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How to add Spiro to Minoxidil 5% Topical

I’ve read that instead of applying just standard 5% Minoxidil, that applying a Minoxidil/Spiro topical mix is better.

Is it possible to just cruch some spiro tablets using a pestle and mortar and then simply pour the spiro dust into 5% Minox, and shake before applying?

Would this work? How many 100mg Spiro tablets should I crush to add to a standard 60ml bottle of Minoxidil? Thanks! :slight_smile:

» I’ve read that instead of applying just standard 5% Minoxidil, that
» applying a Minoxidil/Spiro topical mix is better.
»
» Is it possible to just cruch some spiro tablets using a pestle and mortar
» and then simply pour the spiro dust into 5% Minox, and shake before
» applying?
»
» Would this work? How many 100mg Spiro tablets should I crush to add to a
» standard 60ml bottle of Minoxidil? Thanks! :slight_smile:

Yes it dissolves very well in minox and stinks like hell :slight_smile:

What you must do is make a 40ml solution of 80% ethanol 90, 20% propylen glycol (no water: spiro doesn’t dissolve in water) and throw 8 100 mg spiro tablets to have a 2% solution. Spiro is said to dissolve at 2% in alcohol but you can try more. Then filter the filler out with coffee filters. In the evening, 1 ml of spiro solution 1/2 hour after applying minox.
Spiro did nothing for me in the best of case (rather made things worse).

» I’ve read that instead of applying just standard 5% Minoxidil, that
» applying a Minoxidil/Spiro topical mix is better.
»
» Is it possible to just cruch some spiro tablets using a pestle and mortar
» and then simply pour the spiro dust into 5% Minox, and shake before
» applying?
»
» Would this work? How many 100mg Spiro tablets should I crush to add to a
» standard 60ml bottle of Minoxidil? Thanks! :slight_smile:

Snow, spiro is very unstable. You need to go with Dr. Lees version at www.minoxidil.com IMO

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