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Intestinal and Stomach Healing

GHK-Cu has potent effects on the healing of stomach ulcers and intestinal inflammations. One small human study found a very positive effect of GHK-Cu on the healing of intestinal lesions in persons with refractory inflammatory bowel disease.

 

Effects of GHK-Cu on gastric acidity,

mucous production and the development of ulcers  

(Shay gastric ulcer model (95% ethanol) in rats). 


Dosage of GHK-Cu Stomach pH
Rats with visible gastric 
Gastric mucous production
none2.3
72%
Unobservable
1 milligram3.8
33%
++
3 milligrams4.7
none
++++
10 milligrams6.7
none
++++
 

 

Likewise, GHK-Cu produced a similar blockage of rat duodenal ulcer formation (cystamine induced).

STUDY RESULT REFERENCE 
Stomach and
intestinal ulcers
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GHK-Cu was tested for healing of experimental stomach ulcers and intestinal damage in rats.

GHK-Cu healed experimental stomach ulcers and intestinal inflammation and damage          

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Pickart US Patent 4,767,753
US Patent 5,023,237  
US Patent 5,145,838
 
Cytoprotective actions against oxygen free radicalsa
GHK-Cu markedly inhibited intestinal mucosal tissue from lipid peroxidation by oxygen-derived free radicals         a
Cytoprotective effect of copper(II) complexes against ethanol-induced damage to rat gastric mucosa, J Inorg Biochem. 
Human Study:
Inflammatory
bowel disease
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16 patients with refractory inflammatory bowel disease were treated with rectally administered solutions of GHK-Cu.

After the 12 weeks treatment, there was a 60% reduction in severity bas measured by endoscopy, histopathology, and symptoms                                             

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An open study of PC1020 (GHK-Cu) rectal solution in treatment of distal inflammatory bowel disease.  Levine, Patt, Koren  (University of Washington) World Congress of Dermatology. 

Dr. Loren Pickart who has a BA in Chemistry and Mathematics from the University of Minnesota and a PhD in Biochemistry from the University of California, San Francisco is dedicated to the research and further discussion of biochemistry, science, and health in all its applications.

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