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Quote from: kuaka on July 25, 2017, 11:54:35 AMSomething to consider when working with vitamins. Commercially produced Vitamin C is ascorbic acid. Vitamin C is much more than ascorbic acid, which is only a small part of the actual vitamin. This is also true of D. The commonly available D3 is actually a hormone, and not a vitamin at all. For ANY vitamin supplementation, source a natural, whole vitamin.Most of us are magnesium deficient, which contributes to all fibrosis conditions among many other modern health conditions. Magnesium supplements to avoid are:citrateascorbatecarbonate with citric acidaspartateglutamateMagnesium supplements to use are:ChlorideGlycinateMalateOxide - small amounts are ok, but still not greatSulfate - epsom salts...soak in a bathTaurate & orotateThreonate
Quote from: AnonDoc on October 29, 2020, 02:55:42 PMAnyone attempt a transdermal collagenase/xiaflex?Saw a report on someone diy-ing this with duputrens with success