BPC-157 - Healing time?

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Recovering from a long lingering shoulder issue. It's still create extension when I extend my arm out, it's slowly healing, but I wanted to expedite it. I tried CJC pills, but that was just okay.

I just picked up a bottle of CJC 157 and plan to inject it near the shoulder. How long of this stuff taken you guys to kick in or at least notice an effect for healing?

Before someone ask, I'm not going to stack it with TB 500, Would love to, but my test doc doesn't provide that peptide and I'm not willing to inject something that says not fit for humans consumption.
 
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Recovering from a long lingering shoulder issue. It's still create extension when I extend my arm out, it's slowly healing, but I wanted to expedite it. I tried CJC pills, but that was just okay.

I just picked up a bottle of CJC 157 and plan to inject it near the shoulder. How long of this stuff taken you guys to kick in or at least notice an effect for healing?

Before someone ask, I'm not going to stack it with TB 500, Would love to, but my test doc doesn't provide that peptide and I'm not willing to inject something that says not fit for humans consumption.
Do you mean bpc-157 or cjc-dac

I'm assuming bpc.

It's a mixed bag of opinions. I noticed pain relief within a day or 2 but I'm assuming that was just inflammation. I get almost immediate relief but then it just kinda stays the same. There are ppl here who have had some success. Idk about full injury recovery but I have a partial tear in my left rotator and the bpc makes it feel better and I get a couple months of relief the first time and it came back. Now the second time I did it it has not come back. So I'm not positive if it's going to or not. I have no x-rays or whatever he would need to actually see if the injury is healed but I don't think it is I just think Its relief temporarily.

No proof of anything, completely basing this off the way I feel
 
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Do you mean bpc-157 or cjc-dac

I'm assuming bpc.

It's a mixed bag of opinions. I noticed pain relief within a day or 2 but I'm assuming that was just inflammation. I get almost immediate relief but then it just kinda stays the same. There are ppl here who have had some success. Idk about full injury recovery but I have a partial tear in my left rotator and the bpc makes it feel better and I get a couple months of relief the first time and it came back. Now the second time I did it it has not come back. So I'm not positive if it's going to or not. I have no x-rays or whatever he would need to actually see if the injury is healed but I don't think it is I just think Its relief temporarily.

No proof of anything, completely basing this off the way I feel
Sorry about that, I met BPC. Thanks for the feedback, I just had an MRI, pretty confident I have a minor tear. Did you do a sub q injection directly into your shoulder? I was talking to the doc about it and she wasn't convinced if I should do it in my shoulder or the stomach. Said she would get back to me..
 
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Sorry about that, I met BPC. Thanks for the feedback, I just had an MRI, pretty confident I have a minor tear. Did you do a sub q injection directly into your shoulder? I was talking to the doc about it and she wasn't convinced if I should do it in my shoulder or the stomach. Said she would get back to me..
Intramuscular into the side delt and front delt. Just a heads up front Dell injections hurt LOL. But it didn't last so I would say that's the bpc healing its own injury from the injection site. At least I would guess because I'm just making a guess here
 
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Sorry about that, I met BPC. Thanks for the feedback, I just had an MRI, pretty confident I have a minor tear. Did you do a sub q injection directly into your shoulder? I was talking to the doc about it and she wasn't convinced if I should do it in my shoulder or the stomach. Said she would get back to me..
All of the literature says it goes systemic and you can inject it anywhere and it'll work but from my findings and everyone I know is findings the closer you inject it to the injury the better it works
 
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Sorry about that, I met BPC. Thanks for the feedback, I just had an MRI, pretty confident I have a minor tear. Did you do a sub q injection directly into your shoulder? I was talking to the doc about it and she wasn't convinced if I should do it in my shoulder or the stomach. Said she would get back to me..
Smont gave you some good recommendations brother.

Please keep us informed on how the healing goes.
 
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Do you mean bpc-157 or cjc-dac

I'm assuming bpc.

It's a mixed bag of opinions. I noticed pain relief within a day or 2 but I'm assuming that was just inflammation. I get almost immediate relief but then it just kinda stays the same. There are ppl here who have had some success. Idk about full injury recovery but I have a partial tear in my left rotator and the bpc makes it feel better and I get a couple months of relief the first time and it came back. Now the second time I did it it has not come back. So I'm not positive if it's going to or not. I have no x-rays or whatever he would need to actually see if the injury is healed but I don't think it is I just think Its relief temporarily.

No proof of anything, completely basing this off the way I feel
The doc called back and confirmed to inject intramuscular into the shoulder. That was the first time I ever done that, it looked like a lump under my skin the second it was injected. I imagine doing that daily in the same spot would cause pain, so Ill probably move the injection location just a little bit each time.
 
