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What are peptides?

Peptides are natural biological compounds consisting of two or more amino acids
connected through peptide bonds. Peptides play crucial roles in various essential
processes within the body. Their notable function involves acting as signaling molecules
that communicate specific instructions to our cells, such as tissue repair, hormone
production, and promotion of anti-inflammatory compounds for healing.

Peptides for Healing and Recovery:

BPC-157: BPC-157, also known as "body protection compound 157," is a naturally occurring substance found in small quantities in gastric juices. It proves beneficial for gut healing and addressing intestinal issues. Additionally, BPC-157
facilitates the acceleration of injury and wound healing by interacting with the nitric oxide system. This interaction leads to the protection of endothelial tissue, enhanced blood flow, and the promotion of angiogenesis (formation of new blood vessels). Notably, BPC-157 can be taken orally, making it convenient for targeted gut healing.


TB-500 (Thymosin beta 4): TB-500, also referred to as "Thymosin beta 4"; is utilized to promote wound repair and healing. Its effectiveness lies in its impact on actin and myosin fibers within tendons, ligaments, and muscles. This peptide is commonly employed in the horse-racing industry for its beneficial healing and recovery properties.


Ipamorelin: Ipamorelin aids in recovery by stimulating the secretion of human growth hormone (HGH) and is classified as a "growth hormone secretagogue." It is well-known for accelerating the healing process. Importantly, Ipamorelin, when used at appropriate doses, is relatively safe and does not interfere with the body's natural production of GH, unlike direct administration of HGH.


GHK-Cu: GHK-Cu is a naturally occurring copper complex found in human plasma, saliva, and urine. It serves various roles in the body, including promoting recovery. GHK-Cu acts as an anti-inflammatory agent, controlling oxidative damage following tissue injury, while also signaling tissue remodeling and the generation of healthy new tissue. For recovery purposes, GHK-Cu is typically administered via subcutaneous injections, but it can also be used topically for skin health or hair regrowth.

The Ultimate Warrior Stack (Muscle Gain, Fat Loss):

IGF-1 LR3: IGF-1 LR3, an extended-release version of IGF-1, a potent anabolic peptide, promotes muscle growth by stimulating hyperplasia, the increase in muscle fiber number.


Ipamorelin: Ipamorelin, by increasing growth hormone secretion, is another effective peptide for building muscle. Growth hormone (GH) has significant effects on skeletal muscle and function, making it widely used in sports performance, although its abuse is a concern.


CJC 1295 without DAC (Mod GRF 1-29): CJC 1295 acts as a growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) and raises IGF-1 levels, which aids in fat loss and increased muscle protein synthesis. In this stack, the version without DAC is preferred as it mimics the body's natural growth hormone pulses more closely.


Tesamorelin: Tesamorelin works similarly to Ipamorelin by targeting growth hormone pathways and stimulating IGF-1 production. It has also shown promise in reducing visceral fat and triglyceride levels in large clinical trials.

The "No Sick Days for You!"; Package:

TB-500 (Thymosin Beta-4): Thymosin beta-4, produced by the thymus gland, plays a significant role in immune system regulation and the production of various white blood cells, lymphocytes, T cells, B cells, and antibodies.


Thymalin: Thymalin, another immune-boosting peptide produced by the thymus gland, possesses immunomodulatory properties and influences the production and function of Th1 cytokines and T cells, which are essential for antiviral defense.


LL-37: Known as an "antimicrobial peptide," LL-37 exhibits antibiotic, antifungal, and antiviral properties. It may prove highly effective in autoimmune issues and gut conditions, including fungal and bacterial overgrowth. Note that individuals with small intestine bacterial overgrowth (SIBO) should be cautious as LL-37 can cause uncomfortable die-off reactions initially.

The Youth Boost Anti-aging Package:

Epithalon: Often referred to as the "primary anti-aging peptide," Epithalon directly activates the telomerase enzyme in humans. Telomerase helps extend and renew telomeres, which are protective caps on chromosomes that guard against DNA damage and errors leading to cancer. Epithalon's activation of telomerase theoretically slows down telomere shortening, potentially reversing the aging process.


Thymalin: Thymalin, produced by the thymus and pineal gland, positively influences various systems in the body, including the immune, cardiovascular, endocrine, and nervous systems. It is also believed to extend human lifespan, as demonstrated in a 2003 study that reported a reduced mortality rate for elderly participants after 2-3 years of Thymalin treatment.


GHK-Cu: GHK-Cu contributes to youthfulness by promoting wound healing, tissue regeneration (skin, hair follicles, stomach, bone tissue), collagen and glycosaminoglycan production, blood vessel growth, and displaying antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects.

Hair loss peptide

GHK-CuGHK-Cu: Improves hair regeneration by stimulating and promoting blood vessel and nerve outgrowth and increasing hair growth/thickness and enlarging hair follicle size respectively.

Reconstituting Peptides for Injections:

Prior to using peptides, it is necessary to reconstitute them. Most peptides are provided in powdered or lyophilized form and must be mixed with sterilized or bacteriostatic water (BAC) to create a liquid solution. The following are general guidelines for reconstituting peptides:

  1. Remove the plastic safety caps from both the peptide and BAC vials.

  2. Gently wipe the rubber stopper on each vial with an alcohol swab.

  3. Determine the amount of BAC needed to reconstitute the specific peptide using the instructions provided with your peptides or helpful tools like the Peptide Reconstitution Calculator or PepCalc app.

  4. Draw the required amount of BAC into a syringe, including a small excess. Remove extra air bubbles by flicking the side of the syringe and pushing out a bit of liquid.

  5. Carefully insert the BAC syringe tip into the peptide vial and slowly administer the liquid, ideally along the side of the syringe and not directly onto the peptide powder.

Gently rotate the peptide vial to mix the powder with the BAC. Avoid shaking, as peptides are fragile.


All monthly subscription fees include unlimited medical visits as needed throughout the month

Pricing: $100 per month subscription, plus the cost of peptide. This includes other medical needs throughout the month

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