CJC 1295 stimulates growth hormone release via binding to the pituitary. This peptide directly mimics the endogenous Growth Hormone Releasing Hormone (GHRH) typically secreted by the hypothalamus. CJC 1295 comes in 2 chemical forms. One includes a binding group called DAC, or Drug Activity Complex. The DAC bind to serum albumin and significantly increases half life. However, for many reasons, this is not the preferred product for many patients clinically.
Instead, the tetrasubstituted 29 amino acid modified growth releasing factor often called Mod-GRF is the version of CJC most use clinically. This version of the CJC 1295 outperforms the older and outdated GHRHs such as Sermorelin. The half-life of Sermorelin ranges from 8-12 minutes, whereas the half-life of CJC 1295 extends to 30 minutes.
As a result of better stimulation and release you see many clinical results including fat loss, increases lean muscle mass, better lipid profiles, better deep wave sleep and increased repair and recovery. Use in combination with Ipamorelin, the CJC is one of the most widely prescribed products.