Safe Peptide Hormones Bodybuilding Hexarelin 140703-51-1 HEX Stimulates Peptide HGH Secretagogue
Quick Details for Hexarelin Acetate
Product name : Hexarelin Acetate
Cas No.: 140703-51-1
Molecular Formula: C47H58N12O6
Molecular Weight: 887.04
Purity (HPLC): 98.0%
Single Impurity (HPLC): 0.5%max
Amino Acid Composition: about 10% of theoretical
Peptide Content (N%): 80.0%min.
Water Content(Karl Fischer): 8.0%max.
Acetate Content(HPIC): 10.0%max.
Specific Rotation (20/D): -55.0~-65.0 degree(c=1 1%HAc)
Mass Balance: 95.0~105.0%
Appearance: White powder
Storage : Lyophilized peptides although stable at room temperature for 3 months, should be stored desiccated below -18°C. Upon reconstitution of the peptide it should be stored at 4°C between 2-21 days and for future use below -18°C.
Usage : Hexarelin is a powerful GH-releasing peptide capable of causing profound GH release structurally similar to GHRP-6, in the growth factor family which stimulates the release of growth hormone .
Hexarelin (HEX) is a peptide GH secretagogue, structurally similar to GHRP-6, in the grow factor family which stimulates the release of grow hormone (GH). It can be used medically to treat GH deficiency. Hexarelin is a good all purpose anabolic. Also, since we know that and GH use produces a shutdown of your endogenous levels of those hormones, Hexarelin also seems very useful for “GH-PCT” or “-PCT”, as it can help restore your natural levels of those hormones after a cycle of them.
Ghrelin is an appetite-regulating factor secreted from peripheral organs that is involved in regulation of energy homoeostasis via binding to the receptor resulting in the secretion of by the pituitary gland. The pathway activated by binding of ghrelin to the secretagogue receptor, GHSR1a, regulates the activation of the downstream mitogen-activated protein kinase, Akt, nitric oxide synthase, and AMPK cascades in different cellular systems. One of the important features of GHSR1a displays constitutive activity possessing basal activity in the absence of an agonist, resulting in a high degree of receptor internalization as well as of signaling activity.Inverse agonists for the ghrelin receptor could be particularly interesting for the treatment of obesity.This activity seems to provide a tonic signal required for the development of normal height, probably through an effect on the GH axis.