As already mentioned with regard to the peptide glutathione, in addition to a large number of peptides which aim to drastically increase anabolic processes in the body by increasing the body's own growth hormone secretion above the physiological maximum, or even acting as a mypstatin inhibitor, meanwhile there are more and more peptides available on the market that are designed to enhance overall health and quality of life, or to restore them to the best of their ability by acting as an anti-oxidant, anti-aging, or versatile all-rounder. A very interesting peptide, which has a strong effect on the improvement of lipid metabolism, appetite and sexual libido is the peptide PT-141, also known as Bremelanotide. Everything you should know about this topic can be found here:
PT-141, also commonly known as Bremelanotide, is a synthetic peptide that closely resembles the naturally occurring hormone alpha-melanocyte in the human body, which has a strong influence on lipid metabolism, appetite, and sexual libido. PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) is a descendant of the predecessor Melanotan II. However, the peptide PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) mainly targets the effects beyond the tanning effect of MT2, that is, those mentioned above. PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) is therefore a synthetic aphrodisiac which, in contrast to Viagra and other medicines, does not affect the vascular system.
PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) or the related endogenous alpha-MSH activates certain melanocortin receptors. This is followed by a libido-enhancing effect by activation of said melanocortin receptors. PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) has been extensively studied for its treatment of male sexual dysfunction, also known as erectile dysfunction or impotence.
The recommended dose for ideal results is 0.5-2 mg 2-4 hours before the desired onset, similar to Viagra.
Since the peptide PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) aims to increase libido without causing harmful effects on blood vessels, there are usually no side effects to be feared when using this peptide. More often, however, there are reports of severe hunger attacks.