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EGCG & Oxaloacetate As Antihistamines?

Discussion in 'Cortisol, Serotonin, Histamine' started by Nick21, Apr 25, 2018.

  1. Nick21

    Nick21 Member

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    Has anyone used EGCG or oxaloacetate (benegene) to help mitigate histamine problems?
     
  2. Sossio

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    EGCG works for me , also grape seed extract with vit C, but first you have to remove some food (some seeds for example).
     
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    Egcg doesn't mess with estrogen?
     
  4. Sossio

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    Yes, a little bit. I prefer the methylation-way: TMG(betaine) and MSM also SAM-e
     
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    Doesn't EGCG lower thyroid, or is that a mistake?
     
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    ECGC is close to Adrenaline in its effects, so it's good for weight loss but yes, one would expect that it would suppress thyroid.

    Also ECGC is a strong hepatotoxin in reasonable dosages and is particularly dangerous because People may be partiicularly prone to liver injury by ECGC because it is most commonly taken for weight loss - if 1 pill makes me lose weight, then 10 must make me lose more weight, right? It also seems that some people are more sensitive than others, but there's no blood test to see if you're going to be sensitive to ECGC.
    There was a case study here a woman consuming 400mg (standard dosage) pill daily for 6 months was hospitalized with liver issues, but I don't have it saved to my computer. The following study should give someone pause about trying ECGC:

    Hepatotoxicity of High Oral Dose (-)-Epigallocatechin-3-Gallate in Mice


    Note: I still believe ECGC to be a mostly safe supplement for majority of people.
    There's other stuff in Green Tea which is also beneficial, so drinking Green Tea is probably superior to ECGC extract.
     
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    Yes, so it's better to use TMG to degrade histamine, using a methyl group, it's very effective I also recommend it with MSM
     
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    Never heard of that, but maybe I need to try that. My histamine intolerance ******* kills me