WHAT IS SERMORELIN?
Sermorelin Acetate is a compound that stimulates the pituitary gland to produce growth hormones.
Originally, the FDA approved Sermorelin for growth management in children. Since then, doctors have expanded its use to include adult patients with a wide variety of conditions.
At night, during your body’s natural cycle of growth hormone production, Sermorelin stimulates the pituitary gland during REM sleep. The pituitary gland produces growth hormones which repairs tissue, bones, nerves and more.
POTENTIAL PATIENT BENEFITS
Patients taking Sermorelin for eight weeks may show improvements in:
Week 1: Better sleep
Week 2: Workout benefits
Week 4: Brain function
Week 6: Skin rejuvenation
Week 8: Muscle mass
WHAT WILL SERMORELIN DO FOR ME?
Studies have shown Sermorelin is effective in improving
growth hormone levels. These increased levels of
growth hormones may help your body:
- Recover from injury
- Regenerate damaged nerves
- Strengthen your immune system
- Enhance your cardiovascular system
- Increase energy levels
- Strengthen muscle mass
- Increase bone density
- Improve fat burning ability
- Improve memory and mental clarity
- Improve sex drive
- Increase bone mineral density
- Improve quality of sleep
- Improve skin elasticity
HOW DO I TAKE SERMORELIN?
Sermorelin is available as an injection.
WHAT’S THE SCIENCE BEHIND SERMORELIN?
Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides (GHRP) are hormone peptide sequences
made up of 29 amino acids. Two specific growth hormone releasing peptides, GHRP-2 and GHRP-6, stimulate the pituitary gland’s production of growth hormones. Sermorelin is a growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH). When paired with peptide GHRP-2 and/or GHRP-6, Sermorelin stimulates the release of growth hormones from the pituitary gland. Since different combinations work for different conditions, we offer Sermorelin by itself, with GHRP-2, with GHRP-6, or in combination with both.
WHAT DO I NEED TO KNOW BEFORE TAKING SERMORELIN?”
- Sermorelin should not be taken while pregnant or breastfeeding. If in doubt, ask your doctor for a pregnancy test before starting
- Tell your physician about any medication, supplements and over-the-counter medications you are taking. It is especially important to know if you are taking corticosteroids or thyroid
- Common side effects of Sermorelin include: reactions at the injection site – pain, redness or swelling. Less than 1% of patients report dizziness, flushing, headache or
- Sermorelin should be taken at bedtime.
DO YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS?
Please do not hesitate to call us: 888-501-0233
1736 N. Greenville Ave. | Richardson, TX 75081