Food intake is where GHRP-6 outshines other GHRP peptides. This is mainly due to the fact that GHRP-6 is known to drastically increase hunger, which normally occurs within an hour after injection. The extreme hunger has been linked to the increase of ghrelin within the stomach. Ghrelin is a hormone that is produced by cells in the stomach that are released due to the stomach being empty or if the stomach thinks it is empty.
Ghrelin not only aids in stimulating GH release, but it also helps regulate appetite, promote fat loss in muscle tissues and helps in healing damaged tendons. Studies suggest that elevated levels of ghrelin in the stomach have been shown to have a direct link with fast healing of damaged tissues. This is why GHRP-6 may be a better option for healing than the newer modified version GHRP-2. GHRP-2 works the same as GHRP-6 but the extreme hunger side effect is not as severe.
In one study, it was shown that GHRP-6 has a protective effect on the liver that seems to be mediated by IGF-I, TNF-alpha, and nitric oxide. Data also suggest that the anti-inflammatory effect of GHRP-6 in the liver is exerted on nonparenchymal cells, so, again, for pct this may prove an invaluable asset.
As for peptides, in general, they are fairly new as compared to other anabolics, but they are far better, and have way more potential during cycles and PCT, just how much remains to be seen.
Just remember not to eat carbs or fats 50 mins before and after a dose of GHRP-6 so as not to interfere with the GH pulse it will cause.
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).
A daily dose of 300mcg split up into 3 doses.
Potential Side Effects
There are currently no known side effects for GHRP-6 if the correct dosages are taken.