There is currently a real hype about new data on BPC 157 Australia. It is a peptide that consists of 15 amino acids and has shown very promising effects in previous studies. For example, BPC-157 can fight ulcers in the stomach, remedy inflammation-related diseases or even cause bones, joints, and organs to heal many times faster. It also seems to have positive effects on the brain. In this article, we look at what the data on this novel peptide looks like and what its potential areas of application would be!
Is BPC 157 legal in Australia?
Contrary to belief, BPC 157 is not banned in Australia as such. The FDA state very clearly that it is not allowed for the use on humans. It is strictly a research peptide. Laws are firmly in place to prosecute those that ignore the law and they will be prosecuted and in some cases imprisoned if caught.
There has been very little research on the effects of taking BPC157 for whatever purpose so we do not recommend it. Some report that an alternative to BPC is a product called Albutarex, a legal supplement.
What exactly is BPC-157?
BPC-157 is also known under the names PL 14736, PL-10 or Bepecin. BPC stands for “Body Protection Compounds”, which means nothing else than “body-protecting components”. It is a so-called pentadecapeptide, i.e. a peptide that consists of 15 amino acids. BPC-157 does not occur in nature and is therefore only available as a synthetically manufactured substance. Since it is produced synthetically, the discoverers naturally did not miss the opportunity to patent it. BPC-157 is synthesized from another protein called TB-500. Since it is synthetic, it was noticed negatively in sports where there are doping controls and has already led to the exclusion of athletes by the WADA (World Anti Doping Agency).
BPC 157 Side Effects
BPC-157 is a novel peptide that could have a variety of positive effects.
It should be said in advance that there are still a lot of questions regarding this peptide. The effects listed below mainly relate to studies carried out on animals. Nevertheless, there is some scientific data in this area that attributes the peptide to be very effective in treating diseases or health-related factors.
BPC-157 seems to make tendons in the fibroblasts (cells) grow faster. This could help injured tendons to recover much faster.
In the stomach, the peptide appears to have anti-ulcer effects. These effects are most likely mediated by effects on the dopamine and adrenaline systems.
BPC-157 also appears to have a positive effect on the intestine. So it shows anti-inflammatory effects here.
In rats to which neurotoxins are administered, the administration of the peptide leads to neuroprotective effects. In German, this means that BPC-157 has effects that could protect nerve cells and nerve fibers from toxic substances.
With regard to Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis, there are initial data that show that BPC-157 could have positive effects.
BPC-157 – Peptide with future potential?
BPC-157, also known as PL 14736, PL-10, or Bepecin, could have impressive effects. From a sporting point of view, the positive effects on joints, tendons, bones, and muscles are particularly interesting. Using BPC-157 here could result in injuries recovering much faster. A comparable supplement that has such effects to such a large extent is not yet known. So-called joint nutrients, such as chondroitin, a peptide that directly promotes the development of cartilage and tendons and greatly speeds up repair processes, are not yet available. The use of BPC-157 could also be very useful for other health problems. These include inflammatory diseases, stomach ulcers, other stomach, and intestinal problems,
On the other hand, it must also be clearly mentioned that data from human studies on BPC-157 are not really available yet. This also means that it has to be emphasized that it remains to be seen whether these effects will occur to the same extent in humans. However, the whole thing is already a promising matter with great future potential!
The peptide BPC-157 is currently still very unexplored in terms of its effects on humans, which is why it is generally advised against consumption. The use of this can also result in a drug test being positive and thus being banned by WADA. This text does not represent a recommended dose, but only summarizes the data that are currently available on this topic!