Updated: Oct 19
The FDA ban on peptides in the US lacks scientific basis, potentially protects the profits of the medical industry, limits access to beneficial treatments, and forces patients to turn to the black market for access.
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🚫 "The consumer who should have a right to put in your body what you want to after making an educated decision even if your doctor says you should take it even if your research says you can take it.”
💰 Pharmaceutical companies are threatened by peptides because they cannot be patented, which would result in lower prices and increased competition, offering more health benefits with fewer side effects compared to mainstream medical options.
💊 The peptide Bpc157 is considered a miracle by many, with no reported side effects and doctors prescribing it without reservation.
💉 "It's probably because they work and they're competing with some other pharmaceutical. That's out there. That's under development and these peptides can't be patented."
💉 It's ridiculous to ban the healthier version of a peptide like CJC 1295, which helps our body produce its own natural growth hormone, while allowing the pharmaceutical companies to sell expensive synthetic growth hormone with potential side effects.
💰 The expensive and difficult approval process for peptides benefits established pharmaceutical companies, who can obtain patents and monopolize access to these naturally occurring substances.
💰 The government and pharmaceutical companies work together to control a monopoly that benefits them, rather than the people.
🤷 The government is preventing doctors from prescribing Bpc157 to their patients, even though there is no scientific proof that it is dangerous and many patients have experienced tremendous benefits from its use.