» Hi there guys, been coming on the site for over 18 months now and been on
» finasteride for 6 years while just started using minox.
» I’m really interested in trying bucket’s regime of: Coenzyme Q10, Tumeric
» (aka curcumin) root with resveratrol, L-Lysine but first would like to ask,
» 1: how is the regime working out for you, still a low hair fall? and 2:
» what are the doses you would recommend?
» Obviously the Natural seems to be the most experienced in this field so
» would love to hear your imput? what dosages do you take yourself, and could
» you recommend anywhere to buy?
» Really hope you get back guys, thanks for your time
Hey Danny. My regime is working very well. Started about a year ago after being on propecia for 5 years. Propecia started being less effective, so I read the natural’s writings and started it.
Here’s the thing though. I take so many things that I don’t know which specific one is actually helping, and which are not. I started them all at once, and I’m afraid to drop any of them because all I know is when I take them all, it works. I’m sure some are not needed.
So I use NOW brands from this site:
Here’s what I do to make it cheaper. I buy pure CoQ10 powder, which lasts over a year, and is much cheaper/weight than the capsules.
I buy the resveratrol as 200 mg, 120 vcaps. Now here’s a huge money saver: Open up the capsule, and only take half of it. Save the other half for tomorrow. It’s a pain, but it makes it last twice as longer, and this one is expensive.
L-lysine. Hmm, probably not even needed, but I take it to be safe, 500 mg. In general, it’s cheaper to buy more capsules than less. And you’ll go through them in your life, so might as well load up.
So that should answer your questions. But you should also know that I still take propecia also. Plus I use the nazoral shampoo every third day. I also take saw palmetto, maca, and omega-3.
And finally, I eat VERY healthy. In terms of getting lots of fruits and vegetables, eating low amounts of super processed/refined foods. I’m also a vegetarian. Don’t know if this matters or not, but just saying the facts.
So that’s what I do Danny. It’s a lot, but it works for me. I really want to drop the propecia cause it sounds like it is not needed according to the natural, but it’s too risky for me.