GHRP-2 5 bottles
Dosage: 5 mg
Packing: 5 bottles
GHRP-2, like its brother GHRP-6, is a hexapeptide that is a pure growth hormone secretagogue. In addition, GHRP-2 is a synthetic agonist of ghrelin. Unlike GHRP-6, this peptide does not bring on the heavy hunger side effects associated with GHRP-6; however, some users will notice slight increases in hunger. Somewhere in between GHRP-6 and iPamorelin, this hexapeptide has the ability to be a serious contender when considering which GHRP to use with your GHRH.
The single polypeptide chain composed of six amino acids is a growth hormone releasing peptide. This hexapeptide not only functions to stimulate ghrelin release, but it also works to correct production of low level growth hormone. Simply put, GHRP-2 is perfectly designed with the intention of releasing human growth hormone from the pituitary gland. These mechanisms have been shown to promote lean body gains in lean body individuals. Since GHRP-2 is a ghrelin agonist, it helps to promote the secretion of human growth hormone in a two fold process. For one, it acts to boost growth hormone through amplification of the transduction pathway. In addition, it suppresses the action of somatostatin (a hormone which limits the release of growth hormone). These actions make GHRP-2 a perfect option to increase endogenous growth hormone levels.
Just like the other peptides we have covered so far, GHRP-2 comes as a lyophilized powder. It must be stored in a cool dry place and should be reconstituted using bacteriostatic water or sodium chloride meant for injection. Once the peptide has been reconstituted, GHRP-2 must be kept in a cold storage like the refrigerator until ready for use. GHRP-2 can be taken in high dosages, if needed; however, it is still unclear how effective these high doses are. Normally, GHRP-2 will be used 2-3 times a day at around 100mcg-300mcg per injection. As with other GHRP’s, it’s highly advisable to also use a GHRH in order maximize the effectiveness of the pulse wave combination in accessing the pituitary pathway to release growth hormone.