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Effects + Benefits

What Are Therapeutic Peptides?

Peptides are small proteins or snippets of proteins. Each of them work uniquely to signal for specific cellular or physiological processes, rather than to get broken down into amino acids.

To date, scientists have discovered over 7,000 peptides in nature, many of them naturally occurring in humans. In your body, these peptides orchestrate numerous processes, such as:

Therapeutic peptides are made in the lab to function like natural peptides do in your body. They may be identical to the natural version or chemically improved to make them safer or more effective. Because your body naturally recognizes and works with peptides, they are safe and deliver powerful clinical results when taken at the right dosages, combination, and timing. Depending on your health goals and type of peptides, they may work best orally, intravenously, or through subcutaneous injections. Most therapeutic peptides are administered through subcutaneous injections.


What is ARA-290 and how does it work?

ARA 290 is an 11-amino acid peptide designed and based on a portion of the hormone erythropoietin, which stimulates red blood cell production. However, ARA 290 does not stimulate red blood cell production, but rather it stimulates tissue repair and protection.

Clinical trials found that ARA 290 improves metabolic control and neuropathic symptoms in type 2 diabetics and sarcoidosis patients.

Benefits & Uses For ARA-290

What is BPC-157 and how does it work?

BPC-157 is a peptide with numerous uses. It is a 15-amino acid peptide derived from body protection compound (BPC) found in human stomach digestive juices. Studies show it accelerates healing of many tissues, including those that typically heal slowly, such as tendons and ligaments.

BPC-157 seems to also balance systemic inflammation, increase blood flow to damaged tissues, and relieve pain.

Benefits & Uses of BPC-157

Side Effects

BPC-157 is a systemic peptide, so any route and location of administration will benefit the entire body. However, it may be best to administer near the location that needs the healing. So, taking it orally is better for gut healing purposes.

What is GHK-Cu and how does it work?

GHK-Cu is a 3-amino acid peptide (glycine-histidine-lysine) with copper. It’s naturally found in the plasma, saliva, and urine. This peptide tends to decline with age.

Benefits & Uses of GHK-Cu

GHK-Cu should be used in six-week cycles, limited to four cycles per year.

What is MOTS-c & how does it work?

MOTS-c is a 16-amino acid mitochondrial peptide produced mainly in muscles. It’s also detectable in other tissues and in the blood

Exercise generally boosts MOTS-c levels, so MOTS-c administration replicates many of the benefits of exercise.

Benefits & Uses of MOTS-c

What is Tesamorelin & how does it work?

Growth hormone is a very important anti-aging hormone that helps with cell growth and metabolic efficiency. It also helps with the production of IGF-1 to reproduce and regenerate cells. But your body has a negative feedback system for growth hormone, so injecting GH leads to too much IGF-1, which accelerates cellular aging.

Whereas, growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) gently stimulates the pituitary to release growth hormones without activating the negative feedback. So, you can get the anti-aging, muscle-building, and fat-loss benefits of growth hormone without the side effects of growth hormone injections.

Tesamorelin is a GHRH that increases IGF-1 without disrupting its negative feedback loop. It was initially approved to treat HIV-associated lipodystrophy (increase in mid-section fat between organs due to antiretroviral drugs).

Benefit & Uses of Tesamorelin

**Please note this is just the beginning of what will be offered at Infuzed IV! Schedule your consult with Dr. G to discuss your questions and concerns and let him put the perfect peptide protocol together for you !