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Montego1
02-25-2020, 03:33 AM
I'll post my review here for the Bpc157.

I guess I didn't pay close enough attention, the site lists the Bpc157 as 5mg but the vials are 2mg and, the picture on the site shows 2mg on the vial. If I had realized that I would have used another supplier but, it is what it is.

Will report back in a few weeks.

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Sherk
02-25-2020, 05:18 AM
The BPC is great, but yes, it would be nice if it was dosed at 5mg for both simplicity of dosing and not running through a vial so quickly. But it works, thatís for sure. Looking forward to your review.

drealdeal
02-25-2020, 05:36 AM
Looking forward to the review. I have used bpc a few times but not from this supplier.

REHH
02-25-2020, 07:41 AM
I thought they were actually 5mg and the picture was wrong. I'll get in contact and see if it can be corrected.

Let us know the protocol you use and how it works

Vision
02-25-2020, 08:06 AM
I thought they were actually 5mg and the picture was wrong. I'll get in contact and see if it can be corrected.

Let us know the protocol you use and how it works

You are correct the labels were a misprint and they have been waiting on the new labels..

REHH
02-25-2020, 08:11 AM
I'm told those are really 5mg, not 2mg as the label says. Was an error in the label printing, not with the amount of product in vial. So you have 5mg vials.

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You are correct the labels were a misprint and they have been waiting on the new labels..

We Posted at same time

GarlicChicken
02-25-2020, 09:24 AM
Awesome, I'll be looking forward to it

WesleyInman
02-25-2020, 09:33 AM
I have seen this precise issue now I think 3 times with BPC.(3 diff brands) The 2mg and 5mg discrepancy and Im unsure why that is.

Montego1
02-25-2020, 11:41 AM
I'm told those are really 5mg, not 2mg as the label says. Was an error in the label printing, not with the amount of product in vial. So you have 5mg vials.

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We Posted at same time[emoji53]

drealdeal
02-25-2020, 04:09 PM
I'm told those are really 5mg, not 2mg as the label says. Was an error in the label printing, not with the amount of product in vial. So you have 5mg vials.

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We Posted at same timeCool . That's always a good suprise...notbyhe other way around.

Montego1
02-25-2020, 04:46 PM
I will treat these as 2mg vials.

Reconstituted with 1ml bac water.

10 ticks on the slin pin will be 200mcg or, 500mcg if they're really 5mg.

Pinched skin at the point of the most pain and put the pin there. Then I let the skin go and pressed the pin a bit to get it as deep as possible.

One down, 49 more to go.

REHH
02-25-2020, 07:03 PM
I will treat these as 2mg vials.

Reconstituted with 1ml bac water.

10 ticks on the slin pin will be 200mcg or, 500mcg if they're really 5mg.

Pinched skin at the point of the most pain and put the pin there. Then I let the skin go and pressed the pin a bit to get it as deep as possible.

One down, 49 more to go.

Sounds good. Where's your injury at?

Montego1
02-26-2020, 01:28 AM
Sounds good. Where's your injury at?Outside upper left of the left knee cap is where the pain is the worst.

macedog24
02-26-2020, 01:46 AM
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Montego1
02-26-2020, 03:46 AM
First injection seems fine the day after. No skin irritation but, I did feel a bit of pressure at the point of injection though.

I'm guessing the small amount of water around the knee cap did it. Not pain, just a weird feeling.

I'll pin again tonight after work.

REHH
02-26-2020, 04:08 AM
Outside upper left of the left knee cap is where the pain is the worst.

Meniscus?

Montego1
02-26-2020, 04:19 AM
Meniscus?I don't think so but, could be.

I had an injury on my right knee over ten years ago where cartilage that covers the bone above the meniscus tore off from the bone being a little brittle under it.

This feels very similar but I don't know for sure. Can't go to the Dr on work insurance in case I hurt it at work either so, riding it out.

GarlicChicken
02-26-2020, 08:24 AM
I don't think so but, could be.

