PEPTIDE THERAPY: BPC 157

What Is BPC 157?

 – BPC 157 is a partial sequence of body protection compound (BPC) found in human gastric juice.
– BPC 157 can be used to accelerate healing of a variety of wounds including tendon-to bone healing and healing of damaged ligaments.
– Acts systematically in the digestive tract to combat leaky gut, IBS, gastro intestinal cramps and Crohn’s disease
– Protects and prevents gastric ulcers
– Can be used to protect liver from toxic damage (alcohol, antibiotics, etc.)
– Promotes healing of traumatic brain injury (TBI).

WHAT FORMS OF BPC 157 ARE AVAILABLE?

BPC 157 is available as a subcutaneous injection and as an oral capsule

HOW DOES BPC 157 WORK?

– In response to tendon and ligament injury, BPC-157 accelerates healing by increasing type 1 collagen in these tissues.
– BPC-157 is cytoprotective and thus helps maintain the mucosal lining of the GI tract.
– As an anti-inflammatory, it aids in the protection and healing of inflamed intestinal tissues.
– BPC-157 also aids in tissue damage repair by increasing blood flow to damaged tissues.
– Additionally, BPC 157 acts as a neuroprotective by modulating serotonin and dopamine production in the brain.

 Why Would I Want to Use BPC 157?

Based on the literature, BPC-157 has been shown to:
– Improves healing of many types of wounds
– Protects intestinal organs and prevents stomach ulcers
– Combats leaky gut, IBS, gastro-intestinal cramps and
Crohn’s disease
– Accelerate healing of skin burns
– Works as an anti-inalmmatory

– Maintains integrity of mucosal lining GI tract
– Repairs tissues of GIT, tendons, ligaments, brain, bone, etc.
– Improves digestive function
– Protects and promotes healing of liver due to toxic stress.

PATIENT BENEFITS

  • IMPROVES GUT RELATED ISSUES
  • IMPROVES HEALING OF WOUNDS
  • REPAIRS BRAIN TISSUE
  • REPAIRS BONE TISSUE
  • HEALING OF LIVER

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

BPC 157 is a stable gastric peptide and has been found as a safe treatment for inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), ligament wounds and tendon–to-bone wounds. It is stable in human gastric juice and has no reported toxicity.

 

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