Injury Repair (BPC-157) Oral

30 Caps
30 days

BPC-157 (500mcg)

  • Useful adjunct to healing almost anything related to the GI tract
  • Heals mitochondrial damage
  • Accelerated healing of ligaments, bones, and tendons
  • Reduces inflammation in autoimmune conditions like rheumatoid arthritis,
  • Protects endothelium and the formation of scar tissue
  • Improves brain health & mood
  • Blocks long term effects of corticosteroid injections
  • Stabilized production of certain hormones and neurotransmitters (eg. serotonin)
  • Protection of the cardiovascular system
  • Reduced drug-induced damage
  • Better general body repair and wound healing

$ 200 USD

BPC-157 is a synthetic peptide made up of 15 amino acids, derived from our stomachs. It has various benefits, including reducing joint pain, enhancing joint mobility, and accelerating recovery from injuries. It also improves blood flow to tendons and ligaments, aiding in healing. Moreover, it promotes faster healing of skin burns and enhances blood flow to damaged tissues.

Injury Repair (BPC-157) Oral

Frequently Asked Questions

What is BPC-157

BPC stands for Body Protective Compound. This is a synthetic, 15 amino acid peptide that comes from human gastric juice – our stomachs. BPC-157 is a peptide that helps alleviate joint pain, improve joint mobility, and boost recovery from injuries. It also increases vascular flow to the tendons and ligaments to increase healing and can also help aid skin burns heal faster and increase blood flow to damaged tissues.

Since BPC-157 is derived from a protein in the stomach, it’s often used to help treat stomach and intestinal conditions including fistulas, ulcers, and inflammatory conditions such as arthritis. BPC-157 has also been shown to help people with organ damage.

It’s also ideal for nagging injuries where the tissue needs to be rejuvenated. It appears to work by accelerating the rate of angiogenic repair. Angiogenesis is a key dynamic process for wound healing as it allows the formation of new blood vessels from old ones and is involved in the organization of a microvascular network.

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