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Re: dosing for injections for antiaging

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
There are reports of human injecting GHK-Cu bought from other companies. If someone does this watch the blood pressure which may decrease with a very high dose. I do not recommend injection but if you do this, the keep it to a total to 2 mgs to 20 mgs of GHK-Cu. A possible lethal dose, based on studies in mice, would be about 23,000 mgs injected IV at one time.
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Re: dosing for injections for antiaging

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
From Reddit OK so GHK-Cu is weird. Yesterday I injected 2mg subQ, can't really say if I noticed much, but this morning I injected 4mg subQ and like all my inflammation disappeared. This 4mg was stronger than the highest ibuprofen dose I've ever taken regarding inflammation reduction. (like 1.2 grams ibuprofen). About an hour later I worked out and I've had the strongest pump/soreness I've ever had regarding lifting. Also I'm in a ridiculously good mood and don't feel sluggish mentally...
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Re: dosing for injections for antiaging

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
Hi Dr. Pickart, I've been using GHK-Cu for 4 weeks at 5mg daily. I've had great effects including skin, cognitive function and hair growth, it's pretty incredible! I have a quick question that I'm hoping you can answer. You recommend the purchase of GHK-Cu through Ceretropic. I'm curious what dose people use for anti aging effects. I'm concerned of copper toxicity and taking to much of GHK-Cu. I've spoken with you on the phone and had a great conversation with you! You're done amazing work...
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PrinLeslieh ·
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petejab ·
I've been using GHK copper peptide injections for about a year for general anti-aging and systemic effects. I'm not aware of any side effects at present, and have not found much info on the subject. I also use the Skin Biology products topically. Peptide Sciences is a reputable provider of , high quality injectable peptides, made in US. Good customer service. There are less expensive vendors, but the quality is suspect.
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Re: dosing for injections for antiaging

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
I don't know of any side effects at the dosages typically used which are 1 to 7 mgs daily. In one kilogram amounts, GHK-Cu costs about $10 a gram or $0.10 per milligram. But we have been under FDA pressure for years about the copper peptides and can say little. We cannot say what all the other sellers of copper peptides say about the actions of copper peptides. I have been told many times by FDA people that we have too much science. SuperSmart sells a sublingual form of 5 mgs GHK-Cu but,...
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Re: dosing for injections for antiaging

Lois R ·
I have a Peptide Sciences vial of GHK-cu 200 mg. How much bacteriostatic water should I use to reconstitute it. I want to give daily doses of 1 mg. Thank you. VERY MUCH.
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Re: dosing for injections for antiaging

Lois R ·
I am needing reconstitution rates. I have purchased a vial of Peptide Science GHK-cu 200 mg. How much bacteriostatic water do I use? I want to be able to give daily doses of 1 mg. Thank you.
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Davidmx ·
Hi everyone, I am amazed ad what I read here about GHK CU.. and I would like some advice. My Beloved dog is Akira, a 15-year-old Labrador, and she is getting the pass of the years.. she has some kind of inflammation in her throat, so she "roars" or "snores" while breathing... that is almost always... I would love to alleviate her with the pass of time, and I have a vial of 10 ml of GHK-Cu at 2000 ppm (as shown on label) I see someone giving a SubQ of 2.5 mg, and i would like to do so, but,...
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Re: dosing for injections for antiaging

Adam ·
Hello Dr. Pickart, I’ve been following your work for years with much interest You mention; ”The only issue is to keep copper and zinc in a rough balance of about 5 parts zinc to 1 part copper.” In maintaining proper zinc/copper balance are oral zinc supplements suitable for raising zinc levels? Thank you, Adam
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Re: Copper Misconceptions

Jessica ·
Dear Beth, Many of our clients have emailed us with concerns about the safety of copper. Excessive copper has been blamed for many diseases – Alzheimer's, heart disease, cancer, etc. The problem is that most of this comes from data on blood plasma copper and diseases. But usually, high blood plasma copper is associated with low tissue copper. Most plasma copper (60%) is locked in proteins such as in ceruloplasmin - an acute phase reactant that rises with stress and disease, and other...
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Re: Copper Peptides Protect against UV Radiation

Seihaa ·
Amazing information on GHK for sun protection. How would you use it for this purpose? Injected? Topically before exposure (for example mixed with your non toxic sun screen) or topically for several days before exposure starts? Thanks!
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Re: Copper Peptides Protect against UV Radiation

Skin Biology ·
Dear SEIHAA : Thanks for posting your questions! We are sure Dr. Pickart will post his thoughts on how this could be used in practical application. But actually you'll find some excellent information at: GHK and Sun Science ( suntanscience.com ) On Dr. Pickart's page outlining his Patent: Compositions & Methods for Suntanning and Protection , just look at the Examples I-IX . That is where Dr. Pickart mentions how he think GHK can be used to accomplish some great effects for the skin.
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

