Hexarelin (examorelin) is a synthetic hexapeptide in the growth factor family which stimulates the release of GH and does not interfere with the animal test subject’s ability to produce its own GH.
Hexarelin is a synthetic GH secretagogue made from six amino acids. It contains powerful GH releasing properties in the animal test subject’s body.
Hexarelin in studies over a certain period has shown that it reduces visceral fat.
The increase of circulating GH through hexarelin use causes levels of IGF-1 to rise in the liver of the animal test subject.
IGF-1 is the prime cause of muscle growth in response to GH stimulation.