Cutting-edge Peptide Therapy Protocols by Koniver Wellness

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Cutting-edge Peptide Therapy Protocols by Koniver Wellness

Achieve your health goals and maintain them with our powerful ready-to-use therapeutic peptide combination protocols.

EFFECTS + BENEFITS

What Are Therapeutic Peptides?

Peptides are small proteins or snippets of proteins. Each of them work uniquely to signal for specific cellular or physiological processes, rather than to get broken down into amino acids.

To date, scientists have discovered over 7,000 peptides in nature, many of them naturally occurring in humans. In your body, these peptides orchestrate numerous processes, such as:

Therapeutic peptides are made in the lab to function like natural peptides do in your body. They may be identical to the natural version or chemically improved to make them safer or more effective.

Because your body naturally recognizes and works with peptides, they are safe and deliver powerful clinical results when taken at the right dosages, combination, and timing. Depending on your health goals and type of peptides, they may work best orally, intravenously, or through subcutaneous injections. Most therapeutic peptides are administered through subcutaneous injections.

Why Choose Koniver Wellness Peptide Therapy Protocol?

Peptides are bio-identical small proteins that can deliver potent clinical outcomes if ALL the following critical factors are in place. These are especially important if you’re looking to maximize health and performance or to achieve a health breakthrough.

Doctor-formulated

It can take a great deal of clinical expertise to design the right personalized peptide protocols for the right health goals. Our therapeutic peptide protocols are developed and based on a deep understanding of human physiology and 20+ years of clinical experience in performance medicine.

The right dosage cycling and tapering

Without cycling or tapering, your body can get accustomed to the effects of the peptides, so the benefits diminish over time. We build in variability in peptide uses and dosages to maximize the health benefits you get for the money you pay.

Purity

Since you’re injecting these peptides into your body, you want to ensure that they’re free of dangerous contaminants. The more popular a health product category becomes, the more vendors emerge that don’t follow the highest standards, and products may contain unhealthy ingredients or contaminants. Peptides are no exception, especially if you’re purchasing them as research chemicals that can legally contain harmful substances.

Potency

For peptides to work, your products have to have the same potency as indicated on the label. Peptides are more fragile molecules that break down more easily with the wrong handling protocols and heat exposure. So, without careful quality control, you can easily lose potency. In addition to third-party testing, we ship our peptide products overnight on ice to ensure that it reaches you at full potency.

Koniver Wellness serves hundreds of elite international clients who trust us for the quality and safety of our products. Our peptides come from a cGMP-certified pharmaceutical producer who follows the highest manufacturing standards.

Cofactors

We’re experts in synergistic stacks, both from research and having worked with thousands of patients. Many peptides work better or produce longer-lasting results once you provide additional nutrients as building blocks or cofactors. In many of our therapeutic peptide protocols, we add these additional cofactors to boost the peptides’ effectiveness. We also often recommend nutrient IV therapy to maximize the effectiveness of your protocol.

Convenience

Since most peptide products are available as research chemicals, you’d typically have to calculate the right amounts of water to add and volume to inject in order to get the right dosages. Then, you’ll also have to load the needles with minimal air bubbles.



All of these become even more complicated and cumbersome if you’re using multiple peptides, or if you need multiple injections throughout the day.

Our peptides come in 30-day supplies premixed and loaded in insulin needles ready for injections, so you can skip all the cumbersome steps and be confident you’re getting the right doses.

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Therapeutic Peptides Available at Koniver Wellness

ARA 290

Metabolism

nervous system protection

antioxidant

analgesic

heart health

What is ARA 290 and how does it work?

ARA 290 is an 11-amino acid peptide designed and based on a portion of the hormone erythropoietin, which stimulates red blood cell production. However, ARA 290 does not stimulate red blood cell production, but rather it stimulates tissue repair and protection [R].

Clinical trials found that ARA 290 improves metabolic control and neuropathic symptoms in type 2 diabetics and sarcoidosis patients [R].

Benefits and uses of ARA 290

Side effects

No side effects of ARA 290 have been reported in clinical trials.

Stacks well with:

Other anti-inflammatory and neuroregenerative peptides

Ways to take:

Subcutaneous injection

BPC-157

immune support

inflammation-balancing

wound healing

analgesic

gut health

antioxidant

What is BPC-157 and how does it work?

BPC-157 is a peptide with numerous uses. It is a 15-amino acid peptide derived from body protection compound (BPC) found in human stomach digestive juices. Studies show it accelerates healing of many tissues, including those that typically heal slowly, such as tendons and ligaments.

BPC-157 seems to also balance systemic inflammation, increase blood flow to damaged tissues, and relieve pain.

