Looking at Ipamorelin’s functions, it can be said that it is similar to GHRP-6 in the way of increasing ghrelin and gastric motility, as well as, targeting a selective GH pulse. Though, the hunger sides on Ipamorelin are virtually zero. This makes it a much more versatile peptide for before-bed time dosing. Unlike GHRP-6 and GHRP-2, Ipamorelin was shown at high doses to have almost no direct impact on cortisol or prolactin production.
This means users can dose higher and with greater frequency without having to be worried about cortisol and acetylcholine blood plasma levels being elevated. In short, it may be the mildest GHRP, but it is in no way the weakest. In fact, as a GHRP, it has shown to be one of longest lasting, and, at higher doses, the most potent. Ipamorelin’s function is a slow building one that is much more like the body’s natural growth hormone (GH) release. This makes it the healthiest choice in the bunch!
The benefits of Ipamorelin include:
No spikes in cortisol or prolactin at lower dosages
Lowers body fat
Anti aging properties (faster recovery)
Improves sleep and mood
Note; dosage information is only for scientific reference purposes. SARMs Central, does not condone the human consumption or use of this substance outside of a controlled scientific environment (i.e. a lab).
Ipamorelin, like other peptides, comes as a freeze dried powder that is very delicate. You can store it in the refrigerator or at room temperature before reconstituting. Once reconstituted with bacteriostatic water, the vials must be stored in a cool dry place like your refrigerator. Insulin syringes are the best way to administer it, usually via subcutaneous injection.
Of course, using iPamorelin with a GHRH like CJC w/out DAC will give the user the biggest increase in GH and IGF-1 as GHRP’s and GHRH’s work together synergetically. The average dosing for Ipamorelin is 200-300mcg two to three times daily.
Potential Side Effects
Even though Ipamorelin is the mildest and safest on sides out of the entire GHRP family, it still comes with side effects. Ipamorelin targets GH release like GHRP-6, but you won’t find Ipamorelin effecting FSH, PRL, TSH or LH blood serum plasma levels like GHRP-6 or GHRP-2. That being said, theoretically, at high doses Ipamorelin could cause an increase of cortisol or acetylcholine.
In practice, when Ipamorelin is the sole GHRP in a cycle, there is hardly any increase in cortisol and acetylcholine blood plasma levels. This is even true if the injections are much higher compared to the effective dose for comparable growth hormone release. So, what are the side effects that can be expected with Ipamorelin? Most users will find the common side effect of a head rush-like feeling and slight headaches.
It is suggested that users start supplementation at a lower dose and work their way up. In addition, it is best to inject Ipamorelin 30-45 minutes before working out so that the user is getting the double benefit of both growth hormones working together to maximize results.Find a distributor