A synergistic blend of highly orally bio-available BPC-157 (as Arginine Salt) with Palmitoylethanolamide (PEA) and Sodium Bicarbonate (Stomach acid buffer/Peptide absorption enhancement) to deliver superior full body regeneration.

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Regenerate Ingredients

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A synergistic blend of highly orally bio-available BPC-157 with PEA to deliver superior full body regeneration.


Each bottle contains 60 capsules; 30 serves.

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*This product is intended for research purposes only. All product
information available on the website is for educational purposes only.
Bodily introduction of any kind into humans is done at the person’s own
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good or bad that may result from ingestion or use. Use should be
supervised by a qualified healthcare professional.





- Enhance injury and wound recovery

- Heal the Gastro-Intestinal (GI) tract

- Stimulate blood vessel formation (angiogenesis)

- Upregulate Growth Hormone Receptors

- Enhances collagen production and formation

- Anti-Inflammatory

- Cytoprotective

- Modulates Nitric Oxide (NO)

- Reduces Neuroinflammation


- Anti Inflammatory
- Blocks mast cells degranulation (Antihistamine)

- Binding affinity for cannabinoid receptors (similar effects in the body as cannabis CBD oil)

- Reduces the expression of cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2)

- Inhibits the release of histamine and TNF-alpha

- Relieves Pain (Analgesic)

Sodium Bicarbonate

- Peptide bioavailability enhancer

- Acidity Buffer

- Added to the formulation to buffer the acidity of the stomach; sparing the active peptide ingredients from degradation by the proteolytic enzyme, pepsinogen

- An acidic stomach is required to convert pepsin to pepsinogen, by buffering the pH we can lower the amount of active pepsinogen.

- Due to this buffering effect on stomach pH, regenerate is recommended to be taken on an empty stomach


Take two capsules per day away from food, or as directed by health professional.

Dosage can be split, 1 capsule twice a day, or taken together 2 capsules once a day. 

PEA (included in the product) is a fatty acid that in rare cases can some mild nausea for those with fat absorption issues and those without a gallbladder. 

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