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The doc called back and confirmed to inject intramuscular into the shoulder. That was the first time I ever done that, it looked like a lump under my skin the second it was injected. I imagine doing that daily in the same spot would cause pain, so Ill probably move the injection location just a little bit each time.
How much are you doing? With 5mg diluted with 2ml you can do a small dose of 250mcg by only injecting 10 units. 20 units really shouldnt be that bad either. The bpc 157 also causes the injection site to heal rapidly. also lump under the skin sounds like you are doing subq not IM. which is ok. you can do subq near the shoulder so you don't do IM every time
 
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Do you mean bpc-157 or cjc-dac

I'm assuming bpc.

It's a mixed bag of opinions. I noticed pain relief within a day or 2 but I'm assuming that was just inflammation. I get almost immediate relief but then it just kinda stays the same. There are ppl here who have had some success. Idk about full injury recovery but I have a partial tear in my left rotator and the bpc makes it feel better and I get a couple months of relief the first time and it came back. Now the second time I did it it has not come back. So I'm not positive if it's going to or not. I have no x-rays or whatever he would need to actually see if the injury is healed but I don't think it is I just think Its relief temporarily.

No proof of anything, completely basing this off the way I feel
Even if something is working and you're feeling improvements it doesn't mean that it's glutathione do you get what I'm saying
per smont you cant feel if something is working so per his advice disregard his anecdote, hes just getting a placebo. god what a hypocrite. only smont is allowed to give anecdotes
 
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The doc called back and confirmed to inject intramuscular into the shoulder. That was the first time I ever done that, it looked like a lump under my skin the second it was injected. I imagine doing that daily in the same spot would cause pain, so Ill probably move the injection location just a little bit each time.
If you got a lump then you didn't get it in the muscle you got it subcutaneously I inject delts almost every other day and never have lumps
 
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You might need a longer needle or try pressing down really hard so you can squeeze it in a little bit further like make an indentation into your shoulder. I've had good luck with it making things feel better but I don't know if anything is actually healing when I use it so I can't say weather or not it's doing its job healing or just getting rid of inflammation for me because that's all I've got is feel no actual evidence like a mri to show me if my rotator actually healed or if I just had some relief from lower inflammation.

Because without having actual evidence we're just playing and guessing game, that's directed at kronic, f****** cry baby lol
 
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I also love that his anecdote provided is that the healing was temporary lol. dumbass re-injured himself. gotta take it easy for a bit after the pain goes away still
 

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Both a long-term shoulder issue and a recent knee issue.
Tried the BPC/TB500 protocol and the knee healed, not the shoulder.

A month after last BPC/TB500 admin, ran CJC DAC by itself for 2 weeks, followed by CJC DAC + GHRP6 for 2 weeks. That did the trick. Shoulder pain is gone. That issue was not the primary intent of choosing a GHRH/GHRP but a secondary consideration.
 
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My results for BPC-157.

I finished a bottle and can't really say it helped. I feel like doing daily intramuscular injections into an messed up shoulder set me back more than it helped. The shoulder is still tight, and not fully healed. This is after 6-weeks rest, bottle of 157 and PT only for the last 5 weeks. Its healing, but its slow. I separated my AC before, and the healing timeline is no faster than that, and I didn't use BPC or do PT at that time.

I know everyone reacts different, but for me, I wasted my money. Wish my doc would provide an rx for tb-500, seems like that's a better healer.
 
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My results for BPC-157.

I finished a bottle and can't really say it helped. I feel like doing daily intramuscular injections into an messed up shoulder set me back more than it helped. The shoulder is still tight, and not fully healed. This is after 6-weeks rest, bottle of 157 and PT only for the last 5 weeks. Its healing, but its slow. I separated my AC before, and the healing timeline is no faster than that, and I didn't use BPC or do PT at that time.

I know everyone reacts different, but for me, I wasted my money. Wish my doc would provide an rx for tb-500, seems like that's a better healer.
you should have noticed pain and inflammation relief within an hour of injecting. I get little tingling sensation in areas that it's working on too. is that bpc-157 from a pharmacy? was it stored correctly? sounds to me like yours didn't work at all. you are right though, there's definitely some limitations that 157 has that tb-500 can fix. but you can't feel 500. or I can't at least. so I think it's really best to do both. the 157 will be your systemic anti inflammatory and bonus organ healing. for me I needed to use 500 to heal plantar fasciitis. 157 alone didn't cut it. however the 157 could be injected into my feet to releive all pain and get them ready to heal.

also you don't have to do IM for bpc-157. just get it under the skin to where it won't squirt out. I would probably do z-track for shoulders
 
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you should have noticed pain and inflammation relief within an hour of injecting. I get little tingling sensation in areas that it's working on too. is that bpc-157 from a pharmacy? was it stored correctly? sounds to me like yours didn't work at all. you are right though, there's definitely some limitations that 157 has that tb-500 can fix. but you can't feel 500. or I can't at least. so I think it's really best to do both. the 157 will be your systemic anti inflammatory and bonus organ healing. for me I needed to use 500 to heal plantar fasciitis. 157 alone didn't cut it. however the 157 could be injected into my feet to releive all pain and get them ready to heal.

also you don't have to do IM for bpc-157. just g

et it under the skin to where it won't squirt out. I would probably do z-track for shoulders
It was a RX and stored in the fridge. Maybe I was asking too much from it, my MRI revealed two frays & two moderate tears. So my injury wasn't mild. I think I'll call my doc and see if he can order TB or TB & 157 stacked, I've read about good synergy with both.
 