I had an injury on my right knee over ten years ago where cartilage that covers the bone above the meniscus tore off from the bone being a little brittle under it.

This feels very similar but I don't know for sure. Can't go to the Dr on work insurance in case I hurt it at work either so, riding it out.Ugh yeah a meniscus is gonna be almost impossible to get to with BPC. That particular spot definitely isn't tendons. Still might help though.

Thank you for keeping us posted!

REHH
02-26-2020, 07:10 PM
I battled a meniscus tear for 2yrs before I finally broke down and got surgery. It would improve for a while and give me hope then relapse, went thru that cycle several times before I threw in the towel. Ended up having two big tears that he sewed up and super glued, couple other areas he trimmed. Took a year for me to fully recover after surgery, to the point where I could squat heavy again anyway.

REHH
02-28-2020, 10:29 AM
Keep us updated......thanks

Montego1
02-28-2020, 11:16 AM
Still sticking to the plan. 200mcg as close to pain as possible.

Early so nothing to really say.

Training yday did aggravate it today though. I don't train legs for another four days though.

Vision
02-28-2020, 12:05 PM
Ugh yeah a meniscus is gonna be almost impossible to get to with BPC. That particular spot definitely isn't tendons. Still might help though.

Thank you for keeping us posted!
TB500 may have been the better option..

I hate to see people down and out, and like Rehh said too, he too forever the rebound..

I hope this works for Monte, worst case maybe the company can toss him some TB500 to run "shoulder to shoulder" with BPC (excuse the pun) ..
Its suggested to stack the both for enhanced mechanisms when used simultaneously, boosting a potent synergy with healing benefits..

Jswole220
02-28-2020, 02:54 PM
TB500 may have been the better option..

I hate to see people down and out, and like Rehh said too, he too forever the rebound..

I hope this works for Monte, worst case maybe the company can toss him some TB500 to run "shoulder to shoulder" with BPC (excuse the pun) ..
Its suggested to stack the both for enhanced mechanisms when used simultaneously, boosting a potent synergy with healing benefits..


I think bpc would be the better option personally if he was only limited to running one but i definitely agree 110% should have included TB as well which would be the second best option imo.

Montego1
02-28-2020, 08:27 PM
TB500 may have been the better option..

I hate to see people down and out, and like Rehh said too, he too forever the rebound..

I hope this works for Monte, worst case maybe the company can toss him some TB500 to run "shoulder to shoulder" with BPC (excuse the pun) ..
Its suggested to stack the both for enhanced mechanisms when used simultaneously, boosting a potent synergy with healing benefits..


I think bpc would be the better option personally if he was only limited to running one but i definitely agree 110% should have included TB as well which would be the second best option imo.The whole point of using the Bpc157 is to target local pain / injury quickly.

If I had the luxury of having lots of time to let this heal, sure Tb500 would be a good addition but, I don't so, the bpc is the best option.

Jswole220
02-28-2020, 08:48 PM
The whole point of using the Bpc157 is to target local pain / injury quickly.

If I had the luxury of having lots of time to let this heal, sure Tb500 would be a good addition but, I don't so, the bpc is the best option.
i agree itís the best option just saying I would have used tb in conjunction with it.

I think Iím going to run some bpc/tb myself to see if I can get rid of this nagging shoulder pain Iíve been having for the last couple years

Vision
02-28-2020, 09:12 PM
The whole point of using the Bpc157 is to target local pain / injury quickly.

If I had the luxury of having lots of time to let this heal, sure Tb500 would be a good addition but, I don't so, the bpc is the best option.

believe me I totally understand where you were going from the very start and I think everyone agrees with.. however running the Tb in the background is the equivalency of heavy artillery behind enemy lines firing rounds foreclosed support as the troops are on the front lines working hard up front... They have very similar properties as you know but they're quite different as well, it would almost be like a sust version of a peptide..one working up front and close and the other one in the background...

