Peptide Therapy

At Vida Wellness, we delve into the fascinating world of peptides. Our goal is to simplify the understanding of peptides and their remarkable benefits for your well-being. By weaving a compelling narrative around these tiny yet powerful molecules, we aim to guide you through the vast landscape of peptide science, helping you unlock the secrets to a healthier, more vibrant life. Get ready to embark on a journey where science meets simplicity, and discover how peptides can revolutionize your wellness routine.

We source our peptides from FDA-approved US pharmacies, so our peptides are not “research only” peptides but are instead prescribed legally & recommended based on each individual’s needs.

All injectable peptide orders include the insulin syringes.

What are peptides?


What are peptides?

• Imagine your body is like a complex machine with different parts that need to work together to keep you healthy and strong. Peptides are like tiny messengers that carry important instructions to different parts of your body, telling them what to do.
• Peptides are made up of small chains of amino acids, which are the building blocks of proteins. They play important roles in many processes happening inside you. Some peptides, for example, can help your body repair damaged tissues or grow new ones. They can also help regulate things like your metabolism, immune system, and even your mood.
• Think of peptides as the boss of your body. They tell your cells what they should be doing and when. For example, if you get a cut, certain peptides will rush to the rescue, telling your body to start healing the wound. They help your body send the right signals to make sure everything is working properly.
• Scientists have discovered different peptides that can do amazing things. Some can help with muscle growth and recovery after exercise, while others can improve your skin’s health or boost your energy levels. There are even peptides that can improve your sleep or enhance your brain function.
• It’s important to note that peptides are naturally occurring substances in your body, but scientists can also make synthetic ones in the lab to help with specific health needs. They are usually safe when used properly and can have positive effects on your overall well-being.
• So, just like how a team of messengers communicates and coordinates tasks to keep things running smoothly, peptides help your body communicate and coordinate its various functions to keep you healthy and strong.
5-Amino 1MQ
5-Amino 1MQ
AOD 9604: The Weight Management Peptide
ARA 290: Tissue Protection & Inflammation Management
BPC-157: The Healing Peptide
Epitalon peptide
Epitalon: The Anti-Aging Peptide
GHK-Cu: The Rejuvenating Peptide
GHK-Cu Copper Tripeptide Serum with Hyaluronic Acid: Face and Scalp Serum
GHK-Cu Copper Tripeptide Serum with Hyaluronic Acid: Face and Scalp Serum
Ipamorelin: The Growth-Boosting Peptide
Ipamorelin and CJC-1295: The Synergistic Peptide Combination
LL-37: Nature’s Defense Mechanism
MOTS-c: The Energizing Peptide
PT-141: The Libido-Enhancing Peptide
Selank peptide
Selank: The Stress Relief Peptide
Semax: The Cognitive Peptide
Sermorelin: The Growth Hormone Stimulating Peptide
Selank peptide
TB-500: The Tissue Repair Peptide

How do peptides differ from medications?

Peptides differ from medications in several ways.
Here are some key differences:

Peptides are made up of small chains of amino acids, whereas medications are usually chemical compounds with more complex structures. Peptides are closer to natural substances found in your body, while medications are often designed to interact with specific targets or pathways.
Mode of Action
Peptides generally work by interacting with specific receptors or signaling pathways in your body. They act as messengers, sending signals to different cells or tissues to carry out certain functions. Medications, on the other hand, can have various modes of action, such as blocking or activating certain receptors, inhibiting enzymes, or interfering with specific biochemical processes.
Target Specificity
Peptides tend to have more specific targets in your body. They often work on a particular receptor or signaling pathway, leading to more targeted effects. Medications, on the other hand, can have broader effects and may interact with multiple targets or have more widespread systemic effects.
Regulatory Approval
Medications usually undergo rigorous testing and clinical trials to demonstrate their safety and effectiveness before they can be approved for use by regulatory authorities. Peptides, especially those used as therapeutics, also undergo similar processes, but the regulatory approval pathway for peptides may vary depending on the specific peptide and its intended use.
Application and Formulation
Medications can come in various forms, such as tablets, capsules, injections, creams, or inhalers, depending on the specific medication and how it needs to be delivered to your body. Peptides are often administered through injections, nasal sprays, or sublingual (under the tongue) formulations due to their larger size and challenges with oral absorption.
It’s important to note that while peptides can have therapeutic effects and be used in medicine, not all peptides are medications. Many peptides occur naturally in your body and play essential roles in various physiological processes. Scientists have also been exploring the potential of synthetic peptides in fields like medicine, cosmetics, and sports performance to harness their specific benefits.