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Maynerd

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#3420285 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 14 March 2014 - 11:19 AM

Hey guys, just checking in... looks like we're kind of thinking along the same lines with diet and fast experiments... I will be doing another fast again, since I've had softer skin and hair effects from the master cleanse, next time I want to do the master, then go straight into water... but more research.

 

For now, I am preparing to do the olive oil/epsom liver gallbladder miracle flush... I know others were going to do that as well and I don't check in on this website enough so if any of you guys want to share with me your experiences I'd love it if you'd message me or tag me (if that's possible) in your flush results posts.

 

The final thing, and possibly most important is glandulars. glandulars, glandulars glandulars.  I have spoken about them before here and as I see them helping my eye floaters and helping my skin dryness when nothing much else has, and as I do more research and theorizing, I am becoming quite confident that they are the most powerful tool at our disposal.

 

glandulars are freeze dried raw animal parts from animals that have the same amino acids, enzymes, t-cells, etc that we humans have and our bodies will absorb them and heal itself with them... the like heals like approach has helped many people with nasty problems online. It's just so simple and cost effective that the mainstream has and will try to suppress it; half out of embarrassment that it is so simple and half out of greed.

 

As some of you know, I have made a website to promote and sell glandulars that I cannot post onto this forum but if you would like to know the address, please shoot me a message... or, you can search for the product that you want on standard process and then buy it from amazon but I strongly believe if you're not using glandulars for your problems, you are missing out.

 

Cleanse and rebuild--- glandulars rebuild.

 

BTW, peppermint essential oil cured my ibs.

picamilon cured my anxiety.

 

Did a cleanse last saturday that made me crap a lot and feel amazing--- woke, drank some baking soda (boosts ph and kills fungus) little while later drank epsom salts... little while later took some niacin and flushed and sweated in the sun, took a nap, after all the trips to the toilet ended around noon, I felt way energized.

 

peace!




#3378302 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 27 August 2013 - 12:39 PM

The latency thing is like the biggest mystery to me... makes me think accutane gallstones...

 

On the other hand my success with peppermint followed by now, eating as much fat and food as I want makes me think stomach, somehow--- or perhaps both...

 

But either way, with my standard process digestive products combined with my peppermint, I eat as much as I want and am trying to eat as much food and fat as possible, since I am following a muscle growth protocol by Timothy Ferriss and his book "The 4 Hour Body"... which I bought initially to get tips on healing my body overall so I could heal and share my successess...  If you recall from my earlier posts I have had success with his sleep tips... and now with his slow carb diet, and slow movement excercises I put on good muscle and I lost fat from my stomach in like 4 days... no digestive problems--- except I should be having more frequent stools and nuts show up undigested sometimes, but I mean no terrible noises or discomfort like before.




#3377112 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 22 August 2013 - 01:07 PM

If dubya b thinks that I'm the problem here then, whatever... I'll spare the economic and philosophical dialogue as to why providing good products and services at good prices to people who need them as well as procuring profits is not a bad thing... Perhaps he would prefer I be silent about my success and let everybody continue to spend $$$ on shit that doesn't work.

 

Look at my earlier posts and you will see that before I created my website and when I started noticing good effects with the dermatrophin and occulotrophin I implored people to buy Standard Process Products from AMAZON, to see if you guys noticed good effects too.

 

If you want to buy from them instead of a fellow sufferer, go ahead, just please don't question my morals as if I haven't been in the trenches with everyone else here, desperate for relief for over two years.

 

Here is an article on glandulars that I have been sharing with a many of the people who have been sending my private messages, asking me details about my recovery and website... Thank you to all who have been messaging me, I hope my responses have been thorough and helpful!

 

Cheers

http://www.holistic-...lar-therapy.htm




#3375098 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 15 August 2013 - 02:04 PM

mods have it tough...

 

strict rules or human touch?

 

It seems highly doubtful I would be commenting on this thread for 2+ years without pimping anything out to finally unveil my misgevious plan to make money off of pple's suffering... not a very good return on investment.

 

My vote is for human touch,

 

Can't make everybody happy.

