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Post  dq139 on Sat Mar 05, 2016 11:20 am

I am interested in taking Carnitine to increase my beard growth. I currently take creatine & eat alot of sorghum grain (believed to raise 5AR activity)..I figure with this combination I can get the full beard that I always wanted and look more handsome. Now my hair is slightly receeding, and Im afraid that even though I dont think it is because of DHT sensitivity, the carnitine might kick the androgen receptors in my scalp into over drive and kill my beautiful head of hair and make me ugly at 24 lol.

do you think that carnitine would do that? And are there any people who have had experiences taking Carnitine?
Thanks for the help!

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Sat Mar 05, 2016 11:26 am

dq139 wrote:I am interested in taking Carnitine to increase my beard growth. I currently take creatine & eat alot of sorghum grain (believed to raise 5AR activity)..I figure with this combination I can get the full beard that I always wanted and look more handsome. Now my hair is slightly receeding, and Im afraid that even though I dont think it is because of DHT sensitivity, the carnitine might kick the androgen receptors in my scalp into over drive and kill my beautiful head of hair and make me ugly at 24 lol.

do you think that carnitine would do that? And are there any people who have had experiences taking Carnitine?
Thanks for the help!

I've taken Acetyl L-Carnitine since 2004, without interruption. However, always paired with Lipoic acid (I use Stabilized R-Lipoic acid). The reason is two-fold. One, it enhances ALC, and two, it protects against the free-radical formation.

So normally if ALC is consumed it will generate more ATP, but at the expense of generating more free-radicals. So to protect against that an get more mitochondrial protection, I use the Stabilized R-Lipoic acid). It's a win-win, because it helps slow down the aging process and helps protect follicles at the same time.

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