Oral BPC-157

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Anyone have any good experience with it?

I’m looking at a fairly reputable one made by the narrows labs guys...

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Anyone have any good experience with it?

I’m looking at a fairly reputable one made by the narrows labs guys...

Thanks
I haven't tried it. But some reports state that it doesn't work, because relatively little of the compound gets to where you need it to be.
I think @ChocolateClen might have an opinion on it.
 
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Well... You know, (like I said) I haven't tried it. But that actually MIGHT work.
Yeah man, this is what I’m thinking. IBS, reflux, etc, only though. Taking it orallyprobably won’t do anything for an injury since it’s a local effect

🤔 It’s not systematic so you’re getting the direct effect within the digestive system by doing this unless it’s destroyed, but I don’t see how pinning it anywhere else would aid in IBS

Now I could see an oral version of tb500 .
 
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Maybe? I don’t know cause the absorption rates would be a lot lower than injected. For IBS though I have no idea. I just know that **** works for stuff like surgeries etc.

All you can do is try lol. Can’t hurt really since you’re body already makes it.
 
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I found transdermal form of a mix of both bpc and tb500. Wonder how well that would work?
 

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Bpc 157 is one of the very few peptides where an oral version (it’s not exactly the same thing but is made from the protein in bpc 157) has nearly the same absorption rates/benefits as injectable.

Ive also read a lot of articles by smart people that all say you don’t need to site inject bpc. It’s systemic and will get to the site you need via the blood stream within minutes.

this is the best oral version I’ve heard of (note - I’ve never used it as I inject it sub q) from various podcasts etc

 
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Whisky, thanks for posting that. I'm going to give it a shot, in hopes that it helps with an old nagging shoulder injury. Flares up from time to time.

From what you've heard/read, is this something that can be taken for long periods of time? I can't imagine you'd need to take a break from something like this, but figured I'd ask. Thanks in advance!
 
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Bpc 157 is one of the very few peptides where an oral version (it’s not exactly the same thing but is made from the protein in bpc 157) has nearly the same absorption rates/benefits as injectable.

Ive also read a lot of articles by smart people that all say you don’t need to site inject bpc. It’s systemic and will get to the site you need via the blood stream within minutes.

this is the best oral version I’ve heard of (note - I’ve never used it as I inject it sub q) from various podcasts etc

Thanks for the link. I will give this a try.
 
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Anybody know if this would provide any relief for a pinched sciatic nerve??
 
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Anybody know if this would provide any relief for a pinched sciatic nerve??
 
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Bpc 157 is one of the very few peptides where an oral version (it’s not exactly the same thing but is made from the protein in bpc 157) has nearly the same absorption rates/benefits as injectable.

Ive also read a lot of articles by smart people that all say you don’t need to site inject bpc. It’s systemic and will get to the site you need via the blood stream within minutes.

this is the best oral version I’ve heard of (note - I’ve never used it as I inject it sub q) from various podcasts etc

Much appreciated
 

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Whisky, thanks for posting that. I'm going to give it a shot, in hopes that it helps with an old nagging shoulder injury. Flares up from time to time.

From what you've heard/read, is this something that can be taken for long periods of time? I can't imagine you'd need to take a break from something like this, but figured I'd ask. Thanks in advance!
based on what I’ve seen from the studies it’s suggested that useage is daily until pain disappears up to a maximum of 4 weeks, then a break of 2 weeks before starting again if needed. I haven’t delved deeply into the mechanisms as to why that’s the suggestion but that was the takeaway.

personally I tend to use it once every 6 weeks for 7 days as a protective strategy (I combine it with tb500). Seems to work pretty well
 
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I found transdermal form of a mix of both bpc and tb500. Wonder how well that would work?
Probably not great, it’s a massive polypeptide so there’s a few things I see wrong with a TD.
1) it’s too big, wayyyy too big to enter via TD route.
2) applying it would break the peptide chains, it’s very sensitive because of its size
3) the heat from being constituted would break it down alone, I don’t know how they would keep it in a TD form without massive degradation.


Anybody know if this would provide any relief for a pinched sciatic nerve??
Probably not as that’s more due to a spinal disk issue but it may help a little bit with inflammation around the area and possibly the disk itself? A better bet would probably be a local cortisone shot to kill the inflammation and lots of stretching if it’s muscular related. Wouldn’t hurt to try though. If it doesn’t work use it elsewhere

For those wondering, I ran it for like 12 weeks after shoulder surgery. From when I could inject all they way to where they said I was healed and I just needed more ROM. So I don’t know about the whole off and on thing but I know it worked for me
 
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Bpc 157 is one of the very few peptides where an oral version (it’s not exactly the same thing but is made from the protein in bpc 157) has nearly the same absorption rates/benefits as injectable.

Ive also read a lot of articles by smart people that all say you don’t need to site inject bpc. It’s systemic and will get to the site you need via the blood stream within minutes.

this is the best oral version I’ve heard of (note - I’ve never used it as I inject it sub q) from various podcasts etc

I ended up ordering a bottle of this to try out. Per their FAQ, users are noticing results after 3 weeks or so. Figure I should see something by the end of the first bottle. As a dude with old man knees, IBD, and an annoying bicep strain I can’t seem to get rid of, I figure this is worth a shot at 50 bucks. Thanks for posting the link.
 
