3-5% oral bioavailabilty with the straight powder, so 5mg should yeild 100mcg.There is a couple companies that use a specialized delivery system which claims to increase bioavailability, bug I'm not sure.
The study I read said that ghrp-6 has an oral bioavailability of around 1%, with ghrp-2 being much better but still only in the 3-5% range. See if I can find the ref.
There's a bunch if info out there... Bottomline is- it is orally effective, however significantly higher doses are needed. Btw, the numbers I previously stated are confirmed by dat- actually he says ghrp-6 is less than 1% and ghrp-2 is maybe 2% orally bioavailable. On the other hand, Dr. Crisler believes the ghrp-2 to be a bit higher- ie 3-5% oral bioavailability.
Even if it were 25% it would still make it way to expensive to even consider. Why not just pin it? Sub q shots are like nothing, you can't screw it up.
x2 what movin' said.
I'm a bit biased, but some alcohol swabs and 31g insulin syringes and you're laughing. if the cost of the needles is a deterrent, you can just swab them down before each injection and use them a good 10 or 20 times.
Steve I hope you are joking about reusing a syringe 10 to 20 times. The oral dose will not be anywhere near the effectiveness of the injectable. People get way to worried about syringes. After using them you realize how easy it really is. I pin everyday with either peps or AAS( I don't really use any illegal substances. I just like pretend).
If you look around, you can find insulin syringes at around $0.10 each. (WalMart will get close to that.) Even if you are going through several a day, it doesn't cost much.