 

I forgot to mention in my recent post mentioning my website that I basically gave up on shit a few months ago and decided to drink and smoke and try not to care about my health problems because I was sick of nobody believing my problems--- "You're young, you look healthy to me" etc...

So, I'm just saying this because it is a testimony for how confident I am in these supplements... I was smoking, drinking, staying out late and one day I started taking these supplements but didn't quit my rockstar lyfestyle and my body became miraculously healed...  Hell, I still endulge multiple times a week... Just pop twice the amount of recommended pills and I'm gravy and having fun too. dang.

 

I take like 20 sp pillz a day.

 

Anyways, message me w more questions, I am happy to help my fellow troopers!




#3374772 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 14 August 2013 - 12:34 PM

Helllloooo everybody!

 

So, I believe I have healed myself from the majority of my accutane side effects...

 

Eye floaters down from hundreds a day to a minimal amount, testicles back to good function, skin is entirely normal... digestion is better but still working on getting everything completely digested all the time but the constant churning and gargling was healed with Peppermint.

 

I think we have been having so many issues because our solutions have been like trying to put good gasoline in our car to help our car heal itself, however, it appears that our regular mechanism human body tissue repair was burnt at the frays by too much vitamin A.

 

So, the solution that has been helping me revolves around rebuilding that engine with glandulars.

 

I have created a website promoting the products that have helped me and I sell most of them at a cheaper price than Amazon...

 

I cannot post the name of the website here because the last time I tried doing that I was banned for a week.

 

If you would like more information please send me a private message.

 

I feel like things are back to normal again!!! woot woot!!!

 

xoxo

 

Tyler Maynerd Scott




#3331472 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 06 March 2013 - 04:24 PM

my side effects are listed on my page... and I believe to the left when I post.

 

A couple drops of peppermint essential oil a day (between 2 to 5) helped the constant growling and pain and bloating and other unsavory problems with the gut but I did mention before that sometimes, undigested materials remain in my stool.

 

Picamilon is for brain health/anxiety... this actually helped with my energy levels but energy levels were not among my main complaints...  I stay fairly active with dancing, and riding my bike... I have had problems with anxiety/brain fog... probably due to both tane and previous pot and caffeine use. One miligram melatonin sublingually right before bed also helped my sleep/brain health but I did feel the one time I tried it before I got on my amazing picamilon I felt drowsy the next day.

 

Dermatrophin would definitely help with skin dryness.  I took it when my skin was all flaky and it was healed within just a few days and hasn't really come back since I stopped. 

 

I recommend doing this, open up two tabs on your browser and on one of them go here: https://www.standard...rd-Process/Home

 

You can search by product name, organ, ingredient, or bodily process... type some shit in, read about the product on their website and then in your other tab go to amazon.com

 

Type in the product you are interested in and read the reviews... a lot of their products, but not all are sold there, and many of them have in depth reviews.

 

Ones I would like to take when i have more money are orchex (balls) ligaplex (joints) cruciferous complete (cell health, vit K) ostrophin (bones)... and a B vitamin combo from them... but you see, this is where I need advice cause they all sound nice but I don't wanna take too many, specially if they overlap objectives... 

 

The Iplex I take is nice cause it combines other things in it such as veal bone, bovine adrenal, bovine liver etc, all of which I need but it does seem to be working similarly as well as the oculotrophin was working.

 

I forget if there were other questions for me.




#3331188 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 05 March 2013 - 01:05 PM

This threat is getting juvenile. Someone please post something helpful?! Thanks.

 

I read a few posts here... having trouble keeping up with this thread... I used to read it and post to it religiously when my side effects were at their worst and I was desperate, trying hundreds of supplements/diets/yadayada, with no help whatsoever...

 

Until now:  please please please, everybody look into Standard Process supplements (Iplex or oculotrophin for eyes) (dermatrophin for skin) , peppermint oil, Picamilon, and burdock(burdock totally helps with ED) /dandelion tinctures...

 

I think on my last post I accidentally was telling everybody to buy Boswellia when I was meaning to say Burdock, so if you bought Boswellia because of me instead of Burdock I apologize profusely... Although Boswellia sounds like it could help with our symptoms as well, I have personally been taking Burdock with success.

