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#3221 camaroz28

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 08:30 PM

Newsflash, Marijuana is NOT an opiate. It is in a class all it's own.

Newsflash: I knew that. They are both antiandrogens. He was talking about Kratom and others; they are still antiandrogens. Kratom was recommended here by Gladys recently.


Edited by camaroz28, 20 June 2013 - 08:36 PM.

"Fret not fellas. I've got a 145 IQ, zen pain tolerance, the resilience of a cockroach, the survival instincts of a rat. I'll win; it's what I do. And then I'll help all of you, forgetting no one; I swear."

 

"I did get some fatigue and minor cramps from taste testing spicy food I was cooking. Even though I didn't swallow and rinsed, the residue got me. This hypersensitivity is annoying."

 

 

Thus spoke Joseph Buchignani.


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:03 PM

Lol. This is what happens when someone is raised by feminists. Explains so much. 

 

WHile I have no opinion on Saw Palmetto, I doubt very much there's any evidence that marijuana has a permanent sexual side effect / hair loss profile similar to finasteride or Accutane. If it did, we'd have heard about it by now. 

 

So most likely, it is safe to take, unless unpleasant brain fog or reduced libido / motivation results, in which case switch strains, use less or discontinue.


Accutane - Brief low-dose course ~9 years ago for ~4 months. Liver monitored, no sides. 
 
Symptoms: Gradual onset of symptoms, peaking ~5 years ago. Extreme IBS, lost ability to eat almost everything, unable to work for 4 years. IBD diagnosis might've been possible, but avoided doctors and the prescription meds route, going for diet and supplements instead. Thought it was regular IBS, didn't realize it was Accutane until already had avoided the IBD diagnosis. Decided going back to hell just to get the diagnosis wasn't worth it. Regained enough health to work full time around May-June 2013. 
 
Regimen summary:
Eat only 
1. true free range lean chicken breast (expensive)
2. Lean white-tail shrimp (moderately expensive)
3. Glutinous rice gruel (very cheap)
 
All ad libitum, minimum 150g shrimp/d. 
 
Supplements:
1. Blue Ice CLO / Butter Oil blend
2. Udca ~1-3g /d
3. Source Naturals Essential enzymes 2x per meal
4. Symbiotics Colostrum ~1/8 scoop per meal
5. Cycled topical testosterone cream
6. Topical ACV, tea tree oil (morning) and benzoyle peroxide 10% (night)
 
Zeitgeibers:
1. Aim to nap every 3 hours for 20 minutes
2. Match light exposure to sunrise, sunset
3. Match meals to sun

 


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:08 PM

WHile I have no opinion on Saw Palmetto, I doubt very much there's any evidence that marijuana has a permanent sexual side effect / hair loss profile similar to finasteride or Accutane. If it did, we'd have heard about it by now. 

More great advice from the dummy. Go to Propeciahelp and talk your nonsense. They will hand your ass to you like I have so many times. The people here already have permanent sides.


Edited by camaroz28, 20 June 2013 - 09:16 PM.

"Fret not fellas. I've got a 145 IQ, zen pain tolerance, the resilience of a cockroach, the survival instincts of a rat. I'll win; it's what I do. And then I'll help all of you, forgetting no one; I swear."

 

"I did get some fatigue and minor cramps from taste testing spicy food I was cooking. Even though I didn't swallow and rinsed, the residue got me. This hypersensitivity is annoying."

 

 

Thus spoke Joseph Buchignani.


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 09:08 PM

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Posted 20 June 2013 - 10:12 PM

Should Roz's skirt become caught in an axle, depriving us of his chemically castrated chastisements - fear not, I have specced out a chatbot that will serve. 
 
It looks up any drug mentioned on the thread, finds a contraindication, and hurls unreasoning vituperation. If the word anti-androgen appears, output doubles.
 
Unfortunately it cannot evaluate whether the scope, magnitude or probability of the contraindication is applicable, but that only heightens the realism. 
 
Re monetization, I plan to release it into the wild and then charge for removal.

Accutane - Brief low-dose course ~9 years ago for ~4 months. Liver monitored, no sides. 
 
