Release and Secrete (RAS-2) Sermorelin 6mg and HCG 6,000IU
The combination of Sermorelin and HCG benefits has proven to be a powerful opportunity in the area of anti-aging medicine and hormone support. In functional medicine the target is to slow the age-related decline of specific hormones including growth hormone, progesterone, and testosterone. There may be a synergistic effect with the administration of both together as many of the benefits of Sermorelin and HCG seem to be reported more effective in combination than when administered individually.
Sermorelin acetate is comprised of 29 amino acids and is a synthetic formulation that stimulates the release of Growth Hormone (GH). Sermorelin is a Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) that is produced by the pituitary gland and is necessary for normal growth and development
Sermorelin is also used for anti-aging purposes such as:
*Increases natural production of Human Growth Hormone HGH *Enhanced energy & strength *Improves quality of sleep and helps combat insomnia *Increases IGF-1 levels *Enhances wound healing *Improves Physical and Mental Performance *Enhances calcium retention and bone density *Improves Immune Function
HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadatropin)
We all have a small gland deep within our brain called the hypothalamus. This is a vital part of the body which controls all of our autonomic functions, including breathing, heartbeat, digestion, sleep and the complicated functions of the endocrine (hormone) system. Included in these endocrine functions are the regulation and control of metabolism and weight.
HCG mimics the effects of luteinizing hormone, therefore the administration of HCG is used in certain circumstances to enhance the production of progesterone. In men, HCG injections are used to stimulate the leydig cells in the testicles to synthesize testosterone. Typical uses for HCG in men include hypogonadism and fertility treatment in women.
Hormones also modulate the inflammatory response. The cells that mediate inflammation such as neutrophils and macrophages have receptors for estrogens and androgens that enable them to selectively respond to sex hormone levels in many tissues. Therefore preservation of sex hormone levels is associated with reductions in the risk inflammatory disease. Modern medicine has plenty of medications that are used to try to win the battle of inflammation, but often they just add to the complex problem. A growing body of research is revealing how stress, lack of exercise, abdominal fat and an unhealthy diet can lead to hormone imbalance and inflammation. One significant discovery concerns obesity and the ways it promotes inflammation.
RAS-2 has shown favorable results by observational clinical studies in the areas of: