GHRP-6 (Growth hormone releasing peptides) is part of the family of drugs that acts at the pituitary and the hypothalamus to release the growth hormone. The main effects of GHRP-6 are GH secretion stimulation, appetite promotion, fat mass decrease and muscle mass increase, lowering of cholesterol level, skin and bones state improving, defence of the liver and anti-inflammatory action. While using GHRP-6 neurons are affected in the same method as they would be by anabolic steroids, causing a significant increase in strength. The drug also also promotes excess weight gain in the abnormally thin individuals.
The length of cycle using GHRP-6 is 16 months. The dosages are prescribed individually and injected 1-6 times a day starting with 25-50 mcg and gradually increasing it with the step of 25-50 mcg to achieve minimal side effects. Then, there should be return to the starting dose. The injections are usually made subcutaneously in an abdominal area 30 minutes before or in 1-1.5 hours after the meal. So far there were no reported side effects after the use of GHRP-6, except mild pain on the injection sites and small symptoms of nausea and headache.