Benefits and uses of BPC-157

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Oral, subcutaneous, Intra-articular

BPC-157 is a systemic peptide, so any route and location of administration will benefit the entire body. However, it may be best to administer near the location that needs the healing. So, taking it orally is better for gut healing purposes.

Part of Koniver Protocols

CJC-1295

GHRH/MOD GRF(1-29) with DAC

Metabolism

muscle building

sleep quality

anti-aging

What is CJC-1295 and how does it work?

Growth hormone is a natural peptide hormone from your pituitary gland. In young children, it stimulates growth. In adults, it supports muscle mass, fat metabolism, bone health, and heart health. It typically increases during deep sleep in the middle of the night. Also, its levels decline with age, contributing to age-related body fat gain, loss of lean mass, and slowed metabolism.

Growth hormone also stimulates IGF-1, which manages the effects of growth hormones. Both hormones work together on tissue and bone growth. IGF-1 weakly binds to insulin receptors and may enhance insulin action. In adults, IGF-1 also protects the blood vessels and neurons, making it important for cardiovascular, and cognitive and mental health.

CJC-1295 is the synthetic analog of the first 29 amino acids of growth-hormone releasing hormone (GHRH) or growth hormone secretagogue. In a clinical study, CJC-1295 increased growth hormones (GH) by 2- to 10-fold and insulin growth factor-1 (IGF-1) by 0.5- to 3-fold over the course of 9 to 11 days.

Benefits and uses of BPC-157

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Subcutaneous

Part of Koniver Protocols

Cerebrolysin

nootropics

neuroregeneration

mental health

metabolism

What is cerebrolysin and how does it work?

Cerebrolysin comes from an enzymatic fractionation of young pig brains. It consists of many neuroactive vitamins, short peptides, amino acids, and building blocks that support neuronal growth and function both in and outside the brain.

These active peptides include short snippets from brain-derived neurotrophic factor, nerve growth factor, ciliary nerve growth factor, P-21, enkephalins, glutathione, galanin, collagen, and orexins. Because all these components have low molecular weights, they cross the blood-brain barrier readily.

Benefits and uses

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Short IV infusion (15 minutes)
Intramuscular injections
Subcutaneous injections

Part of Koniver Protocols

DIHEXA

Nootropics

neuroregeneration

What is DIHEXA and how does it work?

DIHEXA is a small peptide derived from the hormone angiotensin IV. It crosses the blood-brain barrier readily and has neurotrophic activities. It targets hepatocyte growth factor (HGF), which is found in high density in the cortex.

Benefits and uses

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Twice a day topically, although usage should be limited to no more than six weeks

Part of Koniver Protocols

Epithalon

anti-aging

hormone balance

antioxidants

tissue healing

circadian rhythm

neuroprotective

neurogenesis

What is Epithalon and how does it work?

Epithalon is the lab-made version of epithalamin, a natural pineal peptide hormone. It increases telomerase, an enzyme that helps extend the telomeres, which are the end of your chromosomes.

Telomere shortening is a marker of aging and can cause cellular senescence, when the cells can no longer divide and regenerate tissues.

Epithalon also helps with metabolism, hypothalamic sensitivity to hormones, and pituitary hormone productions. It increases lifespan in model organisms including flies, mice, and rats.

Benefits and uses

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Subcutaneous injection

Part of Koniver Protocols

GHK-Cu

immune support

inflammation-balancing

wound healing,

anti-aging

beauty

What is GHK-Cu and how does it work?

GHK-Cu is a 3-amino acid peptide (glycine-histidine-lysine) with copper. It’s naturally found in the plasma, saliva, and urine. This peptide tends to decline with age.

Benefits and uses

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Part of Koniver Peptide Protocols

GHRP-2

Metabolism

muscle building

sleep quality

anti-aging

mental health

What is GHRP-2 and how does it work?

Growth hormone is a natural peptide hormone from your pituitary gland. In young children, it stimulates growth. In adults, it supports muscle mass, fat metabolism, bone health, and heart health. It typically increases during deep sleep in the middle of the night. Also, its levels decline with age, contributing to age-related body fat gain, loss of lean mass, and slowed metabolism.

Growth hormone also stimulates IGF-1, which manages the effects of growth hormones. Both hormones work together on tissue and bone growth. IGF-1 weakly binds to insulin receptors and may enhance insulin action. In adults, IGF-1 also protects the blood vessels and neurons, making it important for cardiovascular health, and cognitive and mental health.

GHRPs (growth hormone releasing peptides) can boost natural growth hormone production from the anterior pituitary without the side effects of regular growth hormone supplementation. GHRP-2 is the second strongest GHRP. It binds to the growth hormone secretagogue receptor.

