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I read that one guy cured his acne by taking 6 500mg caps of inositol a day. (a substance which looks a lot like vit B, but works very different) .

Inositol has been proven to improve eczema. It helps your cell membranes...

It probably does other things too.

Anyone have any experience with inositol?????

I'm thinking about buying inositol or gugulipid.

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Yeah I read about this too only a few days ago. However, 2 years ago I first heard about the effects of D-chiro Inositol which some people have trouble converting. It's soo good at helping that it's going to be made into a drug in a few years (darn it). Then again, it's rather costly & tiresome to consume this stuff by way of Carob Powder or Carob Syrup (more potent).

http://www.soulcysters.net/showthread.php?...hlight=inositol

http://www.soulcysters.net/showthread.php?...hlight=inositol

http://www.soulcysters.net/showthread.php?...hlight=inositol

Happy researching =)

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Yes, Inositol is actually found in B-complex, so it is considered to be a B vitamin. I guess it can't be technically considered to be a vitamin because it is synthesized in the body, but it is found in B-Complex. I have read that it is good for people with psoriasis, so it definitely might be worth trying. Not many people need to supplement with , but some people with certain conditions do, and there don't seem to be any side effects of it (although I don't think it's recommended for women who are pregnant). So I'm thinking it might be worth a try.

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Yes, Inositol is actually found in B-complex, so it is considered to be a B vitamin. I guess it can't be technically considered to be a vitamin because it is synthesized in the body, but it is found in B-Complex. I have read that it is good for people with psoriasis, so it definitely might be worth trying. Not many people need to supplement with , but some people with certain conditions do, and there don't seem to be any side effects of it (although I don't think it's recommended for women who are pregnant). So I'm thinking it might be worth a try.

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