Ghrp-2 is the shortened name for 'growth hormone releasing peptide 2' and it is a custom synthesized pharmacy drug classified in the family of growth hormone peptides. It works by stimulating the pituitary gland, which in turn causes the gland to produce more specific growth hormones while simultaneously limiting the effects of somatostatin, a hormone that limits growth hormone production within the body. Ghrp-2 may, in some users, help to decrease body fat, increase endurance, increase collagen production, improve sleep, enhance the building of muscle mass, improve wound healing, and more.
Those interested in building muscle mass, or anti-aging, might consider talking to their doctor to decide if ghrp-2 is advisable for their use.
Your compounding pharmacist can compound ghrp-2 into multiple forms of delivery. Common forms of delivery are powders and injections. Consult with your compounding pharmacist and physician to decide which form is right for you if your doctor advises you and approves of your use of ghrp-2. Always follow your doctor's specific directions when using any drug or medication.
Side effects are possible with the use of ghrp-2. Watch your body and observe. If you encounter any side effects that are worsening or persisting, contact your doctor right away. A few of the possible side effects are listed below, but note that your body may react uniquely to ghrp-2 and other side effects may occur. Always err on the side of caution and contact your doctor if you experience anything that is concerning or troubling in any way.
All patients considering the use of any new drug, medication, or hormone therapy should first consult with their doctor before beginning use as it is important for them to know your complete medical history, and to be aware of any medications that you are currently using or have recently used.
Ghrp-2 may be contraindicated for persons with any of the following conditions, diseases, situations, or other:
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