Symptoms: Gradual onset of symptoms, peaking ~5 years ago. Extreme IBS, lost ability to eat almost everything, unable to work for 4 years. IBD diagnosis might've been possible, but avoided doctors and the prescription meds route, going for diet and supplements instead. Thought it was regular IBS, didn't realize it was Accutane until already had avoided the IBD diagnosis. Decided going back to hell just to get the diagnosis wasn't worth it. Regained enough health to work full time around May-June 2013. 
 
Regimen summary:
Eat only 
1. true free range lean chicken breast (expensive)
2. Lean white-tail shrimp (moderately expensive)
3. Glutinous rice gruel (very cheap)
 
All ad libitum, minimum 150g shrimp/d. 
 
Supplements:
1. Blue Ice CLO / Butter Oil blend
2. Udca ~1-3g /d
3. Source Naturals Essential enzymes 2x per meal
4. Symbiotics Colostrum ~1/8 scoop per meal
5. Cycled topical testosterone cream
6. Topical ACV, tea tree oil (morning) and benzoyle peroxide 10% (night)
 
Zeitgeibers:
1. Aim to nap every 3 hours for 20 minutes
2. Match light exposure to sunrise, sunset
3. Match meals to sun

 


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Posted 20 June 2013 - 10:40 PM

Should Roz's skirt become caught in an axle, depriving us of his chemically castrated chastisements - fear not, I have specced out a chatbot that will serve. 
 
It looks up any drug mentioned on the thread, finds a contraindication, and hurls unreasoning vituperation. If the word anti-androgen appears, output doubles.
 
Unfortunately it cannot evaluate whether the scope, magnitude or probability of the contraindication is applicable, but that only heightens the realism. 
 
Re monetization, I plan to release it into the wild and then charge for removal.

Yes Joseph acording to Z24 every herb we try or product we recommend there is a anti-androgen somewhere in the ingredients it has to be , and output doubles lol...

 

me likes.  Sadly that is all Z24 is capable of , not much else. Z24 does the work of three men...Larry, Curly and Moe and quite effectively I might add.



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Posted 21 June 2013 - 01:55 AM

So most likely, it is safe to take, unless unpleasant brain fog or reduced libido / motivation results, in which case switch strains, use less or discontinue.

This is what happens when Skeletor spends all his free time making tapioca pudding and experimenting with UDCA suppositories. No points for guessing who is He-Man now. He is also very scared as evidenced by his cut and paste shenanigans below, which are supposed to divert attention from the real issue. These guys were born to be carnival stand operators.

 


Yes Joseph acording to Z24 every herb we try or product we recommend there is a anti-androgen somewhere in the ingredients it has to be , and output doubles lol...

 

 

me likes.  Sadly that is all Z24 is capable of , not much else. Z24 does the work of three men...Larry, Curly and Moe and quite effectively I might add.

This dud is mocked even by people who are not regulars here (see post by Dave). Imagine what school was like for this chump? He talks about the many fights he has to take part in to survive. He obviously provokes a lot of people, or worse still, people just want to beat the shit out of him for some reason. The truth is we know the reason. Yes, he is undeniably tough, but don’t you knock the toupee off his slaphead. When this tiddler feels exceptionally useless he usually updates everyone about the already known dangers of antibiotics. This happens every 2 days.

 

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Edited by camaroz28, 21 June 2013 - 02:12 AM.

"Fret not fellas. I've got a 145 IQ, zen pain tolerance, the resilience of a cockroach, the survival instincts of a rat. I'll win; it's what I do. And then I'll help all of you, forgetting no one; I swear."

 

"I did get some fatigue and minor cramps from taste testing spicy food I was cooking. Even though I didn't swallow and rinsed, the residue got me. This hypersensitivity is annoying."

 

 

Thus spoke Joseph Buchignani.


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 05:16 AM

why do you think your liver is damaged, sasquire?

 

First focused on the liver as I wasn't doing "number 2s" often enough (every few days... thought it was normal!). Thought I'd fix this one step at a time. Liver flushes did fix it rather nicely, at least for a few months (I do one now and then to keep things going), and brought out all the calcification... such calcification is usually seen in alcoholics (and I don't drink) which left me wondering what the heck I had taken in my past.

I've also got all the usual cholestasis symptoms... this now includes the shocking itchy suffers sometimes get... scratching yourself in your sleep until you bleed is rather horrible. Thought is was parasites for awhile and went through all the cleanses for that.

