Disclaimer: All references to "research subjects" or "test subjects" or and reference to "research" throughout this article refer to research conducted on non human non veterinary research subjects such as rats and mice.

Hexarelin, a Peptide Solution to Growth Hormone Release

Hexarelin is an incredible synthetic peptide that possesses the ability to bind to the GHSR (Growth Hormone Secretion Receptor) in order to assist in the secretion of growth hormone. This process is also accomplished by another, lesser known synthetic peptide, ghrelin. When the two are compared, ghrelin is chemically less stable, and functionally less potent than Hexarelin.

Short Term Research, Long Term Results

Peptide research has seen a long and winding road, from the very first studies on insulin, to the upcoming studies on new life changing discoveries! Hexarelin is a much needed breakthrough in the industry and studies conducted since the famous 1998 breakthrough have been fruitful in their endeavors to uncover and achieve what every peptide scientist’s dream has been since the beginning; some form of control over biology. Hexarelin, could one day be an incredibly useful tool for building muscle, or for preventing long term diseases from lack of growth hormone during pregnancy. It also might be used to decrease GH production during the lifetime of an individual.

Growth Hormone Secretion in Study

A 16 week study involving 12 human adult subjects was conducted for the purposes of determining and understanding hexarelin’s long term and short term effects on the secretion of growth hormone. The study, by The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, took place back in 1998 and found some very promising results. In a stunning conclusion it was consecutively proven that Hexarelin allows and increases the production of growth hormone by properly binding to the GHSR. The peak GH release was an impressive breakthrough in the peptide research community and amounted to the realization that the limiting factor would not be Hexarelin’s ability to allow secretion of growth hormone. Furthermore, the GHSR (Growth Hormone Secretion Receptor) experienced a decrease in overall result after 16 weeks of twice daily testing. In conclusion, Hexarelin is most likely a safe, short term solution! The GHSR allows for self regulation in that overexposure introduces a negative feedback loop which nullifies the peptide and prevents possible dangerous side effects from consecutive long term exposure.

The 1000 Piece Sandbox Puzzle Mystery

Currently, peptides like hexarelin, are our best tools for understanding the potent and powerful chemical processes that occur all around us. We’re all children playing in a sandbox, using our toy tractor, experimenting with how much sand we can move different ways of moving it. To understand these chemical reactions would be equivalent to predicting the movement of each individual grain of sand. Peptides and proteins bind together, not because they “like to” or “need to” but because they fit together. Their shapes match. That is the one and only reason chemical reactions occur at all between peptides. Life is filled with a jumble of random puzzle pieces floating around inside every organism. Pieces fit together to become new things, and sometimes pieces fit together to break other pieces off. The entire puzzle is a picture so vast and beautiful, no one will ever be able to see it in one lifetime. So keep researching! Find the picture, and buy your puzzle pieces from SAF-Research.

*Research chemicals are chemical substances used by scientists for medical and scientific research purposes. One characteristic of a research chemical is that it is for laboratory research use only; a research chemical is not intended for human or veterinary use. This distinction is required on the labels of research chemicals, and is what exempts them from regulation under parts 100-740 in Title 21 of the Code of Federal Regulations (21CFR).

February 09, 2021 — Whiskey River Media Collaborator