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I'm taking 250mcg of bpc157 in the morning for a distal bicep tendon rupture. The healing properties I had just in the first week have been great! My incision looks much better, much less pain and better mobility, I'm ahead in recovery. One big side effect is within a ten minutes after injecting right near my incision, I go hypoglycemic. A bowl of cheerios or something with carbs and I'm good to go. I have other nagging injuries so I'm excited to see how this helps after another few weeks.
 
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I messed my knee up a little so I'm injecting my knee the last few days with 157 right into the front of the knee where it is sore to press down on. using 31 gauge so almost no damage caused by the injection

I also changed to mixing with 1ml/5mg so I can do 500mcg in 10 units. didn't wanna put 20 units into my knee
 
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I have a great option for those of you who don't like to inject. This actually is very similar in effects to the INJ version.

The reviews speak for themselves :)

BPC157 is a miracle drug however you administer it!

 
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I have a great option for those of you who don't like to inject. This actually is very similar in effects to the INJ version.

The reviews speak for themselves :)

BPC157 is a miracle drug however you administer it!

I was wondering why there's no TD 157. interesting that it's not a research chemical. I use Helios 100 for my step below 157 injections
 
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I was wondering why there's no TD 157. interesting that it's not a research chemical. I use Helios 100 for my step below 157 injections
Truthfully until Chemists played around with it, it was impossible. Even when I told the forum this was coming out, a few people called me a fraud

Now that people are using it they love it and understand it is possible :)

I love me some helios. Actually may hit those before vacation next month!

**IMPORTANT** "The BPC 157 molecule has a dalton weight of about 14,000 which in it’s natural state is virtually impossible to deliver transdermally.

The molecule is a linear molecule and that enables us to subject it to several propriety steps in our production laboratories to reconfigure the molecule, making it able to be absorbed transdermally, without losing any of it’s nutrient qualities. "
 

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Truthfully until Chemists played around with it, it was impossible. Even when I told the forum this was coming out, a few people called me a fraud

Now that people are using it they love it and understand it is possible :)

I love me some helios. Actually may hit those before vacation next month!

**IMPORTANT** "The BPC 157 molecule has a dalton weight of about 14,000 which in it’s natural state is virtually impossible to deliver transdermally.

The molecule is a linear molecule and that enables us to subject it to several propriety steps in our production laboratories to reconfigure the molecule, making it able to be absorbed transdermally, without losing any of it’s nutrient qualities. "
Do you think this would be effective for turf toe and knee problems? Might just have to pick this up along with a .5mm dermaroller to increase absorption
 
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Do you think this would be effective for turf toe and knee problems? Might just have to pick this up along with a .5mm dermaroller to increase absorption
100% in knee, ACL and such issues. I have seen several people help heal or improve damage.

Turf Toe I have not seen one single client use for this reason. However there is a new study that came out recently in mice that showed BPC157 healed Burned and damaged skin in over 50% of the time.

I would be VERY open minded based on this study that it would improve your turf toe sir.

If you wanna order a few lmk via PM and Ill discount you. ZERO pressure.
 
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100% in knee, ACL and such issues. I have seen several people help heal or improve damage.

Turf Toe I have not seen one single client use for this reason. However there is a new study that came out recently in mice that showed BPC157 healed Burned and damaged skin in over 50% of the time.

I would be VERY open minded based on this study that it would improve your turf toe sir.

If you wanna order a few lmk via PM and Ill discount you. ZERO pressure.
The reviews seem mostly positive but it seems like it might not be as effective as injected. I think the dose might be too low for the absorption rate. 8 pumps is only 111mcg of 157 and tb-500. even if it had 100% absorption thats not very much. your link boasts the combined dose a lot but really the individual doses should be of most concern.

some of the most positive reviews claim they it "reduces pain" and that they are gonna order another bottle. I could see needing a total of 10mg 157 and 10mg 500 to heal up permanently, but I don't think any of the reviews I've seen say that they can discontinue use and be healed. which is the goal
 
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100% in knee, ACL and such issues. I have seen several people help heal or improve damage.