 

These supplements have cured me, and to be quite frank and honest, my diet hasn't been the greatest and I have drank a lot and smoked pot during this period of healing because I basically said "Fuck it, nobody believes me about my side effects, I have a few hundred floaters a day at the age of 24"... so I gave up but still took the supplements listed above with amazing results.




#3328235 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 20 February 2013 - 03:03 PM

What is up guysss?  I haven't been keeping up here, would like to read more posts when I am not at work...

 

I am doing pretty good taking my daily PEPPERMINT as it cured my stomach gurgling and bloated discomfort but my stools are still sometimes unformed and I also sometimes have undigested materials there, likely due to bile flow as we know... has anybody reversed the undigestion problem with UDCA/TUDCA or something?

 

 I am really enjoying being outside once again thanks to OCULOTROPHIN from standard process!  As I have mentioned in previous posts, I went from seeing literally hundreds of eye floaters to now around maybe a dozen, sometimes less a day... they tell you to take 3 per day but my chiro has given me and my family other SP products over the years and he directs us to take more than the bottle says, so I take between 3 and 6 a day...   also, my skin hasn't peeled since I finished dermatrophin pmg.

 

Still taking DANDELION and BOSWELIA tinctures for sexual sides and liver health... and that seems to work very well when I take them but I am honestly not as consistent as I would like to be in taking them.  BOSWELIA was researched and they say it helps with ED.

 

Speaking of sexual health, I wonder if anybody has tried the SP product called ORCHIC linked below?  I am considering buying some SP ORCHIC but I need to wait a bit as I just purchased IPLEX from standard process to hopefully replace my oculotrophin... It has porcine eye in it just like the oculotrophin but it also has bone and stomach pmg, which I hope will help my rebuild my decreased bone mass and my aforementioned persistent stomach issues.

 

https://www.standard...cess/Orchic-PMG

 

Also, any suggestions on an excellent B-Vitamin?  my nails are still thin... prolly just going to end up ordering them from SP but wanted to check and see if anybody has found anything else that they have found particularly outstanding.  I should just be consistent with my dandelion as it is a good natural source of B-Vitamins.

 

Any questions, HMU!  I'm not a SP salesman, I've just seen their products work for me literally right before my eyes when nothing else at all was helping... I would love it if others got on the SP bandwagon so we could compare results.  Many of their products are available on amazon.com so you can often read the customer reviews which have shown to be very positive from what I have seen.

 

On a personal note, I have been reading my poems at open mics a few times a week... Pretty fun!

 

Cheers, Maynerd.




#3310082 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 11 December 2012 - 03:53 PM

Hello hello!  Getting along great with oculotrophin and peppermint and for the past 4 days now, I must say my testicles have been more responsive and I have been getting more erections and my penis feels stronger when not erect as well... much like it used to... It all happened the morning after I started taking a tincture cocktail of dandelion tincture combined with a burdock tincture as well as phosfood liquids from standard process... I like the tinctures cause supposedly the alcohol helps the herb become fat soluble...

Anyway the only other change to my life I have been making is... the night before the morning I noticed improvements I stumbled across the video I have posted here where russell brand talks to a physicist about transcedental meditation and how it is a completely unique brain process that is over 3 times more healing than sleep...  Anyhow I like it and I did have a long session in the shower before bed so that could be what has helped but if I had to guess I would say the tinctures are a more plausible explanation.

Will keep updated...





#3267351 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 19 July 2012 - 02:21 AM

I have a unifying theory I am going to present here tomorrow but it's too late here and sleep is important but I want to give a preview in case my heart or brain stop pumping in my sleep.

Theory is title the tin man inside.

humans are nothing but matter, slime, air, and friction.

accutane induces aptopsis and dryness.

What is an easy target, a fast dividing softy slimy element that is not made of sturdy matter such as bone? Hyaluronic acid.  (Hyaluronic acid, Mucous, water, etc) dry and unable to duplicate the same way as before.

HA lubricates joints heart brain skin stomach, everything sticky.  PPL have felt good w creatine which retains water... What else does this? Hyaluronic acid.  Some men have even noticed less sperm which is a super sticky substance.

