Experimental studies show the two peptides sermorelin and ipamorelin may work synergistically to promote higher levels of Insulin-like Growth Factor (IGF-1) and natural human Growth Hormone. As such, sermorelin and ipamorelin are classified as a Growth Hormone Secretagogues.
Please note: New prescriptions for this medication cannot be considered until an IGF-1 test is conducted. You have the option of purchasing an at-home IGF-1 test on our site.
Prescription Product: We will ask for your prescription information after checkout.
Ask us how sermorelin - ipamorelin blended injection may help you.
This product is made by a MintRx partner, a 3rd party licensed, sterile compounding pharmacy.
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