Sermorelin (GRF 1-29) and questions
-What is Sermorelin?
-How much Sermorelin should I take?
-What are the side effects of Sermorelin?
-How should I store Sermorelin?
See below for the answers to the above questions
What is Sermorelin (GRF 1-29)?
Sermorelin is a growth releasing hormone that acts as a diagnosing agent for hormone secretion, preferably the growth hormones. It is also known as GRF 1-29.
Sermorelin has recently been genetically engineered (GE) to stimulate the secretion of Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH). It contains 29 amino acids in its chain.
How much Sermorelin should I take?
Sermorelin is a prescription so the dosage should be what it says to fill the syringe on the bottle. However, Sermorelin should be injected every day, according to the prescription, and is decreased in frequency over time. Sermorelin is advised to be taken before bedtime at .2-.3 mcg.
What are the side effects of Sermorelin?
Some side effects of Sermorelin include injection site reactions (such as pain, swelling, or redness), headache, flushing, difficulty swallowing, dizziness, hyperactivity, sleepiness, and hives.
How should I store Sermorelin?
Sermorelin comes in a powder and must be mixed with a bacterial prevention solution. It should be administered prior to syringe preparation before going to sleep at night.