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Sermorelin FAQ

Sermorelin HGH Produced by Semorelin secretions.

Question: What is Sermorelin?

Sermorelin is a form of Growth Releasing Factor (GRF) that contains only the first 29 amino acids. GRF that is produced by neurosecretory neurons in the brain contains 44 amino acids. When the structure of GRF was first described by the Nobel Laureates, R. Guilleman and A. Shalley in the 1970's one of their students, William Wehrenberg sought to determine which part of the molecule was essential for its pituitary stimulating action. By eliminating individual amino acids and then testing the remaining peptide, he found that only the first 29 amino acids are responsible for stimulating pituitary production and secretion of hGH.

Question: Is Sermorelin the same thing as human growth hormone (hGH)?

No, it is a growth hormone secretagogue, which means that it stimulates the pituitary gland to produce and secrete hGH. Sermorelin is a small peptide containing only 29 amino acids whereas hGH is a much larger molecule containing 191 amino acids.

Question: I've seen advertisements for HGH secretagogues that do not require a prescription. Are these the same as Sermorelin?

No, the secretagogues or hGH releasers are usually the amino acids L-arginine, L-glutamine, L-ornithine, glycine, L-dopa, as well as such substances as ornithine alpha-ketoglutarate and the herbs Macuna pruriens and Tribulus terrestris . While high doses of these compounds sometimes elicit release of hGH from the pituitary gland, the effect is non-specific. In other words, they create a general effect on brain activity, just as exercise does, that sometimes causes hGH to be released. However, the effect is intermittent and unreliable since it does not work through any receptor specific process on the pituitary gland. Also, high doses of amino acids can produce kidney problems presenting a risk for the regular use of such products. In contrast, Sermorelin has highly specific and saturable receptors on pituitary somatotrophs. Thus, it binds to the cells that produce and release hGH. Upon binding, Sermorelin initiates its action through a cylicAMP second messenger system exactly the same as that used by naturally occurring growth hormone releasing hormone. Furthermore, it has an excellent safety profile with little side effects.

Question: Must Sermorelin be injected just as is required for hGH?

Currently, the only method for effectively administering Sermorelin is by subcutaneous injection. However, because the molecule is much smaller than hGH, it may be possible to successfully administer it through the nasal mucousa using a spray formulation. This hypothesis is currently being tested clinically and the results should soon be known.

Question: Are the effective dosages of hGH and Sermorelin comparable?

Although the molecules work at different sites in the body (hGH at the liver and Sermorelin at the pituitary), the amount of material needed to be effective in raising serum IGF-1 are approximately the same. hGH is generally prescribed in daily doses of one or two international units (IU) while Sermorelin is prescribed in micrograms. However, one IU is equal to 333 micrograms so the weight of effective dosages is approximately between 300 and 600 micrograms per day. The recommended dosages for Sermorelin are between 200 to 500 micrograms per day; a range which is comparable to that for hGH.

Question: Often, the effects of hGH fade after several months of use. What causes that loss of potency and does it also occur for Sermorelin?

Loss of hGH potency after about six months or more of continuous use is not unusual and is not due to inferior product. It is due to the fact that injection of hGH elevates blood levels of the hormone to unnaturally high values for several hours each day. Also, constant stimulation causes increased production of IGF-1 which also has more constant tissue exposure than under normal conditions. These factors causes target tissue receptors to “down regulate” in an attempt to prevent over stimulation by the unnatural exposure to hGH and IGF-1. Under physiological conditions, hGH is released from the pituitary gland in episodes that cause levels to increase and decrease many times throughout the day. Under such conditions, tachyphylaxis or down regulation does not occur since the tissues receptors get time to “rest” between each stimulatory event. In contrast to hGH, there is no loss of potency with Sermorelin because its action on the pituitary gland is modulated by feedback through somatostatin. This causes hGH to be released from the pituitary in episodes, rather than in “square wave” pharmacological presentation as occurs upon injection of the gene recombinant product. In addition, the pituitary gland up-regulates to stimulation by Sermorelin causing the gland to rejuvenate.

Question: Does Sermorelin have any non-endocrine effects that may be useful in treating aging clients?

Yes. There are many reports of data in peer-reviewed medical and scientific journals showing that GRF/Sermorelin also has a direct effect on the brain to promote non-REM slow wave sleep.

Potential Benefits of Semorelin Therapy

1.Increase in muscle mass and tone
2. Decrease in body fat percentage
3. Higher energy levels
4. Enhanced sexual performance
5. Re-growth of heart, liver, spleen, kidney and other organs that may shrink with age
6. Greater cardiac output
7. Optimized immune function and greater resistance
8. Increased exercise performance
9. Improved kidney function
10. Lower blood pressure
11. Improved cholesterol profile
12. Stronger bone health
13. Faster wound healing
14. Younger, tighter, thicker skin, with removal of wrinkles
15. Hair re-growth and density
16. Improved sleep quality
17. Elimination of cellulite
18. Sharper vision
19. Mood elevation and improved sense of well-being
20. Increased memory retention

 

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How to Get Started:

How do I get startedYour first step is to call and schedule an appointment at one of our Missouri locations, the consultation is free.

We will evaluate your current physical condition and help you get back on the road to living life. Sermorelin is by injection in small amounts daily. Benefits of Sermorelin, HGH replacement are gradually achieved over four to six months by restoring growth hormone levels in deficient patients to normal levels. Benefits may continue to increase for up to 18 months or more after beginning therapy.

We recognize that those who have low levels of IGF-1 have a deficiency in growth hormone in the body. We conduct a thorough blood test, which is drawn in office by our professional doctor on staff. If you have recent labs showing IGF-1 levels please bring them with you. The IGF-1 levels lab work does not exclude you from additional testing we will need to complete, it may help. The fees associated with blood tests are the patients' responsibilty.

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Columbia Missouri Center

108 East Green Meadows, Suite 2

 Columbia, MO. 65203

573-441-9400

FAX 573-441-9200 

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Kansas City Missouri Center

5775 NW 64th Terrace, Suite 204

 Kansas City, MO. 64151

816-382-3800

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