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In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Today, 01:19 PM

over 99% of this dose gets excreted unchanged...In addition pantothenic is absorbed by an active transport system that is saturable so u will only absorb a certain quantity of this, so over the years my body has taken much more than u as it was more constant and have dealt with it when i perfected my blood panel...Hair loss has started for people at different doses with different time periods, some took it for 3 weeks only at 300mg and saw hair loss, while other at larger and longer while others have never seen it...Why? Because the vitamin or mineral reserves differ and again iv told u the key points to get tested, u are free to do whatever u want...But note u are not trying to help me as i dont need help as im not suffering hair loss from panto, im here just to help u as i feel sorry for the hair loss u have been through...

Like I said, I'm not going to fight anymore. I do the math, and you say this:

"over 99% of this dose gets excreted unchanged"

Where did you get this number from, YOU MADE IT UP!

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Today, 12:50 PM

I would also like to tell people that i took a hair product called pantogar for 5 years, it contains 60mg pantothenic acid a pill and i took 3 a day for  years so i doubt any of u have accumulated pantothenic acid as much as me...When i stopped it i did alot of tests and i found b12 to be low....My hair loss reversed and i saw regrowth only to be hit by a metabolic dysfunction due to taking activated charcoal which absorbed all the vitamins in my body..

*Last post to you, not going to fight anymore

Please reflect upon your logic, I am trying to help you.


10000/180=55.5 larger dose then you were taking per day. So it took you 55.5 days to equal what we took in 1 day, almost two months.

Here is a different example.

Some people take 81mg of aspirin per day to prevent heart attacks. However if they took 4995.5mg of aspirin at one time, the equivalent of 55.5 days of aspirin, they would get very sick. It is not the same at all.

As to you thinking you took more B5 then us, let's do the math. You took 60x3=180mg/day for 5 years. So


Someone taking 10g/day, in 33day x 10g=330grams. What you took in 5 years, we took in about a month. It's not the same at all.

Whats up Blue, how's the hair?

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Today, 12:35 PM

Anyone who has any marketing experience, please message me. I am starting the crowd source campaign very soon.

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Today, 11:36 AM

Panto cannot permanently damage a mechanism...This is impossible...The damage u suffered is relatively local to ur hair, if u really had altered lipid metabolism you will see it all over ur body, not only ur hair...Im positive that panto causes hair loss due to it depleting or using up another crucial vitamin or mineral to the hair...Folate/b12 or copper expressed through ceruloplasmin, until u do these 3 tests u are now literally just repeating the myths u have been going through on this forum for years...I have not seen u once really help anyone tho im sure u want to, i on the other hand have helped elessearx resolve his hair loss...Stop this tone with me and see the money and time u have let people waste over the years, tell this to urself not me, atleast i have actually helped someone and will do to the rest...
red blood cell folate is the one to be tested not serum folic acid...

What myths have I been going on about through the years, considering I formulated the lipid hypothesis only a few weeks ago?

It's great you believe "Im positive that panto causes hair loss due to it depleting or using up another crucial vitamin or mineral to the hair.."
But you present NO PROOF. Even if you are correct, there are thousands of minerals/vitamins in the body, YOU DO NOT KNOW which vitamins/mineral is missing.
This is why I stated before we should all crowd source money to get an experiment done on rats and see which mineral/vitamins are affected. You forget it is possible by randomly megadosing on vitamins we can be doing damage to our bodies. No one knew b5 caused hair loss until a decade ago, who know what megadosing other vitamin/minerals can do.

All I ask is you stop making statements WITHOUT PROOF. Here is the first sentence you said
"Panto cannot permanently damage a mechanism"
Now elmechanico spoke to Artlan who said this "All in all, B5 was a short term fix for my Acne but I am still feeling the ill effects over 10 years later. "
Here is the thread FROM 2004. Artlan is the second poster.


In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Today, 11:13 AM

What are you talking about? My Testosterone comment was in response to elmechanico about Artlan's ED. My current working theory is posted on page 1 and talks about lipid metabolism. If you read through the whole thread again you'll be a lot more knowledgeable, rather then just suggesting different minerals/vitamins.

The two studies you link to are both over 50 years old and deal with b12. Anemia is rare in men because they don't menstruate, even more so when you consider the amount of meat eaten in this country.

Regarding Eleserax, we will wait and see. I thought I cured my hair loss two years ago and was wrong. Also if you believe Eleserax cured his hair loss by following your b1 advice, why do you now advocate b12? Why not stick with B1?