Adria Alexis ·
"In the study below, it was found that GHK, at a very low concentration (10 nanomolar) reversed the effects of emphysema on the genes of affected fibroblast cells from the patients." *** *** *** Wow! Is the FDA aware of this? If so, why haven't they approved it and allow it to start being used to help patients? COPD is 24/7 suffering from not being able to get enough oxygen to the brain. A walk to the bathroom becomes a major event. Talking after the slightest exertion is impossible! It is a...
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
GHK has a potential for treating several diseases and in all the research on the molecule, no negative actions have ever been reported. But I doubt if it will ever used in the USA because of its low cost. Think of the new $1,000 a day drug for the treatment of hepatitis C of the liver. The best possibility is that it be used as a nutritional supplement and encapsulated in liposomes for oral use. It should fit the legal definition of a nutritional supplement. But GHK may be used in countries...
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

Bart ·
Does anyone know if GHK is available orally as a supplement? from other countries maybe? thanks!
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skinbiologywebmaster ·
Originally Posted by Bart: Does anyone know if GHK is available orally as a supplement? from other countries maybe? thanks! Liposomal GHK and GHK-copper2+ are sold. Glycyl-L-Histidyl-L-Liysine-Cu(2+) loaded liposome formulations AUTHOR(S) Erdem, Setenay; T�rko�lu, Murat PUB. DATE May 2010 SOURCE Marmara Pharmaceutical Journal;May2010, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p91 SOURCE TYPE Academic Journal DOC. TYPE Article ABSTRACT Enhancement of collagen synthesis by glycyl-l-histidyl-l-lysine-Cu2+ (GHK-Cu)...
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

Kerry ·
My brother just had two heart attacks. After being brought back from the dead twice he found out, during a checkup, that he also has COPD. Like your mom, he is steadily in decline, probably more emotionally and psychologically b/c he really has no hope from his doctors that there is anything that can be done. I am never surprised but always amazed what the supposedly Health Care System is (not) doing for the health of humanity. We know that a cure for cancer was found and used for stage 4...
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
This information is for the use of medical researchers and persons interested in health sciences. It must be emphasized that GHK and other copper binding peptides have not been tested on human emphysema and COPD and are not approved for such uses. One way that may help with COPD is to take 6 mg/day of copper glycinate after a meal. Look at the new revision of http://www.skinbiology.com/cop...sema-copd-genes.html . for the reasons behind this idea. It may not stop COPD but it may help to...
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

TheAnswer ·
Google search: Research Peptides ghk 4th in line on the search Do your own research... be your own advocate... in a cool mist is how I would research it for COPD
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TheAnswer ·
This is actually an ultrasonic cool mist inhaler... Ultrasonic wave puts the liquid medication ( reconstitute the Peptide GHK-cu with Bacteriostatic water) into an ultra fine mist. I know the advertising says Steam but its not... the manufacturer from China just doesn't know how to describe the product correctly in English. Trust me it works by ultrasonic wave. Search for Magicfly on Ebay... it's so cheap but works so well... instantly creates a mist...
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

TheAnswer ·
Don't buy GHK-cu POWDER that is used for cosmetics to put in creams as you can't trust something like that to be pure and certainly isn't sterile... you must use GHK-cu Peptide which will come in a sterile vacuum sealed vial and the peptide is Lyophilized which means its freeze dried and will look like a white disc... Search for Research peptides Peptide Sciences and others
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
Please let me know if you hear of any good results with this system. My hope is that physicians outside of the USA start testing GHK-copper on patients. My fear is that the big pharma will replace GHK with an expensive synthetic drug filled with side effects. The person's lungs might work better, but their hair will fall out, they will have constant nausea, and their cognitive ability will plummet.
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

TheAnswer ·
Dr I sure will report back here...people need to know . There is a lot of research on GHK and I haven't read one negative to using it. It's use can go well beyond COPD's use... Dr's need to band together to use natural peptides like GHK to heal people. It's naturally occurring so they have a lot of leeway in it's use... If anything GHK declines with age and should be used to bring the levels back to a more normal state to facilitate normal healthy healing. Big pharma will want to alter it to...
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Re: GHK WITH COPD

Mike Smalling ·
Dr. Pickart, My name is Mike Smalling, and I’m currently a grad student at Louisiana Tech University studying in molecular science. I have read many of your papers, and became very interested in the tripeptide GHK through them. I have also read Dr. Campbell’s work on COPD, and Dr. Lane’s work with SPARC as well as others. I intended to do a master’s thesis on research of the tripeptide, but after I had gotten through the initial research, my advisors here realized I was in an area they were...
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Re: IMPORTANT NEWS! GHK-Cu Study on Acute Lung Injury

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
We are very busy writing a book on GHK and its actions. This takes all of our time. I hope some group develops the use of GHK-copper for COPD. The recent paper 2016 indicates that GHK-copper should be able to help damaged lungs.
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Re: DMSO & GHK: A Success Story

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
DMSO is added to many GHK products. But you only need a little, such as 1 to 2% if you add it yourself.
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Re: Reversal of Emphysema-Related Lung Destruction?

