MOD GRF (1-29) description
Growth hormone releasing peptide (1-29) is the “shortest fully functional fragment” of endogenous growth hormone releasing hormone (GHRH). It is a fragment of an amino acid chain formed by amino acids at positions 1 to 29. The GRF (1-29) mod is a modified version of GRF (1-29), and its modification consists in replacing the amino acids located in the 2nd, 8th, 15th and 27th positions of the amino acid chain of GRF (1-29) with amino acids more resistant to This allowed the original half-life of GRF (1-29) to be extended from 10 minutes to the half-life of MOD GRF (1-29), which is at least 30 minutes.
How does MOD GRF (1-29) work
MOD GRF (1-29) mimics the action of the natural endogenous growth hormone releasing hormone – GHRH. In the pituitary gland, it binds to GHRH receptors, thereby stimulating the production of natural growth hormone in the body (GH). MOD GRF (1-29), thanks to modifications and improved resistance to enzymatic cleavage, MOD GRF (1-29) stimulates GH production significantly more efficiently and better than endogenous GHRH.
MOD GRF (1-29) acts synergistically with GHRPs
Administration of MOD GRF (1-29) alone may not significantly increase GH secretion, therefore its use tends to be combined with administration of GHRP peptides such as Ipamorelin, GHRP-6, GHRP-2, etc., then such a combination with GHRPs works synergistically with each other.
MOD GRF (1-29) benefits and effects
- MOD GRF (1-29) stimulatessecretion of GH
- MOD GRF (1-29) help improve whole body regeneration
- MOD GRF (1-29) boosts protein synthesis and improve muscle growth
- MOD GRF (1-29) boosts fat utilization by stimulating triglyceride breakdown & oxidation in adipocytes
- MOD GRF (1-29) supports cognitive functions
MOD GRF (1-29) possible side effects
- Injection site irritation
- May cause joint pain
- May cause low blood sugar and/or water retention
MOD GRF (1-29) dosage
Optimal dose of MOD GRF (1-29) is often reported as 1-3 mcg of MOD GRF (1-29) per 1 kg body weight 2-3 times daily.