Aside from stimulating GH secretion, it stimulates ghrelin (hunger hormone), possibly helping with muscle gains. GHRP-2 also weakly and temporarily increases prolactin, ACTH, and cortisol.

Benefits and uses

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Growth hormone secretagogues are best away from food, either before bed or first thing in the morning. They can be administered subcutaneously, orally, or intranasally.

Koniver Protocols

GHRP-6

Metabolism

muscle building

sleep quality

anti-aging

mental health

joint health

What is GHRP-6 and how does it work?

Growth hormone is a natural peptide hormone from your pituitary gland. In young children, it stimulates growth. In adults, it supports muscle mass, fat metabolism, bone health, and heart health. It typically increases during deep sleep in the middle of the night. Also, its levels decline with age, contributing to age-related body fat gain, loss of lean mass, and slowed metabolism.

Growth hormone also stimulates IGF-1, which manages the effects of growth hormones. Both hormones work together on tissue and bone growth. IGF-1 weakly binds to insulin receptors and may enhance insulin action. In adults, IGF-1 also protects the blood vessels and neurons, making it important for cardiovascular, and cognitive and mental health.

GHRP-6 is the third most potent GHRP. It doesn’t cause desensitization and also has less prolactin and cortisol issues than GHRP-2. It also binds to ghrelin receptors and stimulates appetite.

Benefits and uses

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Growth hormone secretagogues are best away from food, either before bed or first thing in the morning. They can be administered subcutaneously, orally, or intranasally.

Part of Koniver Protocols

Hexarelin (Examorelin)

Metabolism

muscle building

sleep quality

anti-aging

mental health

bone health

What is hexarelin and how does it work?

Growth hormone is a natural peptide hormone from your pituitary gland. In young children, it stimulates growth. In adults, it supports muscle mass, fat metabolism, bone health, and heart health. It typically increases during deep sleep in the middle of the night. Also, its levels decline with age, contributing to age-related body fat gain, loss of lean mass, and slowed metabolism.

Growth hormone also stimulates IGF-1, which manages the effects of growth hormones. Both hormones work together on tissue and bone growth. IGF-1 weakly binds to insulin receptors and may enhance insulin action. In adults, IGF-1 also protects the blood vessels and neurons, making it important for cardiovascular, and cognitive and mental health.

Hexarelin is a synthetic growth hormone-releasing peptide that stimulates GHRH release. It’s the strongest one that also increases cortisol and prolactin. However, it does not increase appetite, making it a helpful peptide for fat loss.

Benefits and uses

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Part of Koniver Protocols

Humanin

Mitochondrial health

metabolism

anti-aging

brain health

cell protection

inflammation-balancing

What is humanin and how does it work?

Humanin is a 24-amino acid peptide that naturally occurs in the mitochondria, found in many tissues and the bloodstream. It controls healthspan and lifespan in many animals. Natural humanin levels are higher in centenarians and their children compared to age-matched controls. Patients with Alzheimer’s, and mitochondrial encephalopathy, lactic acidosis and stroke-like episodes (MELAs) also had lower humanin levels.

In animals, humanin administration delays age-related cognitive and metabolic decline. At the same time, it protects against age-related diseases, such as stroke and cardiovascular conditions

Benefits and uses

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

Subcutaneous

Part of Koniver Protocols

Ipamorelin

Metabolism

muscle building

sleep quality

anti-aging

bone health

fat loss

What is ipamorelin and how does it work?

Growth hormone is a natural peptide hormone from your pituitary gland. In young children, it stimulates growth. In adults, it supports muscle mass, fat metabolism, bone health, and heart health. It typically increases during deep sleep in the middle of the night. Also, its levels decline with age, contributing to age-related body fat gain, loss of lean mass, and slowed metabolism.

Growth hormone also stimulates IGF-1, which manages the effects of growth hormones. Both hormones work together on tissue and bone growth. IGF-1 weakly binds to insulin receptors and may enhance insulin action. In adults, IGF-1 also protects the blood vessels and neurons, making it important for cardiovascular, and cognitive and mental health.

Ipamorelin is a 5-amino acid peptide that stimulates the pituitary to secrete GH, boost IGF-1, and inhibit somatostatin. Therefore, it supports growth and repair of muscles.

It is the mildest and most popular GHRP because it can increase GH without desensitization or any increase in cortisol and prolactin even at large doses. It also doesn’t increase hunger. Therefore, it’s the most popular GH secretagogue.

Benefits and uses

Side effects

Stacks well with:

Ways to take:

subcutaneous

Part of Koniver Protocols

Kisspeptin