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GHRP-6 Sermorelin Blend Injections

Sermorelin Acetate Therapy with GHRP-6

With Sermorelin Acetate Therapy, it is possible to restore youthful vitality and alleviate the effects of the aging process that result from Human Growth Hormone Deficiency. Sermorelin is a safe and effective hormone substitute which has the capability to naturally stimulate the Human Pituitary Gland in order to encourage the secretion of our own internal stores of Human Growth Hormone.

HGH is created by endocrine organs known as Somatotrophs located in the Anterior Pituitary. Although as we grow older, the body drastically slows down production of HGH over time, the Somatotrophs never lose their ability to produce healthy levels of HGH. This is why Sermorelin Injections are an effective treatment for Growth Hormone Deficiency.

What is Sermorelin?

Sermorelin is the bio-synthetic form of a hormone naturally produced by the hypothalamus, known as Growth Hormone-Releasing Hormone. GH-RH is the means by which the brain sends a request to the pituitary to release HGH. GH-RH is delivered from the Hypothalamus to the Pituitary Gland via a pathway of blood vessels known as the Hypophyseal Portal System.

How is Sermorelin different from Bio-Identical HGH?

Unlike Bio-Identical Human Growth Hormone Replacement Therapy, Sermorelin Acetate is not structurally identical to GH-RH, but Sermorelin Acetate is functionally capable of producing the same biological effect on the body that is achieved naturally through GH-RH. Sermorelin Acetate is a truncated form of GH-RH, which means that the bio-synthetic hormone is structurally identical to the active portions of the GH-RH molecule, while omitting portions of the molecule that are inert and do not encourage the release of HGH. Although the Sermorelin molecule is not naturally produced by the body, there are no adverse effects related to the exogenous nature of the hormone. The treatment is perfectly safe.

HGH Decline Begins around Thirty

Adult Human Growth Hormone production reaches its peak by the time we reach the age of around twenty. Over the course of our twenties, we maintain high levels of HGH production which help us sustain ourselves physically, cognitively, and psychologically. By the time we reach the age of thirty, however, Growth Hormone Production starts to decline at a slow, yet insipid rate of one to two percent each year. Although this may not sound like a significant amount at first, this amounts to an average reduction in endogenous HGH production of around 14% every ten years! By the time a decade of decline has occurred, the human body only produces 40% of the Human Growth Hormone emitted during the period of peak production in our early twenties.

Symptoms of HGH Deficiency

This decline in HGH secretion does not come without significant health consequences. HGH Deficiency is correlated with a number of symptoms and and syndromes that we take for granted as simply a part of the aging process, such as:

Immune Suppression

Decreased Cognitive Sharpness

Wrinkles and Deep Lines

Increased Adipose Fat, Especially around the Midsection

Reduced Libido

Fatigue

Reduced Willpower and Motivation

Many Other Symptoms throughout the Body

Benefit of Sermorelin Vs. Other Treatments

Although HGH Hormone Replacement Therapy is a safe and effective means of restoring healthy Human Growth Hormone Levels, Sermorelin Acetate Injections completely eliminate the risk of overdose while encouraging the Pituitary Gland to be responsible for the dispensation of  HGH rather than self-administration techniques. Sermorelin Acetate presents no risk of HGH Overdose because HGH production by the pituitary is down-regulated by effective biological negative feedback mechanisms.

Sermorelin and Somatostatins

When the brain feels that the human body has a sufficient amount of Human Growth Hormone necessary to maintain optimal health and hormone balance, the hypothalamus releases the inhibitory hormone Somatostatin, which blocks the uptake of Sermorelin and GH-RH by the Hypothalamus, preventing the brain from overloading the body with excess HGH. Because of the effectiveness of Somatostatin at effectively regulating the pituitary, the risk of Growth Hormone Overdose Via Sermorelin Injection is nearly impossible

Clinical Body Fat Reduction Using Sermorelin

Clinical trials show that after a single year of Sermorelin Acetate Therapy, it is possible to achieve a 20% reduction in adipose fat tissue. The majority of this fat tissue is eradicated from the midsection. Fat from the waist, hips, and stomach decline by around 30% while weight loss occurs via marginal areas of body fat such as the legs, arms, neck, and chest at a mass percentage of around 13%.