I found the liver flushes give me temporary relief (a few weeks in fact) from the itching.

 

Also done all the adrenal tablets, brain tablets etc etc as many people here have done. It's funny that accutane not only causes these problems, but also stops the body being able to absorb the nutrients we need to heal them all. Fat soluble vitamins just go in one end and out the other.

 

The TUDCA arrived today so I've jumped on that. While I'm on it, I'm going to try different herbs/medicines etc to see if there is any benefit. Hope there is some cause this stuff is not cheap, delivery also being a killer :( (in Aussieland here)



 

Been reading this thread for quite awhile and noticed recently that it's getting a bit off topic.

I've found that nearly all vitamins/herbs/pills have little to no effect, and while I don't think tudca is the cure, 

Welcome aboard Sasquire. Now, your profile picture deserves the top gong. I would like to say it trumps furry bears and seahorses, but who knows what people will infer? You have a minor point with the aforementioned. I think we would be way more off topic, if we didn't attempt to curb all the DHT inhibitor love. You are right about all the vitamins/herbs/pills doing very little.

 

Thanks :)

The pressure to provide an avatar can be quite a challenge for accutane suffers :D TOO MUCH PRESSURE! And then we mentally crash and can't work for 4 months.



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Posted 21 June 2013 - 05:19 AM

When I google image search for calcifications, I see lots of gallstones in stool. 
 
To clarify - you actually found gallstones in your stool? A lot of them? 
 
If so, this would strongly argue for UDCA therapy, since it dissolves gallstones. 
 
Itching is indeed classic cholestasis. Have you had your liver levels tested? At that symptomatic level tests should come back positive. 
 
Another sensitive test you could try - wait for itching, then do nothing but take a lot of TUDCA for a couple of days. The itching should go away quite rapidly, I would expect.
 
You might be in a unique position to confirm the Accutane liver connection on this thread. 

Accutane - Brief low-dose course ~9 years ago for ~4 months. Liver monitored, no sides. 
 
Symptoms: Gradual onset of symptoms, peaking ~5 years ago. Extreme IBS, lost ability to eat almost everything, unable to work for 4 years. IBD diagnosis might've been possible, but avoided doctors and the prescription meds route, going for diet and supplements instead. Thought it was regular IBS, didn't realize it was Accutane until already had avoided the IBD diagnosis. Decided going back to hell just to get the diagnosis wasn't worth it. Regained enough health to work full time around May-June 2013. 
 
Regimen summary:
Eat only 
1. true free range lean chicken breast (expensive)
2. Lean white-tail shrimp (moderately expensive)
3. Glutinous rice gruel (very cheap)
 
All ad libitum, minimum 150g shrimp/d. 
 
Supplements:
1. Blue Ice CLO / Butter Oil blend
2. Udca ~1-3g /d
3. Source Naturals Essential enzymes 2x per meal
4. Symbiotics Colostrum ~1/8 scoop per meal
5. Cycled topical testosterone cream
6. Topical ACV, tea tree oil (morning) and benzoyle peroxide 10% (night)
 
Zeitgeibers:
1. Aim to nap every 3 hours for 20 minutes
2. Match light exposure to sunrise, sunset
3. Match meals to sun

 


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 06:43 AM

oh and being raised by a feminist makes you automatically a feminist? haha I LOVE your faulty logic. my god. That's like saying because i was raised republican I automatically espouse republican ideology. NOPE. sorry.  Please look up the definition of feminist too. It isn't most guys ill-conceived notion of a girl burning her bra and wanting to stab men. It equates to equality for men and women, and everyone in between. I feel like just need to leave this forum it's getting so frustrating thanks to all this testosterone. No one can stay focused anymore.



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Posted 21 June 2013 - 06:49 AM

oh and being raised by a feminist makes you automatically a feminist? haha I LOVE your faulty logic. my god. That's like saying because i was raised republican I automatically espouse republican ideology. NOPE. sorry.  Please look up the definition of feminist too. It isn't most guys ill-conceived notion of a girl burning her bra and wanting to stab men. It equates to equality for men and women, and everyone in between. I feel like just need to leave this forum it's getting so frustrating thanks to all this testosterone. No one can stay focused anymore.

