CJC 1295 Mutant Gear
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This agent is in fact a peptide hormone that has similar characteristics to GHRH. What CJC-1295 does is increase the protein in the body, which ensures that you gain clean muscle mass.
Another property is that it creates lipolysis (breakdown of adipose tissue), recovery from injuries is optimal, increases bone density and also has the rejuvenating effects like HGH contains.
This Cjc-1295 version ensures that growth hormone is stimulated from the pituitary gland.
The CJC 1295 DAC stimulates the slow wave (SWS). This is the well-known deep sleep phase that consists of phases 3 and 4. During this period, a lot of HGH is produced that relates to the body’s recovery and muscle recovery.
WHAT IS CJC 1295 from Mutant Gear?
CJC 1295 Mutant Gear is a synthetic GHRH (growth hormone releasing hormone) analogue made up of 30 amino acids. It has been shown to be very effective in increasing growth hormone and IGF-1 secretion without adversely affecting the pulsatility of GH secretion.
CJC 1295 Mutant Gear is often combined with Ipamorelin for its enhanced specificity as a GHRH. This peptide generates a similar increase in growth hormone secretion, but without the appetite stimulation and increases in cortisol, acetylcholine, prolactin and aldosterone seen with other peptides in its class. This peptide is very well tolerated and perfectly in combination with Ipamorelin.
Gland Stimulated: Pituitary Gland
Benefits of CJC-1295:
Increased growth hormone secretion and IGF-1 levels without prolactin
increase Increased body weight and height due to increased protein synthesis
Increased muscle growth
Increased bone density
Improved immune function
Improved cognition and memory
Increased collagen production
Increased fat loss
Increased cellular repair and regeneration
CJC 1295 Mutant Gear also promotes slow wave deep sleep, which is responsible for the highest level of muscle growth and memory retention and rejuvenation
GHRH (growth hormone releasing hormone) is produced in the hypothalamus. The pulsatile release from the hypothalamus causes a pulsatile release of GH from the pituitary gland. GHRH has a very short half-life of just a few minutes (half-life = the time it takes to remove half of the substance from the blood. The shorter the half-life, the faster the substance is removed from the body, and the less it effect on the body).
The first 29 amino acids of GHRH is the active segment. They are available as a manufactured peptide called Sermorelin. Sermorelin was further modified to increase the half-life to 30 minutes. This is called CJC 1295. CJC-1295 was further modified by adding DAC (Drug Affinity Complex). DAC binds to a blood protein called albumin, extending its half-life to 8 days. It’s called CJC 1295 + DAC. CJC 1295 can also be formulated in a non-DAC form that mimics a more normal physiological GH spike every night.
The longer half-life of DAC binding to albumin means that injections are only required once or twice a week. However, the long half-life and relatively constant blood level provide a constant stimulus for the release of GH from the pituitary via the GHRH receptor, which is not physiological. This can decrease GH pulse amplitude, which will result in decreased GH tissue stimulation.
When using a long-acting CJC molecule, it is recommended to have three-month ‘hormone holidays’ every three to six months to allow the pituitary gland to ‘recover’. During the holidays, Sermorelin is used instead of CJC 1295 + DAC.
The ‘hormone holidays’ can also reduce the risk of developing GH resistance. This resistance, or insensitivity, can occur through the formation of antibodies that bind to and inactivate GH, or through a reduced number of GH receptors on tissues (down-regulation). These are theoretical concerns as no long-term studies have been conducted to elucidate the issues.
Side effects of CJC-1295 may include injection site reactions (irritation, erythema, induration, pain, itching), headache, diarrhea, vasodilation (flushing, warmth, transient hypotension), nausea, abdominal pain.