Bremelanotide PT-141 for sale in 10mg vials for research at the great price of $47.50! PT-141 is also called Bremelanotide and is a research peptide. Investigation so far shows it can improve sexual dysfunction in both male and female patients. A problem that various problems in life can cause.
What is Bremelanotide PT-141?
Bremelanotide (PT-141) is a synthetic analog of Melanocyte-stimulating hormone or MSH. This powerful drug works by boosting your natural pigment making them darker and sexier. Our medication contains a mixture of the two peptides (bremelanotide and melanocteptide) making it more effective than only the Bremelanotide alone.
This medication will give you better results if you are a guy who wants to make his skin look more masculine. However, if you are seeking to enhance your beauty by making your complexion look more feminine and soft this drug may not be for you.
Bremelanotide PT-141 can be used in many skincare procedures to enhance your skin’s appearance. This medication works on your skin cells, improving the overall appearance of your skin. With Bremelanotide PT-141 there is no downtime or discomfort since the medication is taken internally and absorbed quickly into your skin. It does not make you look different to how you look now.
Benefits of Bremelanotide PT-141
PT-141 or Bremelanotide is a research chemical and investigations have found it to improve sexual dysfunction in both male and female patients. However, there are no clinical data on this compound specifically for PD.
Is PT-141 legal in the US?
This medicine is approved for use in medical research in male and female patients aged 18 years or older. The safety profile of PT-141 in this research is not known.
Is PT-141 a prescription?
All trials in the Bremelanotide clinical development program have involved subcutaneous injection. The recommended dose of Bremelanotide for PD is a single dose of 100 micrograms injected into the scrotum (see Clinical Studies and Research).
How is BPT-141 prescribed or taken?
PT-141 is an investigational medicine and is not approved by the FDA. It is available as a drug under a Special Protocol Assessment (SPA) program. This SPA program involves a review of research before the medicine can be given to human patients.
Before PT-141 is prescribed to a patient, the investigational medicine may be administered in a clinical trial to study its safety, effectiveness, and pharmacokinetics (how the medicine is absorbed, metabolized, and excreted). During the trial period, information about the safety, effectiveness, and pharmacokinetics of PT-141 are shared with FDA.
What are the possible side effects of PT-141?
The side effects of PT-141 are not well known. If you are taking any of the following medicines you should tell your doctor or pharmacist.
Tell your doctor or pharmacist about all other medicines you are taking including medicines you get without a prescription, including vitamins, herbal supplements, and medications for cough or colds. You must tell your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking or have recently taken any other medicines.