The rise in the use of peptides for research and cosmetic purposes, has been a great phenomenon in the country and in other places around the world. And along the way, misconceptions and misinformation has muddled the whole topic in a manner such that if you are not keen on where you are getting your information, then you are likely to be swayed to the sides and have a very biased view of peptides.
To ensure that you don’t travel this path and that you get your facts right, here are a few common misconceptions that surround the topic of Canada peptides:
Peptides are illegal in Canada
The truth is, peptides are not illegal in Canada. There are many vendors as well as peptides synthesis companies which have met all the necessary requirements put in place by the various legislations and they are permitted to sell or synthesize peptides. However, as a buyer, you ought to do your research and ensure that you are getting good quality peptides from reputable sources.
Peptides are the “magic pills” in bodybuilding
Unfortunately, peptides used in regards to bodybuilding are at an all time high. Performance athletes sometimes resort to using them for accelerated muscle growth, reduced recovery time during workouts and to aid in the healing of tissues after workouts. It should be noted that there are different kinds of peptides, with each of them having a distinct application, hence, it should not be construed that peptides are like a magic pill for bodybuilders. There are various health risks involved, so if for whatever reason you are an athlete and your trainer is putting pressure on you to somehow use peptides for such purposes, begin by consulting your physician, and get a new trainer!
Peptides cannot be consumed other than orally
In fact, peptides can be absorbed from the skin directly into the body. There are also various forms of peptides available, including liquids and creams for cosmetic use.