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CJC-1295 & Ipamorelin Blend (10mg)
CJC-1295 & Ipamorelin blend is Synthesized and Lyophilized in the USA.
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Potential of CJC-1295 & Ipamorelin Blend
Ipamorelin is a growth hormone (GH) secretagogue that has been extensively studied in the diverse biological milieu. It happens to be one of the most selective secretagogues and is an apparent potent agonist of the growth hormone/ghrelin secretagogue receptor. This selectivity is attributed to the fact that Ipamorelin does not, in any way, appear to affect the secretion of other pituitary hormones. These include prolactin, follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH), luteinizing hormone (LH), thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), or Adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH).
Ipamorelin appears to act via the molecular mimicry of the natural hormone ghrelin, which triggers and stimulates the release of the growth hormone. This whole process is regulated by a negative feedback mechanism, which nullifies any ill effects of excess GH production. Since the ghrelin receptors are present in many different parts of the body, including the brain, heart, lungs, gastrointestinal tract, adipose tissue, kidney, pancreas, and immune system, Ipamorelin may be seen to affect all these systems. Based on their observations, researchers have reported that Ipamorelin may improve bowel movement and gastric function, enhancing the development and repair of muscles, facilitating the release of insulin hormone from the pancreas, and stimulating the growth of bones. In addition to all these functions, Ipamorelin may also be involved in cellular repair, skin rejuvenation, increased collagen production, and overall freshness to the skin. It has also been suggested to improve cognitive function and sleep quality, strengthen the immune system and reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. CJC-1295 & Ipamorelin blend has been used in adjunction to potentially stimulate balanced muscle growth and improve injury recovery time, sleep, and cognitive function.
Peptide CJC-1295 is a synthetic analog of a naturally-occurring peptide hormone, somatocrinin. It is also reported to promote the release of GH via stimulation of the growth hormone-releasing hormone receptor. They are mainly suggested to cause secretion of the growth hormone in a pulsatile manner. Since this process is also regulated via a negative feedback mechanism, ill-effects of excessive growth hormone production appear to be avoided. They have also been associated with high selectivity and a beneficial influence on the development and growth of muscles, lean body mass, bone health, and insulin resistance. In addition to this, CJC-1295 may have anti-aging effects. Alba et al. reports that mice treated every 48 and 72 h reached higher body weight and length than placebo-treated animals. It is suggested to be involved in cellular repair and regeneration processes as well. More specifically, the researchers share that they conducted an additional investigation into the potential of CJC-1295 on a murine model of GHRH gene ablation (GHRHKO) and related growth decline. It was hypothesized that the CJC-1295 group displayed apparently normal body weight and length, which potentially indicates a positive growth response. When evaluating the possible impact of CJC-1295 on bone length and body composition, the femur and tibia length appeared to remain within normal ranges, as well as lean mass and subcutaneous fat mass. Further analysis revealed that CJC-1295 influence potentially led to an increase in total pituitary RNA and GH mRNA levels. This may possibly suggest that the introduction of the peptide may have potentially caused a proliferation of somatotroph cells, which are the natural cells with GH-producing potential in the pituitary gland. The hypothetical presence of these proliferating cells was suggested through immunohistochemistry images. CJC-1295 has also been suggested to be beneficial to the immune system and cognitive function. Research on animal systems has indicated that combinatorial use of CJC-1295 & Ipamorelin blend may bring about improved benefits. They appear to positively influence the growth hormone axis through two different pathways but do not increase the possible side effects of treatment.
CJC 1295 Specifications
Molecular Formula: C152H252N44O42
Molecular Weight: 3647.954 g/mol
PubChem: CID 56841945
Other: DOES NOT CONTAIN DAC
Molecular Formula: C38H49N9O5
Molecular Weight: 711.85 g/mol
PubChem: CID 20754357
CAS Number: 170851-70-4
Ipamorelin Peptide and The Digestive System
Ipamorelin appears to exert a positive action on gastric function by its possible activation of the ghrelin receptors. In one study, the researchers investigated the potential mechanisms involved in the apparent acceleration of gastric emptying by Ipamorelin. Gastric emptying was measured by determining the percentage of total recovered radioactivity remaining in the stomach 15 minutes after intragastric gavage of a specific substance. The scientists commented that abdominal surgery may have caused a delay in gastric emptying, with a notable amount of the meal potentially remaining in the stomach in the vehicle control group. However, Ipamorelin appeared to cause a significant acceleration of gastric emptying compared to the vehicle control group. This suggests that Ipamorelin may have the potential to speed up the process of gastric emptying. The researchers then assessed the potential action of Ipamorelin on the contractility of gastric smooth muscle induced by acetylcholine and electrical field stimulation. The results suggested that abdominal surgery and intestinal manipulation may lead to a marked inhibition of the contractile responses of gastric smooth muscle to acetylcholine and electrical field stimulation. However, this inhibition may have been reversed when Ipamorelin and ghrelin were co-presented. This suggests that Ipamorelin may hypothetically stimulate gastric contractility and may potentially reverse the inhibitory action caused by the procedures.