Turf Toe I have not seen one single client use for this reason. However there is a new study that came out recently in mice that showed BPC157 healed Burned and damaged skin in over 50% of the time.

I would be VERY open minded based on this study that it would improve your turf toe sir.

If you wanna order a few lmk via PM and Ill discount you. ZERO pressure.
Thank you! I’ll PM you as soon as I have the funds, which will be soon.
 
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Topical in theory alone is never as effective as injectable...but this is as close as it gets.

Yes some reviews are partial repair. Partial pain improvement.

I have seen many full injury repairs.

My gf had a trap strain and it healed it completely within 4 weeks.

Now for my tricep tendon tear, my surgeon did MRI and other imaging. I did INJ version and I blew his mind by healing it fully in about 6 weeks w imaging.

Bpc157 and tb500 are miracle drugs.

Some injuries take longer then others.

I have never seen a complaint or someone who didn't see some relief. Even if 60% improvement for instance.

I think people fail to see how dramatic even a partial repair can be..

I have an MS patient on the combo and it's all but cured him. He's in disbelief. He functions at almost 100%

When a product or compound is almost too good to be true I expect people to question it.


If u guys think BPC is a miracle. Wait til u find out about Alpha-Thymosin-1 lol.
 
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Topical in theory alone is never as effective as injectable...but this is as close as it gets.

Yes some reviews are partial repair. Partial pain improvement.

I have seen many full injury repairs.

My gf had a trap strain and it healed it completely within 4 weeks.

Now for my tricep tendon tear, my surgeon did MRI and other imaging. I did INJ version and I blew his mind by healing it fully in about 6 weeks w imaging.

Bpc157 and tb500 are miracle drugs.

Some injuries take longer then others.

I have never seen a complaint or someone who didn't see some relief. Even if 60% improvement for instance.

I think people fail to see how dramatic even a partial repair can be..

I have an MS patient on the combo and it's all but cured him. He's in disbelief. He functions at almost 100%

When a product or compound is almost too good to be true I expect people to question it.


If u guys think BPC is a miracle. Wait til u find out about Alpha-Thymosin-1 lol.
thymosin alpha 1 is supposed to be mostly about immune system and T cells i thought. what application are you talking about it for? I've been trying to find a good source for it for a while
 

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I was wondering why there's no TD 157. interesting that it's not a research chemical. I use Helios 100 for my step below 157 injections
What is the relationship between BPC and HELIOS :rolleyes::whistle:??
 
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thymosin alpha 1 is supposed to be mostly about immune system and T cells i thought. what application are you talking about it for? I've been trying to find a good source for it for a while
Yes sir, think how BPC and Tb heal muscle tears, strains and other soft tissue injuries and multiple "injuries", etc.

Now think the overall immune system. Alpha Thymosin-1 is similar to miraculous but it hits the entire immune function. i.e it can cure diseases, etc. Now I know that sounds like a stretch but in studies and in real life situations I have seen it work miracles.

Glutathione too.

I swear by Glutathione.

I can show you guys my liver values and improvements in just 11 days. I added in 200mgs of glutathione EOD and I added in 6 liv52 a day for 11 days. Increased my water intake and this is the result.

No one can argue these results. These are all miracle drugs and my Fear is that the FDA will go after them all.

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Yes sir, think how BPC and Tb heal muscle tears, strains and other soft tissue injuries and multiple "injuries", etc.

Now think the overall immune system. Alpha Thymosin-1 is similar to miraculous but it hits the entire immune function. i.e it can cure diseases, etc. Now I know that sounds like a stretch but in studies and in real life situations I have seen it work miracles.

Glutathione too.

I swear by Glutathione.

I can show you guys my liver values and improvements in just 11 days. I added in 200mgs of glutathione EOD and I added in 6 liv52 a day for 11 days. Increased my water intake and this is the result.

No one can argue these results. These are all miracle drugs and my Fear is that the FDA will go after them all.

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I just bought a bottle of this stuff. My shoulders probably healed up 80% since the original post. I'm hoping the bottle of heel helps the next 20%.
 

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Great to hear guys. My bicep tendon feels great and today has been five weeks post op. BPC is amazing. I have a fractured sesamoid bone in my foot that won't heal, been like this for over a year. My foot has been feeling better and I'm going to inject the bpc into the ball of my foot to help heal this up more. Starting TB next week to induce even more healing! 👊🏻
 
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Going to try this for me knee. It’s all jacked up.
 
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I have to say, this HEAL gel is working! Two weeks in, and I have experienced a good reduction in pain. I am 2.5 months out from my original injury, but it was pretty bad. Two frayed muscles, and two moderate tares. The incress in healing time has been greatly noticed, and I can now press 18lbs above my head. I know that is not a lot, but 2.5 months ago I could not raise my arm.

Had such good results I sent it to a couple friends to order AND ordered 2 more bottles lol.
 

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