While the debate remains as to whether or not Accutane is still in the system, it still remains for even us sufferers that vit a helps create HA, therefore beta catotene creates more HA, therefore some people have felt better off of BC.

All of these things give former users problems in one form or another. Without proper HA organs rub together creating more and more friction, the immune system responds to the constant irritation and boom, auto immunity. Aging is drying is dissapearing.


This is why certain solutions only work temporarily, because if there is sand in your engine, you can put hi grade oil into the engine but eventually even high grade oil is going to burn up. You need lubrication of the insides and perhaps removal of debris . Okra a mucilaginous veggie for the gut, HA for the joints (although I feel like my body doesn't absorb the HA I take very well for some reason, perhaps I need to try rebuilding the Chondrocytes)... loads of coconut oil for brain, etc...

Notice:  It is well documented that for acute hypervitaminosis A, the protocol is to take aspirin.  Aspirin makes the blood platelets thinner and easier to pass through circulatory system... is a sense creating less wear and tear on a stressed system... I took 325 mgs of aspirin during a panic attack I had last night and felt way better afterwards.  Might be good to take baby aspirin or white willow daily and see how we fee.  Thats what I'm doing.  Last night with my nightly routine I added the aspirin and Glucosamine Chondroitin (good for chondrocytes)...  and today no eye dryness, minimal floaters.

Lubrication also probably has something to do with your bodies reception to foods and nutrients... Almost like the fuzzy side of the paddle that catches a tennis ball.  We need the body to stick and attach itself to the food/nutrients that we in take.

This theory is based off of personal experience and hearing ppls stories. More solutions to come tomorrow good sleep important to heal body inflammation... Friction causes inflammation is aging. Repair.

I believe hot cold therapy makes sense to get healthy friction restored... or in a sense more movement internally (temperature changes) with less friction (damage)...  Working out is also good because it creates movement and friction but not too much bad friction.

I guess what I'm saying is there are good types of friction which are created by healthy things.  And bad types such as artificial drying.


#3265559 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 13 July 2012 - 12:40 PM

Anyone with dry eyes interested in trying HA based drops with me?  There's a study about how HA eye drops work but not many reviews on the actual products themselves.

http://www.amazon.co...no_cart_title_1

By the way,

Someone said they liked taking hydraplenish?  Still getting good results?  I'm looking at collagen enhance by resvitale but it's so expensive.

For those doing topical things for skin health I recommend coconut oil like you've said but also grapeseed oil! grapeseed oil is fantastic for cooking and applying externally, it helps skin cells rebuild.  A combo of coconut and grapeseed would be sweet.  Perhaps internally as well... I was thinking about making high fat cocktails w coconut, grapeseed and olive oil along with the cleansing in order to push out bad fats, cleanse them and replace with good.  Get my vision?

Also, for those taking beta carotene or any other vit A derivative remember to take quite high amounts of E as well as D.

I'm drinking alcohol tonight, just to live a little. Cheers

Oh and to the person above me talking about how they felt way better after D.  About 3 months after tane I got sick for about 2 months straight, anti biotics didn't help etc.  But one afternoon I was doing some work outside and I got way sunburnt, went home, took a nap and when I woke up I was better.  I am going to start taking 50,000 I.U.s vitamin D this weekend.  D is a huge key and I don't really believe in hypervitaminosis D. I mean it's really really rare and it's time to take chances.


#3255922 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 15 June 2012 - 10:08 PM

This Shona Banda girl was able to make the thc oil a lot cheaper than the Rick Simpson method.




http://www.amazon.co...words=vaporizer


#3254689 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 12 June 2012 - 12:27 PM

What I meant by intelligent was a sharp mind, not smart vs dumb, and frequent use of pot for extended periods can dull a person, likely due to the brain anticipating a norepinepherine spike at any moment.  I don't know any pot users who use pot but do not use on a very frequent basis so all I am saying is prepare for it and know the potential down sides.

Just because it is naturally occuring from the earth, doesn't mean shit.  Google the statements I have made, I am too busy to type the key words into google for you.

Let me mention again I am not anti pot. Research it before diving into that interesting/fun world.

