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The Next Thing In Hormone Replacement Therapy
Peptide Therapy is an exciting, cutting-edge medical science that uses specific amino acid sequences called “peptides” that, when properly administered, communicate with different parts of the body, potentially enhancing the function of the entire body by binding to receptors on the cell surface and signaling optimal messages for health improvement.
To date, over 7,000 naturally-occurring peptides have been identified. We are now seeing that Peptide Therapy is gaining more notoriety with physicians because these peptides are highly specific in their action and very effective. Because peptides are mostly naturally occurring in the body, they are typically extremely well-tolerated and very safe.
Peptide Therapy helps with a broad range of health conditions:
- Enhancing Growth Hormone Production
- Balancing Hormones
- Improving Sexual Disorders and Erectile Dysfunction
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Insomnia and Stress Disorders
- Treating Obesity
- Inflammatory Diseases
- Autoimmune disorders
- Tissue Repair, including joints, tendons and ligaments, and bone
the Alzheimer’s disease helping peptide
Dihexa, also known as N-hexanoic-Tyr-Ile-(6) aminohexanoic amide, or its developmental code name PNB-0408, is an oligopeptide drug derived from angiotensin IV that binds with high affinity to hepatocyte growth factor (HGF) and potentiates its activity at its receptor, c-Met. Dihexa is a nooptropic and a small peptide that has been developed by researchers from Washington State University to potently improve certain cognitive function of potential trauma-based brain disorders and neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer’s through increased synaptogenesis. In an assay of neurotrophic activity, Dihexa was found to be seven orders of magnitude more potent than brain-derived neurotrophic factor.
Dihexa has also been called a “neurogenic wonder-drug” and the drug can be ten million times stronger than BDNF (Brain-derived neurotrophic factor), one of the leading medications for new synapse formation.
Main benefits of Dihexa
- Help people who have Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and Parkinson’s Disease (PD)
- Increase mental stamina
- Enhance creative thinking and social intuition and conversational skills
- People report it as it improves problem-solving skills
- Manage depression
- Improve general long and short-term memory
- Improve focus and learning
- Improve heart health
- Improve hair health
- People report as it boosts mental endurance
Users have reported increases in creative thinking, social intuition, and problem-solving skills. There has also been a fair deal of non-responders who haven’t felt anything at all.
It has also been considered as a prospective guard against aminoglycoside toxicity in hair cells. The outcome of this test found that Dihexa provided optimal protection against severe treatment with otoxin.
How it works
Dihexa is a first-in-class compound that is orally active, penetrates the blood-brain barrier, and facilitates memory consolidation and retrieval. This angiotensin-based small molecule may be efficacious for AD.
Harding, the designer of the drug Dihexa, says that they have quickly found out that this molecule is absolutely, insanely active. He further suggests that Dihexa or molecules like it may have applications in other neurodegenerative disease or brain traumas where neuronal connections are lost.
Dihexa also shows promise in overcoming memory and motor dysfunctions by augmenting synaptic connectivity via the formation of new functional synapses.
Although Dihexa seems to have a wealth of benefits, it isn’t without its side effects. One Reddit user reports side effects that seem to preclude it from being an eligible candidate for regular use. After a one-week trial, the user had this to say about their experience on Dihexa: “The biggest problem was the mounting attention deficit, which mirrored the complications exhibited by extended NSI-189 supplementation. I couldn’t gauge whether this side effect aggregated distinctly faster with Dihexa than it does with NSI-189–which seemed to get to its worst at around 4 weeks of continuous use–but it seemed to be getting there when I decided to stop. However, one clear side effect relates to withdrawal of Dihexa supplementation after discontinuing use. Jitters and irritability may be possible though no known reports of more acute withdrawal symptoms can be dug up at this time. Consult with your doctor before taking any kind of drugs.
The average ranges of Dihexa dosage are between 8 and 45 milligrams taken orally. As with almost all supplements, you should consult with your physician for the perfect dosage. You are also suggested to seek advice from your doctor if you are pregnant, nursing or taking prescription drugs on a daily basis. It is also noted that the general consensus among the nootropic community at large suggests that there are no significant contraindications with Dihexa.
What is Selank/Semax?
Help people who have Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and Parkinson’s Disease (PD)Both Selank and Semax are melanocortins and have pleiotropic effects involved in brain health and function. Selank by itself has traditionally been prescribed for anxiety and depression. Selank has pronounced anxiolytic activity and acts as a stable neuropsychotropic, antidepressant, and anti-stress medication. Semax is used as a therapeutic for patients with pathologies related to brain circulation dysfunction. As a combination, Selank/Semax has applications in improving learning processes, exploratory behavior, regeneration and development, nociceptive and inflammatory processes, accelerate nerve regeneration and improve neuromuscular performance and overall neural health.
What Forms of Selank/Semax are Available?
Selank/Semax is available as nasal and subcutaneous injections.
How Does Selank/Semax Work?
Selank and Semax act as Melanocortin Stimulating Hormone-like Peptides within the brain to initiate wide ranging effects related to brain activity and fitness. Selank is often prescribed for its anxiolytic properties, immune improvement, gastric protection, and with opioid and alcohol withdrawal/ dependence. Semax has been prescribed for anxiety, memory improvement, ischemic events, stroke, nerve regeneration, ADHD, opioid withdrawal and even chronic diseases such as ALS, Parkinson’s Disease, and Alzheimer’s. Semax has been known to be used as an Adderall alternative.
Who should use Selank/Semax?
The Selank/Semax combination works for patients that are interested in improving mental clarity, memory, and focus and has applications in alleviating anxiety and depression. In combination with appropriate medically supervised rehabilitation this medication has shown therapeutic agency with individuals suffering from PTSD and/or substance dependence withdrawal. This medication should not be used by pregnant or nursing patients and individuals under the age of 18.
What are the Benefits of Selank/Semax?
Over continued use, guests have seen benefits such as: Reduces anxiety and depression Improves mental clarity, memory, and focus