Peptide therapy is an evolving, cutting edge, medical science in which specific, bio-identical, protein amino acid sequences called "peptides" are used to repair, regenerate, support and improve the structure and function of different parts of the mind and body.
Over 7,000 peptides that are naturally occurring in the body have this far been identified, and over 60 medicinal peptide are currently used in clinical medicine. Peptide therapy is becoming more popular with integrative medicine physicians because medicinal peptide are highly specific and very effective in their therapeutic action and are typically very safe, and extremely well tolerated.
With conventional pharmaceutical drugs, the mind and body will always have a "reaction" that unfortunately and often includes unpleasant, potential harmful and sometimes lethal, adverse side effects. This is due to the fact that pharmaceutical drugs are foreign molecules unfamiliar to the body. Whereas bio-identical human medicinal peptides, the mind and body will always have a response that is very safe and virtually free of side effects when properly prescribed.
Peptide therapy may help with a wide range of health conditions like: