TB-500 5 mg peptide
TB-500 is a peptide that plays a significant role in tissue regeneration and repair. It acts pleiotropically, meaning it affects the entire body, regardless of where it is administered. The mechanism of action of TB-500 is very broad, and we aim to provide you with the most specific and practical advice.
Injuries? Surgeries? Fractures? TB-500 comes to the rescue!
TB-500 plays a major role in tissue regeneration and repair. It acts pleiotropically, meaning it affects the whole body, no matter where it is administered. Cool, right?
- Faster healing of wounds, scars, and broken bones,
- Most effective in muscle injuries,
- Formation of new blood vessels,
- Reduction in the production of pro-inflammatory cytokines,
- Shortening the treatment process for certain eye conditions, e.g., corneal healing,
- Supports the fight against autoimmune diseases.
How to dose the peptide?
Severe injuries/after surgeries and operations: 1 mg daily for approximately 4 weeks.
Preventively/in cases of muscle injuries: 1-2 mg every 4-5 days.
For severe injuries, it is recommended to use it in conjunction with BPC-157 for about a month.
The substance has been tested on a very large population, and no side effects have been reported.
How does TB-500 work?
The peptide TB-500, also known as Thymosin Beta-4, is a synthetic peptide consisting of 43 amino acids. This peptide is a naturally occurring peptide hormone in the human body. It serves many functions, such as tissue regeneration, prevention of inflammation, and stimulation of reparative processes.
The mechanism of action of the TB-500 peptide involves increasing the efficiency of tissue regeneration. This occurs by stimulating cells to repair damaged tissues, including muscles, tendons, ligaments, and bones. TB-500 also works at the cellular level, stimulating the activity of keratinocytes, fibroblasts, and epithelial cells, contributing to better wound healing.
TB-500 also functions as an anti-inflammatory peptide, reducing inflammation in tissues. Additionally, it can stimulate the production of new blood vessels, improving blood flow and tissue nourishment.
In summary, TB-500 operates at the cellular level by stimulating reparative and regenerative processes in damaged tissues while reducing inflammation and enhancing blood flow. This peptide is used in medicine but also in sports and bodybuilding to accelerate the recovery process after injuries and intense training. Many athletes use Thymosin preventively, meaning it is used as part of regenerative support.
What is TB-500 typically combined with?
TB-500 is a synthetic peptide that can be used either on its own or in combination with other supplements or medications to obtain additional health and tissue regeneration benefits.
Thymosin is most commonly combined with:
BPC-157: BPC-157 is a peptide similar to TB-500 and works at the cellular level, stimulating reparative and regenerative processes in damaged tissues. The combination of TB-500 and BPC-157 can increase the effectiveness of treatment and shorten the recovery time.
HGH: Human Growth Hormone (HGH) is a natural peptide hormone produced by the pituitary gland. It stimulates tissue growth and regeneration. Combining TB-500 and HGH can enhance tissue regeneration and accelerate the healing process.
TB-500 PRODUCT FOR RESEARCH PURPOSES ONLY!
All the above-mentioned properties are observed in laboratory tests, not performed on humans, they are for informational purposes only. All information contained in the descriptions has not been approved by GIS, GIF or EFSA. The substance is not a medicine, food product or dietary supplement and is therefore not suitable for human consumption. The product qualifies as a chemical reagent/reference material authorized for marketing in the EU. It can only be used for scientific research. Other information about the agent is included in the safety data sheet for the chemical substance, which we make available for viewing. Products are available only to institutions or individuals that are associated with research or laboratory activities.