Been trying some peptides. ARA-290:
as I've mentioned in the past really helped my neuropathy. I was on it 2 weeks, and in the first 7 days I noticed improvement in the numbness. My gp happened to run my kidney numbers about
a week in, however, and i noticed a spike in my creatinine. I stopped using the ARA worried it was that, and re-checked and kidneys were normal. I plan on repeating the experiment to see if it causes a spike in creatinine. If not, this will be a useful tool for combating neuropathy.N-Acetyl-Selank:
WOW. It's touted as a non-habit-forming alternative to benzos, anti-anxiety. I did one spritz and it really does feel like a mini-xanax. BPC 157:
This one gets the most hype as being very safe and great for healing the gut lining, and soft tissue injuries. I have been using it a week and I did go from completely watery stools to perfect stools. But I also cut out inulin at the same time which I think may have been feeding bad bacteria. My money is on the inulin. Still, too soon to tell, may be doing something.Cerebrolysin:
My buddy is on this and claims it helps his cognitive function immediately. Curious to try, but dont want to do too much.
For anyone interested in this, I think there are 3 sources that are the best (most trustworthy). Limitless Life Nootropics, CanLabs and Peptide Sciences. Or you can have a dr compound it through TailorMade Peptides. No point in buying anywhere else. I use Limitless right now.
, which is touted as great for cognition, caused headaches and anxiety. I stay away from this one personally
EDIT EDIT: I did notice a headache on my 2nd day using N-acetyl-Selank. May not use this one again. I stop quickly if something causes an untoward side effect, have to be vigilant when experimenting.
Post Edited (dcd2103) : 3/16/2021 5:51:45 AM (GMT-6)