Sermorelin is Delivered Via Injection

Sermorelin Acetate is a low risk treatment which is delivered via small injections just below the top layers of the skin, known as subcutaneous injection. These shots are simple to administer and patients generally perform their own injections in the privacy of their own homes or offices.

Why is Sermorelin Combined with GHRP-6?

Many treatment protocols combine Sermorelin Acetate Therapy with GHRP-6. GHRP-6 is a synthetic hormone which functions similarly to Sermorelin by encouraging the healthy stimulation of the Pituitary Gland. Although the two hormones achieve the same end, they do so via different chemical pathways and enzyme reactions. GHRP-6 is useful because it helps emulate the normal biological cycle of HGH Release, providing more noticeable gains in HGH Levels than Sermorelin Acetate injections alone while still producing biologically safe levels of Human Growth Hormone.

GHRP-6 and Ghrelin

GHRP-6 shares no significant structural similarity to any hormone produced naturally by the human body, but synthetic GHRP-6 has been proven to encourage the production of Growth Hormone by simulating the biological effect of the hormone Ghrelin on pituitary stimulation. Ghrelin is primarily produced by the stomach and plays a significant role in gastrointestinal function, but the hormone also influences HGH production as well, which is not surprising considering that Human Growth Hormone stimulates cellular metabolism. Ghrelin is an acronym for Growth Hormone-Releasing Peptide.

The Effect of Age On GH-RH Production

GH-RH is released at its highest rates during our youth, which corresponds directly with the rate at which our pituitary releases HGH at its most abundant. As we grow older, GH-RH levels start to decline, leading directly to a deficiency of Human Growth Hormone which speeds up the aging process and reduces overall health and well being as a result. HGH Deficiency is also referred to as Hypopituitarism, relating to the suppression of pituitary function that causes the organ to release insufficient levels of vital Growth Hormone.

Phases of HGH Decline

At first, the effects of Hypopituitarism are qualitative in nature and relatively hard to measure, yet vivid to experience. Low HGH first affects energy levels, which can affect overall motivation and suppress innate desires. After energy levels start to decline, the body starts to experience greater levels of fatigue on a physical level. Aside from being sapped of mental energy, the human body loses its ability to sustain itself in the face of high levels of activity. Endurance starts to decrease significantly, and during this period, the body becomes less prepared for high levels of physical exertion and gains from exercise start to decline.

Also, the body’s capacity for restorative sleep starts to drop, exacerbating further decline. During the third phase of HGH Deficiency, overall health starts to deteriorate as well. Early in this phase, aesthetic skin health starts to decline rapidly as wrinkles and deep creases start to develop. Cholesterol and Triglyceride levels increase, hypertension often develops as a result of cardiovascular strain and arterial plaques. The body begins to seep calcium from deep within the bones, which inevitably leads to symptoms of osteoporosis over time. During this phase, the body not only responds less readily to exercise, but it will be difficult to make significant gains at all, and in the worst cases, exercise will only serve to prevent muscle atrophy from occurring.

Goal of Sermorelin Therapy

Sermorelin Therapy with GHRP-6 has the potential to alleviate or even reverse many of the symptoms of HGH Deficiency and aging listed above. The Conscious Evolution Institute is one of the premier Anti-Aging Clinics in the country, and we specialize in the legal and legitimate use of Hormone Replacement Therapy as a means to encourage a longer life with enhanced health outcomes. Our fully-trained and board-certified staff of clinical specialists and physicians are dedicated to helping our patients live a longer and healthier life that is full of vigor, energy, and characterized by an overwhelming sense of well-being.

 Sermorelin and GHRP-6

Sermorelin Acetate Therapy with GHRP-6 is a verified safe, effective, and biologically self-containing means to stimulate the pituitary to produce healthy and normal levels of Human Growth Hormone by emulating the effects of GH-RH and Ghrelin on Somatotroph activity. Sermorelin GHRP-6 is available at numerous pharmacies across the United States and is generally compounded on site by a licensed pharmacist. Sermorelin Therapy is not subject to the same restrictions as Bio-Identical Human Growth Hormone, and is available with a physician’s prescription.

Unlike HGH Hormone Replacement Therapy, there are no legal restrictions placed on the prescribing physician in regard to his or her medical expertise and opinion, and as a result, Sermorelin Injections can be prescribed off-label in order to treat many symptoms of HGH Deficiency that have been clinically shown to be beneficial, yet have not yet been approved by the FDA.