TB 500 Review 2020: Pro’s & Con’s

An introduction TB 500

Now more than ever, there is plenty of chit chat about the benefits of peptides in the bodybuilding scene. Unfortunately, there isn’t much information or scientific evidence about the nature of peptides and how they affect the human body.

According to the bro-science on the streets and in the gym, peptides can help one build muscle faster, and can also help an individual to recover from an injury quicker. But what does real science say about peptides and especially TB 500?

In this article, we’ll touch on the basics about peptides as a whole and provide factual information about TB 500 and how it can help you in your bodybuilding endeavors. Apart from the good news, we’ll also look at the drawbacks associated with the peptide and everything there is to know about it.

Buckle up. It’s going to be a bumpy ride.

What is TB 500?

TB 500 is an artificial reproduction of a protein known as Thymosin Beta-4. Thymosin Beta-4 is present in all human and animal cells. The primary purpose of the peptide is to promote healing. This synthetic protein shares the same healing properties as the organic protein. Consequently, it can be instrumental for individuals who are looking to capitalize on the results of their bodybuilding.

This peptide is often used in the animal racing scene (read horses) to help enhance their performance as well as to reduce their chances of developing an injury. There’s a possibility that humans could benefit from the peptide in the same way that animals do. However, there is also some risk attached.

Thymosin Beta-4 (also called TB 500) is mostly used in research studies conducted on racing horses. As such, it is mostly sold to veterinarians and to laboratories making it quite hard to obtain. Here’s a distinction. Thymosin Beta-4 and TB 500 are not the same, although they are almost identical.

The Thymosin family was first developed in the mid-1960s. During that time, researchers at the Albert Einstein College began understanding how the thymus affected the development of the vertebrate immune system. Fellow researchers are still pursuing the production of TB 500. They have born a testament to the impressive properties and the peptide’s ability to restore and recover tissues in living things.

Let’s take a detailed look at the effects of TB 500 in animals.

What Are the Benefits of TB 500?

The effects of TB 500 are somewhat similar to those of growth hormone, both in humans and in animals. However, the effects are slightly different compared to steroids.

You can expect the following from someone using TB 500.

  • Increased endurance
  • Enhanced strength
  • Significant muscle gains
  • Improved flexibility
  • Faster recovery from injuries and quicker tissue repair
  • Helps to reduce sensitivity to pain and occurrence of inflammation
  • Stimulates hair growth

TB 500 has been shown to help individuals manage a condition known as athlete’s heart. It is a relatively serious heart condition that can cause tissue in the organ to be damaged.

As highlighted above, TB 500 has been studied at length for its benefits in helping to treat ailments in animals. Some of the benefits attributed to the peptide include:

  • Allowing wounds to heal faster while reducing the occurrence of discomfort and scars
  • Promoting the production of stem cells, allowing for tissue repair to occur at a cellular level
  • Can help to treat symptoms of diabetes in canines
  • Promotes the health of red and white blood cells
  • Helps to keep inflammation at bay
  • Contributes to increased stamina and overall performance

There are numerous reports from people who’ve used TB 500 to help treat injuries that would have otherwise taken a long time to heal. The compound has also been found to be helpful in the treatment of long-term or chronic injuries.

TB 500 Mechanism of Action

Now that you are familiar with the effects of TB 500, you’re probably wondering how it does what it does. Learning its mechanism of action is crucial in determining whether or not you want to use this stuff or not.

For starters, this peptide upregulates cellular proteins that are responsible for the growth and repair of tissue. This means that your body will become more receptive to the response of the cellular proteins.

Actin is one of the hormones involved in this process. The upregulation of actin by the body encourages cell reproduction, enhances cell migration, and promotes faster growth of cellular tissues. This is crucial for building blood vessel pathways. Additionally, the upregulation of actin also promotes positive inflammation, a process that signals your immune system that it should direct healing energy to a certain part of your body.

TB 500 features quite an interesting molecular structure. The best part about it is that it’s a light compound, which allows it to move through the body tissue with ease, and can also travel a great distance within the body. This means that the peptide will traverse all areas of the body until it can find areas requiring healing, where it can exert its effects.

TB 500 Dosage

The standard dosage for TB 500 ranges between 4 to 10 milligrams taken twice every week. This is the initial dose that you should take for the first four to six weeks, to allow your system to acclimatize to the supplement.

After that, you can take two to three milligrams once a week for maintenance. Later on, still in your maintenance protocol, you can take it once per month. The latter stage of the procedure can be taken during the training season, and also while preparing for a competition. It will help prevent injury and also contribute to faster recovery as you push your body past its confines.  

You must note that the dosage protocol described above is the most common, but not necessarily the benchmark dosage recommendation. Currently, there is no standard dosage procedure. All the information we have is based on observations of what has worked so far for animals undergoing athletic training. According to experts, the TB 500 dosage protocol and the general length of treatment should be based on the unique needs of the animal in question.

Does TB 500 have Side Effects?

The available research on TB 500 has shown contradictory results. Studies are showing that it can intensify the growth of cancer cells. On the other hand, some studies indicate that it can prevent the development of cancer. So which is which?

Well, the rationale is that physicians have noted that cancer patients have higher Thymosin levels than healthy individuals. This observation has sparked considerable rumors about the role of TB 500 in causing cancer.

However, further research has shown that Thymosin Beta-4 increases the production of white blood cells. As you know, WBC fights of ailments in the body. Arguably, Thymosin Beta-4 is plenty in areas with cancer cells due to its role in increasing white blood cell production to improve the body’s immune response.

Beyond this point, there isn’t a lot of data on TB 500 because very few studies have been conducted on the subject.

However, the most common side effect that has been reported by bodybuilders and athletes using this peptide is extreme tiredness. Others reported a head rush immediately after administering it, although the feeling lasts only for a few minutes before returning to normalcy.

How to Use TB 500 For The Best Results?

Once you obtain your TB 500, you have to reconstitute it before using it.

Doing so is not complicated.

  • Use an alcohol swab to sanitize both your bacteriostatic (BAC) water and your TB 500 bottles to prevent contamination.
  • Remove the lid from both containers.
  • Fill the needle with the BAC water and then squirt it into the TB 500 tub. Instead of squirting the water directly on the powder, try aiming it, so it flows down the edges of the container.

There are various ways through which you can deliver TB 500 into your bloodstream. The one thing you shouldn’t forget is to wipe the rubber stopper and the region you are about to inject, using an alcohol swab to prevent contamination and bacterial infection.

  • Subcutaneous injection– It is the easiest and least painful option. To administer, you need to pinch a small area of the skin and insert the needle. For the best results, try injecting as close to the injection as possible.
  • Intramuscular injection– It is quite painful as it involves sticking a needle into the injured region.
  • Intravenous injection– Involves inserting the needle into one’s vein. This is painful as the targeted veins are in sensitive areas such as the back of the hand, elbow, or wrist.

Where to Buy TB 500?

You can find TB 500 on peptide supplier websites where it is mostly sold as Thymosin Beta-4. It is sold only for research purposes. The way you use it is entirely up to you.

You’ll even see the products labeled research chemicals accompanied by a disclaimer indicating, not for human consumption.

Final Thoughts On TB 500

When you decide to use TB 500, you must know that you are taking a calculated risk.

However, the existing studies have shown that TB 500 improves the healing of muscle tissue, tendons, ligaments, joints, and bones. It also alleviates inflammation and improves flexibility, especially in connective tissue.

So, is this something you want? The ball’s in your court.