|Other name:||Bepecin, BPC-157|
|Main usage:||wound healing|
Top quality over 98.0% purity produced by GMP guideline factory
Large scale up to hundreds of kilograms per year
Flexible packing methods for small and commercial quantity
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BPC 157 (Body Protection Compound-157) is a pentadecapeptide made up of 15 amino acids. The amino acids sequence in BPC 157 is similar to a portion of the human BPC amino acid sequence. Human BPC is found in the gastric juice. Experiments have shown that BPC 157 enhances the healing of wounds.
Known as a “stable gastric pentadecapeptide”, primarily because it is stable in human gastric juice, can cause an anabolic healing effect in both the upper and lower GI tract, has an antiulcer effect, and produces a therapeutic effect on inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) – all again surprisingly free of side effects. Its potential to heal damaged joints and muscles, and to enable a quick recovery and return to the gym are deemed ideal for those carrying out high intensity exercise regimes.
White to off-white amorphous powder
Molecular Ion Mass
Amino Acid Composition
Purity (HPLC) :
NLT 98.0 %
Total impurities <2.0%
Any individual impurity: <1.0%
Acetic acid (HPLC)
Effect of BPC 157
BPC 157 peptide can contribute to wound healing due to muscle and tendon rejuvenating properties through accelerating the rate of angiogenic repair. It repair the damage that is caused by inflammation, promote the healing of tendons of ligaments, speed up bone healing and protect the gut from damage caused by pain killer Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAIDs).
· Promote tendon and ligament healing
· Has a variety of protective effects in the organs
· human trials demonstrate healing and prevention of stomach ulcers
· Tendon-to-bone healing effective
· Repair the damage from inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
· Reverse systemic corticosteroid-impaired muscle healing
Side effect of BPC 157
No adverse reactions have been seen in human trials.
GMP guildeline Factory
This product is only for research use.