Sermorelin Injection - $280.00

Sermorelin, a growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH), is a safe and effective peptide that stimulates the production and release of your own natural growth hormone from your pituitary gland. This peptide, taken at bedtime, teases out your own growth hormone during sleep to complement your natural biological rhythm.

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Research & Benefits

Many research studies have shown the benefits of using Sermorelin to slow the effects of aging including benefits on bone density, cognitive functioning, fat loss, increased lean muscle, improved sleep patterns, and decreased stress hormone release.
One study on Sermorelin showed that over a 6 month period, both men and women experienced a decrease in body fat and increase in lean body mass. In another study, IGF-1 levels increased by 30% in men and 23% in women. IGF-1 (Insulin-like growth factor-1), is a hormone produced in response to growth hormone stimulation, therefore when growth hormone levels are elevated, so are IGF-1 levels. Studies on long term use are ongoing, but so far the consensus is that they are safe, effective, and well tolerated for the uses of anti-aging.

Body Composition

Fat loss
Increased lean muscle
Strength gains
Improved exercise capacity
Muscle recovery

Improved Aesthetics

Collagen restoration
Decreased wrinkles
Improved skin texture
Increased skin elasticity
More youthful appearance

Improved Quality of Life

Energy boosting
Enhanced mental clarity
Improved sleep quality
Bone density benefits
Improved immunity & healing

How to Use Sermorelin Injections

The most common way to take Sermorelin is by subcutaneous injection, which is directly under the skin into the fat. These injections are taken at bedtime as they work better with the body's natural biological rhythm of growth hormone secretion during sleep.

Side Effects

Very few side effects are associated with the use of Sermorelin as it works with the body's natural ability of producing and releasing growth hormone.

A large proportion of patients develop anti- GRF antibodies at least once during treatment with Sermorelin. The significance of these antibodies is not clear, and the presence of antibodies does not appear to affect growth or appear to be related to a specific adverse reaction profile. No generalized allergic reactions to Sermorelin have been reported.

The most common treatment-related adverse event (occurring in about 1 patient in 6) is local injection reaction characterized by pain, swelling or redness. Of 350 patients exposed to Sermorelin in clinical trials, three discontinued therapy due to injection reactions. Other treatment-related adverse events had individual occurrence rates of less than 1% and include: headache, flushing, dysphagia (swallowing difficulties), dizziness, hyperactivity, somnolence (sleepiness, drowsiness) and urticaria (itching).

Untreated hypothyroidism (underactive thyroid) can decrease the effectiveness of Sermorelin. It’s recommended that those interested in peptides get their thyroid hormones checked before starting treatment.

  • Facial Flushing
  • Injection site pain, swelling, or redness
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Hyperactivity
  • Sleepiness or Drowsiness
  • Uticaria (itching)
  • Dysphagia (swallowing difficulty)