Product name: GHRP-2 5mg
Bottle: Premium Glass Vial
Quantity: 1 x GHRP-2 5mg
Classification: Premium Research Peptides
GHRP-2 is a peptide that stimulates growth hormone release in healthy adult subjects however it reduces the hunger attributes associated with GHRP-6 making it a lean muscle peptide rather than a bulk muscle peptide.
Made up of 6 amino acids, GHRP-2 makes it easier for subjects to build muscle mass and lose fatty deposits. GHRP-2 has also been reported to result in more libido, better skin and hair quality among other attributes.
GHRP-2 is sold in vials containing 5MG of lyophilised powder which can be reconstituted by adding a convenient amount of sterile or bacteriostatic water.
Elite Scientific Research:
GHRP-2 (Pralmorelin) is a short hexa-peptide that stimulates growth hormone release in healthy adult subjects. Made up of only 6 amino acids GHRP-2 makes it easier for subjects to build muscle mass and lose fatty deposits.
It is a synthetic agonist of ghrelin, the newly-discovered gut peptide which binds to the growth hormone secretagogue receptor. Ghrelin has been shown to have two major effects, stimulating both growth hormone secretion and appetite/meal initiation.
This means that a subject taking GHRP-2 will both increase the amount of growth hormone secreted by the pituitary gland, and gain all the associated benefits in lean muscle growth and weight loss associated with this increase, and increase a subjects hunger.
However this increase in hunger is much less significant than that associated with GHRP-6. It reduces the hunger attributes often associated with GHRP-6 significantly meaning it was not suitable for increasing food intake in healthy men even though it results in increased hunger.
It was also under investigation for the treatment of GHD and pituitary dwarfism and made it to phase II clinical trials for these indications.
GHRP-2 has also been reported to result in higher libido, better skin and hair quality among other attributes.
Laferrère B., Abraham C., Russell C. D., Bowers C. Y., Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide -2 (GHRP-2), like ghrelin, increases food intake in healthy men, The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, 2005, 90(2), 611–614.
Adis Editorial, Pralmorelin, Drugs in R & D. Springer International Publishing, 2004, 5(4), 236–239.
Tuilpakov A. N., Bulatov A. A., Peterkova V. A., Elizarova G. P., Volevodz N. N., Bowers C.Y., Growth hormone (GH)-releasing effects of synthetic peptide GH-releasing peptide-2 and GH-releasing hormone (1-29NH2) in children with GH insufficiency and idiopathic short stature, Metabolism, 1995, 44(9), 1199-204.