I have used a TB but not for injuries but more so at light dosages for recovery especially during the summer time when my sessions are more aggressive..
Did I notice a huge difference and recovering.. not in my larger muscle groups but definitely and smaller groups.. it didn't change the overall growth of the muscle because of faster recovery, I just had more hang Time and I wasn't as sore..

Now we all know there's all sorts of data out there and a lot of datas conflicting but there is a good amount of data support in the both of them simultaneously...
If you want let me talk to the lab and I see if I can get you some out.. it most certainly wouldn't hurt.
I'm just more serious on how the results will be for you.. because I'm going to stay extremely committed to this topic because I'm writing notes...

Montego1
02-28-2020, 09:27 PM
believe me I totally understand where you were going from the very start and I think everyone agrees with.. however running the Tb in the background is the equivalency of heavy artillery behind enemy lines firing rounds foreclosed support as the troops are on the front lines working hard up front... They have very similar properties as you know but they're quite different as well, it would almost be like a sust version of a peptide..one working up front and close and the other one in the background...

I have used a TB but not for injuries but more so at light dosages for recovery especially during the summer time when my sessions are more aggressive..
Did I notice a huge difference and recovering.. not in my larger muscle groups but definitely and smaller groups.. it didn't change the overall growth of the muscle because of faster recovery, I just had more hang Time and I wasn't as sore..

Now we all know there's all sorts of data out there and a lot of datas conflicting but there is a good amount of data support in the both of them simultaneously...
If you want let me talk to the lab and I see if I can get you some out.. it most certainly wouldn't hurt.
I'm just more serious on how the results will be for you.. because I'm going to stay extremely committed to this topic because I'm writing notes...Nah no need

If the bpc doesn't work, I'll look into more options later.

Vision
02-28-2020, 09:52 PM
Nah no need

If the bpc doesn't work, I'll look into more options later.

Either way mano, we're hoping you recover..

SloppyJ
02-28-2020, 10:18 PM
Have you used BPC before Monte?

Montego1
02-29-2020, 05:57 PM
Have you used BPC before Monte?Have not. Only Tb500

Priapus
02-29-2020, 06:32 PM
I was thinking of trying BPC157 and/or TB500 for my shoulder. Looking forward to hear how it goes for you.

REHH
03-01-2020, 10:31 AM
I was thinking of trying BPC157 and/or TB500 for my shoulder. Looking forward to hear how it goes for you.

I would run both like Vision said.

Priapus
03-01-2020, 10:53 AM
I would run both like Vision said. Sound thinking. My only issue with doing this is the actual injection. My shoulder is pretty messed up. A few rotator cuff tears (small ones), labrum etc. So getting the injection close enough would mean I'd risk going intra-articular and I'm not that comfortable sticking a needle inside my shoulder joint. Maybe just bathing the area from outside the joint is enough.

REHH
03-02-2020, 08:50 AM
Sound thinking. My only issue with doing this is the actual injection. My shoulder is pretty messed up. A few rotator cuff tears (small ones), labrum etc. So getting the injection close enough would mean I'd risk going intra-articular and I'm not that comfortable sticking a needle inside my shoulder joint. Maybe just bathing the area from outside the joint is enough.


Yes that's what I'd do, just use an insulin syringe and go close, not into the joint.

Montego1
03-03-2020, 02:34 PM
8 days in I think?

I've been running fever the last three days and have an upper respiratory infection and possibly pneumonia.

I've went through the first bottle of Bpc157, .1ml (a little bit over it seems) which is what I'm calling 200mcg every day.

I haven't trained legs in a few days due to being sick.

The knee feels VERY good. It could be from lack of training, or it could be that and the bpc. I can say this time frame of recovery is much shorter then it has been in the past with just rest though.

I'll keep with the same plan and see how it feels after a full leg day when I'm back training and not sick.

Hopefully it's really getting better and not just losing information atm.

REHH
03-03-2020, 03:08 PM
Good news on the knee feeling better, maybe it's working.

