In that article, you learned how to order BPC-157, how to “reconstitute” BPC-157 to make it biologically active, how to…
In that article, you learned how to order BPC-157, how to “reconstitute” BPC-157 to make it biologically active, how to inject BPC-157 either intramuscularly or subcutaneously, how to take it orally, and BPC-157 research and side effects. I’d highly recommend you review that article prior to reading this one.
Since writing about BPC-157, I’ve taken an even deeper dive into the underground world of peptides, and found another similar peptide to BPC-157: something called “TB-500”, also known as Thymosin Beta 4.
TB-500 is a synthetic peptide that has been directly linked to impressive extremely enhanced recovery times for muscle and more. It plays a vital role in building new blood vessels, new muscle tissue fibers, new cell migration and new blood cell reproduction.
TB-500 acts a bit differently (and in some cases, more effectively and quickly) than BPC-157 and in today’s article, you’re going to discover exactly what TB-500 is, how it works, how to use it, and any and all pre-cautions and side effects you should know about.
A warning: unlike BPC-157, TB-500 is absolutely, 100% banned by WADA and most other global sporting organization both in-competition and out-of-competition. You should NOT use this if you are competing in any such sanctioned sport as it definitely falls under the banned category of “Peptide Hormones, Growth Factors, Related Substances and Mimetics (S2)”.