BPC-157 is a new healing method that has taken the medical establishment by storm. Let’s take a look at why it’s so revolutionary and how you can use a daily BPC-157 dosage to heal your body faster.
In This Article:
- What is BPC-157?
- How is BPC-157 made?
- How do you take a BPC-157 dosage?
- What is the right BPC-157 dosage?
- How long does a BPC-157 dosage take to work?
- Does BPC-157 have any side effects?
- Can you use BPC-157 with other medications or treatments?
What is BPC-157?
BPC-157 is a miraculous but 100% natural healing drug — “BPC” stands for “body-protecting compound.”
When administered, BPC-157 basically serves as extra gastric acid that will help heal your body faster. It drastically speeds up many forms of bodily healing, such as recovery from joint cramps, sports injuries, or even gut inflammation.
In terms that are a bit more scientific, BPC-157 is a pentadecapeptide composed of 15 specific amino acids in sequence — L-Valine, glycyl-L-alpha-glutamyl-L-prolyl-L-prolyl-L-prolylglycyl-L-lysyl-L-prolyl-L-alanyl-L-alpha-aspartyl-L-alpha-aspartyl-L-alanylglycyl-L-leucyl-; glycyl-L-alpha-glutamyl-L-prolyl-L-prolyl-L-prolylglycyllysyl-L-prolyl-L-alanyl-L-alpha-aspartyl-L-alpha-aspartyl-L-alanylglycyl-L-leucyl-L-valine.
All you need to know is that it’s a clear liquid that comes in a glass bottle and is easy to get via prescription.
How is BPC-157 made?
As mentioned above, the composition of BPC-157 is a long strand of specific amino acids. These acids are combined in a lab. The acids themselves come in white powder form, and they are kept in small jars.
Using precision equipment, scientists measure out precisely the acids they need. They then bond the acids together through a process of deprotection, coupling, and cleaving. They have to use high-tech instruments and compounds like resin, onium salt, inert gas, mass spectrometers, and centrifuges.
If you really want to get into the nitty-gritty of how BPC-157 is made, read up on a general description of how peptides are produced at this link.
How do you take a BPC-157 dosage?
There are two main ways to administer a BPC-157 dosage: intravenously (injecting it) or orally (drinking it).
Some manufacturers sell BPC-157 pills, which are a lot less painful and easier to administer than injections. The downside is that they are usually not as potent because the body is not 100% efficient in adsorbing orally ingested materials.
Injecting BPC-157 is a little more efficient and faster-acting, but it’s not as convenient… especially for those not comfortable with needles.
There are two types of injections possible. One is subcutaneous, which entails pinching a lump of skin near the pained muscle and inserting the needle into that. The most effective method, however, is also the most painful. It’s called intramuscular injection, and it entails sticking the needle directly into the muscle that’s hurting before administering the BPC-157.
Read this illustrated guide to giving yourself an intravenous injection.
What is the right BPC-157 dosage?
If you are taking BPC-157 orally, you don’t need to worry about exactly what volume to take. Just swallow one pill a day or whatever dosage as instructed on the box.
If you’re going with one of the intravenous methods, you’ll need to measure it out yourself. The typical dose is anywhere from 250 to 1000 micrograms, depending on body size and amount of pain. You should consult a doctor about exactly what dosage is right for you, and if you are unsure, you should stick to the lower end of this spectrum.
How long does a BPC-157 dosage take to work?
Unlike many pain-relieving treatments, BPC-157 works very quickly. Gut-related maladies like inflammations often feel totally better within 1 week, and muscle pains usually go away in 2-3 weeks. Of course, it can take longer, but you can expect quick results.
Does BPC-157 have any side effects?
No. Even though BPC-157 is produced in a lab, it is not an artificial agent that you introduce into your body. Instead, it is a compound that perfectly mimics the gastric juices your stomach produces naturally. In other words, it is, for all intents and purposes, just acting like the healing solutions your body already produces.
Even overdoses do not have serious side effects. Let’’s say you accidentally take 2000 micrograms instead of your normal 200 microgram dose. You may experience some mild irritability for a few hours, but that’s it.
That being said, fake BPC-157 or even the real thing that is poorly synthesized can cause serious gastrointestinal discomfort.
Can you use BPC-157 with other medications or treatments?
Yes! As mentioned above, BPC-157 is a natural compound, and it only enhances other treatments or medications you may be taking.
A quick and easy BPC-157 dosage is the key to healing for so many different pain types, from dental to gastrointestinal to muscular. Ask your doctor about it today and let us at Yunique Medical help you kick off your journey to freedom from pain!
FOR A LOOK AT HOW TO PROPERLY MIX AND PREPARE A BPC-157 DOSAGE ONCE YOU GET AHOLD OF IT, CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO!
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