As a consequence of its potential in digestive functioning, the peptide may therefore increase appetite and weight gain. According to one trial, Ipamorelin may have induced an apparent increase, by approximately 15%, in body weight of the test models. It is hypothesized that Ipamorelin potentially increased the weights of fat pads in relation to body weight, which hypothetically led to an increase in relative body fat as quantified by dual energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA). Additionally, Ipamorelin appeared to potentially increase the levels of serum leptin, a hormone believed to be involved in regulating energy balance and appetite. Therefore, the researchers posited that food intake may have been increased in the Ipamorelin groups.
CJC-1295 Peptide and the Pituitary Gland
CJC-1295 appears to target the GHRH receptor of pituitary cells, potentially interacting with specific binding sites on the receptor protein. This interaction may lead to changes in the receptor’s structure, potentially initiating a series of molecular events that may activate signal transduction pathways within the target cells. The binding-induced conformational changes may facilitate the activation of G-proteins, which are signaling proteins hypothesized to be found on the intracellular side of the GHRH receptor. Once activated, these G-proteins may stimulate the production of second messengers like cAMP or IP3, which possibly act as secondary signaling molecules, potentially further propagating the signal within the cell. These second messengers, particularly cAMP, may activate protein kinases, enzymes considered responsible for phosphorylating target proteins. Protein kinases play a possible role in regulating various cellular processes. The activation of protein kinases may lead to the phosphorylation of transcription factors, which are proteins that potentially play a role in controlling gene expression. Phosphorylated transcription factors may enter the nucleus and potentially modulate the transcription of specific genes that have been associated with growth hormone synthesis and secretion. Overall, the molecular events apparently triggered by the binding of CJC-1295 potentially result in the fusion of secretory vesicles containing growth hormone with the plasma membrane. This fusion may enable the release of growth hormone outside the pituitary cells, possibly allowing it to exert biological action.
CJC-1295 & Ipamorelin Blend – Potential Synergy
Ipamorelin appears to work by increasing the basal expression of GH. CJC-1295 may then act upon the higher basal levels of GH to potentially improve the threshold for both high and low GH levels while maintaining the hormone expression cycle. CJC-1295 & Ipamorelin blend may positively influence the body by improving lean body mass, better utilization of insulin, superior muscle development, and overall improved metabolic capabilities. This is suggested by the positive nitrogen balance reported in some studies. In one trial, researchers aimed to examine the metabolic potential of Ipamorelin on specific hepatic indicators of alpha-amino-nitrogen conversion during catabolism apparently induced by steroids. The researchers assessed the hepatic capacity for synthesizing urea-N (CUNS), which is a potential indicator of nitrogen metabolism in the liver. They measured the apparent levels of messenger RNA (mRNA) associated with urea cycle enzymes in the liver, evaluated the overall nitrogen balance of the body, and hypothesized the nitrogen contents of various organs. It is suggested that Ipamorelin possibly resulted in a 20% reduction in CUNS when compared to the catabolic state induced by steroids. Additionally, it may have potentially lowered the expression of urea cycle enzymes, restored nitrogen balance, and hypothetically normalized or improved the nitrogen contents in organs.
Finally, since these peptides appear to have slightly different pharmacokinetics, their combinational use may have wide benefits. CJC-1295 (when with DAC) appears to possess a longer half-life of about 6-8 days, which would mean a sustained increase in growth hormone levels. Having an apparent shorter half-life, Ipamorelin is likely to produce quick action and be cleared rapidly from the blood. Therefore, the two peptides may be used to provide a rapid onset of action with Ipamorelin and prolonged effects with CJC-1295.
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Dr. Usman (BSc, MBBS, MaRCP) completed his studies in medicine at the Royal College of Physicians, London. He is an avid researcher with more than 30 publications in internationally recognized peer-reviewed journals. Dr. Usman has worked as a researcher and a medical consultant for reputable pharmaceutical companies such as Johnson & Johnson and Sanofi.