Human Growth Hormone Steroids Hexarelin
|Alias||Hexarelin Acetate, HEX, Examorelin|
|Synonyms||HIS-D-2-METHYL-TRP-D-PHE-LYS-NH2;HIS-D-2-ME-TRP-ALA-TRP-D-PHE-LYS-NH2;HEXARELIN;GROWTH HORMONE RELEASING HEXAPEPTIDE;Examorelin;Hexareline;L-Histidyl-2-methyl-D-tryptophyl-L-alanyl-L-tryptophyl-D-phenylalanyl-L-lysinamide;M.W. 887.04 C47H58N12O6|
|Product Categories||Peptide;Glucagon receptor and related;Peptides;hormones;Anti-cancer&immunity|
|Appearance||White Lyophilized Powder|
|Purity||99% by HPLC|
|Storage||Closed, below 2 ~ 8℃ preservation|
|Usage||Hexarelin is a synthetic growth hormone-releasing peptide (GHRP).|
Appearance: White Lyophilized Powder
Purity (HPLC): 99.0%
Single Impurity (HPLC): 0.5%max
Amino Acid Composition: ±10% of theoretical
Peptide Content (N%): ≥80.0%
Water Content(Karl Fischer): ≤8.0%
Acetate Content(HPIC): ≤10.0%
Specific Rotation (20/D): -55.0～-65.0°(c=1 1%HAc)
Mass Balance: 95.0~105.0%
Hexarelin is a six-amino acid peptide. Studies have shown that hexarelin is actually more effective and longer lasting than releasing hormone (GHRH). It is also known that GHRP-6 has a synergistic effect with GHRH, causing a far greater release than either of these substances alone. By combining GHRP-6 with Hexarelin, a more potent GH releasing peptide combination is created than ever heard of.
The potential clinical usefulness of these GH releasing hexapeptides is also reinforced by observations that long-term administration produces elevations in circulating concentrations.
Long term treatment with GHRP-6 similarly has been shown to elevate serum as well asbinding protein-3 concentrations and promote linear growth.
Users will notice 200mcgs is the saturation dose for hexarelin and over a few weeks of use total desensitization may begin to take place. Also, the occasional flare up of the pituitary has been noted when dosing far beyond saturation doses. Desensitization can be cleared easily by taking a break from hexerlin usage for a few days to a few weeks. This GHRP is the strongest, and because of the desensitization factor.