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The other Snake

The other Snake

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I've done some research on this. It's been reported to do everything from making you 21 y.o. again to doing the dishes.

Does anyone have any experience for this?
 
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Massive G

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I am about to start 1 mg a day for 30 days...will post feedback. Pretty in purple!
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The other Snake

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I am about to start 1 mg a day for 30 days...will post feedback. Pretty in purple!
From what I read, 1 mg is the right place but I did hear to go out 6 weeks. If I jump, it will be for 8 weeks providing everything goes well.
 
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Abstract​

The human peptide GHK (glycyl-l-histidyl-l-lysine) has multiple biological actions, all of which, according to our current knowledge, appear to be health positive. It stimulates blood vessel and nerve outgrowth, increases collagen, elastin, and glycosaminoglycan synthesis, as well as supports the function of dermal fibroblasts. GHK’s ability to improve tissue repair has been demonstrated for skin, lung connective tissue, boney tissue, liver, and stomach lining. GHK has also been found to possess powerful cell protective actions, such as multiple anti-cancer activities and anti-inflammatory actions, lung protection and restoration of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) fibroblasts, suppression of molecules thought to accelerate the diseases of aging such as NFκB, anti-anxiety, anti-pain and anti-aggression activities, DNA repair, and activation of cell cleansing via the proteasome system. Recent genetic data may explain such diverse protective and healing actions of one molecule, revealing multiple biochemical pathways regulated by GHK.
Keywords: GHK, GHK-Cu, gene profiling, wound healing, COPD, skin regeneration, anti-oxidant, fibrinogen
 
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Wilson6

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I've done some research on this. It's been reported to do everything from making you 21 y.o. again to doing the dishes.

Does anyone have any experience for this?
Helps with incision healing and skin quality. The Mrs had some long standing roughness on the upper chest from years of sun exposure, that improved considerably with GHK Cu. We both use 2 mg/d sc. 25 days on and a month off. Nothing magical, but it does have positive effects.
 
The other Snake

The other Snake

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Helps with incision healing and skin quality. The Mrs had some long standing roughness on the upper chest from years of sun exposure, that improved considerably with GHK Cu. We both use 2 mg/d sc. 25 days on and a month off. Nothing magical, but it does have positive effects.
Thanks for the info brother.

Re. the skin issue you wife has, have you looked into chemical peels? They can be done at home. They worked well to even out some of my skin color and can help with slight scaring.
 
Tuffoldman

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Okay stupid question here because I've used copper peptides on my skin which is supposed to be good supposedly to help minimize wrinkling blah blah blah. This stuff based on what I'm saying is your injecting a milligram per day? Is that the normal protocol? Is it sub q or I am or does it really matter? What are the downsides or side effects I guess I should say??
 
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956Vette

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For the longest time, I believed copper peptides were merely a diversion (diluting the GH analog category). Still wild reading accounts of folks injecting the blue product.
 
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