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StrengthPeptide Protocol

Strength Peptide Protocol
Peptide Programs

Strength Peptide Protocol


MGF is a variant of IGF-1 that is produced by muscles in response to mechanical stress. This protein plays an important role in muscle repair and growth, activating satellite stem cells that allow the damaged tissue to recover and grow bigger and stronger. To ensure that MGF has the proper half-life for effective muscle repair, it must be PEGylated during the compounding process.


Peptide protocols are used by doctors as a preventative measure to protect against chronic diseases and improve memory and learning processes. They also have anti-thrombotic and fibrinolytic effects, as well as gastric protective effects. Additionally, peptides such as ACTH/MSH-like peptides (melanocortins) are thought to have beneficial effects on brain function, including attention, learning, and memory formation. These peptides are also used in the treatment of conditions related to brain circulation dysfunction, such as anxiety, stroke, nerve regeneration, ADHD, opioid withdrawal, and chronic diseases like ALS and Alzheimer’s disease. One example of a commonly used peptide protocol is (MEHFPGP) is the analog of ACTH (4-10) that has prolonged neurotropic activity and thus is a good candidate for medical therapy.

CJC 1295/GHRP6:

GHRP-6 is a stimulator of natural Growth Hormone Release from the anterior pituitary. GHRP-6 is also a ghrelin/growth hormone receptor agonist. It has been found to have positive effects on the heart muscle, memory formation, scar formation, sex motivation and the neurons involved in Parkinson’s disease.

  • One month supply of peptides. 20 syringes included.
  • Protocol: Take 1 each day Monday-Friday. Rest on weekends.
  • All peptides ship on ice and must be refrigerated upon being received.