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#181 itsoveryes

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Posted 06 May 2013 - 08:51 AM

Guys, I found this.

 

http://www.baar.com/...estimonials.htm

 

The chemotherapy which I received raises havoc on my system - after one use of treatment from the Radiac (with [Vibradex™] Gold solution) many of these problems disappeared. I was losing my hair, now its growing back at a fast rate. I had nausea and cramping in my stomach after every chemo treatment. I no longer have any of these problems. It also helped my blood count which after every chemo treatment I need a blood transfusion. I no longer need any now. The list could go on. I had a 30% chance - I feel the Radiac gave me a 100% chance." S.M., NY

 

I have been using the Radiac for a few months. I use it with [Vibradex™] Gold or [Vibradex™] Silver solutions and sometimes plain. My body feels very relaxed and a feeling of warmth in my hands & feet at times. I've also felt a floating sensation of my body. The surprising thing that I found is that my hair was getting a bit thicker, curlier and less grey. The Radiac certainly works its magic." T.N. Marlton, NJ

 

I am going to try the radial active with the gold. It is very expensive so I wll let you know how it goes after a few months. I also found these testimonials regarding  hair regrowth related to the crude oil and atomidine. All these treatments require at least 6 months of continue use.

 

http://immortalhair....cayce-crude-oil



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Posted 15 May 2013 - 09:50 PM

any updates? anyone get tested yet?



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Posted 16 May 2013 - 09:14 AM

No I need to asap. I'll call today to make an appointment. 

 

Still shedding hair. 



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Posted 20 May 2013 - 09:21 PM

We all say were shedding hair, but I didn't know until lately that its only considered hairloss if you're loosing more than 100 hairs a day (which I know I'm not). I've begun to think that the increased loss is natural because its not coming out and clumps and is only some hair in the shower



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Posted 21 May 2013 - 12:32 AM

We all say were shedding hair, but I didn't know until lately that its only considered hairloss if you're loosing more than 100 hairs a day (which I know I'm not). I've begun to think that the increased loss is natural because its not coming out and clumps and is only some hair in the shower

 

You lose a lot more hair than you think. Think about it, how much hair do you lose in the shower? You're up about 16 hours a day, there's no way you could possibly count how much hair you're shedding throughout the day...if you're finding hair very frequently everytime your run your hand through your hair, then its a problem in my opinion..



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Posted 24 May 2013 - 01:06 PM

I have an appointment scheduled for Tuesday. I'll let you guys know how it goes. 



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Posted 24 May 2013 - 01:57 PM

I am going to ask to be prescribed to Avodart. There are a few people on this thread that said avodart eliminated their hair shedding:

 

http://absoluteacnei...=4#.UZ_Fy7XVB8E



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Posted 28 May 2013 - 10:44 AM

http://www.baldtruth...ead.php?t=11145

 

I would watch this thread. Two people are already reporting tons of vellous hairs. If those go terminal in a few months that is a cure for hair loss, hopefully including ours.



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Posted 28 May 2013 - 02:39 PM

To clarify, no on got tested, but Blue. And Blue, you didn't test your cortisol levels because you said they are fine on cycle, is that correct? I am going to a dermatologist this Thursday, no tests scheduled, but will see what he says. Also for those in touch with the guy who previously ran the b5hairloss website, he never found a cure? Reading his old posts, seems he leaned toward adrenal fatigue

 

current regime:

atomidine 1 drop, 7 days on, 7 days off

crude oil twice a week with a 30 min massage+crude oil pine rinse, then vaseline

radial active appliance (4 days with gold, 4 days w/o gold, 4 days off)

3 bottle of careprost (generic latisse) in a bottle of nioxin scalp treatment every night

1gm l-cysteine

Considering rogaine foam



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Posted 30 May 2013 - 09:52 AM

