BCP-157 (Body Protection Compound) is a peptide the experts have established its effectiveness in treating wounds and disorders in other areas of the body. These disorders include damage to the surface of the skin, damaged muscles and tendons, bone deficiencies and even, disorders of the corneal tissue of the eye.
Experts believe that BCP-157 has the quality of initiating these processes. The peptide also has the ability to boost the production of collagen.
BPC-157 stimulates angiogenesis or the formation of new blood vessels, also the generation of granular tissue at the site of a skin injury is essential to healing, and experts believe that
BCP-157 has the quality of initiating these processes. The peptide also seems to boost the production of collagen.
BCP-157, Collagen and Healing
Our bodies are made of collagen, a protein that endows the body with strength and stamina. Collagen gives young skin its smooth appearance, and connects bone with muscle. In fact, collagen holds the entire anatomy together, providing the bed of tissue through which blood vessels deliver nutrients to vital organs. Damage to this tissue disrupts the blood supply, causing the skin to appear unhealthy until the tissue repairs itself and the blood supply returns.
BCP-157 works by stimulating fibroblasts, cells found in the connective tissues of animals, to produce collagen and other structural tissues.
How BCP-157 Works
BCP-157 works are its effect upon the production of growth factor or hormone GH, which is produced in the anterior pituitary gland of the body. The hypothalamus normally regulates this production, but BCP-157 overrides this hypothalamic function and cause the pituitary gland to produce a greater quantity of HGH.
Another effect that BCP-157 may have is the modulation of nitric oxide in the tissues, thus resulting in the reduction of cellular inflammation.
The Benefits of BCP-157
When treated with BCP-157, individuals undergoing tendon-bone reconstructive surgery recover more quickly than average. This may be due to the action of the peptide upon the fibroblasts present in tendon tissue.
The advantage of rapid healing is a benefit for manual labourers who need to get back to work, and athletes who want to re-join the competitive world. This peptide also seems effective in treating intestinal tissue, damaged by fistulas because of the association of BCP-157 with tissue regeneration.
BCP-157 is a peptide with healing powers.
The peptide is shown accelerate the healing of wounds, and bone and muscular injuries.
BCP-157 promotes the generation of blood vessels, granular tissue and collagen.
The substance seems to stimulate the fibroblasts found in tendons to generate new tissue.
The peptide has a regulatory effect upon growth factors like GH, cytokines and metabolites, promoting the growth of new bone and cartilage.
The substance reduces cellular inflammation by modulating the production of nitric oxide.
Individuals who are prone to convulsions may benefit from treatment.
Individuals who wish to develop muscle and increase bodily strength take small, regular doses of the substance.
Users report no side-effects or mood changes following the use of the substance.
Recomended dosage of BPC-157
BPC-157 can be used daily. It is showing greater effects when injected subcutaneously as close to the area of a wound or injury. Can also be injected into the muscle or subcutaneously into the fatty tissue around the belly button.
Dosages range from 200 to 500 mg divided into 2 injections,
one in the morning and one in the evening.
Dosages of 1 and 2mg have been reported with no side effects
Bacteriostatic Water is recommended to be used with peptide BPC-157
Add 2ml of Bacteriostatic water Slowly and Gently to the BPC 157 10mg
A recommended Dosage of 500mg per day divided into a morning and evening dose of 250 mg. Although dosages of 1000mg to 2000mg are reported to have positive results the severity of injury and individuals bodyweight play pa huge part in dosages of this peptide.