About GHRP-6 Peptide
GHRP-6, Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide-6, is a synthetic hexapeptide that can stimulate the pituitary growth hormone to secrete growth hormone. GHRP-6 is one of several synthetic methylenkephalin analogues including unnatural D-amino acids. They were developed due to growth hormone (GH) releasing activity and are therefore called GH secretions.
GHRP-6 is a ghrelin/growth hormone receptor stimulator and one of the few ghrelin analogs developed in recent decades. It has been found to have positive effects on cardiomyocytes, memory formation, scar formation, sexual motivation and neurons related to Parkinson’s disease. GHRP-6 has oral and sublingual activity, and has moderate to high selectivity. If you are looking for this peptide product, please feel free to contact us online.
Growth hormone is not only suitable for minors. It is also essential for cell growth and cell repair tasks in adults. As we age, growth hormone plays a particularly important role in maintaining bone strength, skin elasticity and firmness, and fat metabolism. During menopause, with the decline in growth hormone levels, signs of aging will be more obvious. And using GHRP-6 can bring you the following benefits:
1) It can help lose weight without any strenuous exercise and diet.
2) Make your physical strength strong and increase energy level.
3) Provide healthier and faster metabolism HGH peptide anti-aging.
4) Improve the elasticity of the skin to make it look smoother and younger.
5) Reduce skin sagging and wrinkles.
6) Improve memory and enhance concentration.
7) Improve hair quality and make hair thick and shiny.
8) Restore libido and improve sex life.
9) Enhance body immunity.
10) Promote deeper and longer sleep and improve skin sleep patterns.
11) GHRH-6 significantly enhances the formation of human growth hormone during the sleep cycle.
12) Improve bone strength, improve heart health, kidney function and immune function.
1. Improve memory
The role of physical activity in learning and memory formation has been actively studied for some time. Although the exact mechanism is still elusive, there is always reason to believe that physical exercise will improve cognition and learning, especially when exercise is performed immediately after the completion of the learning task. Initially, the cognitive benefits of exercise were attributed to improved blood flow and the obscuring effect on growth hormone (GH). Research on rodents reveals that GHRP-6 can help consolidate newly formed memories and convert short-term memories into long-term memories, thereby helping to clarify why GH may be an important factor in memory formation. There is also strong evidence supporting the role of ghrelin/GHRP-6 in spatial learning tasks, which suggests that the cognitive benefits induced by exercise may be mediated by growth hormone secretagogues (such as ghrelin), and the role of GH may be It is indirect, and may be secondary to these peptides.
2. Protect brain tissue
Animal models of stroke are used to study the ability of GHRP-6 to protect neurons and other cells in the central nervous system from insufficient blood supply. Facts have proved that if the peptide is given in time, GHRP-6 can not only protect the brain tissue during acute stroke, but also can actually save memory impairment after stroke. Growth hormone releasing peptide and its analogs seem to inhibit cell apoptosis (programmed Cell death) and reduce the inflammatory response in the brain, thereby protecting neurons from the genetic program and the surrounding environment after stroke.
3. Protect the neurons of Parkinson's disease
A 2018 study revealed our concern about the ability of GHRP-6 to protect brain tissue. The study showed that ghrelin receptors are found in the substantia nigra (part of the brain affected by Parkinson's disease). Patients with known genetic links to Parkinson's disease show decreased expression of ghrelin receptors in neurons in the substantia nigra. In addition, when the antagonist is injected, rats with the same defect will show Parkinson's symptoms. Therefore, it is reasonable to think that agonists like GHRP-6 may be useful for Parkinson's disease. Scientists speculate that the peptide may reduce the apoptosis of substantia nigra neurons by binding to reduced receptors, and slow or even prevent the onset of Parkinson's disease.
4. Improve skin appearance and reduce scars
GHRP-6 improves the survival rate of a variety of cells by reducing programmed cell death. The peptide also interacts with CD36 receptor, which can promote blood vessel growth, especially in wounds. Studies conducted in rats have shown that these properties make GHRP-6 very useful in wound healing. It can increase the speed of wound closure, improve the formation of extracellular matrix proteins such as collagen, and interfere with the normal process of scar formation, thereby Contribute to the overall structure of the organization. The location of the wound and reduce the appearance of scar tissue have also been found to prevent the development of hypertrophic scars. Hypertrophic scars, such as keloid, are the result of improper deposition of extracellular matrix proteins. GHRP-6 can prevent this process from happening, which is a great boon for those who suffer from abnormal treatment processes, so they usually postpone surgery and other medical procedures as much as possible to avoid the pain of forming and causing substantial aesthetic changes scar.
5. Reduce heart problems
Studies on pig heart attack models have shown that GHRP-6 can prevent the cytotoxicity of oxidants, that is, peptides can protect heart cells from free radical damage. It is hoped that this discovery will lead to the development of drugs that can be administered after a heart attack to protect fragile but still viable cells. This drug can reduce deaths after a heart attack and improve long-term prognosis.
6. Change sexual motivation and mood
Studies on male rats have shown that ghrelin receptors in the central nervous system affect sexual behavior and motivation. For example, increased levels of growth hormone releasing peptide can enhance sexual motivation. Studies using GHRP-6 and modified GHRP-6 to antagonize ghrelin receptors have shown that ghrelin receptors in specific brain regions help regulate sexual behavior and reward-seeking behavior. These findings are not only applicable to sex Disorders such as decreased behavior and libido, but also apply to hunger and other motivations. There is also evidence that ghrelin may affect mood, which is part of its influence on motivation. Studies in mice have shown that GHRP-6 and other ghrelin receptor agonists can reduce depression and improve the function of the part of the brain related to mood, especially in stressful environments. GHRP-6 may become a research target for stress, The basis for potential new therapies for anxiety, depression and other mood disorders.
- GHRP-6 Dosage: 0.1 mg-0.15 mg
- Dosing frequency: 1 to 4 times a day
- It is recommended not to eat or drink 30 minutes before taking GHRP-6.
- Please note that before using GHRP-6, avoid carbohydrates and fats, as higher sugar levels will reduce efficiency.