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p> I wanted to write to update you on my experience with the BPC 157 Wolverine Complex. I want to start with a recap of my medical background. I am 45 years old in October; in July of 2017 I was medically retired due to a partial knee replacement that did not have a good outcome. Since then I live in an almost constant state of pain. That coupled with my other knee being rebuilt, double ankle surgeries; mesh surgery to my stomach (x2); multiple broken bones and various other issues have made that pain worsen over time. Upon retiring I started to rebuild my lost muscle and began lifting heavy again. Although I have gain my muscle back (thanks to Pellets/ GHRP2 / GHRP 6) my pain only continued to get worse. I started the Wolverine Complex approximately a month ago; and have noted the following: -My day to day pain has decreased -My tendinitis (both biceps/elbows) has disappeared -The arthritis in my knees, ankles and feet has improved.


Growth Hormone Peptide Therapy

Midwest Pain Recovery Centers utilize a compounded blend of peptides to stimulate the body to naturally increase production of growth hormone (GH). Growth Hormone Releasing Peptides (GHRP) 2 and 6 and Sermorelin generate a natural GH pulse from the pituitary gland, increasing the insulin-like growth factor (IGF-1) level in the body. GHRP’s have a 2-fold mechanism of action:  they suppress the actions of somatostatin (growth hormone inhibiting hormone) and increase normal GH production by 7-15 times.

Human growth hormone (HGH) is naturally produced in the pituitary gland and plays a vital role in cell regeneration, growth, and maintenance of healthy human tissue including skin, muscle, bone, brain, and various vital organs. Once secreted, HGH remains active in the bloodstream for only a few minutes, allowing just enough time for the liver to convert it into growth factors.  The most crucial of these growth factors is IGF-1, which has growth-promoting properties on every cell in the body.

REGENERATION AND GROWTH HORMONE  – GH has been used to help patients recover from trauma due to injury or surgery for many decades. It helps to preserve and restore structure and function by activating IGF-1, which stimulates muscle growth and blocks the growth inhibition action of  myostatin. For example, when an injured extremity must be kept immobile, muscle tissue has a tendency to shrink or waste away (atrophy). GH has been shown to be nearly 100% effective in rebuilding muscle tissue and restoring strength to the limb. Growth Hormone has been exceptionally useful in reducing the amount of muscle loss due to non-use, even in the absence of exercise.

Clinical evidence supports the use of GH when injury is severe or complicated by other factors or medical conditions. This point is true for extreme burns or trauma that results in the need for surgery. GH works at the cellular level to promote cell growth and tissue repair, leading to improved healing and return to function.  Multiple research studies have shown the benefit of GH in the healing of skin and mucosal/gastrointestinal wounds as well as the improved healing and increased strength of fractured bones.


  • Bone Mineral Density – Research indicates that hGH deficiency in adults contributes to a reduction in bone density and therefore increased risk of osteoporosis. It has also been shown that hGH replacement therapy for greater than 12 months results in improved bone mineral density and hence, lower risk of osteoporosis.
  • Joint Health – By improving bone mineral density and increasing muscle mass and strength, GH therapy can help prevent the joint deterioration that is the result of arthritis. Optimal growth hormone levels are also essential for the health of connective tissue such as the synovium found in joints.
  • Promotes New Cellular Growth
  • Assists in the Repair and Healing of Fractures and Joint Injuries
  • Growth Hormone has the Ability to Regenerate Damaged Cartilage.