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Baccy, a few questions, please


#1

I’m getting prepared to do a wounding experiment similar to your earlier successful trial.

As far as I can tell, you first used “quercetin, lithium, caffeine and dmso in a alpha lipoic acid cream” and later “transferred to milk-thistle extract…” (according to http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry.html?id=38016&da=ASC&page=0&category=all&order=time&descasc=DESC&be_page=0).

I was wondering was what sources you used for the ingredients. Did you buy Quercetin pills and crushed them? Do you recall where you bought it? Which brand? The same question goes for milk-thistle, caffeine and the other stuff. Did you get any of them in powder form? And where did you buy it?

What ALA cream did you use and did you really mix the cream and DMSO (perhaps I misunderstood)?

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#2

Oh, and a few more:

Did you use a dermaroller with the topicals during that specific experiment?

If I’m not mistaken, you did another wounding experiment (June 10th) only a few weeks before the successful one (July 1st) where you used a dermaroller every other day during topical application. The short interval between those experiments might also be important.

During that previous experiment, you expirenced some major side effects: chest pressure, panic attacks, shortness of breath, dizziness etc. Did you experience them during the successful run as well?

Thanks!


#3

» I’m getting prepared to do a wounding experiment similar to your earlier
» successful trial.
»
» As far as I can tell, you first used “quercetin, lithium, caffeine and
» dmso in a alpha lipoic acid cream” and later “transferred to milk-thistle
» extract…” (according to
» http://www.hairsite.com/hair-loss/board_entry.html?id=38016&da=ASC&page=0&category=all&order=time&descasc=DESC&be_page=0).
»
» I was wondering was what sources you used for the ingredients. Did you buy
» Quercetin pills and crushed them? Do you recall where you bought it? Which
» brand? The same question goes for milk-thistle, caffeine and the other
» stuff. Did you get any of them in powder form? And where did you buy it?
»
» What ALA cream did you use and did you really mix the cream and DMSO
» (perhaps I misunderstood)?
»
» /p

Quercetin pills: http://www.source4good.de/oscommerce/catalog/product_info.php?cPath=26&products_id=67&osCsid=30f6cc6ceb116e9b857c0f2e55f2aeaa

ALA cream: http://www.revivalabs.com/newstore/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=167

milk thistle: http://www.healthspan.co.uk/womens-health/milk-thistle-tablets-88mg-of/ProductDetail-p336-c3165.aspx

emu oil: http://www.worldwideshoppingmall.co.uk/body-soul/body-soul-pure-emu-oil.asp

Bear in mind that if you use the quercetin, only use for a couple of days then switch to milk thistle as the EGF inhibitor. Theoretically, this should inhibit the wnt as well as the EGF and then the milk thistle will continue inhibiting EGF but there won’t be an inhibitory effect on the wnt. You then need to boost the wnt. I used lithium orotate but I don’t recall from where I purchased it. Same goes for the caffeine but I do know that it was from an online bodybuiding store bought as powder and very cheap. To be honest, inretrospect, you can lose the caffeine as the emu oil does a good job of inhibiting DHT on the scalp which is the original purpose for the caffeine. I suspect caffeine has an unwanted constricting effect on your capillaries which emu oil does not have.
I used the dmso as a primary medium for mixing as it will easily dissolve most things and it also acts as a very efficient dermal carrier for substances. Whatever you mix with dmso, will get right deep into the skin. Keep the level of dmso low though. Using too much will result in your body giving off a very unpleasant odour that you yourself will not detect.
And yes, I did mix the dmso mix into the ala cream OR into the emu oil. Or both if you so choose.
Good luck m8.
I’m going for a deep peel in the next couple of weeks or so but in order not to get anyone prematurely excited, I’m not going to go into detail until AFTER the event if I get any positive effects.


#4

» Good luck m8.
» I’m going for a deep peel in the next couple of weeks or so but in order
» not to get anyone prematurely excited, I’m not going to go into detail
» until AFTER the event if I get any positive effects.

Brilliant! Thanks for the answers! And good luck to you too!

Oh, what about the dermaroller? Did you use it during the successful run?

/p


#5

» » Good luck m8.
» » I’m going for a deep peel in the next couple of weeks or so but in
» order
» » not to get anyone prematurely excited, I’m not going to go into detail
» » until AFTER the event if I get any positive effects.
»
» Brilliant! Thanks for the answers! And good luck to you too!
»
» Oh, what about the dermaroller? Did you use it during the successful run?
»
» /p

No I didn’t use it. I think that maybe the dermaroller does stimulate existing hair growth and it certainly aids absorption but I think that it has no use as a wounding tool.


#6

» I think that maybe the dermaroller does stimulate
» existing hair growth and it certainly aids absorption but I think that it
» has no use as a wounding tool.

I agree completely. It causes too little damage to induce any significant results IMHO. I was thinking you perhaps used it for increased absorption.

Cheers!

Just got my 20% TCA today :slight_smile:

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