Here we go again, missing the point. The stoner unaffected by the stoner recommendations; but, she has a big problem with some little joke. You have no idea if I am truly a feminist or not, based on one joke. The whole "shrubbery" line was a set-up that was meant to be applied to his fear of hair loss. The joke was that he should expose himself (his head) and step out from behind the shrubbery vis-à-vis his love of DHT inhibitors. He was meant to let go of his hair and his love of dangerous herbs that will affect him. If you note, I mentioned his love of bouffant hair (shrubbery) later. 

 

You missed it all; that is not my problem.


Edited by camaroz28, 21 June 2013 - 07:23 AM.

"Fret not fellas. I've got a 145 IQ, zen pain tolerance, the resilience of a cockroach, the survival instincts of a rat. I'll win; it's what I do. And then I'll help all of you, forgetting no one; I swear."

 

"I did get some fatigue and minor cramps from taste testing spicy food I was cooking. Even though I didn't swallow and rinsed, the residue got me. This hypersensitivity is annoying."

 

 

Thus spoke Joseph Buchignani.


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 07:09 AM

So most likely, it is safe to take, unless unpleasant brain fog or reduced libido / motivation results, in which case switch strains, use less or discontinue.

This is what happens when Skeletor spends all his free time making tapioca pudding and experimenting with UDCA suppositories. No points for guessing who is He-Man now. He is also very scared as evidenced by his cut and paste shenanigans below, which are supposed to divert attention from the real issue. These guys were born to be carnival stand operators.

 


>>Yes Joseph acording to Z24 every herb we try or product we recommend there is a anti-androgen somewhere in the ingredients it has to be , and output doubles lol...

 

 

me likes.  Sadly that is all Z24 is capable of , not much else. Z24 does the work of three men...Larry, Curly and Moe and quite effectively I might add.

This dud is mocked even by people who are not regulars here (see post by Dave). Imagine what school was like for this chump? He talks about the many fights he has to take part in to survive. He obviously provokes a lot of people, or worse still, people just want to beat the shit out of him for some reason. The truth is we know the reason. Yes, he is undeniably tough, but don’t you knock the toupee off his slaphead. When this tiddler feels exceptionally useless he usually updates everyone about the already known dangers of antibiotics. This happens every 2 days.

 

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Z24 , nice analogy of me once again you really have no idea of who I am ,  I have a wild past yes been in a lot of fights some because of wrong

 

accusations , others fighting over women etc, example the three guys I fought accused me of stealing something from them , later it was

 

discovered one of there own friends was the culprit , it's not that I piss people off , it's that other people piss me off like you Z24 and trust me you

 

really shouldn't piss me off plus when I was younger I used to frequent bars a bit  , mix alcohol and nightclubs and things get out of hand

 

sometimes it's the nature of the beast but in realty I really am a gentle giant and only become aggressive if provoked or if I have to prove a point.

 

 

 

 

But really Z24 you have to move on from the DHT blocker thing we get your point and frankly it's getting quite boring and comes across as a

 

broken record , try and use your  great er small mind to find other ways to mitigate our side effects , do you think you

 

can do that ? Because really that is what this forum is all about reversing the long term side effects of isotretinoin , get my point.


Edited by gladiatoro, 21 June 2013 - 07:17 AM.


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 07:16 AM

 Because really that is what this forum is all about reversing the long term side effects of isotretinoin , get my point.

If you people had a shred of decency you wouldn't be recommending on a daily basis that permanent damage from 5@reductase inhibitors should be reversed with a plethora 5@reductase inhibitors. Don't you try to take the moral high ground with me.


"Fret not fellas. I've got a 145 IQ, zen pain tolerance, the resilience of a cockroach, the survival instincts of a rat. I'll win; it's what I do. And then I'll help all of you, forgetting no one; I swear."

 

"I did get some fatigue and minor cramps from taste testing spicy food I was cooking. Even though I didn't swallow and rinsed, the residue got me. This hypersensitivity is annoying."

 

 

Thus spoke Joseph Buchignani.


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 07:42 AM

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Posted 21 June 2013 - 09:31 AM

You know what bothers me? That you guys don't stick to the topic. Stop teasing and provoking each other with things that really don't contribute anything meaningful to the conversation and for the people who do feel bothered or offended just keep your mouth shut, so that the whole things does not escalate (again). 

