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Increases Sexual Desire
Induces Erectile Response
Increases Natural Lubrication
Enhances Sensation & Pleasure
Helps with Discomfort & Orgasm
Increases Connection & Intimacy

PT-141 (Bremelanotide®is known to increase libido & intensity in both men and women. Rekindle and reconnect intimately, with minimal to no side effects*. Maximizes blood flow. Heightens experience and satisfaction, increases connection and intimacy, enhances sensitivity, targets specific receptors that control sexual function, and increases natural lubrication.

CAS Number 189691-06-3

PubChem CID 9941379

Molecular Weight 1025.2 g/mol

Molecular Formula C50H68N14O10

Synonyms Bremelanotide, PT 141, PT-141, PT141, Brmelanotice, BREMELANOTIDE, BREMELANOTIDE PT141, Bremelanotide, PT141, PT141 Acetate, BreMelanotide Acetate

Storage (Lyophilized) At 39 Fahrenheit: 2 years
At -4 Fahrenheit: 3 years

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  2. National Center for Biotechnology Information (2023). PubChem Compound Summary for CID 9941379, Bremelanotide. Retrieved August 10, 2023 from
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  4. Renquist, B. J., Lippert, R. N., Sebag, J. A., Ellacott, K. L., & Cone, R. D. (2011). Physiological roles of the melanocortin MC₃ receptor. European journal of pharmacology660(1), 13–20.
  5. Adan, R. A., Tiesjema, B., Hillebrand, J. J., la Fleur, S. E., Kas, M. J., & de Krom, M. (2006). The MC4 receptor and control of appetite. British journal of pharmacology149(7), 815–827.
  6. Pfaus, J. G., Shadiack, A., Van Soest, T., Tse, M., & Molinoff, P. (2004). Selective facilitation of sexual solicitation in the female rat by a melanocortin receptor agonist. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America101(27), 10201–10204.
  7. Vemulapalli, R., Kurowski, S., Salisbury, B., Parker, E., & Davis, H. (2001). Activation of central melanocortin receptors by MT-II increases cavernosal pressure in rabbits by the neuronal release of NO. British journal of pharmacology134(8), 1705–1710.
  8. Thurston, L., Hunjan, T., Mills, E. G., Wall, M. B., Ertl, N., Phylactou, M., Muzi, B., Patel, B., Alexander, E. C., Suladze, S., Modi, M., Eng, P. C., Bassett, P. A., Abbara, A., Goldmeier, D., Comninos, A. N., & Dhillo, W. S. (2022). Melanocortin 4 receptor agonism enhances sexual brain processing in women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder. The Journal of clinical investigation132(19), e152341.

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