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What is Bremelanotide PT-141
PT-141 Bremelanotide is the generic term for a
new medication for use in treating sexual dysfunction in men
(erectile dysfunction or impotence) as well as dysfunction in women
(sexual arousal disorder). PT141 works to stimulate the
melanocortin system triggering a cascade of effects starting with
the hypothalamus. PT-141 is also known by its generic name,
Bremelanotide, which was originally developed from Melanotan 2.
Melanotan 2 was tested as a sunless tanning agent and was proven
effective for inducing tanning. Ironically it was also found
to cause arousal and spontaneous erections as unexpected side
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Bremelanotide (PT-141) was developed from Melanotan
MT-2. PT-141 is a metabolite of MT-2 that lacks the C-terminal
amide function-stripping away tanning properties. PT-141 remains a
melanotropic melanocyte stimulating hormone analog, keep in mind
while dosing for specific therapy.
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How PT-141 works? PT141 works on the brain to help trigger
arousal. Because it works on the brain, it has proven to improve
function in both men and women and it is hoped to be the first
sexual enhancement amino acid peptide available for women and not
just for men. PT141 has been proven to enhance both sexual desire
and function unlike PDE5 blood pushers which only improves
function. Men reported PT141 to be more effective with a longer
duration of action and more rapid onset time, and better quality
PT-141 vs PDE5: PT-141 is commonly compared to PDE5s due its
treatment towards dysfuction in men. PT-141 is also used by
women and does not directly effect the vascular system.
Clinical Aphrodisiac As soon as the
bremelanotide (a.k.a. PT-141) arrived in the mail, I finally had my
hands on the most revolutionary sex drug ever created. This potion
had undergone studies for almost a decade in a quest to make it the
first-ever FDA-approved aphrodisiac to hit the U.S.
Sure, history and folk medicine are full of purported
aphrodisiacs, like Spanish fly and rhinoceros horn. But
bremelanotide isn't like those - neither is it simply a
PDE-5 inhibitors that works by pushing blood around.
Bremelanotide belongs to a new class of peptide hormones called
melanocortins, which work in the mind, increasing desire. Deep
inside the brain, the substance stirs passion by activating
hypothalamic and limbic emotional structures, the parts that
naturally flare when you're turned on. Scientists aren't exactly
sure how melanocortins do this, but the result is clear: Before you
know it, you want it. Or at least that's what the research and
clinical trial data has shown.
Bremelanotide, originally developed as a
safe-tanning agent Melanotan 2, had been repurposed when male study
subjects reported a surprising side effect: libido increase. A New
Jersey pharmaceutical company purchased the peptide, then turned
the pill into a powder that could possibly be delivered nasally,
hoping that sleek nasal-spray dispensers could blow away little
blue pills - and earn profits dwarfing the $150 million spent on
research and clinical testing.
"On the five-point scale, I would rate the erection I had as a
six," said one of the 1,300 anonymous Bremelanotide PT-141 testers.
"You get this humming feeling," said another. "You're ready to take
your pants off and go."
PT-141 worked equally well on women, who chronicled "an intense
arousal" that lasted from six to 72 hours. "I was focused on sex,"
said one women.
But there were side effects, Palatin hit a marketing roadblock
just before entering phase-three testing, the FDA's final clinical
hurdle before the peptide is released to the public. Some of the
men who sniffed bremelanotide experienced an increase in blood
pressure, and about one third of the women who took the melanotan
research peptide reported nausea. Careful dosage measurement is
required for best pt141 aphrodisiac peptide research.
There were also those who doubted PT141 would actually cause
couples to want to jump into bed together. "It's baloney,"
says Leonore Tiefer, a professor of psychiatry at New York
University's Langone School of Medicine. "You might increase
genital itchiness, but you won't increase desire." It appeared
that bremelanotide would fall into the ash heap of failed
aphrodisiacs, to rest in peace with tiger penis soup. But then
something unexpected happened.
Several hours after dosing PT-141 Bremelanotide, I wasn't
experiencing a headache, a palpitating heart, or nausea, but,
sadly, I also hadn't enjoyed a spontaneous erection. Then, at four
in the morning, it took hold. "I felt a great surge of affection
(greater than any regular level of arousal) for my lovely wife. My
body tingled and, yes, I developed an erection that wouldn't quit.
For two hours the pt141 wouldn't let me out of its grasp - nor my
wife out of mine."