 

I am right now going through all the blood tests that I have collected over the years. The root cause for me is or has been definitely the liver. I by accident came across the following video a minute ago, in which the Doc recommends Trimethylglycine at a dose of 3 g daily over 6 months, he says that he says very good results at this dose. Beets are great source of Trimethylglycine as well "Dr. Bob" on youtube (that is another doctor) is a great fan of beets as well and recommends to eat them daily to help your liver. For me personally red beets work almost as good to as good as UDCA, but although I like them I can't eat them daily, so I will get my hands on some Tryme (Trimethylglycine). I always had high bilirubin, which Trimethylglycine counteracts, so if you have high bilirubin maybe you give it a shot too.

 

https://www.youtube....h?v=VwGKWJkX49A


Edited by Believe, 21 June 2013 - 10:42 AM.


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 11:17 AM

Interesting, Believe. Beets have been on my radar, I may even have some in supplement form already. I know it's available. 

 

Testosterone is indispensible to dialectic. 
 
We are clarifying the major areas of Accutane effect:
Liver
Drying/thinning/shedding of connective tissue - joints, skin, hair, bowels, eyes, mucus membranes
anti-androgen. female analog?
psychosis / depression / suicide
Retinoid sensitivity?
 
This looks like a pretty complete list. There can be overlap - androgen + hair, liver + bowels, etc. 
 
The breadth and varying overlaps muddy things, as does the idiosyncracy of effect. But most of these are known effects of vitaminosis A.
 
Anyone have something to add? 
 
EDIT: Ah right, Trimethylglycine is betaine. Well known, works. 

Edited by JosephBuchignani, 21 June 2013 - 11:18 AM.

Accutane - Brief low-dose course ~9 years ago for ~4 months. Liver monitored, no sides. 
 
Symptoms: Gradual onset of symptoms, peaking ~5 years ago. Extreme IBS, lost ability to eat almost everything, unable to work for 4 years. IBD diagnosis might've been possible, but avoided doctors and the prescription meds route, going for diet and supplements instead. Thought it was regular IBS, didn't realize it was Accutane until already had avoided the IBD diagnosis. Decided going back to hell just to get the diagnosis wasn't worth it. Regained enough health to work full time around May-June 2013. 
 
Regimen summary:
Eat only 
1. true free range lean chicken breast (expensive)
2. Lean white-tail shrimp (moderately expensive)
3. Glutinous rice gruel (very cheap)
 
All ad libitum, minimum 150g shrimp/d. 
 
Supplements:
1. Blue Ice CLO / Butter Oil blend
2. Udca ~1-3g /d
3. Source Naturals Essential enzymes 2x per meal
4. Symbiotics Colostrum ~1/8 scoop per meal
5. Cycled topical testosterone cream
6. Topical ACV, tea tree oil (morning) and benzoyle peroxide 10% (night)
 
Zeitgeibers:
1. Aim to nap every 3 hours for 20 minutes
2. Match light exposure to sunrise, sunset
3. Match meals to sun

 


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 12:16 PM

srdo, before you leave the testosterone remember to post your idiodine regimen.

 

Joseph, looks like a fairly complete if somewhat messy list.

 

I've been on MSM again. Creatine and MSM are effective. MSM has helped me consistently with digestion and therefore energy. In regards to mucousal linings it's the most effective product I've tried for the price.

 

I don't know why I stop using it, though stop I do. I think it's when I feel better my body makes my mind forget I need it.

 

Overall everything people have posted lately makes sense: liver, adrenal, thyroid and connective tissue support.

 

For sexual dys/function I've found medical cannabis and tongkat ali to be fairly effective.

 

I'd imagine something like selegiline would work. The dopamine pathway gets smashed by accutane.



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Posted 21 June 2013 - 02:19 PM

Does this seem like bullshit or is it just me? lol

 

http://www.hairgrowt...covery-Kit.html

 

 

 

my bullshit meter is in overdrive.

 

 

The bullshit is strong in this one biggrin.png. I can understand the use of the liver detox tea, accutane can damage the liver and in my case when my hair was shedding taking lots of herbal liver tinctures stopped it shedding. The bentonite clay is basically to bind any toxins that get released into the colon, if you've ever drank bentonite clay, it's an arduous task in itself just to get it down. I never really understood the drinking of clay, supposedly it binds toxins and stops their reabsorption. I don't think it's good for the body long time, it can lower nutrient uptake and food absorption. It's one of those things like liver flushes that are essentially pseudo-science based.

