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 on: Today at 03:08:27 PM 
Started by Noncom - Last post by pey ron
Also taking androcurve tablet

Do you have a link to some information on it and possibly the full list of ingredients? Otherwise can you please send us a picture of the box with the ingredient list and their dosage?

 on: Today at 03:05:14 PM 
Started by Noncom - Last post by Noncom
Someone posted that the heat pads use oxygen (hence come in seals packs) so a quick tip is to keep the foil pack, use the pad, then place it back in the foil pack and wrap some cling film around it. Works great for several reuses.

I believe this will work better than ziplock bags.

It's less about the money than it is putting something in the trash that still has 6+ hours of life.

Note: Take suitable fire precautions and store safely.

 on: Today at 03:01:29 PM 
Started by thinkpositive - Last post by pey ron
I'm 47, healthy, 180LBS, 5'10", not on any other meds

I think you could perhaps take slightly a bit more of pentox: given you are overweight the standard daily dosage might yield a lower concentration - but I am not a doctor. Also, you'll soon find out that as a pleasant side effect from Pentox, you'll be shedding quite some fat. I lost 20 pounds in a very short amount of time, while I was still on a mere 1200 mg/day dose.

 on: Today at 02:56:37 PM 
Started by philtered - Last post by pey ron
I've been wondering the same. I'm trying to avoid calcium in supplements. But unfortunately it'd be hard to cut it out of my diet. I believe vitamin D3 plus most importantly K2 would help avoid calcification, but I am afraid to take K2 because I'm already taking pentox and the risk of bleeding would go through the roof. Same reason why I am afraid to take enzymes like nattokinase, serrapetase, bromelain and papain: I don't want to bleed to death.

 on: Today at 02:51:58 PM 
Started by LMP - Last post by pey ron
I would say actually

I stand corrected. Sorry, I've seen so many random claims in the hairloss community about this or that natural compound being anti-5ar I was assuming this was yet one of those claims going around...

Emu oil is a penetration enhancer, msm is as good or better.

I tried adding MSM to hairloss topicals before and had the *impression* -there's nothing scientific about this observation of mine- it was making them very similar to those with the addition of DMSO... which makes me wonder: will adding MSM cause the vehicle to become a harsh solvent?

Re liposomal encapsulation, how are people who are getting this made at compounding pharmacies achieving that? Can compounding pharmacies do that now?

They aren't. One could try at home with an ultrasonic cleaner and lecithin granules. See "recipes" floating around the internet about liposomal vitamin C.

Re merging threads, will do so as soon as I have time to check that it won't screw up flow of questions/answers etc.

thanks, but it looks like @LWillisjr has already done that and was able to preserve the order...

 on: Today at 02:46:15 PM 
Started by M_cavani - Last post by M_cavani
Yeah, Arabia, it's a tricky thing.

I was really lucky with this problem, i have other problem (skin issues i had for more than 10 years) i'm trying to solve and it is proving to be hell, many failed attempts and paths that don't work.
Anyway, i just want to update and clarify some points:

When i meant you must have a low normal ferretin range to be well i meant you should stay under 100 and above 50 ng/mL (the normal range is considered to be something like 20-300/400 ng/mL).
I don't know if "Tsanchez12369" levels were this low (i wish i talked about the range before).

About my update it is just that i want to say that all this time (about 1 year and some months) it is all well and i have no problems with this stuff anymore. I find that kind of updates to be very important, i hate when people just say they have been cured for a week or two and never update later to see if what they are doing still works, so here you have it guys, a solution that seems to be reliable, although maybe not to everyone, at least now you know what range your ferritin should stay if you wanna try this out.

OBS: I might not return later because i feel i have sorted this out, so try to use the advices here and find a solution or at least something that improves you a little.

Best of luck!

 on: Today at 02:43:56 PM 
Started by swiss - Last post by drew67
I will be switching to a new device that will be cheaper and have a more broad spectrum of light

 on: Today at 02:17:27 PM 
Started by Paolo - Last post by pey ron
@sonnyjim: where have you sourced them from?

 on: Today at 02:11:07 PM 
Started by philtered - Last post by philtered
 Would using supplements and eating food high in calcium, increase the chances of it becoming calcified?

 Does anyone elses plaque seem to get bigger and move position a bit. Mine is about about 2cm by 2cm buti suppose its hard to tell with it being so deep? Also i seem to have lost erection quality beyond it, just seems soft in glands and above the plaque.

 Thanks phil


 on: Today at 01:46:56 PM 
Started by Noncom - Last post by Noncom
Is it worth to check "how are you hanging" when you don't have the device on to ensure you are positioned best to stretch against the curve? ( ensure you are not stretching further the curve).

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