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Will do...I’m dealing with some pec pain and golfers elbow ...Neither of which are going away easily...
Yuck, hate those lingering issues. As I whined about earlier, I have a goofy bicep injury I’m hoping this will help with. Hopefully the oral version is beneficial, if not, injectable it is.
 
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It caused a huge histamine response and immune upregulation in myself and several others
 

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never heard of it in oral but i will be checking this out as i heard the healing properties are awesome
 
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Bpc 157 is one of the very few peptides where an oral version (it’s not exactly the same thing but is made from the protein in bpc 157) has nearly the same absorption rates/benefits as injectable.

Ive also read a lot of articles by smart people that all say you don’t need to site inject bpc. It’s systemic and will get to the site you need via the blood stream within minutes.

this is the best oral version I’ve heard of (note - I’ve never used it as I inject it sub q) from various podcasts etc

One comment: Based on email communications with Dr. Seeds, his product (if real) is the gastric peptide BPC. BPC 157 is a 15 amino acid fragment of the full BPC. Here is a link referencing the difference:


 
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How about specifically for IBS?
“Given directly into the stomach, BPC 157 instantly recovers disturbed lower esophageal and pyloric sphincter pressure in rats after 12-20 months of untreated esophagitis.”

 
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If something seems to good to be true, it probably is...I’m sending mine back for a full refund....(Amazon won’t let me write a review, haven’t spent enough cash via credit card)....I’ve got a screenshot of the maker of this product offering free product from their other company in exchange for ‘up votes’ to the amazon reviews...pm if anyone want it. I just find that shady.
 

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Dr. Seeds BPC product is not actual BPC-157. It is NOT the same thing and will not work.

"The Dr. Seeds BPC combination contains the protein from which the BPC peptide is extracted. While this is not directly the same thing as BPC-157, the results that come from the Dr. Seeds BPC combination are extremely similar to BPC-157, at a fraction of the price."

Actual oral BPC-157 from Tailor Made did nothing for me. Although I have dysbiosis so it likely impaired absorption. I have switched to injectable BPC-157 and it does work. However, I have stopped it because I became depressed from taking the BPC-157. I read the literature and it has negative effects on Serotonin synthesis in parts of the brain, ie Hypothalamus, Hippocampus, etc. I am going to restart at a lower dose in combination with nightly 5-HTP to provide serotonin to my body. NOTE: My neurotransmitters are all low from intestinal dysbiosis so the effect on serotonin synthesis may not affect most people.
 

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How about infinite age BPC-157 anyone heard of this.
Probably not legit. Tailor Made Pharmacy charges about $380 for 30 capsules of the 500mcg strength.
So, this infinite age product is selling you 60 caps for $59.97, when a legit compounding pharmacy would charge you $760. Lol.
 
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Probably not legit. Tailor Made Pharmacy charges about $380 for 30 capsules of the 500mcg strength.
So, this infinite age product is selling you 60 caps for $59.97, when a legit compounding pharmacy would charge you $760. Lol.
Are you implying nothing is overpriced at pharmacies? It may not be legit but I wouldn't use the above rationale to assume it's not.
 

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Are you implying nothing is overpriced at pharmacies? It may not be legit but I wouldn't use the above rationale to assume it's not.
Nope. But common sense will tell you that you get what you pay for. These companies are clearly not selling actual BPC-157. This practice should be criminalized, but the people buying things would need to prove it. More often then not, they simply say it didn't work and move on, while these con artists make money.
 

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Anyone have any good experience with it?

I’m looking at a fairly reputable one made by the narrows labs guys...

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I recently purchased Narrows BPC-157, however I was dosing the rest of the injectable BPC-157 (500mcg)I had left over stacked with tb500(1000mcg)daily with 2 oral caps daily(1000mcg) to help heal sever knee pain (could barely walk down sets of stairs) first week I didn’t notice much except the oral bpc made my stomach feel slightly queasy (I take 2 caps first thing in the morning on an empty stomach and wait about 30 minutes to eat) and also killed my appetite. The appetite suppressant is still an ongoing issue as well as a queasy stomach, however I must say my knees feel amazing currently at 3 and a half weeks in. I was only dosing the injectable for the first 5 days because that’s all I had left, however once I ran out of the injectable I started to add another capsule (500mcg) about mid day (1500mcg total daily intake) and started to notice results a few days later. Everyday I feel it’s getting better and better as I can now run up and down the stairs, with a slight pain but nothing like before. I would ignore the people who say it’s not orally available, if you look at the rodent studies it shows that they still made progress via oral administration and yes most peptides are not stable in gastric juice, however bpc Is an exception as it has been shown to enter the bloodstream when taken orally. I have also suffered from slight IBS and I can sure say that it is improving as well. IMO oral administration is not as powerful as injectable, however it’s not far from it iN my opinion. I would highly recommend giving the oral version a shot as it has worked for me! Also I would give some feedback if you decide to do so due to there being a lack of oral reviews. Hope this helps!
 

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