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itsoveryes

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#3441454 Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Posted by itsoveryes on 15 July 2014 - 08:31 AM

Hi everyone,

I stayed up late doing research and this undertaking is very very intense. I'm thinking it might be best to hire a phd biologist who specialized in vitamin toxicity. It will cost significantly more, but there will be a much better chance of actually solving the hairloss. This will probably cost between 50k-100k, but considering we are the top google search term and the number of unique individuals who have commented on this thread, I think we can do it. Let me know your thoughts.


#3441068 Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Posted by itsoveryes on 12 July 2014 - 09:07 PM

post number 333:"I got back the results of my latest blood work – vitamins B2, B6, B12, D as well as Copper, Iron, Lead, Mercury and Zinc – all came back normal. So, there is no deficiency/excess of any of these.
In the meantime, I managed to slow down the shedding. What did the trick in my case is Magnesium + Chelated Zinc  (400/15 mg twice a day) and some adaptogens along with calming herbal supplements to help keep cortisol in check. It seems to be working, so I’m a bit more optimistic now than I was a month ago. 
As a side note, my visits to the gym have become less of a drag, as I definitely feel more energetic."
 
vitamins B2, B6, B12 were fine and his shedding became better with magnesium which decreases cortisol...cortisol is the key, insulin is a bonus from the thiamine but the main negative effect of b5 is high cortisol...


Blood test results from last year-

CORTISOL
Reference range:
4.0-50.0mcg
RESULTS-
24.1mcg

My cortisol levels are in range.

GLUCOSE
Reference Range:
65-99 mg/dL
RESULTS
84 mg/dL

My glucose levels are in range.


The poster you quoted had vitamins and mineral levels checked, NOT CORTISOL/GLUCOSE.  

I am weary of all this speculating. I want posters to come back here with OBJECTIVE EVIDENCE such as blood/urine tests showing values out of reference ranges.

Major rule of the medical profession

DO NOT TREAT BASED ON SYMPTOMS.


#3440982 Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Posted by itsoveryes on 12 July 2014 - 10:08 AM

Here is the plan. I am already talking to my university to see if I can order lab mice. If I am able and this b1doesnt work, I will initiate a kickstarter. (Cost $3000-$5000)
Whatever tests people on this thread believe should be performed will be done, then the mice be be given megadoses of b5. Then they will be tested again to determine any hormonal/nutrient deficient. Then we will attempt to cure their hairloss with supplements/medications. All this will be done via strict scientific standards. We need real science.

@Blue

I think most guys shaved their head and moved on. I don't know anyone who was cured.  


#3375724 Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Posted by itsoveryes on 17 August 2013 - 09:26 PM

Take these tests.

CBC (Hgb, Hct, RBC, WBC, Pit)
PT with INR
TSH
LH
DHT
T-3, Free
Vitamin B12
Vitamin D, 25 Hydroxy, LC/MS
Free Testosterone
Cortisol

Most important test is free T since that was where my results were out of range. Vit D is for acne, not hair.

No B5 unless you want to rock the shaved head look. Cysteine doesn't matter.

Take at least 10000iu of vitamin A (beta-carotene) if you are taking 2000iu of vitamin D.
Supplementing vit D will of course make your vit D blood test inaccurate.

Also can FSH tested if possible


#3375096 Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Posted by itsoveryes on 15 August 2013 - 02:00 PM

Thompson- best bet is to get a blood test, see if your T levels are high and if your vitamin D levels are low.

There is no consensus since I am the only one who got a blood test, but IMO since DHT lowering medications such as Fin, avodart work, B5 triggers male pattern baldness. Therefore your choice is to use those medications or use experimental medications CB and RU. CB may be bought from iron dragon. It is an acne product coming to market in a few years. RU may be bought from mpb treatments if you are not in the uSA. If you are in the USA google ru usage guide. Regarding natural treatments the consensus on every hair loss site is they do not work.

Regarding acne, vitamin D seems to be working well for many who are deficient in it. The ratio between D and A should be between 1:5 and 1:10. So if you take 2000IU of D a day, you should be taking 10000IU of vitamin A minimum. Vit A also helps with acne. As stated earlier you would need blood tests to determine vit D deficiency.


#3334601 For Those That Take Pantothenic Acid/b5...

Posted by itsoveryes on 19 March 2013 - 11:13 AM

EVERY PRODUCT needs a 3 month window.




#3334594 Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

Posted by itsoveryes on 19 March 2013 - 10:48 AM

So just to clarify, NO ONE- Philly, PJ, Exister, etc actually did Step 2, the Crude Oil. And did anyone try step 3, which is connected to the thyroid, being part of the adrenals someone mentioned above.

 

In your 1st post you said you hadn't seen any hair regrowth yet because it took time. Do you have any regrowth by now?

 

yes 100% hair, 100% acne free



Mis911 is correct by the way. Edgar cayce (where i got the atomidine from) said do not stop any vitamisn immediately because it will cause to great a strain on the system. Glad to see scientific proof of that. Remember that guy from the healthforums who cured his hairloss a few years ago continued taking b5.

 

For those who have money and think it is partially conencted to the thyroid, maybe you should try atomidine+ acupuncture. Acupuncture is suppose to the correct the endrocrine system which the thyroid is part of.




#3329932 Make Your Own Vitamin (Zinc, B5, D3) Combo

Posted by itsoveryes on 28 February 2013 - 10:32 AM

After reading these threads for a while I noticed 3 vitamins come up, namely b5, zinc and D3. I then went to the vitamins reviews and noticed the most popular ones with at least 50 ratings were b5, zinc, and D3 (excluding vitamin e and c because they are topical). I researched diseases like AIDs and realized that they are treated with a combination therapy approach, those with acne should try the same.

So I went online and found a place where you can make your own vitamin. After playing with the formulator, if the order is over $75, you can get the cost/day to under $1/day. Here is what I made per pill:

 

zinc 10mg

copper 1mg (ideal zinc: copper=8:1)

D3 1000IU

B5 (pantothenic acid) 1300mg

N-Acetyl L-cysteine 500mg (protect against hairloss from b5, NAC was much cheaper than their HCL cysteine)

Milk Thistle Extract 50mg (to protect our digestive system)

 

cost $77.22 (excluding shipping)

270 capsules

Serving 3/day

Daily cost $0.86/day

Serving 90 days

 

 

Here is the website

 

http://www.vitaganic...just.do?reset=1

http://www.vitaganic.com/

 

click formulator-start with ingredients if going to the main link

 

I like to hear from other veteran members what they think of this dosage level, is it ideal? What do you think of the price?

 

Thanks all

I'm already clear, but trying to give back