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If you are looking for recommended dosage information regarding your research with peptides you will find it under the menu PEPTIDE DOSAGE INFORMATION Please note that all information on this site was sourced online from several different websites including web forums

We also have a section with articles relating to each Peptide which you will find it under the menu PEPTIDE ARTICLES

Peptides Information for research use only

All products listed are intended for research purposes only.
We do not promote the personal use of these products.

What are Peptides?

peptides are short chains of amino acids linked together. If there are only two amino acids then the peptide is a dipeptide. Similarly there are tripeptides, tetrapeptides, and so on. If the number of amino acids in the chain reaches around ten or so, such substances are called polypeptides, while large polypeptides are called proteins. There is no particular agreed size at which a large polypeptide becomes a small protein, but generally polypeptides have molecular weights of a few thousand, while proteins have molecular weights of tens of thousands. Depending on which amino acids are involved, between seven and ten amino acids will add about 1000 to the molecular weight.

Peptides will help the muscle or soft tissue in this rebuilding healing process.

Muscle mass can be built quickly because the athlete can make small tears in a muscle and have it heal on a rapid schedule to continuously repeat the process – the end effect being increased muscle mass and reduced body fat in a shorter timeframe.

The bodybuilding community use peptides that are most effective in this second way as newer peptides don’t come with the side-effects of anabolic steroids.

Are Peptides just for men?

A female looking to imitate her own natural frequent mini pulses of gh would do well to use CJC-1295 DAC, as it imitates her own pulses.

But can you stack it and make it more effective… the quick answer is YES!! the long answer is as follows

GHRP-6 is from the first generation of GHRPs and causes significant release of growth hormone by itself, due both to its suppression of somatostatin (an antagonist to GHRH) and stimulation of release of GH from the anterior pituitary. It does increase cortisol but not as significantly as say Hexarelin, it does though increase hunger and sadly unlike Ghrelin does not cause fat loss… not on its own, but only through GH release…but used in moderation with CJC-1295 DAC as above the results can be outstanding, seeing a marked increase in GH release, and the benefits that go along with that, of fat loss, improved skin tone, muscle tone, muscle recovery, even improved liver function, and increased igf levels leading to increased muscle growth, as well as helping any existing injuries by protecting tendons and joints.

Why isn't there as much in this vial as my other vials?

Each aliquot of peptide is deposited into each vial via machine. The vial is then stoppered and moved inside the lyophilizer. Once in the lyophilizer, the vial is then given a nitrogen flush to rid any contaminates. This is the phase that will determine the appearance of the contents.

Sometimes the water vapor can escape the vial where it goes from a solid to a gas without every going through a liquid phase. This will make the contents adhere to the sides of the vial leaving very little to see by the naked eye. Other times, depending on several other factors including temperature, the appearance can look like a solid puck, a few smaller pucks, a powder material, or even just a few specks, but the amount of actual material is the same.

When freeze drying products without any matrix (sucrose or mannitol for example) sometimes the residual water of hydration will cause a collapse via hydration of product before it fully dries. In other words, when the water from the ice crystals is removed what remains prior to secondary drying (when the chamber is warmed) can combine and solubilise the remaining material causing it to collapse. Sometimes it forms crystals and sometimes it forms films dependent upon how much there is local melting and what the temperature and vacuum levels are at the time of the collapse.

Very complicated but it tends to happen far less when sucrose for example is around since the sugar hydrogen bonds to the protein/peptide like the water did and thus less water remains bound as water of hydration

Do the Peptides come already mixed / reconstituted?

No peptides arrive already reconstituted. You should not purchase any peptide that has been mixed/reconstituted as once they have been mixed you should keep them refrigerated at all times.

What do I need to mix / reconstitute my peptides?

Peptides all need to be reconstituted / mixed with either Bacteriostatic Water / Acetic Acid or both.

Generally on the more complex and long chain peptides it is advisable to add a small amount of Acetic Acid (10 – 20%) first then top up to the desired level with Bacteriostatic Water.

Most simple peptides are fine to reconstitute with only Bacteriostatic Water.  If you are keeping your Bacteriostatic Water in the fridge then allow to acclimatise nearer to room temperature before reconstituting with your peptide for better mixing.

These specialised waters keep the peptide from degrading, keeping the peptide fresh and bacteria free for longer periods.

My peptide looks cloudy?

“Peptides can have widely varying solubility properties, depending largely on their primary sequence. While many peptides dissolve easily in bacteriostatic water (Containing 0.9% (9 mg/mL) of benzyl alcohol), some, especially those containing multiple hydrophobic amino acid residues, may not readily dissolve.

As a general procedure, we recommend first attempting to reconstitute peptides in bacteriostatic water. If solubility is still a problem, addition of a small amount of dilute (approximately 10%) aqueous acetic acid (for basic peptides) or aqueous ammonia (for acidic peptides) may facilitate dissolution of the peptide”

Please note: all articles are for informational purposes only. We do not encourage intake of any synthetic peptides/nootropics listed on this site.

Peptides will most likely come in a vial of white lyophilised solid powder which will require the user to dilute / reconstitute / mix with Bacteriostatic water also known as Bac water.

Why we recommend the use of Bacteriostatic