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
There are new reports of lung protection by GHK. 1. . 2016 Sep 6; 7(36): 58405–58417. Published online 2016 Aug 10. doi: 10.18632/oncotarget.11168 PMCID: PMC5295439 The tri-peptide GHK-Cu complex ameliorates lipopolysaccharide-induced acute lung injury in mice Jeong-Ran Park,1,2 Hanbyeol Lee,1 Seok-In Kim,3 and Se-Ran Yang1Oncotarget The tripeptide-copper complex glycyl-l-histidyl-l-lysine-Cu (II) (GHK-Cu) is involved in wound healing and tissue remodeling. Although GHK-Cu exhibits...
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Re: dosing for injections for antiaging

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
I would not recommend injecting GHK-Cu. We just have little information on human injections. GHK-Cu passes the stratum corneum rather easily, so just using the product on your skin, should put some GHK-Cu into your body. And GHK-Cu works at 1 nanomolar on cells. The Russian anti-anxiety studies in rats found GHK strongly affects the rats within 12 minutes at a dosage that would correspond to 35 micrograms in humans.
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Re: GHK and Bone Healing in Humans!

henryy123 ·
hi During human age there is an boost in the activity of seditious, cancer promoting, and bandanna critical genes plus a decrease in the activity of regenerative and reparative genes. The human being blood tripeptide GHK possesses many optimistic effects but declines with age. It improves injury healing and tissue renewal (skin, hair follicles, stomach and intestinal linings, and boney tissue) MAGNETIC SCIENCE FUN
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Re: GHK and Bone Healing in Humans!

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
His physicians wanted a hip transplant... My lameness in the right hip is improving dramatically only one day after starting SAM-e 400 mgs and the 3% GHK-Cu cream mixed with 3% DMSO, rubbed over the hip area. I must be taking 15 assorted supplements by now, MSM, BioCell Collagen II, NEM, and CTMinerals among them, started a week ago, so determining exactly why this rapid improvement would be futile. However, the GHK-Cu cream and SAM-e seem to have accelerated things. Impressive relief from...
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Re: Cooper peptides vs AHK-CU for MPB

skinbiologywebmaster ·
Originally Posted by Seuxin: Hello, I'm a copper peptide scalp cream user since a few month. I read a lot of scientific reviews about MPB and studies about AHK-CU in order to regrowth hair for MPB ( Male Pattern Baldness) suffered. Previously you said : " These mixed copper peptides work better than AHK or GHK for improving the beauty of your hair." Ok for the beauty for hair, but in order to stimulate regrowth, i read a study about AHK-CU. Only for the regrowth, what is the best Copper...
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Re: Cooper peptides vs AHK-CU for MPB

Ilia ·
New study about AHK-CU for MPB from Korea August paper from Korea about Copper peptides and men's hairloss: http://synapse.koreamed.org/se...de=0140AD&vmode=FULL full text They use a modified GHK-CU-L-alanyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine-Cu2+ and 5-aminolevulinic acid (5-ALA) Do people/professionals in USA trust Korea/China/Malaysia research papers? or only works from USA/EU/Canada/Australia?
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Re: Basal Cell Cancer on Nose

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
We are not allowed to give medical advice. GHK seems to have both anti-cancer properties and skin regenerative properties. Retinoic acid also has both anti-cancer and tissue regenerative properties.
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Re: Basal Cell Cancer on Nose

Jill ·
Thanks again Dr Pickert, but it's not the scars that I'm worried about, it's the cancer. I know you can't give medical advice, and I will ask my doctor, but do you think it would be safe to use GHK on the area where the cancer is?
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Re: Basal Cell Cancer on Nose

Dr. Loren Pickart ·
I think it would be safe but I am not a physician. I recommended retinoic acid because it is widely used in cancer therapy and also remodels skin. Go to "Pubmed" and do a search on "retinoic acid cancer" and youbwill see what I mean. GHK may be used in cancer treatments in the future, but for now still in the basic research area.
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Re: Effect on GHK/Cooper Peptides on PGD2 / PGE2

