DeFibron - Liquid Methylated SFA For Lab/R&D

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  1. Fractality

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    What makes you think that?
     
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    GAF posted a link to a patent that used cyclodextrin and the delta-form of vitamin E for lysosomal storage diseases. It's got a lot of convoluted language in there though, something done to confuse. The little that I gathered from it gave me that impression.

    The deFibron had nothing to do with it. Since I can't find delta-tocopherols easily, I just mix Tocovit with the cyclodextrin powder with some water, and apply it.

    I just thought adding DeFibron to it might help with removing cholesteryl esters, not sure if it will.

    US Patent Application for CYCLODEXTRIN FOR THE TREATMENT OF LYSOSOMAL STORAGE DISEASES Patent Application (Application #20180110798 issued April 26, 2018) - Justia Patents Search
     
  3. Anders86

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    Could these fatty acids enhance the absorption of fatty vitamins?
     
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    I think any fatty acids would enhance the absorption but if these are more resistant to metabolism then they may increase vitamin half life after absorption.
     
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    Would this have any application as a mouth wash?

    I'm thinking of diluting a dose in water and see how it does for aging/aching teeth.
     
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    I think I did a thorough search on this thread on endotoxins, LPS, and lipopolysaccharide to see if there's anything posted on positive effects endotoxin-wise from members. It doesn't seem like there's any.

    So, I'm going to actually use this product to see if it helps with my hypertension problem. I've determined in another thread that endotoxins seem to be at the heart of my high blood pressure condition. I ran into an endotoxin (as well as bacterial) sshhiitt storm when I took a 3x120,000 spu daily dose of serrapeptidase to lyse plaque, only to find out later that it worsened my hypertensive condition. And I could see that my wbc, neutrophils, and monocytes increased in my CBC test. I only felt other effects - developed arthritic pain on my left hips, my eyesight become less sharp, I was finding myself at a loss retrieving names and terms (which wasn't like me), among other things. It took a while for me to realize I was living in endotoxin hell.

    Glad I had ordered deFibron a few months ago and have it on hand, as being overseas it would be a 3-week wait to have it air-shipped to me by a forwarder. Now, I'm just waiting for it to liquefy from refrigerator storage.

    It's Tuesday noon now. I'll have enough time to use this before my next CBC blood test on Saturday, which has been a weekly routine for me to use an affordable test ($4 here in Manila). I get the results is 2-4 hours online. Aside from wbc and neutrophils giving me a tell on the innate immune response, and the monocyte level to give me an idea of the endotoxins that activate macrophages (from monocytes), I could also look at my RBC, hemoglobin, and hematocrit levels. Currently, these 3 markers are higher than optimal, indicating some dehydration, which I take to mean low blood volume. Endotoxin can lower blood volume because it complex with albumin, and since albumin attracts sodium, there will be less albumin to keep sodium within plasma. With less sodium in plasma, there's less water that can be attracted from the ecf to plasma. This causes blood volume to be lowered.

    If deFibron is able in itself to lower endotoxin levels. I could in the long run see my serum albumin levels increase (stuck at 42, on the lower end of acceptable range) as well. If not, the effect of deFibron alone won't be enough, and I would need to find other substances to complement with its action.
     
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    It may work, or at the very least decrease inflammation in the gums, which is what methyl palmitate seems to be good at. As far as killing the bacteria, a better approach may be a mouthwash with MB. I put 10mg in 1L of water and use 1oz as mouthwash before bed.
     
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    @haidut please, I would like to ask, did you try methyl stearate on its own? Thank you.
     
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