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Quote from: melting on October 21, 2019, 06:54:42 PMI could feel the tissue softening whenever I applied it for some continuous days or at best weeks.
Quote from: melting on October 23, 2019, 11:31:14 AMpap, and did some sort of plaque/scar tissue still stay?My guess is that it takes a lot of constant daily, possibly several times a day, applications to get rid of all the faulty tissue. The tissue basically has to be bathed in it. I also noticed that skipping some days led to the plaque hardening again.
Quote"Decreases fibrosis and inhibits collagen formation by decreasing serotonin levels, increasing monoamine oxidase activity and inhibiting fibroblast glycosaminoglycan secretion"
QuotePotassium para-aminobenzoate (Potaba) is an antifibrotic agent that is thought to increase tissue levels of monoamine oxidase, decreasing the level of serotonin that contributes to scar formation in Peyronies Disease. In a 1-year placebo-controlled trial, involving 103 men with known Peyronies Disease, select patients were given 3 g of Potaba four times a day. Seventy-four percent of those in the treatment group (compared to 50% in the placebo group) responded with a reduction in the plaque size or a decreased penile curvature of up to 30%.4,29 Potaba is an expensive medication, with a large and frequent dosing regimen, leading to significant patient expense. Potaba was not commented on or assessed in the recent AUA 2015 guidelines.25
QuoteThe solubility of PABA is 6.1 g/l at 30oC in water, 125 g/l alcohol and 17 g/l ether. PABA is soluble in ethyl acetate and glacial acetic acid, slightly soluble in benzene, and practically insoluble in petroleum ether. DMSO 27 g/L
Quote from: melting on October 29, 2019, 12:57:06 AMJust some DMSO, Water and Ascorbic Acid(Vit C) will soften your plaque for $3,50.
QuoteThe beneficial effects of sodium thiosulfate (STS) are thought to be due in part to its ability to enhance the solubility of calcium deposits. STS has a serum half-life of 15 min. STS facilitates the mobilization of calcium from vessels affected by calcium deposits.
QuoteFurthermore, the enhanced aqueous solubility of calcium thiosulfate allows for successful mobilization and clearance of the vascular and soft tissue calcium deposits (5)
QuoteAnimal data, using normal and anuric mongrel dogs, demonstrated that STS distributes rapidly throughout the extracellular space
QuoteVitamin K2 MK-7, taken in adequate nutritional doses, has been shown to reduce the progression of vascular smooth muscle (arterial) calcification and even reverse existing levels of arterial calcification.
QuoteVitamin K2 specifically addresses calcium deposits in soft tissue. This has been used to reduce calcification in the aorta. The result is much lower heart attack rates. Rats and mice that have no Vitamin K2 typically die within months from aorta calcification.
QuoteVitamin K2 MK-7 is a fat-soluble vitamin. Like all fat-soluble vitamins, it can degrade in certain environments and formulations. K2 is particularly susceptible to degradation in formulation with calcium or magnesium
Quote from: Whyisthishappening on November 04, 2019, 10:47:16 AM which substances do you believe could be helpful (inflaforte might do that job?)
QuoteVitamin D3 and vitamin K2 ensure that calcium is absorbed easily and reaches the bone mass, while preventing arterial calcification.
QuoteMK-4 or MK-7 has a protective effect on bone mineral density and reduced risk of hip, vertebral and non-vertebral fractures. These effects appear to be accentuated when combined with vitamin D and in the setting of osteoporosis. The possible health benefits suggested for further investigation relate to bone strength and arterial health (reducing calcification or even decalcifying, with a possible reduction in blood pressure).
QuoteNiacin Suppresses Progression of Atherosclerosis by Inhibiting Vascular Inflammation and Apoptosis of Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells.
Quote from: Godisreal on November 11, 2019, 12:43:22 PMHow do you mix your products? How do you mix the different liquids into one? For example DMSO + X + castor oil, like how do you mix these together? Hope that makes sense.
Quote from: dplookin on November 12, 2019, 03:00:12 PMWhen I used DMSO, I used the Gel type with Aloe Vera. I had no problem with it. Just FYI dplookin