What is TB-500 Peptide?
TB-500 is a synthetic fraction of the protein thymosin beta-4, which is present in virtually all human and animal cells. The main purpose of this peptide is to promote healing. It also promotes creation of new blood and muscle cells. The healing effects of TB-500 have been observed in tendons, ligaments, muscle, skin, heart, and the eyes. Thymosin beta-4 is naturally produced in higher concentration where tissue has been damaged. This peptide is also a very potent anti-inflamatory agent.
TB-500 is different from other repair factors growth hormone, because it promotes endothelial and keratinocyte migration. It also does not bind to the extracellular matrix and has a very low molecular weight. Because of this it can travel long distances through the tissues in the human body.
One of TB-500 key mechanisms of action is its ability to regulate the cell-building protein – Actin. Of the thousands of proteins present within human cells, actin represents roughly 10% of the total. It is thus a vital component of cell structure and movement.
How to Take TB-500?
Most people utilize four to five milligrams of TB-500 each week. A typical dosage schedule might be two milligrams, twice every seven days, for a month to six weeks. If an injury is of the chronic type, the dosage may be lower, as the peptide will be used primarily in order to maintain benefits. There are different strategies for dosing, so it will vary a bit, depending on the person and the effect that is being sought out.
Stacking is another option. As you’re probably already aware, stacking is all about combining supplements in order to optimize benefits. It is possible to stack TB-500 with other supplement products (such as Growth Hormone Releasers) and many people do this in order to aid muscle recovery and gain muscle mass at the same time.
TB-500 is injected. Sterile water or sterile saline are utilized in order to dilute the product.
Promoting body growth
Decreases in body fat
An increase in lean mass
Increased collagen production
Increased cellular repair
Increases in bone density
|Synonyms||Thymosin Beta 4|