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What You Need to Know About GHRP-2 and Its Relationship to Sermorelin

What You Need to Know About GHRP-2 and Its Relationship to Sermorelin

We have not found the fountain of youth, though there is hope in gene therapy. In this young field, hormone replacement therapists can provide relief to patients who suffer from age-related conditions.

These gene wizards do this by tapping the body's natural resources to stimulate growth hormone back to its normal levels. One of the tricks of their trade is a regimen of sermorelin injections.

Sermorelin stimulates growth hormone in the body naturally, safely, and with minimal side effects.

Sermorelin is hardly the only agent of change in the world of stimulating HGH. GHRP-2 is another compound that can increase your body's production of growth hormone safely.

Not all HGH-stimulating agents are created equal. It can boggle the mind trying to understand them all.

That's why we have created this guide to GHRP-2. Read on to learn what it is, how it differs from sermorelin, and how the two can complement each other in a holistic program of anti-aging gene therapy.

What Is GHRP-2?

Pardon our language, but we are about to get a little technical here.

GHRP-2 is known as a Growth Hormone Releasing Peptide, hence its acronym. It is a synthetic hexapeptide, which is a reference to its chemical structure and the fact that it is man-made.

GHRP-2 works on several parts of the body to release growth hormone. These include the pituitary gland and the hypothalamus.

On the most basic level, the best way to understand GHRP-2 is through its classification as a secretagogue. Secretagogues are substances that cause the secretion of another substance. GHRP-2 causes the secretion of HGH from your body.

GHRP-2 vs. Sermorelin

If you are familiar with sermorelin, you know it functions very similarly to GHRP-2. Instead of a GHRP, it is a GHRH or Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone.

Like GHRP-2, sermorelin also stimulates the pituitary gland to secrete growth hormone. That's right, sermorelin is a secretagogue as well.

How, then, are these two peptides different? It comes down to one big difference.

Sermorelin and GHRP-2 act on different receptors to do their work. For this reason, their chemical processes do not interact with each other.

GHRP-2 + Sermorelin as an Alternative to Synthetic HGH

GHRP-2 and sermorelin may not interact with each other in your body, but they make for an excellent pair in a holistic injection program for naturally raising your body's HGH. The benefits of GHRP-2 are amplified when used in conjunction with Sermorelin.

Those benefits are many, and they include the following.

  • The creation of new muscle cells

  • Better sleep

  • Better endurance

  • Increased calcium

  • Combating obesity

Factor in that using GHRP-2 with sermorelin is much safer than synthetic HGH injections, and you have a winning combination.

Explore Your Options for Sermorelin Therapy

GHRP-2 is an exciting addition to the stable of compounds that can stimulate your body's production of growth hormone naturally. When you start a regimen of injects with GHRP-2 and sermorelin, the anti-aging effects can be powerful.

Do not fall for the promises of synthetic HGH. They mask ample negative side effects.

Talk to us about starting a regimen of sermorelin therapy today.

About the author

Dr. Constance Odom, MD

7 min read