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Presenting a new peppermint-flavored oral spray format of Integrative Peptides’ best-selling product, BPC-157, containing 500 mcg of the systemically active, multi-function peptide. A physician’s go-to for multipurpose therapy, BPC-157 is most renowned for its healing and regenerative qualities. Studies have found that BPC-157 peptide gut health issues include tissue regeneration, a balanced immune and inflammatory response as well as supporting a myriad of other body systems.

Type: Oral Spray Peptide

Purpose: To support a healthy GI system

Quantity: 0.85 Fl oz

Instructions: Two Sprays once per day.

Ingredients: Naturally occurring acetylated and amidated form of BPC-157 500 MCG, D-Ribose 25 MG, other ingredients: purified water, citric acid, stevia extract (stevia rebaudiana) certified organic peppermint essential oil (Menthapiperita), sodium citrate, potassium sorbate.

BPC-157 Research

Helps to reduce inflammation in the gut (1).

BPC-157 has a very strong reputation in the sporting industry to speed up muscle injuries, joint issues, tendon issues, and even ligament issues via many biochemical mechanisms (2).

BPC-157 can support normal bone mineral density and healing (3).

Athletes: WADA bans BPC-157 as a performance enhancement and recovery substance. (4).


1. Stable gastric pentadecapeptide BPC 157 in trials for inflammatory bowel disease.

2. Gastric pentadecapeptide BPC 157 as an effective therapy for muscle crush injury in the rat.

3. Osteogenic effect of a gastric pentadecapeptide, BPC-157, on the healing of segmental bone defect in rabbits


Always work with your primary care physician or schedule a consultation with one of our health consultants.

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