To clarify, no on got tested, but Blue. And Blue, you didn't test your cortisol levels because you said they are fine on cycle, is that correct? I am going to a dermatologist this Thursday, no tests scheduled, but will see what he says. Also for those in touch with the guy who previously ran the b5hairloss website, he never found a cure? Reading his old posts, seems he leaned toward adrenal fatigue
 
current regime:
atomidine 1 drop, 7 days on, 7 days off
crude oil twice a week with a 30 min massage+crude oil pine rinse, then vaseline
radial active appliance (4 days with gold, 4 days w/o gold, 4 days off)
3 bottle of careprost (generic latisse) in a bottle of nioxin scalp treatment every night

Yes mate that's right. Use cortisol blockers on cycle but I wouldn't rule anything out at this stage. Wow your on a lot of things man are you still shedding on all that, a few guys on the steroid forums use nizoral and toco for hairloss check them out.
1gm l-cysteine
Considering rogaine foam



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Posted 31 May 2013 - 05:15 PM

To clarify, no on got tested, but Blue. And Blue, you didn't test your cortisol levels because you said they are fine on cycle, is that correct? I am going to a dermatologist this Thursday, no tests scheduled, but will see what he says. Also for those in touch with the guy who previously ran the b5hairloss website, he never found a cure? Reading his old posts, seems he leaned toward adrenal fatigue

 

current regime:

atomidine 1 drop, 7 days on, 7 days off

crude oil twice a week with a 30 min massage+crude oil pine rinse, then vaseline

radial active appliance (4 days with gold, 4 days w/o gold, 4 days off)

3 bottle of careprost (generic latisse) in a bottle of nioxin scalp treatment every night

1gm l-cysteine

Considering rogaine foam

Correct, he never found it but thought he was close. I think he was leaning towards adrenal fatigue as well. But no one got cortisol saliva test, so we don't know as of yet if the theory holds. 

 

I can refer you to his email if you want to talk to him, he's very informed on this specific problem after years of research, and you seem to be a smart and determined individual as well, so maybe talking it through you guys would be able to figure it out? For me, he told me to get those tests, but I'm nowhere close to my doctor to do that without spending hundreds....



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Posted 31 May 2013 - 06:04 PM

To clarify, no on got tested, but Blue. And Blue, you didn't test your cortisol levels because you said they are fine on cycle, is that correct? I am going to a dermatologist this Thursday, no tests scheduled, but will see what he says. Also for those in touch with the guy who previously ran the b5hairloss website, he never found a cure? Reading his old posts, seems he leaned toward adrenal fatigue

 

current regime:

atomidine 1 drop, 7 days on, 7 days off

crude oil twice a week with a 30 min massage+crude oil pine rinse, then vaseline

radial active appliance (4 days with gold, 4 days w/o gold, 4 days off)

3 bottle of careprost (generic latisse) in a bottle of nioxin scalp treatment every night

1gm l-cysteine

Considering rogaine foam

Correct, he never found it but thought he was close. I think he was leaning towards adrenal fatigue as well. But no one got cortisol saliva test, so we don't know as of yet if the theory holds. 

 

I can refer you to his email if you want to talk to him, he's very informed on this specific problem after years of research, and you seem to be a smart and determined individual as well, so maybe talking it through you guys would be able to figure it out? For me, he told me to get those tests, but I'm nowhere close to my doctor to do that without spending hundreds....

 

Yes, let me get his email. I am booking an appt with an endocrinologist and I want to know what tests to get. I am doing cortisol, thyroid, blood and b vitamins if that is possible.

 

Yes Blue, still shedding. I am going to add a keto shampoo, that is what nizoral is. I posted on another thread about CB, it's for both acne and hairloss. Stage 2 trials completed already in Europe.



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Posted 31 May 2013 - 06:59 PM

Hey all,

 

i found this. I did the iris contraction test and my pupil immediately re dilated, so strong indicator of adrenal fatigue. I went and got the ebook by dr wilson, going to read it tonight. Maybe you guys should do some of these tests and see what your results are.-   http://forum.lowcarb...ad.php?t=117152

 

In Dr. Wilson's book, Adrenal Fatigue , he lists 3 tests you can do at home to help determine if you have Adrenal Fatigue (or Burned Out Adrenals, as Dr. S calls it). This might be helpful for those who can't afford a Cortisol test.

