||GHRP-2 (Pralmorelin) (5mg/vial,10vials/kit)
||GHRP-2 Acetate; (DES-ALA3)-GROWTH HORMONE-RELEASING PEPTIDE-2
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|Single Impurity (HPLC)
|Amino Acid Composition
||±10% of theoretical
|Peptide Content (N%)
|Water Content(Karl Fischer)
|Acetate Content (HPIC)
GHRP-2 and Ipamorelin are all very similar in their modes of action, they work to increase GHRP-2 (GH) levels in the human body by increasing secretion of the hormone Ghrelin. On a milligram for milligram basis they are all fairly equal in their ability to increase GH levels in the human body, with GHRP-2 being slightly more efficient.
The major differences between the 3 GHRP peptides lays in their side effects. GHRP-6 causes a significant increase in hunger for many, therefore making it good for people looking to "bulk" but no so good for those trying to lose fat. GHRP-2 is often preferred for people dieting as it does not stimulate hunger, however it does raise cortisol (a stress hormone), prolactin (a hormone which can diminish sex drive) and aldosterone (a hormone which promotes water retention) more than GHRP-6 and Ipamorelin. Ipamorelin is similar to GHRP-6 in that it causes an increase in hunger (but its not as dramatic as GHRP-6). However, since it does not raise cortisol, prolactin or aldosterone at recommended dosages it is a preferred choice for those who are sensitive to these hormones.
GHRP-2 basically acts exactly like ghrelin. It can induce food consumption just like ghrelin and stimulate GH secretion, too. When infused, GHRP-2 makes the GH levels in the body increase a lot and it can induce cell cAMP secretion the way that GRF tends to, as well.
Aside from that, the supplements of GHRP-2 are known to be anti-inflammatory. This peptide is known to encourage appetite and hunger. It does this by stimulating the release of Ghrelin, which is also a peptide observed in the stomach, that advertises urge for food and gastric emptying. GHPR-2 is also used for a range of other medical issues, which include, correcting production, and also promoting excess weight gain in the abnormally thin individuals.
Usage of Peptides Ghrp 2
Increases protein synthesis and stimulates the growth of new muscle tissue.
Recuperative effects on joints and injuries; Connective tissue strengthening and bone mineral density
Enhanced GH secretion also leads to the liver secreting, which is thought to be the primary anabolic mechanism of action for GH
Allows for normal growth in short children with GH deficiency.
Increases muscle mass (and physical strength if combined with moderate exercise).
Reduces wrinkling of the skin and some other effects of skin aging.
Re-grows internal organs that have atrophied with age.
Causes hyperplasia, the increase of more muscle cells.
It increases muscle mass through the creation of new muscle cells (which differs from hypertrophy).
It promotes lipolysis, which results in the reduction of adipose tissue (body fat).
Increased bone density.
How do GHRP-2 and GHRP-6 differ from Each Other?
While both of these amino acid peptides release GH, theres a noticeable difference in GHRP-6, which speeds up digestion allowing for larger consumption of food. Its worth adding that this particular peptide is a first-generation GHRP.
What distinguishes GHRP-2 is its ability to cause growth hormone to be released more intensely. This second-generation GHRP is best for those who wants to get the absolute most value from the GH releases. On the other hand, if increasing low appetite is the main concern GHRP-6 would be best.
||Soluble in water or acetic acid to give a clear, colorless solution
||Amino Acid Composition
||±10% of theoretical
||Peptide Purity (By HPLC)
||>95.0% by area integration
||Related Substance(By HPLC)
||Total Impurities(%) <5.0% Largest Single Impurity(%)<1.0%
||Acetate Content (By HPLC)
||Water Content (Karl Fischer)
||Peptide Content(By N determination)