PT-141, also known as Bremelanotis, is a descendant of its predecessor Melanotan II. However, the peptide PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) targets mainly the effects beyond the tanning effect of MT2, such as strong influence on lipid metabolism, appetite and sexual libido. PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) is therefore a synthetic aphrodisiac which, in contrast to Viagra and other medicines, does not affect the vascular system.
PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) or the related endogenous alpha-MSH activates certain melanocortin receptors. This is followed by libido-enhancing effects by activation of the mentioned melanocortin receptors. PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) has been extensively studied for its treatment of male sexual dysfunction, also known as erectile dysfunction or impotence.
The mode of action of PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) in the overview:
Boosts libido extremely fast
– Supports the relief of erectile dysfunction drastically
– Also increases libido in women
– Compared to other power resources does not affect the blood vessels negative
– Improves appetite (can be seen as an advantage or disadvantage)
– Can positively influence the lipid metabolism.
The recommended dose for ideal results is 0.5-2 mg 2-4 hours before the desired onset, similar to Viagra.
Since the peptide PT-141 (BREMELANOTIDE) aims to increase libido without causing harmful effects on blood vessels, there are usually no side effects to be feared when using this peptide. More often, however, reports of severe hunger attacks.
This Article is intended to clarify this topic and in no case as advice, recommendation or other advocacy of misuse!