Get the Most Out of Your Medical Treatment with BPC-157 Injections
BPC-157 injections are a form of peptide therapy used to treat a variety of chronic illnesses. BPC-157 stands for “Body Protective Compound” 157, and is made up of 15 amino acids.
It has been found to be effective in treating conditions such as Crohn’s disease, ulcerative colitis, and other chronic inflammatory conditions.
BPC-157 injections are designed to help reduce inflammation, modulate the immune system, improve blood flow, and stimulate the body’s protective mechanisms.
What are BPC-157?
BPC-157 is a peptide, which is made up of 15 amino acids and is commonly used in medical treatments.
It has been found to have many potential benefits, including accelerated healing, increased cell regeneration, and decreased inflammation.
BPC-157 injections have become increasingly popular.
Additionally, BPC-157 injections can boost the immune system and help to reduce the symptoms of certain illnesses and diseases.
Get a healthier life with BPC-157 Injections
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AOD 9064, also known as lipotropin, is a hormone secreted by the pituitary gland that function in the mobilization of fat reserves.
Ask our doctor how AOD Injections can benefit you.
Nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide, commonly known as NAD, is found in all living cells and is central to metabolism.
NAD levels decline as part of the natural aging process.
Ask our doctor how NAD Injections can benefit you.
BPC stands for Body Protection Compound. BPC-157 is also know by PL 14736. It is a synthetic peptide.
Ask our doctor how BPC-157 can benefit you.
IPAMORELIN is a synthetic peptide involved in growth hormone stimulation.
Ask our doctor how IPAMORELIN can benefit you.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any side effects from peptide injections?
Side effects, such as pain, itching, or swelling at the injection site, are possible when you get a peptide injection. However, these side effects are usually mild and go away within a few days. It is unlikely that you will experience any serious side effects because peptide injections are similar to the peptides that are found naturally in the human body and in the food we eat.
How often can I receive peptide injections?
The doctor will prescribe how often you use the medication.
Initially it may be a few times a week.
Can I self-administer peptide shots?
The doctor will determine which method works best for you, but one way is to self-administer the peptide injections.
We don’t simply treat your symptoms, we get to their root causes.
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Our physicians have been practicing Functional Medicine for decades, have completed postgraduate and fellowship training, and have authored books in the area of Functional Medicine.