» Getfitinib is in the Follica patent as a possible part of the formula they
» will use after wounding.
» If Follica’s process gets to market there is a chance that getfitinib will
» be used as part of it.
» Although I’m certain it would be made into a topical or injectable and
» probably in a much smaller amount.
» Your right though, it would take a much braver man than me to try oral
» getfitinib given the possible side affects, unless my life depended on it.
I suppose one could really look through the kit patent and see what excipients and whatnot they intend to use in the topical cream and see if they closely match dermovan. THe percentages were given in a range from .01 to .5% in the patent. So perhaps just one getfitinib pill crushed up and mixed and allowed to sit for a day in dermovan cream might be an acceptable topical formulation of it. I’ll probably look into that over the next week or so (Im going to be kinda busy this week).
Cal-----cedarwood, lavender, thyme, and rosemary are the four classic essential oils for hairloss. http://archderm.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/full/134/11/1349/FIGDST8013F5?ck=nck
That picture is still the greatest hair regrowth picture Ive ever seen. It used the essential oils for alopecia areata in a Scottish Study. Cedarwood is in a couple of patents for reducing sebum, and was the best sebum-reducing agent that Johnson and Johnson tested. Cedarwood is also anti-bacterial and anti-microbial and supposedly ups oxygen in whatever tissue that its administered to somehow. Lavender has been showed to block the androgen receptor and stimulate the estrogen receptor, thyme is a natural antihistamine and it suppresses several prostaglandins (like latanaprost and nizoral), and rosemary is supposed to be a potent anti-oxidant and anti-inflammatory (COX-2 inhibitor). Ive always wondered if these together would have been “good” for hairloss. Theyve never been formally tested (and probably never will be). All are alcohol soluble, and can then be cut with purified/distilled water.
Getfitinib is in the follica patent. I wounded, waited two days, and did 7 days of it. I got the side effects associated with it (which suck by the way). Follica is going to put it (or some other egf-antagonist mentioned in the patent) in a topical cream most likely. Since Im certainly no topicals expert, I thought I’d just try it internally. I suppose if I ever try it again…I’ll see if I can get it to mix with a topical cream like oil of olay or dermovan or whatever instead. The side effects (for me) really sucked.
There really isn’t all that much to the follica patent if you ever care to read it. It looks like this: abrade, wait three to five days (depending on when keratinocytes are covereing the abraded area) and then use a topical they will make containing getfitinib, minoxidil, an anti-androgen, an anti-histamine, a retinoid like retin-A, an anti-inflammatory COX-inhibitor like aspirin, thats about it. It will probably be applied for 7-10 days. Thats it. They may use a topical immunosuppressant used for eczema or psoriasis in their formulation also-----and more remotely might use some ectodyspalsin DNA and fiberblast growth factor, but its unlikely they will need to do so. Its simplicity is the only reason Im willing to fool around with it. If it was complex, like cellular HM, I wouldn’t even attempt to fool with it.
BTW_----you wont “get cancer” from using an anti-cancer compound. There is a very slight risk of a lung side effect that is heightened if you are Asian, very old, underweight, or smoke. Im none of those things, so I thought I’d be OK. Ive had no breathing problems. So I figure I’ll be alright once this acne clears up…I certainly DID get that.