Jessica ·
Dear Seuxin, Our available data of human genes affected by GHK does not include these prostaglandin genes, unfortunately. However, GHK-Copper does stimulate hair growth in animals and humans. You may find more information at www.folligen.com or www.skinbiology.com . In fact, you may find this particular page quite interesting: http://skinbiology.com/copper-...-of-hair-growth.html . If you scroll down a bit you will find a photo of a mouse with impressive hair growth after being treated with...
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Re: Dosing

Fadas ·
Can you tell me how much bacteriostatic water should be added to 50 Mg of GHK-cu
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Re: Dosing

Skin Biology ·
Dr. Pickart says: "My earlier estimates of the amount of GHK-Cu needed for human effects were far too high. Since we are in the USA, we only have good reports on GHK-Cu working well at 1 to 7 mgs per day by injection. The SuperSmart GHK-Cu has Linguinal 5 mg GHK-Cu and we have a number of good reports on that product. We don't have much information on the GHK-Cu nasal spray which is sold in Europe and the Middle East."
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Sheila M ·
Are there specific brands or formulations you all could recommend? e.g. strictly topical, GHK copper the only ingredient or should I watch out for other ingredients, which brands to avoid, etc. I would like to use GHK copper for my hair and skin, but would it also help internally, if there is a formulation safe for ingestion?
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Skin Biology ·
Dear Sheila: Thanks for posting your question! The work on copper peptides continues to impress. However, since this forum is solely dedicated to the science behind copper peptides, the FDA does not allow specific mention of product names or links to be posted on our forum. To keep abreast of the published papers and work being done around the world on GHK-Cu, be sure to continue to visit www.SkinBiology.com Best Wishes, -Skin Biology
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Seihaa ·
Hi everyone! I live in the UK and have been able to source a 50mg GHK-CU powder vial from a reputable lab. I want to use it topically for skin ageing and, most importantly, on my scalp to help with alopecia. I plan to do microneedling once a month on face and scalp and apply a cream made with the peptide. I only use natural products on my skin so I was thinking of mixing the peptide with my current face cream which is from a 100% natural german brand called weleda. You can see the...
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Skin Biology ·
Thank you for posting your question - We are happy to reply back! We are checking with Dr. Pickart to see if there might possibly be any interaction if you plan on adding GHK-Cu to this product. Keep in mind that for a finished product however, Dr. Pickart never suggests to go beyond 3% GHK-Cu as the final concentration. There simply would be no need to and Less is More when dealing with potent cosmeceuticals. Best Wishes, -Skin Biology
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

Seihaa ·
You have been so helpful THAN YOU! I’ve tested the PH of the cream and it’s a neutral 5 so I’m hoping that’s all we need to make sure of? I’ve also tested various oils such as jojoba or, even better for hair, castor oil, and they come at a neutral ph as well. Will that be enough to consider them safe for the GHK-Cu? With more research I’ve understood you do need to dilute the pure powder in order to add it in drops to the final medium (cream or oil). Am I correct? Copper toxicity does worry...
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Re: Copper Peptide Skin Solution That Works

bestherbalextract ·
Yeah, I used Copper Peptide on my skin, it works well. I bought them for https://www.stanfordchem.com/copper-peptide-ghk-cu.html
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Re: GHK & DNA & You

belcanto ·
So is supplementing with copper how we increase GHK in our blood? If so, what is the best form? Thanks.
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Re: GHK & DNA & You

skinbiologywebmaster ·
I am sure either Jessica or Dr. Pickart will answer this more fully in the future, but supplementing with copper will not increase GHK in our bloodstream. Supplementing copper is great for health benefits (check out our forum about copper and disease.) but does not affect the amount of GHK Copper in the blood. Although related, those are two separate things. What would be needed is a supplement of GHK Copper. This does not exist at the moment. Dr. Pickart would love to have this be a daily...
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Cancer Suppression with Vitamin C and Copper:Gly-Gly-His

Jessica ·
This information is for the use of medical researchers and persons interested in health sciences. It must be emphasized that GHK and other copper binding peptides have not been tested on human cancers and are not approved for such uses. In 1983...
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GHK Suppression of Cancer Metastasis Genes

Jessica ·
This information is for the use of medical researchers and persons interested in health sciences. It must be emphasized that GHK and other copper binding peptides have not been tested on human cancers and are not approved for such uses. In 2010,...
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Wound Healing & Skin Repair Using Copper Peptides

skinbiologywebmaster ·
 StudyResultReference US Patents describing methods using GHK-Cu stimulating wound healing of wound and methods for enhancing wound healing through an animalUS Patent 4,665,054   New glycyl-L-histidyl-L-lysine copper derivatives of...
 
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