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  1. Hans

    Intranasal testosterone to restore T levels to high normal range

    An interesting study found that just 11mg of T intranasally per day was effective at increasing to the normal high range. Here is a part of the abstract. I can't get access to the full study. "The purpose of this study was to develop a single-dose administration protocol using intranasal...
  2. haidut

    Reducing Stress May Reverse Greying Of Hair

    Just a few weeks ago I made a post about yet another study linking grey hair to increased stress. The mechanism of action described in that study was increased HPA activity and specifically elevated norepinephrine levels. Other studies have also implicated tryptophan/serotonin, which is still...
  3. haidut

    Aspirin May Protect Lungs From Air Pollution

    It seems that there is nothing mighty aspirin cannot do. Just recently, I posted about its ability to treat (and, more importantly, potentially have curative effect) erectile dysfunction (ED) at least as effectively as established drugs such as Viagra, Levitra, Cialis, etc. yet with much fewer...
  4. haidut

    DHEA Can Reset The Circadian Clock, Treat Jetlag

    Disruptions in the circadian clock have been shown to directly cause a number of disease including obesity, diabetes, cancer and neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer, Parkinson, and even ALS. People working night shifts or engaging in frequent flying across many timezones are the most...
  5. haidut

    Ketotifen Can Reverse Pancreatic Damage And Improve Digestion

    Many people on the forum have reported struggling with poor digestion, and some have experienced relief by taking digestive enzymes. Peat and many other researchers have written about the connection between poor digestion and virtually all chronic conditions. The pancreas can get damaged by a...
  6. haidut

    Dopamine Precursors Restore Hair Color

    I found this study and I thought it was interesting. Ray has said that grey hair is cause by accumulation of tryptophan and I posted some studies on that as well. The question is whether other drugs such as pCPA, dopamine agonists (lisuride, LSD), prolacting antagonists (cabergoline), serotonin...
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