Cure What Ails You With BPC-157?
Sometimes, our bodies sustain too much damage that we might be inclined to believe the only way to recover fully is through a miracle... or surgery.
But perhaps what we don’t divine intervention, perhaps what we need is BPC-157.
It’s a peptide, and Lucas Aoun knows all about it. Along with his fellow naturopath Kyal Van Der Leest, Aoun discussed the wonders of BPC-157 capsules in this episode of Boost Your Biology.
So far, BPC-157 has shown massive success in rodent experiments, but proponents believe it’s only a matter of time before human studies prove that this peptide is ready for widespread use.
Strikingly, these miracle capsules are incredibly expensive -- about 18 times the price of gold per gram. Here are seven benefits that make BPC-157 worth its hefty price tag.
Correct Gut Damage From NSAID Drugs
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are very effective against pain, fever, and of course, inflammation, but they can be harsh on the gut.
BPC-157 has shown promise in protecting the body against stomach ulcers and other possible damage caused by NSAID medication.
Restore Normal Functions Of Intestinal Cells
By helping restore intestinal cell functions, BPC-157 facilitates gut-healing, especially after a person struggles with irritable or inflammatory bowels.
Support Bone Healing
Studies done on rabbits yielded that this wonder peptide sped up the healing of broken bones. As of writing, scientists are working on proving that BPC-157 can boost mineral density in bones to prevent them from breaking in the first place.
Speed Up Muscle Recovery
BPC-157 injections sped up healing for rats whose muscles had been crushed or cut. Interestingly, the peptide worked just as well, even on rats treated with corticosteroids, which are known to slow down the healing process.
Protects Dopamine Neurons
Aside from helping the gut and muscles recover, BPC-157 also works wonders for the brain. The drug strengthens the activity of neurotransmitters like dopamine and serotonin for improved mood, motivation, and attention issues.