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PEPTIDE THERAPY

BCP-157

BPC-157

Imagine having accelerated recovery times and reduced inflammation when healing from injuries. Oftentimes this would require a prescription medication that may be known to have detrimental side effects.

What if that didn’t have to be the case? What if there was another way to reduce healing time without the use of prescription drugs?

Introducing Peptide BPC-157, a compound that has the capabilities to significantly improve healing and recovery time when compared with traditional prescriptions on the market. Keep reading to learn about the healing benefits of Peptide BPC-157 and how you can receive this life-changing peptide therapy at AgeRejuvenation.

What is Peptide BPC-157?

Simply put, BPC-157 is derived from proteins found in digestive juices and is often referred to as a “stable gastric pentadecapeptide” due to the fact that it remains stable in human gastric juice.

Consisting of just 15 amino acids, the synthetic peptide BPC-157 offers various regenerative properties and is especially therapeutic for the gut.

What Is Peptide BPC-157 Most Commonly Used For?

BPC-157 not only prevents stomach ulcers but is also an incredibly potent catalyst in healing inflammatory bowel syndrome (IBS).

Peptide BPC-157 has been shown to accelerate wound healing not only at the surface—where it can treat skin burns, improve blood flow, and increase collagen production—but also repair ligament and tendon-to-bone damage.

Relief from discomfort has been observed in people who have:

  • Muscle sprains
  • Muscle tears
  • Ligament damage
  • Inflammation
  • Other types of muscle injury

This peptide reduces injury recovery times, decreases inflammation, and protects the heart. Along with these amazing healing properties, BPC-157 has several other life-changing benefits.

What Are The Additional Benefits of BPC-157?

While experts focus on using BPC-157 for healing the gut and speeding up recoveries, there are many other benefits including improved:

  • Brain cognition
  • Serotonin production
  • Heart protection
  • Urinary incontinence relief
  • Hormone production in the hypothalamus/pituitary gland

These natural healing effects are just a few of the reasons why BPC-157 can help you improve your daily health and wellness. At AgeRejuvenation, a medical professional will explain how this peptide therapy can transform your life.

How Is BPC-157 Administered at AgeRejuvenation?

When you schedule a BPC-157 appointment at one of our clinics, there are two main ways that peptide BPC-157 can be delivered:

  • Capsule: The oral form of BPC-157 is best suited for stomach and intestinal issues.
  • Injection: BPC-157 injections are the preferred route of administration for inflammation, muscle sprains, ligament damage, and pain management.

When it comes to the proper administration, injections should always be done on an empty stomach and spread out at least three hours apart—if more than one dose is needed per day.

When Will I See BPC-157 Results?

The results of using BPC-157 vary from one person to another but are often seen soon after a dosage cycle begins. Typically, dosage cycles run from 6 to 12 weeks, and higher dosages often lead to near immediate results in terms of muscle development. Some benefits may be seen in a few days while others might become noticeable over two weeks or longer. The immediacy of results differs with every person.

While there are a variety of protocols and treatments, the typical dosage range is anywhere from 200 mcg to 1,000 mcg. A bio-individual approach should be always taken based on your own needs, so it’s important to consult with your AgeRejuvenation physician.

Storage Requirements

BPC-157 is easy to store compared to other peptide injections. You do not have to reconstitute the blend before injecting it, but refrigerating the compound can extend shelf-life.

Oral capsules can be stored in a cool dry location, as they do not require refrigeration. Proper storage increases the chances of the product remaining viable and seeing the intended benefits to your muscle, bone, and overall health.

Are There Any Side Effects Associated with BPC-157?

Although the research is ongoing and ever-changing, there have been no reported side effects. However, it is recommended you talk to your physician to determine whether a peptide injection or oral dose can interact with any prescription medications you take.

Just like with any injection, minor symptoms can include:

  • Pain/redness at injection site
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Nausea

This peptide is deemed an incredibly safe and effective FDA-approved treatment option, especially when combined with a proper diet, exercise, and any treatments recommended by your healthcare provider.

Get Expert BPC-157 Treatment at AgeRejuvenation

AgeRejuvenation specializes in innovative weight loss, hormone replacement, and peptide therapy. From vitamin and amino acid injections to addressing a range of health conditions involving hormones, inflammation, and pain, we can help find beneficial solutions.

Each of our patients is treated individually so we can develop personalized plans to address your individual health concerns and goals. Our healthcare professionals can advise you on using BPC-157 and other peptides that can help enrich and enhance your quality of life.

If you are considering BPC-157 to build muscle, reduce body fat, gain athletic performance, improve memory, or treat any health conditions and pain, schedule a free consultation at AgeRejuvenation by calling us at 813-296-6100 today!

Treatment With Telehealth

AgeRejuvenation has the capacity to begin the peptide protocol remotely if the patient is utilizing telehealth for the first appointment! Patients should be located in Florida or have plans to travel to Florida for treatments.

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