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Post  dq139 on Wed Feb 03, 2016 12:13 pm

I am currently not making half as much money as I used to and am looking for a new job. But I want to still do some things to help thicken and keep my hair healthy.
What would be good cheap options? I already take L taurine Biotin and cod liver oil along with Organic Beef liver and alot of raw eggs.

thanks for the help!

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Post  Biffy on Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:09 pm

I am also on a budget and I found some cheap substitutes which could save you some money for: Resveratrol, Curcumin. Vitamin C is cheap in the form of Quali-C ascorbic Acid.
N-Acetlycysteine (NAC) is cheap and is great for thickening. Vitamin D3 and Vitamin A are also very cheap and quite helpful if you have a deficit, especially in the winter months.

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Post  SonofOdin on Wed Feb 03, 2016 10:40 pm

Take a look at the DT massage. It's completely free.

Some claim it works, others claim it's a waste of time. I believe it has its place in my regimen and consider it one of my hard-hitters. Give it 6-8 months, and then assess from there.
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Post  dq139 on Thu Feb 04, 2016 1:32 am

SonofOdin wrote:Take a look at the DT massage. It's completely free.

Some claim it works, others claim it's a waste of time. I believe it has its place in my regimen and consider it one of my hard-hitters. Give it 6-8 months, and then assess from there.

sorry but Whats the DT Massage?

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Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Thu Feb 04, 2016 2:47 am

bin the cod liver oil

vitamin d drops - one bottle lasts a year
vitamin a drops , nutrisorb a - last half a year.
"kuinone"- a k2 supplement by idealabs - lasts 2 years - 720 drops, in dmso

taurine - very cheap
lysine - very cheap

coconut oil and food cooked in it like jackson's chips - cheap too

a topical of just caffeine 750mg, niacinamide 3 grams in 60ml sprayer bottle- very cheap to make, easily a year supply of niacinamide and caffeine powder.

the recipe is :
60ml bottle, fill with
10ml alcohol
50ml water
3 grams niacinamide
750mg caffeine

one of the only substances proven to stimulate hair,
http://www.alpecin.co.uk/en/research/studies.html

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Post  dq139 on Thu Feb 04, 2016 11:52 am

iuyyighghghgkh wrote:bin the cod liver oil

vitamin d drops - one bottle lasts a year
vitamin a drops , nutrisorb a - last half a year.
"kuinone"- a k2 supplement by idealabs - lasts 2 years - 720 drops, in dmso

taurine - very cheap
lysine - very cheap

coconut oil and food cooked in it like jackson's chips - cheap too

a topical of just caffeine 750mg, niacinamide 3 grams in 60ml sprayer bottle- very cheap to make, easily a year supply of niacinamide and caffeine powder.

the recipe is :
60ml bottle, fill with
10ml alcohol
50ml water
3 grams niacinamide
750mg caffeine

one of the only substances proven to stimulate hair,
http://www.alpecin.co.uk/en/research/studies.html


Alpecin has alot of bad stuff in it unfortunatly...and wouldnt I just get all or most of my vitamin D & A from eating raw eggs and beef liver daily?

btw whats wrong with Cod Liver Oil? does it not work in your experience?

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Post  iuyyighghghgkh on Thu Feb 04, 2016 12:56 pm

no, it's rancid.

the best brand was contaminated with rubbish,

http://immortalhair.forumandco.com/t11499-cod-liver-oil-scam-exposed

yes, but the only reason to take the cod oil is to get vitamin d and vitamin a,
when did I recommend alpecin ? that's why you need to make your own alpecin without the chemicals. i was linking to the caffeine studies.

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Post  SonofOdin on Thu Feb 04, 2016 1:15 pm

Look around on the forums for any threads marked 'DT' there are quite a few popping up now. The megathread hasn't been bumped in awhile so it may take a bit of reading. Read the study, peoples thoughts, and decide how you want to do the massage. It's 20min 2x a day morning/evening and you either pinch the scalp, or you press. Lately many people are using the pressing technique, but I use the pinching technique.

Also, 8 hours of sleep daily is important to add to your regimen. If you're an athlete or train like one, bump it up to nine hours. Ever since I moved on to 9 hours I feel like my body is able to maintain its hair better, because hair is probably the least of the body's concerns, it'll work on repairing other things first but if you have adequate rest and recovery, only good can come of it. Both of these things are free. Melatonin is dirt cheap if you need it to help you get your 8-9 hours.
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Post  cdto2012 on Fri Feb 05, 2016 6:07 am

here is a link that includes the 2 current DT threads

http://immortalhair.forumandco.com/t11746-regrowth-photos-dt-cpr-method

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Post  Delphine on Fri Feb 05, 2016 6:14 pm



The headstand is free Smile

Make your own kefir, awesome for the gut, and you start a B vitamin factory in your own tum-tum.
Wheat germ, brewer's yeast, desiccated liver, ascorbic acid, lots of salad...
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Post  dq139 on Sat Feb 06, 2016 7:23 am

iuyyighghghgkh wrote:no, it's rancid.

the best brand was contaminated with rubbish,

http://immortalhair.forumandco.com/t11499-cod-liver-oil-scam-exposed

yes, but the only reason to take the cod oil is to get vitamin d and vitamin a,
when did I recommend alpecin ? that's why you need to make your own alpecin without the chemicals. i was linking to the caffeine studies.

ok so then what should I use for Omega 3s and anti Inflammation??

Oh ok Got it, thanks for the info about the caffeine topical. So I should get Powdered Niacin along with caffeine? Where can you get these 2 at a good price? cause all I can find are the pills for like $15 each (which isnt too bad)


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Post  dq139 on Sat Feb 06, 2016 7:24 am

Delphine wrote:

The headstand is free Smile

Make your own kefir, awesome for the gut, and you start a B vitamin factory in your own tum-tum.  
Wheat germ, brewer's yeast, desiccated liver, ascorbic acid, lots of salad...


how do you make your own kefir though?

thanks for the great info btw!

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Post  Delphine on Sat Feb 06, 2016 1:57 pm

dq139 wrote:
Delphine wrote:

The headstand is free Smile

Make your own kefir, awesome for the gut, and you start a B vitamin factory in your own tum-tum.  
Wheat germ, brewer's yeast, desiccated liver, ascorbic acid, lots of salad...


how do you make your own kefir though?

thanks for the great info btw!

Super easy to make your own kefir. Get some kefir grains and soak them in milk, strain off the kefir, add new milk.
I bought these grains which come with info to get you started:
http://www.amazon.com/1TBSP-Active-Organic-Kefir-Grains/dp/B007GGRJTG

Afterthought: raw onions are great for hair and have other health benefits. In my 20's I ate a lot of raw red onion, am starting up again.
They're mild enough for chowing down on their own, maybe with a bit of cheese, or in salads.
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