 

The hair formula is down right stupid and potentially dangerous. The minoxidil won't help accutane hair loss as far as i know, because the mechanism of hair loss is completely different. Normal baldness is associated with the hair follicles sensitivity to DHT, the DHT affects the absorbtion of vital nutrients required for healthy hair follicles, and the hair ends up getting thinner and thinner until it stops growing all together.

 

Accutane induced hair loss is usually associated with the hypervitaminosis A style effects of taking accutane. More specifically when the accutane leaves the fat cells or cell receptors it can cause a toxic shock in the body and hair loss can be triggered. Alot of people develop hair loss on accutane at the start or end of their course, supplementing vitamin A (retinol) or zinc (because zinc is the carrier for retinoic acid) potentiates the hair loss because both push the accutane out of the storage sites in the body.

 

This product actually has retinoic acid in it, i genuinely cannot believe that, how are you going to cure accutane induced side effects, by taking more accutane? this is just beyond comprehension. It'll probably worsen the side effects and overall toxicity doing this stupid shit. Save your money sdro.


Edited by Chico Esposito, 21 June 2013 - 04:52 PM.


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Posted 21 June 2013 - 02:21 PM

srdo, before you leave the testosterone remember to post your idiodine regimen.

 

Joseph, looks like a fairly complete if somewhat messy list.

 

I've been on MSM again. Creatine and MSM are effective. MSM has helped me consistently with digestion and therefore energy. In regards to mucousal linings it's the most effective product I've tried for the price.

 

I don't know why I stop using it, though stop I do. I think it's when I feel better my body makes my mind forget I need it.

 

Overall everything people have posted lately makes sense: liver, adrenal, thyroid and connective tissue support.

 

For sexual dys/function I've found medical cannabis and tongkat ali to be fairly effective.

 

I'd imagine something like selegiline would work. The dopamine pathway gets smashed by accutane.

 

Tell me more about the MSM, I have over a kilo at home, have never been taking it consistently and the benefits have always been very marginal although I believe it to work, race horces are fed tons of MSM, so it must work.

 

The question is at what dose do you take it? How often and at what time of the day? With food or on empty stomach?

 

How long does it take to see results?

 

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Another question related to the liver is how to boost 

  Cholinesterase?

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Posted 21 June 2013 - 06:58 PM

oh and being raised by a feminist makes you automatically a feminist? haha I LOVE your faulty logic. my god. That's like saying because i was raised republican I automatically espouse republican ideology. NOPE. sorry.  Please look up the definition of feminist too. It isn't most guys ill-conceived notion of a girl burning her bra and wanting to stab men. It equates to equality for men and women, and everyone in between. I feel like just need to leave this forum it's getting so frustrating thanks to all this testosterone. No one can stay focused anymore.

I’m sorry, but you may be wrong again, madam. Given the unquenchable desire for androgen inhibition here, which has been proven to skew traditional hormone ratios in men in favor of heightened estrogenic states, we a probably dealing with cattiness issues based on the aforesaid. I hope you don’t consider my comments sexist, because I deemed you’re conflating of too much testosterone with unrest and undesirability, as sexist. And, to think you were in the middle of a sanctimonious and self-righteous speech. Hypocrisy, is a bitch I tell you..erm sorry, I meant bastard.

 

I almost forgot to ask: Is my puddy (I am not comfortable with the sexually charged nature of the other word) cat sexist? My cat (Tom) likes being discursive, and, hence liberated from restrictive gender roles that are societally imposed in the privacy of his home. Hell, he may even just like MY red heels.


Edited by camaroz28, 21 June 2013 - 08:47 PM.

"Fret not fellas. I've got a 145 IQ, zen pain tolerance, the resilience of a cockroach, the survival instincts of a rat. I'll win; it's what I do. And then I'll help all of you, forgetting no one; I swear."

 

"I did get some fatigue and minor cramps from taste testing spicy food I was cooking. Even though I didn't swallow and rinsed, the residue got me. This hypersensitivity is annoying."

 

 

Thus spoke Joseph Buchignani.





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