I've been sick for going on two weeks with a respiratory infection....sucks!!! I'm back in the gym but still not completely over it yet.

Montego1
03-04-2020, 10:20 AM
Good news on the knee feeling better, maybe it's working.

I've been sick for going on two weeks with a respiratory infection....sucks!!! I'm back in the gym but still not completely over it yet.That's what they said I had and possibly pneumonia. Z pack, prednisone and cough meds have me feeling much much better two days after starting them

GarlicChicken
03-04-2020, 10:36 AM
That's what they said I had and possibly pneumonia. Z pack, prednisone and cough meds have me feeling much much better two days after starting themThey prescribed me oseltamivir right away before it got out of hand. Knocked it down way faster than everyone else that had it

Montego1
03-14-2020, 05:22 PM
Going into my third bottle of the Bpc157.

Knee is still giving issues despite the changes in frequency and training I've made.

I've got two more bottles after this one so, about three more weeks. Hopefully the magic happens with extended use.

REHH
03-15-2020, 01:19 AM
Going into my third bottle of the Bpc157.

Knee is still giving issues despite the changes in frequency and training I've made.

I've got two more bottles after this one so, about three more weeks. Hopefully the magic happens with extended use.

Thanks for the update.
On my last run of TB500 I didn't feel relief on the shoulders till the very end of my run but they continued to improve for weeks after I stopped using it.

Montego1
03-31-2020, 04:15 PM
Time for another update.

Just finished the 4th bottle of bpc.

I'm not healed but, I have noticed an improvement overall.

It seems like, I'm not having as much pain in the area after training. Before I would be hurting pretty bad the next day to the point where I was having to use kratom and Tylenol to get trough the day. Now, it's just discomfort.

Also, the length of time I have any pain is much shorter. By the time I'm back to legs, every 3 days, the pain is virtually gone.

Now, I have changed my training a bit by lightening the load and, since the gym is closed, it's been mostly squats, sldl and lunges. No heavy leg press or extensions/curls. I think this may have helped but, the bpc IS working.

I have one more bottle left so, ten days.

I believe if I had stopped training, I would be back to normal but, the goals don't accommodate that.

I'll run the last bottle and see what happens. Unfortunately I'm not able to purchase more atm with everything going on but, I believe another couple weeks would finish off the healing despite training.

A.font401
03-31-2020, 04:27 PM
Iím glad itís helping even alittle. Alittle less pain is better than nothing thatís for sure. Sometimes the injury is alittle more serious than we know and Iím sure your hardcore training doesnít help it lol


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RoyKeane
03-31-2020, 04:30 PM
Sound thinking. My only issue with doing this is the actual injection. My shoulder is pretty messed up. A few rotator cuff tears (small ones), labrum etc. So getting the injection close enough would mean I'd risk going intra-articular and I'm not that comfortable sticking a needle inside my shoulder joint. Maybe just bathing the area from outside the joint is enough.
Used TB500 and oral BPC-157 to heal a shoulder injury too. In my experience you do not need to inject at the injured site. I did SubQ in the abs, took about 4 weeks but the combo is magic.

REHH
04-01-2020, 01:00 PM
Nice, I'd like to do another run of both BPC157 and TB500 myself.

Glad its working for you monty.

CompoundLifts31
05-20-2020, 06:34 AM
I will treat these as 2mg vials.

Reconstituted with 1ml bac water.

10 ticks on the slin pin will be 200mcg or, 500mcg if they're really 5mg.

Pinched skin at the point of the most pain and put the pin there. Then I let the skin go and pressed the pin a bit to get it as deep as possible.

One down, 49 more to go.Hamstrimg?

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Montego1
05-20-2020, 08:02 AM
Hamstrimg?

Sent from my SM-A205U using TapatalkSartorious. Impossibly hard to injure usually. I did it with a cramp in my sleep [emoji53]


Sorry edit - this was for my left knee. Saw No improvement after five vials.