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Tyronene - Liquid T3 For Lab/research Use

Discussion in 'IdeaLabs' started by haidut, Aug 5, 2016.

  1. ilikecats

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    @haidut do you think putting a drop into 4 oz of orange juice and taking a teaspoon out at a time (.33mcg) is a valid method for dosing tyronene or no? Is there something in oj that would deactivate the T3 or no? If left out would the T3 keep its potency throughout the day (in a glass of oj)? I think I remember ray saying that T3 can degrade/ be deactivated very easily.
     
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    I would put it in reverse osmosis water but I just found out that a reverse osmosis filtration system only filters out 90 percent of the fluoride. Ray says just one molecule of fluoride is enough to completely destroy T3.
     
  3. ilikecats

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    @haidut What if my temps were already over 99 before starting thyroid supplementation (tyronene)? In that situation maybe any amount of supplemental thyroid could lower endogenous production? or no? I do still struggle with quite a few hypothyroid symptoms. And my labs aren't stellar either. My TSH is 1.2 and my total testosterone is in the 300s (I'm 24 so this is pretty terrible). But I don't think my high temps are driven by high stress horomones. I'll often feel euphoric and calm when my temps are 99.6 F and my heart rate is 100bpm. The first day i tried tyronene i took .5 mcg and I felt so good. But since than its kinda been down hill... I've been taking 1 mcg divided throughout the day and I'm getting lower temps and cold hands and feet and a little anxiety. Im very disciplined about keeping my diet and environment as perfect as possible following Peats ideas. Peat talks about how taking more than 4mcg at a time will result in the liver producing enzymes to deactivate it (not only deactivate it but also possibly reduce T3 the rest of the day) but I've never heard him say if this threshold is lower for people with decent Thyroid function. That would make sense to me
     
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    Orally or o the skin, how many drops of Tyro you take and at what time you take it?
     
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    Would there be some advantage in taking this along side with Tyromix? Maybe Tyronene for the first half of the day and Tyromix for the second half?

    I normally only take Tyromix.
     
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    What would cause temps to drop after using T3?

    Also, applied small dose of andro and prog (these should help temps too.)
     
  7. ilikecats

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    @brix Ray has talked about this. Sometimes lowering stress hormones can lower body temperature but pay attention to the temperature of your extremities. They should get warmer. So its either that or you took to much and your body took steps to inactivate the T3 that you took which can result in lower T3 levels for the day (ray has mentioned this also). That will result in lower temps AND usually colder extremities. Pay attention to the hands and feet
     
  8. brix

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    hands and feet are definitely colder.
    Maybe I just need more sugar/carbs.

    Thanks for the info!
     
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    I think it would be a valid way to taking liquid T3. Don't know of anything in OJ that would deactivate it.
     
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    I would test serum cortisol, DHEA-S, prolactin and vitamin D before supplementing with any thyroid. I doubt your stress hormones are optimal if total T is low.
     
  11. ilikecats

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    @haidut thanks for the input/advice
     
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