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In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

21 October 2014 - 03:26 PM

pjjordan you upset me .. Are we all going to be bald

I do not know what to do.... 


and if I understand correctly, then no one got a receding hairline of the forum members?


Yes I have a receding hairline. and others here on the forum have too I remember 

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

19 October 2014 - 11:13 AM

So has anyone seen any results so far on the various supplements that hermetic recommended? Personally I have been on the thyroids now for about 4 weeks and no results.

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

17 October 2014 - 05:41 AM

I haven't itch. I think after the abolition of b5 - hormones should bounce back and stop loss..It seems to me we wasted panic


Go ahead and wait for your hormones to "bounce back" then. 

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

11 October 2014 - 03:29 AM

I have a theory and need your help. If everybody could please answer these few questions real quick:



1) Who here is still taking B5, even in tiny amounts from a B-Complex? If you are not taking any B5 in supplement form, how is your shedding?


2) I assume that everybody here took the B5 to combat their oily and acne prone skin.

Have you noticed any difference in your facial oil levels now compared to before B5 and while you were taking it?



3)  Except for the shedding, how is your hair now compared to before you were taking B5? Dull and lifeless? Or oily? Has your hair darkened?



4) How was your scalp before B5, during B5 and how is it now? Oily, dry, flaky, dandruff? 


5) Do you have dry skin/psoriasis anywhere on your body? Elbows,knees,arms,legs, etc.?


6) Do you shed a lot of hair that is shorter in comparison to your average hair length?


1) Not taking B5 in any form.


2) It's as oily as before taking Pantethine. In the 10 days I was on Pantethine my face was less oily.


3)Hair is now dull, lifeless and straw like compared to before Pantethine. Also it has become lighter.


4) Scalp before Pantethine was without problems. Problems started maybe 6 months or so after the hair loss started. Now its itchy and flaky.


5) No psoriasis.


6) I shed hair in all lengths. My hair is pretty long now, so its easy to see which length I pull out. I would say its mostly the longer ones. 

I use a mixture of castor, olive and tea tree oil to treat my irritated scalp.


Btw, who here still has acne? And if you do, in which areas?


 I still have acne. Moderate I would say. A little bit everywhere, but worst in the mouth / jaw area. If/when I loose all of my hair I might take up pantethine again as it at least helped on the acne, and there wouldn't be anything to loose.

In Topic: Vitamin B5 Hairloss- Cured (Pictures)

09 October 2014 - 02:21 AM

Hey guys,

So, it seems that everyone is having scalp issues. I guess this is due to the peroxidation of and/or decrease in the amount of sebum our sebaceous glands produce.

I've developed a formula (a concoction of essential and carrier oils) that is quite effective at alleviating the symptoms of itchy/irritated scalp. With daily applications of this serum, my scalp feels a lot better. I’d be happy to share it with you if anyone is interested.

Has anyone had any improvement in his or her symptoms with the glandular and colostrum supplementation?


I've now been on Liver Beef Glandular and thyroid tissue for 2 weeks (however only one thyroid tissue capsule a day and not 3) and no results so far. Still shedding like crazy all over the entire scalp. And also itchy, so yes discomfort zone, if you find a good solution to that please share. I am pretty skeptical that supplementing with thyroid tissue has any effect on the thyroid function, even if that ends out to be the root of the problem (which elmechanico's above results don't seem to point at). Hope some of you other guys trying other of the supps have had more success.