Unlike testosterone injections, that may be administered any time during the day, a patient should self-inject Sermorelin Tri-blend in the evening, before bedtime. Patients inject this combination of synthetic hormones subcutaneously (under the skin) using a small insulin needle. Injections are absolutely painless. At first, the injections are administered nightly for a period of time to be determined by the physician, then less frequently as the body gradually reaches the optimal therapeutic level.
Sermorelin, also known as sermorelin acetate, is similar in molecular construction to the GHRP that is naturally produced in the human brain. It contains the first 29 amino acids found in endogenous human GHRH. Sermorelin is classified as a growth hormone secretagogue. Growth hormone secretagogues do not act alone, instead they bind to specific receptors in order to stimulate the pituitary gland into producing and secreting increased levels of HGH.
GHRP-2 is a synthetic peptide consisting of 6 amino acids. It stimulates the release of HGH. GHRP-2 is also a synthetic agonist of ghrelin, a peptide hormone that is produced in the stomach as a response to hunger. GHRP-2 and ghrelin work together to accelerate the production of various hormones that help regulate sleep, stimulate appetite and enhance energy levels.
A synthetic peptide consisting of 28 amino acids, GHRP-6 works similarly to GHRP-2 in that it stimulates the production of HGH, but at perhaps slightly lower levels than GHRP-2. Because it strongly stimulates the hunger response, GHRP-6 can benefit individuals who need to eat more in order to maintain their health. GHRP-6 has demonstrated the ability to increase stamina, promote fat loss, improve muscle mass and boost the body’s anti-inflammatory responses.