Quote posted by ValentineA
GHRH is a growth hormone
releasing factor Peptide
that is comprised of either 44 or 40 amino acids and is abbreviated as GRF(1-29). The biologically active portion resides in the first 29 amino acids so the synthetic forms of GHRH are made up of just these 29 amino acids.
CJC-1295 has an added amino acid lysine which links to a drug affinity complex (DAC). CJC 1295 without DAC is modified GHRH or GRF(1-29).
Modified GRF(1-29) is a short-estered GHRH, while CJC-1295 is a long-estered GHRH. Effectively, the long-estered GHRH can be run once a week if you can find the real deal.
Since maufacturing CJC 1295 is a complex and costly process, most all CJC 1295 being currently sold is really GRF(1-29).
For men and women the dose is the same....1.0 microgram/kg, which also turns out to be the saturation level for most Peptides
. However, it is wise to start out with less and see how your body reacts before going up. Once you reach the saturation does, more is not better.
DAT on PM suggest as a general rule that you should always treat CJC 1295 as GFR (1-29). More than likely that is what you are going to be sold since it is less complicated and cheaper. He also suggest that you use 100mcg GFR (1-29); 3 times a day and combine it with 100mcg GHRP-6; 3 times a day for bodybuilding purposes.
For anti- aging DAT suggest 50mcg GFR (1-29)/100mcg GHRP-6 a day, 30 minutes before bed time.
It's probably a good idea to read DAT's log. It is about 40 pages now and is loaded with many great research studies and discussions of both Peptides
as well as others.