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Chico Esposito

Member Since 02 Aug 2011
Offline Last Active Dec 15 2014 06:48 PM

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In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

15 December 2014 - 06:48 PM

I have been on the Manganese 10mg chelated + Methyl B vitamins + Choline + Molybdenum for about a week now, and I can confirm:


Skin feels and looks better within first day.


When combined with healthy eating/foods rich in Manganese, I had the best sex of possibly my entire life with the firmest erection.


Stomach still has some issues- will be starting probiotic back up after that (had originally cleared my stomach issues), since I took CBD it killed the bacteria in my gut.


Felt very clear and happy.


This was with the regimen AND eating foods with Manganese. Without eating the foods as well/eating a bit healthy, my skin was still great but I did not notice the other benefits like sex drive/firm erections/clarity.




I understand the methyl B vitamins and the choline is for DNA methylation, epigenetic changes. The manganese is for the co factor glucuronosyltransferase. But what's the Molybdenum for? 

In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

15 December 2014 - 07:38 AM

I personally do think the accutane is still there, certainly for those that can't tolerate retinol in foods, that's as clear as day from the side effects from eating retinol. What your proposing is that accutane has altered our vitamin A metabolism permanently without it's presence. In that case if we weren't able to utilise vitamin A why would it cause hypervitaminosis A like symptoms? it just doesn't make any sense. The body's not stupid, it'll go back to homeostasis if it can, but there is an antagonist triggering this epigenetic change in the cell and forcing it to transcribe the wrong information, the wrong cell differentiation and that antagonist or inducer is accutane. 

In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

11 December 2014 - 12:39 PM

Thanks for the response tryingtohelp, why manganese? does accutane deplete it? really interesting you said nettle and milk thistle in relation to the manganese because they are also in the herbs i take. It's clivers, nettles, red clover, milk thistle, burdock, dandelion leaf and root and echinacea. 


Your right i did believe glucuronidation was affected, maybe it is i have no way of knowing. I have done all the liver flushes as recommended on the video on the other page and they had no effect on me. So is manganese the way to go? and have you noticed a reduction in cracking joints, knees etc from taking it?


Also have you noticed any effect from the methylation supplements?

In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

11 December 2014 - 10:04 AM

So what supplements do you recommend to help @tryingtohelp2014. Me and you have almost identical symptoms. Interestingly i've been experimenting with lymphatic system cleansers and bought some cleavers, red clover and nettle herbs to boil into a tea. My skin started tingling every time i drank the tea and within a few days my sebborheic dermatitis stopped and i got very dry skin, it was exactly like it was pushing the accutane out of the tissue. It's calmed down now, this is after about 3 weeks of constant use and when i urinated i got out lot's of sediment just as annoyy described. The lymph is responsible for carrying all fats and fat soluble vitamins around the body, i just thought it was interesting.


I've been reading a lot about epigenetics and DNA methylation and how accutane messes up the genes by switching certain genes on and off, is this the cause of the problem? things like methyl B12, P5P, TMG and folate are meant to help, i don't know how to pursue it, any advice would be welcome.

In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

23 November 2014 - 07:57 AM

your body does NOT use acne as a way to detoxify!  that is utterly ridiculous. inflammation is not a detoxifying response.  acne is an immune response


here is a limited explanation




Have you ever heard of the term "lymphocytes"? they are your immune system, they are your immune response, the killer cell's, T cell's, B cells. The key word there is "lymphocytes" they are your lymphatic system. So what your trying to do is discredit what i've said by saying acne's got nothing to do with the lymph and that is "utterly ridiculous", then claiming it's an immune system response, without understanding the fundamental point, which is the lymphatic system is your immune system.


Cleaning the lymph helps acne.