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    Peptides for repairing ligaments,tendons,joints,etc.?

    Hey fellas,I've been reading up on certain peptides that repair damaged goods. Do any of you guys know if there is a specific peptide for nerve damage. I'm having some technical difficulties with the right arm and its pretty bad. Help guys please!!!!!!!!

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    I would look into TB500, and/or ghrp2/ Mod GRF combo ; )
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    Blergs has named a few. I have been incredibly impressed with BPC-157. Both in my own research and reading the studies available out there, it is great for healing.

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    I used BPC157 to heal my pec tear and elbow tendonitis. I'm attempting to heal my meniscus tear with it now. Administer it as close to the point of injury as possible with a 29 gauge 1/2" diabetic syringe at 250mcg-500mcg everyday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJB1 View Post
    I used BPC157 to heal my pec tear and elbow tendonitis. I'm attempting to heal my meniscus tear with it now. Administer it as close to the point of injury as possible with a 29 gauge 1/2" diabetic syringe at 250mcg-500mcg everyday.
    JJB1, how long did it take to relieve some of the pain of the elbow tendonitis? I have been dealing with golfer and tennis elbow issues for a while... Id really like to get past it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MI1972 View Post
    JJB1, how long did it take to relieve some of the pain of the elbow tendonitis? I have been dealing with golfer and tennis elbow issues for a while... Id really like to get past it.
    One vial at 250mcg per day for 20 days directly injected into the right elbow tendon healed it to 75%. I had that injury for 4 months and it was very painful! Surprisingly injecting into the tendon isn't painful at all.

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    Im gonna try that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MI1972 View Post
    Im gonna try that...
    I was a total skeptic but it healed my pec tear in 8 days and the injury has been fine ever since. The elbow tendonitis took longer but I was shocked that it healed because it wasn't improving on it's own at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJB1 View Post
    I was a total skeptic but it healed my pec tear in 8 days and the injury has been fine ever since. The elbow tendonitis took longer but I was shocked that it healed because it wasn't improving on it's own at all.
    I thought the same. Felt skeptical of all the TB4 / TB500 and BPC-157 injury reports but when a test subject blew out a knee, MCL and Meniscus, posterio-lateral complex, and hamstring tendon injury, these helped to heal fast and completely avoid any surgery. The Ortho was shocked, having never seen healing like that. I was sold on the stuff from that moment forward. If my shoulder/rotator cuff ever acts up again I know exactly what to do...

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    Fellas...I have seen many guys with injuries...some career ending and some corrected by surgery and the athletes still didn't come back 100%

    If you tear a a ligament or tendon....you must have surgery to repair it....they are not muscle...they can't and will not regenerate

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJB1 View Post
    I was a total skeptic but it healed my pec tear in 8 days and the injury has been fine ever since. The elbow tendonitis took longer but I was shocked that it healed because it wasn't improving on it's own at all.
    If it healed in 8 days it wasn't no pec tear

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    Some ART therapy will help also

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Puppy View Post
    If it healed in 8 days it wasn't no pec tear
    This man knows

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    I had a shoulder problem last year,an it was troublesome for sometime,must have been a bad sprain or rotator muscle pull?,I started ipamorelin with cjc 1295 no dac and it helped me heal while I still trained an made gains,of Course I altered my training for a lil,but it's been 7 months still on it an I recover an feel great everyday,sleep good...i recommend that stack for anyone

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mistakang View Post
    Fellas...I have seen many guys with injuries...some career ending and some corrected by surgery and the athletes still didn't come back 100%

    If you tear a a ligament or tendon....you must have surgery to repair it....they are not muscle...they can't and will not regenerate
    Wrong!

    Pentadecapeptide BPC 157 (PL 14736) improves ligament healing in the rat.

    AuthorsCerovecki T, et al. Show all Journal
    J Orthop Res. 2010 Sep;28(9):1155-61. doi: 10.1002/jor.21107.


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    We improved medial collateral ligament (MCL) healing throughout 90 days after surgical transection. We introduced intraperitoneal, per-oral (in drinking water) and topical (thin cream layer) peptide therapy always given alone, without a carrier. Previously, as an effective peptide therapy, stable gastric pentadecapeptide BPC 157 (GEPPPGKPADDAGLV, an anti-ulcer peptide effective in inflammatory bowel disease therapy (PL 14736)) particularly improved healing of transected tendon and muscle and wound healing effect including the expression of the early growth response 1 (egr-1) gene. After MCL transection BPC 157 was effective in rats when given once daily intraperitoneally (10 microg or 10 ng/kg) or locally as a thin layer (1.0 microg dissolved in distilled water/g commercial neutral cream) at the site of injury, first application 30 min after surgery and the final application 24 h before sacrifice. Likewise, BPC 157 was effective given per-orally (0.16 microg/ml in the drinking water (12 ml/day/rat)) until sacrifice. Commonly, BPC 157 microg-ng-rats exhibited consistent functional, biomechanical, macroscopic and histological healing improvements. Thus, we suggest BPC 157 improved healing of acute ligament injuries in further ligament therapy.


    (c) 2010 Orthopaedic Research Society. Published by Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

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