You can also get oral BPC from Dr. Seeds. Mountain Man speaks highly of it and it seemed to help me too.
Are you injecting it into your shoulder?
Dr. Seeds sells "BPC complex", whatever that is, and studies were done with the actual BPC.
Just for body aches, you can use any anti-inflammatory and there are gazillion out there, mostly anti-oxidants: Super Oxide Dismutase, Glutathione, Glutamine, Quercetin, Selenium ... The easiest would be Glutamine powder 10-20g/day.
The cheap anti-inflammatories I listed are not NSAIDS but anti-oxidants that are considered 'healthy' and work by interfering with the inflammatory pathways of the immune system.
The oral "BPC complex" by Dr. Seed is NOT BPC, is severely overpriced and smells of a scam. It is listed on label as "Body Protective Complex Peptide Combination" and there is no clear statement what that actually is: "Dr. Seeds’ Body Protective Complex is a natural daily oral supplement that uses the larger protein from which BPC-157 is extracted."
The newer bottles on Taylormadehealth.com just list it as "BPC-157" at the insane price of above $100 for 60 pills. Smells scammy to me ...
The 1-3 stars reviews about it on Amazon are most informative: Amazon Reviews of Dr Seed
What dosage do you take and how often do you inject. Also where are you purchasing the BPC-157?
Can BPC-157 be combined with Ipamorelin or Sermorelin and injected together?
Great Thanks. So, I see 5MG vials on Peptide sciences site. Do I need to mix it with Bacteriostatic water? How do I calculate the injection quantity?