NeuroRegen Peptide Protocol
Peptide Programs

NeuroRegen Peptide Protocol

This blend of peptides has been successful in regenerating a damaged, tired, and sluggish brain for former Special Forces soldiers, MMA fighters, and NFL athletes. If you’re trying to recover from a brain injury, improve your focus/mental acuity, or get an edge at work, this peptide protocol can help optimize your cognitive function and heal your nervous system.

Peptide protocols is a synthetic peptide that binds to TREK-1, a protein involved in mood, memory, and learning. Due to its potential applications in areas such as depression, learning disorders, stroke recovery, and Alzheimer’s disease, this peptide is currently being researched by scientists and clinicians. With its unique chemical structure and affinity for TREK-1, PE-22-28 has the potential to become an important tool for treating many neurological conditions.

Epithalon is a synthetic version of the polypeptide Epithalamin, which is naturally produced in humans. It is secreted in the epithalamium-epiphyseal region of the brain, and its primary functions are to regulate metabolism in the epiphysis, increase sensitivity of hypothalamus to hormonal influences, and normalize function of the anterior pituitary gland. Epithalamin also acts as an antioxidant and has been shown to lengthen telomeres in human cells. Additionally, it reduces lipid oxidation and ROS levels, while also normalizing T cell function. Clinical studies have also shown that it restores and normalizes melatonin levels in older patients who have lost some pineal function.

CJC 1295 Ipamorelin is a GH-Secretagogue and ghrelin receptor agonist. It is potently stimulate ghrelin, but does not increase appetite to the same extent as other GH-Secretagogues. It also doesn’t release cortisol, acetylcholine, prolactin and aldosterone to the same degree, making it a more selective GH Secretagogue.

BPC 157 is a pentadecapeptide made up of 15 amino acids. It’s a partial sequence of the body protection compound (BPC) that’s found in human gastric juice. It’s been experimentally shown to accelerate the healing of various wounds, including tendon-to-bone and ligament damage. BPC 157 also protects organs and prevents gastric ulcers. Systemically, it acts in the digestive tract to combat leaky gut, IBS, gastrointestinal cramps, and Crohn’s disease. This peptide is also known for exhibiting analgesic characteristics. Those who suffer from muscle discomfort due to sprains, tears or damage may benefit from treatment with this peptide. It can also help heal skin burns.

  • Inject subcutaneously into the abdomen or buttocks in the evening. 5 days on and 2 days off.