*BPC-157 is not currently available at BIFAT Center but will be available in the coming months.
What is BPC-157, and how does it work?
BPC-157 is a 15-amino acid peptide made from “body protection compound” (BPC) found in human stomach digestive juices. It works by decreasing inflammation and increasing blood flow to damaged tissues.
Benefits and uses of BPC-157
- improves wound healing
- helps repair tendon, ligament, and bone injuries
- protects and heals intestinal tissues
- prevents/heals stomach ulcers
- relieves pain from injuries
- speeds up the healing of skin burns
- supports healing of brain injuries
- helps improve digestive function
- may help improve alcohol withdrawal symptoms
Who shouldn’t take BPC-157?
You shouldn’t take BPC-157 if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
- injection site reactions (e.g., pain, redness, bruising)
- upset stomach
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How do I take BPC-157?
Oral, subcutaneous injection (under the skin), or intra-articular injection.
BIFAT Center will offer BPC-157 as a subcutaneous injection.
BPC-157 is a systemic peptide, so any route and location of administration will benefit your entire body. It may be best to administer near the location that needs healing. So, taking BPC-157 orally may be better for gut healing, and injecting BPC-157 around the injury site may be better for injury healing. Your healthcare provider will choose the best dosage form for you.