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6Hypnone
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My LL told me about them. I asked her what therapies were used adjunctly with stem cell treatments, and she said one was various peptides. She suggested 2, the ones above.

Unfort. one is 300. I dunno what the other one is. I'm afraid to look.
But she thinks the improvements people make when doing stem cell is actually based on the adjunct therapies, such as this, not the stem cell itself.

My question is, tho, has anyone used these? I think they're a nasal spray.

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I’m using BPC-157, no stem cells.

So far it seems a bit of a miracle, but not sure what will happen when I stop taking it. It’s primarily for my gut, but appears to be helping everything... brain, energy etc. I’ve only taken 10 capsules so far.

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I'm not too familiar w/peptides, those are the ones my LL mentioned to me. What is BPC?
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It’s a peptide with a unique sequence of amino acids. Most people take the injectable form. My doc said to take it orally for gut issues. He has seen a few people cure bleeding ulcers with it.
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Are they all like this? As in a sequence of amino acids? Since it's taken along w/stem cell, I'd think it's pretty powerful.
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Stupid question but is there a difference between the peptides mentioned above and bovine peptides like:

https://www.primalblueprint.com/collections/all-products/products/collagen-peptides

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Where are you purchasing the BPC-157? Sometimes I have gut issues.
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From my doctor. It’s very expensive. Not sure I would recommend it just yet. I’m still not out of the woods.
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