Selank is an analog of the spleen-produced peptide (peptide simply means a string of amino acids connected together) known as Tuftsin. This peptide is also considered to be immunomodulatory, or capable of improving and changing the immune system (for the better).
Selank is able to influence the release of a powerful neurotransmitter known as Dopamine. You could even think of it like an internal opiate.
Another method of action is thought to be related to an increase in another neurotransmitter called Serotonin.
This brain chemical has the ability to help regulate mood as well as influencing appetite and even the normal sleep-wake cycles we go through. It is also well-known that deficiencies in these chemicals can lead to depression, lack of appetite, and difficulty sleeping.
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).
The generally accepted daily dosage range is anywhere from between 250 mcg to 3 mg.
Of course, you should always start with the lowest effective dose and then work your way up, if needed at all, in a very thoughtful, slow, and controlled fashion.
Potential Side Effects
Since this drug is very well-tolerated and considered generally safe, there are not many side effects to report. In fact, there are no significant side effects to report, along with no allergic reactions, interactions, or even addiction or withdrawal potential.Find a distributor