Disclaimer: All references to “research subjects” or “test subjects” or and reference to “research” throughout this article refer to research conducted on non human non veterinary research subjects such as rats and mice.
The Birth Of Peptide Nasal Spray
Peptides have been used in a vast array of research experiments and tests over the years. The methods in which Peptides are administered to research subjects have varied nearly as much as the experiments themselves:
As these methods have been tested, it’s been found that the peptides rarely ever reach the research subjects brain or has been absorbed into the rest of the body that only very little is left. Thus the birth of Peptide Nasal Spray.
How Does A Peptide Nasal Spray Work
Peptide Nasal Sprays work by placing the peptide into the vial and depressing the plunger with it inserted into your research subjects nose. The peptide nasals pray then emits a fine spray of the chemical, which is quickly absorbed into the bloodstream through the nose and administered to the brain. In some laboratory tests this has show promising signs for combating alzheimer’s disease! It should be noted that peptides with a low molecular count are slightly less effective with this method than high concentrations, but for most peptides this is an easy way to administer high dosages of peptide to your research subjects without having to worry about injections. Even with a low molecular count peptide, the peptide nasal spray method delivers a higher concentration of the peptide to the subjects brain than any other method available. Some is absorbed by the bloodstream on its way to the brain, but at a greatly reduced rate.
What If You Want To Use Other Methods
The simple answer is that there is no right or wrong way to administer a peptide to your research subjects. It all depends upon what parts of the subjects body is being targeted for therapy with the peptides and what exactly needs to be done to said part. Inhalation can be more effective in some situations than injection, injection over sprays, and sprays certainly for anything to do with the subjects brain. Knowing all the methods available to administer the peptide to your subject is important, make sure you read up on the best methods for your research!
Where To Get Peptide Nasal Spray
If you’re ready to up your research game then you’ll want to head over to SAF Research and take a look at the vast amount of information available on the different Peptides on the market and pick up a Peptide Nasal Spray Kit for yourself! Don’t settle for less when the best research chemicals on the market are at your fingertips!