Sermorelin therapy is a series of small injections that will help you to naturally and safely produce more of your own natural Human Growth Hormone or HGH. The injections consist of a peptide called Sermorelin Acetate. Sermorelin is not a steroid and is not to be confused with treatments such as Testosterone, Progesterone, Estrogen, or Human Growth Hormone replacement. With Sermorelin, nothing is being replaced in your body. The Sermorelin peptide will help your pituitary gland to produce larger amounts of your very own growth hormone. Because of this type of therapy, you will feel and look like you once did when you were in your late teenage years and your 20’s.
What is Sermorelin Acetate?
Sermorelin(GHRH) is a bio-identical hormone that has recently been genetically engineered to stimulate the secretion of Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) from the hypothalamus, a gland adjacent to the pituitary gland.
GHRH is a peptide that contains the first 29 amino acids of our own GH. These 29 amino acids are the active amino acids of GHRH. It is GHRH that stimulates the pituitary glands to release GH. As we get older, the hormones produced by the anterior pituitary are depleted. It has now been shown that GHRH can restore the GH-RNA to a youthful level causing elevation of IGF-1.
How does Sermorelin come?
Sermorelin is presented in a multi-dosed, injectable vial. Each vial contains a powder disc which contains lyophilized Sermorelin Acetate. The vial is vacuum sealed by the pharmacy for your protection and for the preservation of the hormone peptide. Each Sermorelin vial also comes with a bottle of Bacteriostatic Water or Sodium Chloride as a diluent. The Bacteriostatic Water is mixed with the Sermorelin to provide a solution for injection. Administration and storage instructions will be provided with your prescription.
How do I take Sermorelin?
Sermorelin is injected into the body fat, subcutaneously, using a very small needle-like what a diabetic person uses to inject insulin. Injections are initially prescribed for every day and may be decreased in frequency over time. Click here to get started with sermorelin therapy today.