BPC 157 5mg
Research on BPC-157 has been on-going since 1991 and results thereof indicate that the peptide has the ability to repair damaged teeth, bones, muscles, tendons, and even intestines. This data is based on in-vitro lab tests as well as in-vivo studies conducted on both rodents and humans. Some of the human trials involved injecting the peptide under the skin (subcutaneously) and into the muscles (intramuscularly).
SuppVersity published an article on BPC-157 which showed that the peptide has the following healing benefits:
Heal’s tendons and bones in a way that rivals conventional surgical methods;
Stimulates the healing of the bones and ligaments by promoting improved cell survival and cell migration. These results are based on rodent research on mice that were affected by an Achilles tendon rupture. The mice had the peptide administered to them through drinking water;
It has the ability to offset the gut-damaging effects that you get from taking NSAIDs like Advil and Ibuprofen. Scientists were so amazed at the results that they called BPC-157 an antidote to NSAIDs;
Mice with inflammatory bowel disease healed within days of orally ingesting the peptide;
It has been shown to heal periodontitis in mice. In fact, BPC-157 is so effective at healing this condition that scientists are considering the possibility of making it a viable treatment for it;
It healed and reversed systemic corticosteroid-impaired muscle healing in mice. These results happened after the mice took one dosage of the peptide per day for 14 days;
It fast-tracked the healing of segmental bone defect in rabbits.