BPC 157 large doses or smaller doses

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I am interested in taking BPC 157 for a shoulder issue, as well as potential brain/gut benefits. Is there any research that shows larger doses for a shorter amount of time is better than smaller doses over a longer period of time, or vice versa?
 
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Pinning would be IM in the left shoulder. Due to money, wondering if would be effective to run 100mcg daily in left shoulder.
 
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do not go by the amount of $$.

200mcg = medium dose
2x day at 350mcg what I used IM

I prefer multiple doses over a single lg dose for bpc.
 

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Serious question: but can this **** be detected on drug tests by WADA?

Always been curious by peptides for recovery.
 
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I read this as BPC157 itself is detectable for 4 days. Metabolites may be detectable longer.
 
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And this is regardless of the fact thatBPC-157 is a natural gastric juice peptide. The good news is that BPC-157 hasn't been banned by sports governing bodies like WADA and USADA. This means that athletes and bodybuilders can still take it and benefit from its healing properties.Jan 18, 2019

 
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I mega dosed this a few months ago in my knee with amazing results. Sure, it got expensive, but I was able to run stairs about 2 weeks after the injury.
 
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And this is regardless of the fact thatBPC-157 is a natural gastric juice peptide. The good news is that BPC-157 hasn't been banned by sports governing bodies like WADA and USADA. This means that athletes and bodybuilders can still take it and benefit from its healing properties.Jan 18, 2019

Not entirely correct. The body produces the gastric peptide BPC. BPC 157 is a partial sequence (15 amino acids) of this larger peptide. Since BPC 157 does not exist in its form naturally, it is considered “synthetic” even if it’s source material is BPC from gastric juice (yummy)

And WADA covers this with its typical generic verbiage:

“Growth Factors and Growth Factor Modulators, including, but not limited to...
and other growth factors or growth factor modulators affecting muscle, tendon or ligament protein synthesis/ degradation, vascularisation, energy utilization, regenerative capacity or fibre type switching.”

 
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Look, I’m a huge fan of BPC 157. And while you don’t see it specifically called out on the WADA list, verbiage in both sections S0 and S2 would cover it. Likewise, other documents from WADA (example, conference speakers ppt decks) specifically call out BPC157 as a PED being sold online (and funny enough they mention AM as a place that discusses PEDs...very Big Brother). Add to this that scientists are actively looking for ways to detect it even in urine samples should give one pause. I think it’s days may be numbered. Not saying don’t use it, just advising caution for tested athletes.
 
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Would BPC be considered a growth factor though? From what I have heard is that it presently is not being specifically tested for. I agree, use cautian because it is a grey area product.
 

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