Test #1: Iris Contraction Test
Equipment required: chair, small flashlight, mirror, a watch (with a second hand), and a dark room.

In a darkened room, sit in a chair in front of a mirror. Holding the flashlight at the side of your head, shine it across one eye (not into the eye). Watch what happens in the mirror.

You should see your pupil contract immediately after the light hits the eye. The pupil will normally stay contracted, but if you have adrenal fatigue, the pupil won't be able to hold its contraction and will dilate. This dilation will take place within 2 minutes and last for about 30-45 seconds before it contracts again. Time how long the dilation lasts and record it along with the date. Retest monthly as it serves as an indicator of recovery.

Test #2: Blood Pressure Test
If your blood pressure drops when you stand up from a lying position, this almost always indicates low adrenals. This can be measured with a blood pressure gauge (a sphygmomanometer), which you can buy at a drug store. Make sure to purchase the type that doesn't require a stethoscope to take your blood pressure.

Make sure to do this test when you are well hydrated or it could give you a false positive. Lie down quietly for about 10 minutes, then take your blood pressure (while still lying down). Then stand up and measure your blood pressure immediately upon standing. Normally blood pressure will rise 10-20mmHg from standing up. If your blood pressure drops, you likely have adrenal fatigue. The more severe the drop, the more severe the adrenal fatigue.

Test #3: Sergent's White Line
This is only present in about 40% of people with Adrenal Fatigue, but if the test is positive, it's a "slam dunk" confirmation.

With a ballpoint pen, take the cap end of the pen and lightly stroke the skin on your abdomen, making a mark about 6" long. Within a few seconds, a line should appear. In a normal reaction, the mark is initially white, but reddens within a few seconds. If you have Adrenal Fatigue, the line will stay white for about 2 minutes and will also widen.



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Posted 01 June 2013 - 08:54 PM

Hey can I try this? It's a product called 'Totally Natural Hair More' it has the cysteine that you mentioned. Check below these are the ingredients it has. Copied it from their website.

ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Each Capsule of Hair More Advanced Hair Formula contains:

Serenoa repens (Saw Palmetto) seed......................................2g (2000mg) Equiv. to Fatty Acids 120mg

Trigonella foenum graecum (Testofen Fenugreek) seed............1.2g (1200mg)

Cysteine Hydrochloride...............................................................579.8mg Equiv. to Cysteine 400mg

Biotin...........................................................................................1mg

Each 1mL of Hair More Advanced Stimulating Lotion contains:

Vitis vinifera seed (Grape Seed).........................................1.263g (1263mg) Equiv. to Procyanidins 10mg

Serenoa repens (Saw Palmetto) seed.................................................10mg Equiv. to Fatty Acids 599mcg

Dimethyl Sulfone............................................................................20mg

Cysteine Hydrochloride....................................................................13mg Equiv. to Cysteine 10mg

Biotin...........................................................................................7mcg

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Posted 01 June 2013 - 11:13 PM

itsoveryes, the guy's email is liquidfirex@gmail.com

 

Do you have any idea how people treat adrenal fatigue?



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Posted 02 June 2013 - 12:46 PM

Hey can I try this? It's a product called 'Totally Natural Hair More' it has the cysteine that you mentioned. Check below these are the ingredients it has. Copied it from their website.
ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Each Capsule of Hair More Advanced Hair Formula contains:
Serenoa repens (Saw Palmetto) seed......................................2g (2000mg) Equiv. to Fatty Acids 120mg
Trigonella foenum graecum (Testofen Fenugreek) seed............1.2g (1200mg)
Cysteine Hydrochloride...............................................................579.8mg Equiv. to Cysteine 400mg
Biotin...........................................................................................1mg
Each 1mL of Hair More Advanced Stimulating Lotion contains:
Vitis vinifera seed (Grape Seed).........................................1.263g (1263mg) Equiv. to Procyanidins 10mg
Serenoa repens (Saw Palmetto) seed.................................................10mg Equiv. to Fatty
Dimethyl Sulfone............................................................................20mg
Cysteine Hydrochloride....................................................................13mg Equiv. to Cysteine 10mg
Biotin...........................................................................................7mcg


Cysteine will not cure b5 hairloss

Edited by Blue09, 02 June 2013 - 12:47 PM.


