- Increases natural production of Growth Hormone
- Improves Physical Performance
- Improves Immune Function
- Improves Sleep Quality
During youth, ample amounts of GHRH are produced so that the pituitary is able to provide the body with sufficient growth hormone to sustain health, vitality and otherwise normal aspects of form and function. GHRH declines with age causing reduced production and secretion of pituitary HGH and thereby increasing the sequelae of growth hormone insufficiency.
Human growth hormone has been used extensively for anti-aging therapy for many years. Although it is effective in restoring certain youthful characteristics in aging subjects, HGH has certain medical and legal issues that sometimes restrict practitioners from prescribing it. The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) restricts the use of HGH in adults except for treatment of AIDS or human growth hormone deficiency (GHD) diagnosed according to specifically published guidelines
Based upon potential problems with HGH, an alternative product that overcomes the medical and legal issues is of significant value to anti-aging practitioners. The only such product currently available commercially is a structural analog of human growth hormone releasing hormone called growth hormone releasing factor (GRF) or Sermorelin. HGH stimulates production of the hormone IGF-1 from the liver, while Sermorelin stimulates the patients own pituitary gland by binding to specific receptors that increase production and secretion of endogenous HGH.
Sermorelin has certain advantages over HGH that include:
- It’s effects are regulated at the level of the pituitary gland so that overdoses of HGH are difficult if not impossible to achieve.
- By stimulating the pituitary it preserves more of the growth hormone neuroendocrine axis that is the first to fail during aging.
Sermorelin provides the patient with all the benefits and more of HGH replacement therapy and furthermore, its off label use is not prohibited by Federal Law.
Sermorelin is a biological active analog of growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) that is produced by the human brain to stimulate production and release of growth hormone by the pituitary gland.
Sermorelin stimulates production of the body’s own HGH. It is a truncated analog of growth hormone releasing factor (GRF 1-44) that is naturally produced by the brain to stimulate pituitary production and secretion of HGH.
During youth, ample amounts of GHRH are produced so that the pituitary is able to provide the body with sufficient growth hormone to sustain health, vitality and otherwise normal aspects of form and function. GHRH declines with age causing reduced production and secretion of pituitary HGH, thereby increasing the sequelae of growth hormone insufficiency.