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European USA Special Line Hexarelin Human Hormone Muscle Building Supplement Safe Clearance
CAS No.: 140703-51-1
Brand Name: unewlife
Grade: Pharm medicine Grade
MFG: each batch fresh in 2022
Shelf Life: 2 years proper storage
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Hexarelin (Hexarelin Acetate) is a synthetic hexapeptide in the growth factor family which stimulates the release of growth hormone (GH) and does not interfere with the body’s ability to produce its own GH.
Structurally, Hexarelin (Hexarelin Acetate) is similar in structure to GHRP-6 but without the appetite increase because of its inability to drastically increase Ghrelin levels which is responsible for the increased appetite and quicker gastric emptying.
Hexarelin is a synthetic growth hormone secretagogue made from six amino acids. It contains powerful growth hormone releasing properties in the human body.
In another trial done with six old beagles, its effectiveness in the restoration of growth hormone as well as whether or not it was a reasonable source for muscle restoration underwent testing. The treatment included sixteen weeks of Hexarelin administered. In the administration process, the dogs took three days of the peptide and then two days off. By the end of the sixteen weeks, it was determined that Hexarelin was able to improve some indices of body composition in the beagles.
There are several benefits to using Hexarelin in your workout regimen. For bodybuilders and fitness gurus the most common use it to gain muscle and enhance body strength. However, that is more in the realm of bulking. When it comes to cutting, Hexarelin can help because of its ability to aid in fat burning.
If that isn’t enough. Hexarelin is useful for things other than its capabilities with bulking and cutting. It is also useful in the treatment of injury. What do we mean by this? Simple, Hexarelin speeds up joint and muscle recovery. Therefore, that injury that’s keeping you out of the gym doesn’t stand a chance.
The best part about this peptide therapy is that it is not like anabolic steroids. In other words, you won’t experience the same damaging side effects associated with steroids.
Improves Joint & Muscle Healing
Improves Muscle Gain
Fat Burning Capabilities
Like most situations, if you follow dosing protocol correctly, you are less likely to experience negative effects of Hexarelin. The side effects of Hexarelin are typically mild. They include things like low libido, increased cortisol levels, and increased levels of prolactin.
How Does Hexarelin Work
The primary function of hexarelin is to trigger the release of growth hormone from the anterior pituitary gland. Hexarelin follows multiple courses of action to achieve this purpose.
Hexarelin mimics the action of a naturally occurring hormone called ghrelin. Ghrelin is mainly synthesized in the stomach, and it travels via the bloodstream to bind with the growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHS-R1a) located in the hippocampus.
This subsequent binding stimulates a wide array of physiological pathways such as the release of growth hormone (GH), protecting cardiomyocytes, regulating body weight, and developing the musculoskeletal system.
Hexarelin also binds with growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHS-R1a) (3) similar to ghrelin to initiate a phospholipid-dependent protein kinase (PKC) signaling pathway (1). This leads to the amplified release of growth hormone (GH) due to the coordinated action of the hypothalamus as well as the pituitary gland.
Hexarelin is also known to limit the release of somatostatin, also sometimes referred to as growth hormone-inhibiting hormone (GHIH). This leads to higher serum levels of growth hormone (GH).
The availability of growth hormone secretagogue receptor (GHS-R1a) in the peripheral organs like the heart, bones, adrenal gland, and digestive tract means that hexarelin can also trigger a localized effect. Particularly, the binding of hexarelin with cardiac receptors called CD36 (3) is a growing area of research.
Hexarelin stimulates other endocrine pathways such as ACTH to cause the release of prolactin as well as cortisol.
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