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Posted 02 June 2013 - 03:52 PM

itsoveryes, the guy's email is liquidfirex@gmail.com

 

Do you have any idea how people treat adrenal fatigue?

Look term supplementation or bovine adrenal extracts

 

"Their first claim to fame in the United States occurred with the epidemic
flu virus of 1918. Respiratory infections are especially hard on the adrenal
glands and fatigue them rapidly. This effect was shown by Lucke and his
associates at Camp Zachary Taylor in 1919, when he found that adrenal
exhaustion was present in 103 of 126 autopsied cases of mortality from
the flu epidemic. In 3 other cases he even found adrenal hemorrhages
and enlargement of the adrenal glands to twice their size. This means
that in 106 of 126 patients who died from influenza, the adrenals were
actually damaged by the infection. It is not that the adrenals were infected
per se, but that the effort they made to try to restore balance to the body

led them to a degree of exhaustion that was physically detectable upon
autopsy (Lucke, B., et al., Archives of Internal Medicine, August 1919,
XXIIII, pg. 154).
While this flu epidemic was debilitating and even killing thousands around
the world, a few hundred of its victims were given a formula containing
liquid adrenal cortical extracts (extracts from the adrenal cortex) combined
with small amounts of thyroid and gonadal extracts. The formula
was found to be unusually effective in overcoming many of the asthenic
(weak) and depleted states that were so common to those afflicted with
this deadly flu. It also effectively reduced the serious sequeli that usually
followed this particular infection. The benefits of this adrenal cell extract
formula dramatically drew attention to its practical use. The quick and
uneventful recovery experienced by those taking it contrasted to the long
period of recuperation normally seen in this flu epidemic. These results
made many physicians aware of the possibility for recovery from less
severe forms of hypoadrenia as well. It was known even in 1919 that
the early functional endocrine disorders, especially adrenal fatigue, are
infinitely more common and far more likely to respond to therapy than
extreme endocrine diseases such as Addison’s (Harrower, ’39, pg. 17)."

 

supplements

vit c

vit e

b5

b complex

niacin

gigseng root

cordycep sinesis (cordymax)

licorice root (tea preferred)

gingko leaf (ginkgo biloba)

sleep

NO CAFFEINE!

 

 

you can buy the book on amazon for $10 kindle

http://www.amazon.co...70209881&sr=8-1

 

EDIT: Bovine (cow) is no longer used due to mad cow disease, rather porcine (pig) extracts are used. Here is one such product, but honestly I suggest most people drop cable and use that money to get tested. My endo appt is next week, will update then.

 

http://www.amazon.co...6/dp/B004I7C11W


Edited by itsoveryes, 04 June 2013 - 01:11 PM.


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Posted 05 June 2013 - 09:30 AM

I am dumping the careprost because I am having pain in my left eye. If anyone wants to try it, I have a ton of unopened bottles I'll mail to you as long as you pay for shipping, just PM me. On to rogaine foam.



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Posted 06 June 2013 - 09:50 AM

The dermatologist wouldn't conduct tests. He just passed it off as MPB but I did request I be prescribed to Avodart. I am now on Avodart and Rogain Foam for 1 week now.  



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Posted 06 June 2013 - 01:10 PM

The dermatologist wouldn't conduct tests. He just passed it off as MPB but I did request I be prescribed to Avodart. I am now on Avodart and Rogain Foam for 1 week now.  

That sucks, it's terrible when people in the medical profession will not listen to the patient. Many think they always know best and won't stray from anything taught in medical school.

 

My doctor actually ran tests but just blood tests, and everything was fine of course.

 

I'm actually having what looks like quite decent re-growth at the moment but I don't want to say details until I can be sure. This thread is already filled with too many phantom "cures".






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