BPC-157 peptides have been around for over 25 years, but many potential Denmark customers remain unaware of its benefits. The Benefits of BPC-157 are slowly making their way into the general public. According to animal studies, BPC can provide significant benefits to healing wounds and regeneration of body tissue, gastrointestinal health.
As discerning customers, a common question you should be asking, (assuming you have never looked into what BPC-157 is and how it could help), should be: what is the correct dosage for me? We will try answer this question below in this post. Firstly though, why BPC and why not generic over the counter prescriptions? BPC-157 is well known for its low risk with only minor side effects, especially when compared with prescription drugs.
In this post about BPC-157, we’ll look more closely at this and related questions and try to answer them as best we can.
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With that in mind, let’s go over the fundamentals of BPC-157, including its administration format, dosage and range, and the standard BPC-157 dosage for intramuscular injection. We’ll wrap up by answering some commonly asked questions and demonstrating why the right dose is just part of the equation – you will need a reputable source of BPC-157, such as Direct Peptides.
An overview of BPC-157 for our research customers.
BPC-157 is a peptide, which is basically a 15-amino acid chain (amino acids make up proteins). This particular sequence of peptides is extracted from a protein found naturally in the body in gastric juices, and it is thought to help restore the lining of the stomach and intestines in its natural state. It has been shown in various animal studies over decades to have several beneficial effects, in addition to stomach repair, when synthesised for supplement purposes.
Animal studies have shown BPC-157 helps in:
• Accelerates and aids the reconstruction of soft tissues in the body.
• Prevents or restores destruction done by NSAIDs as well as other drugs to a gut, liver, as well as other structures.
• Enhances serotonin transport and production, which has been linked to a variety of psychiatric disorders like depression, anxiety, and others.
• Lowers blood pressure which protects your heart from a number of complications.
• May aid in the reduction of allergies to natural triggers, as well as certain anti-viral properties on some viruses that have been studied.
• Has been shown to strengthen IBS and other bowel disorders, most likely from the same gut repair mechanism.
• Some other, less-well-studied benefits include neurotransmitters, brain activity, oral health, and even urinary incontinence treatment.
How to administer BPC-157
The details of the BPC-157 dose will, of course, be determined by the administration format prescribed for you. BPC-157 Denmark is a drug that has been widely tested in animal research in a variety of administration types. Oral pills, sublingual (under-the-tongue) pads, or intramuscular injection are the most common. Topical patches and creams, rectal suppositories and enemas, or injection or suspension of drinking water or other liquids are some other types of administration. Each of these formats is supposed to have a different rate of administration, absorption level, and thus dosage.
Since BPC-157 from Direct Peptides and other online telemedicine providers is typically administered through intramuscular injection, our discussion of BPC-157 dosage below will be focused on that specific administration format. If you have any specific questions or want to know more than what we cover in this guide, you can always do your homework and discuss dosages and ranges with your Denmark prescriber.
BPC-157 is known to be consumed systemically and to function systemically regardless of how it is administered. However, some research indicates that an intramuscular injection could be the most appropriate administration format for healing and wound repair. Injections in muscle adjacent to a specific wound or injury site, in particular, can accelerate healing above and beyond the overall systemic effects – though evidence on this point is somewhat conflicting based on animal study results. It is worth noting, however, since it may be an additional factor when selecting a BPC-157 administration format, as well as the corresponding BPC-157 dosage and regimen.
BPC-157 dosage and range
Always start at the low end of the dosage scales and gradually increase it keeping notes and monitoring your progress against the ailment. You should determine the exact BPC-157 dose or range that is appropriate for you and whatever it is that you are looking to remedy. External factors will always plat an important part in determining your personal dosage. For example, pre-existing medical conditions, prescription (or non-prescription) medicines that you are taking (or are due to start soon). Animal studies have suggested the normal dosage range is between 1 and 10 micrograms per kg of body weight. When it comes to injection-based BPC-157, you should be on the lower end of that range.
Absorption orally tends to necessitate higher dosages because less of the active medication enters the body to circulate when taken in this manner. In such situations, the BPC-157 dose intensity tends to be on the higher end of the spectrum.
Similarly, if you are not getting the results you anticipate from your current BPC-157 dose, they can instruct you to increase it slightly within the dosage range over time.
Dosage and Regiment of Injected Intramuscular BPC-157
The average intramuscular BPC-157 dosage is 200 to 300 micrograms per day in a single regular injection. Most Denmark experts agree that this should be taken on an empty stomach at the same time of day, with the evening being the strongest. This averages out to about 2.5 to 3.75 micrograms per kilogramme of body weight for an average adult weighing around 80 kg, so it’s a fairly normal BPC-157 dose on the lower end of the range spectrum. You may be started on a lower dose and/or gradually increased to a higher dosage based on the results you obtain and any side effects you may encounter.
Depending on why you’re taking BPC-157, this dose might be appropriate for a one-month regimen or long-term usage. In other situations, your prescriber may suggest a lower dose for continuing or continuous use, such as 200 to 300 micrograms for specific wound healing or treatment of certain conditions. As for virtually all peptide and supplements, it is often safer to take the least effective dose possible – that is, the lowest BPC-157 dosage that has the desired or therapeutic effects. This reduces the possibility of side effects.