BPC-157 is a completely natural amino acid chain found in the digestive track. It is essential if not critical for repair and healing of the digestive track and other organs of the body according to the lecture series of Dr. Marc Gordon, M.D. BPC-157 is composed of fifteen amino acids composed in a chain. It is especially useful in boosting and protecting nitric oxide generation, gene expression, blood vessel growth, wound healing, and hormone regulation with emphasis in the GI nervous system. Its role in protecting the GI tract mucosal lining is accomplished by its spread of fibroblasts in vivo and in vitro causing these cells to proliferate and spread faster. This is accomplished by stimulating F-actin formation in fibroblasts. Also, this same proliferation helps with the healing of ischemic injury in patients with cardiovascular problems. Third, it helps with VEGFR2 receptor activation in the nitric oxide signaling pathway. Fourth, it is a strong anti-oxidant because it neutralizes oxidative stress markers such as malondialdehyde. Last and most importantly, it is know to counteract the unwanted bleeding effects, catalepsy, and somatosensory disturbances of NSAIDs (Ibuprofen) as well as many heart drug medications.
We offer homeopathic BPC-157 Sublingual Spray at a reduced price of 49.50 US dollars per bottle (Retail value = $89.99). 8ml bottle, 500IU liquid (60 sprays). Apply sublingually or topically for best effects. Ingredients: distilled water, homeopathicmicro-lipolysed protein BPC-157.
Figure One. Ligament healing. Upper half of photo: Microscopic presentation of transected ligament healing at postsurgery day 2 in control (C, left) and BPC 157 treated rats (B, right). (HE, objective ×40). Exudation containing neutrophils and few mononuclear cells in fibrilary fibrin is present in control rats (C, left).
Ref. see https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1002/jor.21107
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