Where To Buy CJC-1295 Online (Made In USA)

Boosting growth hormone levels is the goal of many anti-aging and bodybuilding formulations and stimulating your own growth hormone production is arguably one of the safest and most effective ways to achieve this.

CJC-1295 is one compound that activates natural growth hormone release by the pituitary gland and increases IGF-1 levels.

For this reason, CJC-1295 peptide has become popular for those looking to reverse the signs of aging and improve body composition by reducing subcutaneous fat and increasing lean muscle mass.

But, in an industry full of snake oil salesmen, finding a reliable source of CJC-1295 is paramount.

 

Best CJC-1295

The products below have been selected for the following reasons; they are produced by licensed US pharmacies and you will be required to have a Tele-Health consultation in order to be prescribed the medication.

As a result you can be sure you are receiving pure, potent and legally distributed CJC-1295.

CJC-1295-1-Month
  • 1 Vial CJC-1295/Ipamorelin
  • CJC-1295 6mg
  • Ipamorelin 6mg
  • Includes Telemedicine Consultation
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CJC-1295-3-Month
  • Auto-Refill CJC-1295/Ipamorelin
  • CJC-1295 6mg
  • Ipamorelin 6mg
  • Includes Telemedicine Consultation

 

CJC-1295 for Sale Online: FAQ’s

What Does CJC-1295 Stand For?

CJC-1295 is a synthetic peptide produced by the Canadian based biotech company, ConjuChem, LLC. CJC-1295 is also known as DAC:GRF which stands for Drug Affinity Complex: Growth Hormone-Releasing Factor.

CJC-1295 is similar to naturally occurring GHRHs (growth hormone-releasing hormones) but has been modified so that it binds to albumin protein in the body.

This greatly increases the stability of CJC-1295 compared to natural GHRHs which are unsuitable for medical use due to their limited bioavailability.[1]

 

What does CJC peptide do?

CJC-1295 activates Growth Hormone (GH) release by the pituitary gland in a pattern similar to that of natural GH release.[2] This also stimulates activation of IGF-1 (insulin-like growth factor 1), a molecule that acts as a downstream effector with growth-promoting effects on almost every cell in the body.

Due to its long-term activity on activating the bodies own GH and IGF-1, CJC-1295 has many potential uses and benefits including:

  • Subcutaneous fat loss
  • Increased lean muscle mass
  • Assisted muscle recovery
  • Anti-ageing benefits
  • Improved bone density

 

How do you use a CJC 1295?

CJC-1295 comes as a powder which needs to be reconstituted with bacteriostatic water before being administered as a subcutaneous injection.

Your prescribing practitioner will work out a dosing protocol that best suits your needs however, as a guideline, 0.2mL of reconstituted CJC-1295 & Ipamorelin injected daily is a typical dose.

 

How long does it take for CJC 1295 to work?

In healthy 20 to 40-year-old men, a single injection of CJC-1295 increased growth hormone production by 46% one week after administration. This not only demonstrates the quick-acting effect of CJC-1295 on GH secretion but its stability and long-term activity in adults.

There is also evidence of a cumulative effect after multiple doses of CJC-1295.[2]

 

CJC-1295 Cost

While there is a lot of cheap CJC-1295 online, these products are often ‘research peptides’ that are not legally sold for human use. CJC-1295 is a prescription medication which means that if you are purchasing the peptide without a prescription it is likely to be either impure, not formulated for human use or from an overseas pharmacy.

The cost of CJC-1295 produced in US pharmacies and prescribed by a doctor, either locally or via a Tele-Health consultation, usually starts at about $345 for a one-month supply.

 

CJC-1295 With or Without Ipamorelin?

CJC-1295 is often available as a stand-alone peptide therapy or in combination with other growth hormone peptides. One particularly beneficial combination is CJC-1295 and Ipamorelin as the effectiveness of each may be enhanced by combination therapy with the other.

The theory behind the potentially exponential combined effect is due to the fact that they activate growth hormone through distinctly different pathways. In fact, clinical studies have shown that the combination of a GHRH (such as CJC-1295) and a GHRP (like Ipamorelin) can increase growth hormone levels up to 10-fold.[3]

 

How long does CJC 1295 stay in your system?

The half life of CJC-1295 is about 5 to 8 days, this means that the concentration of the peptide in your blood will be at about 50% of the starting dose after around one week.

Compare this to GHRP-6 and Sermorelin which only have a half-life of about 20 minutes and 10 minutes respectively. The enhanced bioavailability of CJC-1295 means it is a safer and more cost-effective compound as less is required to achieve similar results.

 

Is CJC-1295 Safe?

Studies looking at the effectiveness of CJC-1295 have reported no serious adverse reactions, concluding that it is a safe and well tolerated compound.[1]

Because of the nature of the administration of the peptide, via subcutaneous injection, some side effects such as redness, swelling and itchiness may occur at the injection site. These can normally be prevented by following correct subcutaneous injection procedures.

Any adverse reactions should be reported to the prescribing practitioner and more research is needed to confirm long-term safety of CJC-1295.

 

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Resources:

[1] Teichman SL, Neale A, Lawrence B. Prolonged stimulation of growth hormone (GH) and insulin-like growth factor I secretion by CJC-1295, a long-acting analog of GH-releasing hormone, in healthy adults. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2006 Mar;91(3):799-805. [DOI: 10.1210/jc.2005-1536]

[2] Ionescu M, Frohman LA. Pulsatile secretion of growth hormone (GH) persists during continuous stimulation by CJC-1295, a long-acting GH-releasing hormone analog. J Clin Endocrinol Metab. 2006 Dec;91(12):4792-7. [DOI: 10.1210/jc.2006-17]

[3] Leal-Cerro A, Garcia E, Astorga R. Growth hormone (GH) responses to the combined administration of GH-releasing hormone plus GH-releasing peptide 6 in adults with GH deficiency. Eur J Endocrinol. 1995 Jun;132(6):712-5. [PMID: 778801102]

 

Information reviewed and approved by a licensed medical professional.

Kristine Clements
Kristine is an Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner (ARNP-C) who has been practicing medicine for 23 years. She specializes in IV vitamin therapy, Peptide and HCG therapy and has over 8 years’ experience administering the HCG Diet Protocol.