BPC 157 can be prescribed to help repair damage caused by inflammation; promote gut healing; accelerate wound healing and help strengthen and heal tendons, ligaments and bones; and reduce pain from muscle sprains, tears and other tissue damage such as skin burns.
BPC 157 Benefits
IMPROVES JOINT HEALTH – BPC 157 promotes healthy tendon and ligament healing by accelerating the growth and spread of fibroblasts, which are cells found in connective tissues that are involved in the creation of collagen.
MENDS MUSCLES & TENDONS – BPC 157 has muscle and tendon mending properties, which can help repair sports related injury where the tissues need to be rejuvenated or an injury from working out at the gym.
ACCELERATES BONE HEALING – With its well-known fracture and wound healing aspects, BPC 157 injection therapy is known to promote bone repair and improve overall bone health.
PROTECTS AGAINST INTESTINAL & GUT DAMAGE – BPC 157 can help overcome problems related to short gut (short bowel syndrome: SBS) and can help repair damaged tissues caused by inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). It can also act as an anti-ulcer peptidergic agent and an NSAIDs (nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) antidote. NSAIDs can be toxic to the gut and frequent use can lead to ulcers and an irritation of the bowels. BPC 157 is able to counteract symptoms associated with taking aspirins, such as bleeding.
About BPC 157
BPC is a peptide composed of 15 chain sequence of amino acids. It is a partial sequence of body protecting compounds that was discovered in and isolated from human gastric juice.
BPC works by accelerating the rate of angiogenic repair. Angiogenesis is a key dynamic process for wound healing which allows the formation of new blood vessels from old ones and is involved in organization of a microvascular network. It is also strongly associated with the protection of the gastric tract.
For optimum results, BPC 157 is most likely to be effective therapeutically if injected either by intramuscular (IM) or subcutaneous (SUB Q) injection. Most synthetic peptides are not absorbed well by the body if taken orally.