Modified CJC1295 Without DAC powder,CJC without DAC powder is also known as Mod GRF 1-29, but even more commonly known as CJC-1295 without DAC. It is a protein that is 29 amino acids long and it is a GHRH analogue. CJC-1295 without DAC acts on receptors at the pituitary gland to stimulate the release of Human Growth Hormone.
CJC-1295 without DAC could be referred to more properly as a second generation derivative of GHRH. GHRH is modified to create what is known as Releasing Factor (GRF) 1-29, also known as Sermorelin. GRF 1-29 is then further modified to create Mod GRF 1-29 which is CJC-1295 without DAC.
CJC-1295 without DAC Dosage
Mod GRF 1-29 is typically provided in vials containing 2 mg of lyophylized powder, though the amount can vary. The contents should be reconstituted by adding a convenient amount of sterile or bacteriostatic water. If for example 2 mL is chosen and the dosing of the vial is 2 mg, the resulting solution then has a concentration of 1 mg/mL, or 1000 mcg/mL.
At time of dosing, an insulin syringe is used to draw and then inject the desired amount. In the above example, a 100 mcg dose would require a volume of 0.10 mL, or "10 IU" as marked on an insulin syringe.
Injection may be subcutaneous, intramuscular, or intravenous, according to personal preference. If desired, peptide solutions from other vials, such as a vial of a GHRP product, may also be drawn into the same syringe. This reduces the total number of injections required.
I ordinarily recommend a dosage of 100 mcg Mod GRF at a time, simultaneous with injection of a GHRP. For maximum effect, dosing is preferably three times per day at times of low blood sugar, for example about 30 minutes before a meal, but where use is ongoing, a common use is once per day prior to sleep.
The DAC technology in the CJC-1295 enables the compound to bind itself covalently with any circulating albumin, after it has been administered through a subcutaneous injection. However, the reason why the half-life could be extended from a few minutes to several days is more profound. The reactive group in the CJC-1295 binds to a peptide through bioconjugation. The peptide then finds a neucleophilic unit within the blood and reacts with it in order to create a firmer bond.
When using any GHRH, it should always be remembered that positive results cannot be achieved overnight. These compounds act steadily over time, and the best results can be achieved slowly, and with a nutritious diet and a proper exercise regime. Also, these peptides are not sex-specific, so they do not have any androgenic effects. They can be used by women in the same dosages that men do.