetic met-enkephalin analogues that include unnatural D-amino acids, were developed for their growth hormone-releasing activity and are called growth hormone secretagogues. They lack opioid activity but are potent stimulators of growth hormone (GH) release. These secretagogues are distinct from growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) in that they share no sequence relation and derive their function through activation of a completely different receptor. This receptor was originally called the growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHSR), but due to subsequent discoveries, the hormone ghrelin is now considered the receptor's natural endogenous ligand, and it has been renamed as the ghrelin receptor. Therefore, these GHSR agonists act as synthetic ghrelin mimetics.