GHRP-6 is a research chemical that is classified as safe and non-toxic. It is used for laboratory experiments and in vitro testing. It is not intended for human consumption and should be used under the supervision of a qualified healthcare professional. The following information on GHRP-6 and its effects is provided solely for educational purposes.
The mechanism by which GHRP-6 works in the body is not entirely understood, but some recent research indicates it may prevent the development of heart failure. Researchers from Merck Research Laboratories have shown that a chronic treatment with GHRP-6 prevents sudden death in a model of acute myocardial infarction and dilated cardiomyopathy. Compared to the vehicle-treated group, the GHRP-6-treated group showed an 89% survival rate. Although the researchers did not identify the mechanism responsible for this, they hypothesized that GHRP-6 increases the release of Ca2+ and thus induces a positive inotropic effect.
GHRP-6 can be administered either orally or by subcutaneous injection. When administering GHRP-6, the user should clean the skin with alcohol prior to administration. The syringe should be inserted into the center of the cap and the plunger should be drawn until the correct amount is obtained. The syringe should then be removed after administration.
Clinical trials suggest that GHRP-6 has potential to help reduce inflammation in wounds. It works by regulating the expression of multiple cell types and reducing programmed cell death. It also increases the rate of wound closure and increases the formation of extracellular matrix proteins. It also inhibits the formation of scar tissue.