But @accutaneispoison, I do not want to argue with you and I won't because the beauty of the protocol for us on this page is that you can try your idea on yourself then report all the details here.  Let us know what tane side effects you have had, when they developed and how the pot helped.  It's a fairly emotionless system.


#3254506 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 12 June 2012 - 02:58 AM

I know a lot about marijuana.  I would hesitate to recommend it as a therapy for tane.  We could learn from it if people are being helped in someways and I do believe it helps in some ways, even accutane victims.  But I also know long term it has side effects that may outweigh the benefits.  However it depends on the kind of life and how long you want to live, of course pot may change that course but that is your choice.  Know that objectively it increases people's heart rates so heart complications are a risk, particularly keep this in mind if you have a history of family heart troubles and therefore a higher chance of having underlying heart issues.  Second, burnout is a real thing I believe due to the fact that pot increases norepinepherine release (probably what contributes to some people's paranoia's), but if you boost norep every day multiple times a day your brain is going to dull out because it is trying to counteract being shot through the roof.  Charles Bukowski the straight shooting poet who claims to have seen most of the world says he has seen smart kids go from smart to flat affect in as little as two years.  But I have a theory that pot makes people smarter in some ways.  Take it with a little caffeine, norepinephine is a great molecule to ride thoughts with, the problem is that it is an artificial boost to what the brain is used to (yes I know pot is "natural"). The encyclopedia of natural health I own does not speak highly of pot.  I think it even mentioned sexual sides.

However, even with these risks it might be something worth trying.  Particularly for those who talk of suicide, be a stoner for a year please, first.  Then see how you feel but I would say do it if you are at your whits end.  Pot is fun otherwise people wouldn't do it, HAVE FUN with the madness of it.

I didn't watch the posted vids, I might when I have free time, been busy with work and art, been feeling pretty decent lately actually.  On just a decent, really easy, limited carb no real gluten to speak of diet right now, haven't started any kind of crazy diet yet.

But anyhow, I wanted to say even if people don't want to try pot, we can mimick the health benefits by what we know about pot.

1 It boosts feel good neurons.
2. It may have anti inflamatory effects
3. It is fat soluble.
4. It speeds up heart rate and metabolism. (maybe not as much if consumed in oil form)
5. It boosts melatonin production (melatonin is a sleep anti oxidant some odd 10,000 times stronger than vitamin C)  Btw, when used by subjects in the morning it led to slightly more cancer but when taken at night they had way less cancer.  That's another reason I am skeptical of marijuana to help overall health, because most frequent pot smokers smoke many hours before bed.  If you consumed maybe 3 hours before bed you might be ok on that but it's hard to tell cuz you're supposed to take melatonin an hour or less before bed.

Anyhow, I hope this helps, I hope it was objective enough.


#3253181 Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Posted by Maynerd on 07 June 2012 - 02:59 PM

You guys should check out manganese. Try manganese picolinate from thorne research. It helps the liver, your joints and cartilag, enzyme function etc. Mine was very low that is why I started taking it. My current theory is that one of the many problems accutane causes is that, maybe due less bile production, we have gotten deficiencies in many vital trace minerals, which then again amplify the aquired deficiencies and IMPORTANT imbalances in the long run.

zinc has helped me, magnesium, potassium and manganese.

on the other hand I have had too much copper.

Also want to repost a link that has been posted earlier by Mayneard, because it supports my thesis for a high fat diet:

http://ebooks.whnliv.../LipidDetox.pdf


It appears we have similar theories all together. I agree about us possibly needing a higher amount of trace minerals because our absorption is down for some reason.  I was going to post about manganese and selenium/selenoproteins but I don't think I did.

For those working with sleep issues I had super restful sleep last night with great dreams... took a hot shower before bed and cooled the room w A/C and took my magnesium/coconut oil combo before bed.  Timothy Ferriss' book the 4 Hr body recommends the temperature adjustments I have made- hot then cold.  I bought his book to see if there were any tips about general health, he tested tons of experiments on himself before putting them in the book.  Might add 1mg sublingual melatonin next time to see if it helps or hinders... It usually helps when I take it alone. Strong antioxidant as well.