BPC 157 Stable 99.6% purity – 5 mg lyophilized powder
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(Last Updated February 5th, 2021)
Nootroo has licensed the patented BPC 157 Stable Form (ARG-BPC, BPC 2x – L Arginine Salt) directly from the patent holder Diagen and is selling it under the BeePC 157 brand in the US, Canada, and Mexico.
This form is called BPC 157 Stable, because it is stable in high temperatures, at various PHs, and in Sunlight / UV light.
In particular, BPC157 treated colonies had significantly more honeybees during the second and third clinical inspection (estimation of the number of bees in mid and late August) which is the physiological period of establishing long-living winter honeybees. It seems that BPC 157 treated colonies growing at a larger scale and consequently had a better possibility of successful overwintering. According to the bee-keeper report, all treated honeybee colonies survived while four of the control colonies died during late October, before winter period. In support, Tsagkarakis, Rokkas, and Katsimpoulas (2015) reported that their nontreated control colonies had collapsed before the end of the experiment.
Results of this field study demonstrated that BPC 157 administrated via sugar syrup as a food supplement significantly reduced (Table 2; Figure 3) the number of N. ceranae spores in the midgut of honeybees originating from the treated group. It should be empha- sized that the honeybee colonies fed with sugar syrup supplemented with BPC 157 had a reduced number of spores compared to the initial spore count (average reduction of 40.3% on 20th day and 68.1% on 30th day). Control honeybee colonies showed lower average reduction of N. ceranae spores.
BPC 157 Stable, also sold here as BeePC 157, is sold for use only in apiary research only and is not for human consumption. BPC 157 Stable / BeePC 157 is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Purchasers must be adults aged 18 and older. BPC 157 Stable / BeePC 157 is not a vitamin, mineral, amino acid, herb or other botanical, or dietary substance for use by man to supplement the diet by increasing the total dietary intake. While BPC 157 is highly pure, with the latest batch being 99.6% purity and it is produced under high standards with particle filters, this product is not legally considered “apirogen” or “sterile.”