GHRH

GHRH

 

 

GHRH, or growth hormone releasing hormone, is a hormone synthesized by the hypothalamus regulated by the bodies feedback loop, that stimulates the anterior pituitary to release growth hormone. There are many different peptides that have been synthesized that have the action of a GHRH via the same pathway. These GHRH mimics include CJC1295 both with and without DAC, and Sermorelin. These GHRH’s can be used in conjuction with GHRP’s as they act of seperate receptors. Also, GHRHs seem to have a less stimulitory effect, yet the duration of the release seems to be longer. This may be beneficial when combinging GHRP and GHRH for desired effects.

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