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Re: To everyone: Would you be interested in Immortal's Top 6?

Post  CF on Fri May 20, 2016 6:37 am

Vlaj wrote:
Hi nidhogge,

I was wondering where I can purchase the top 6 easy-to-use 30 day package?

Thanks

Hi Vlaj,

I'm not nid (obviously) but you can find 5 of the top 6 at http://hairevo.com/shop/.  

Here is the complete IH regimen, with links as to where you can purchase the supplements:

http://www.immortalhair.org/mpb-regimen

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Post  Vlaj on Fri May 20, 2016 6:42 am

Hi CF. thanks.

Reading about this regimen looks like it would contain a Turmeric concentrate(Curcuma longa) (95% total curcuminoids) (rhizome).

Although, I thought Turmeric needed Bioperine for better absorption. Or like BCM-95 such as Life Extension Foundation offers?

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Post  CF on Fri May 20, 2016 1:27 pm

Vlaj wrote:Hi CF. thanks.

Reading about this regimen looks like it would contain a Turmeric concentrate(Curcuma longa) (95% total curcuminoids) (rhizome).

Although, I thought Turmeric needed Bioperine for better absorption. Or like BCM-95 such as Life Extension Foundation offers?

Hi Vlaj, you're welcome.  

Here is a thread from 2010 where CS (Immortal Hair) explains why he does not think absorption is that important. For what it's worth, I use Longvida.

http://immortalhair.forumandco.com/t4561-cucumin-bioavailability-question-for-cs

mphatesmpb - The Italian patent for Curcumin for hair loss does not use a large dose. I believe the majority of the benefits occur prior to reaching the serum, because of its effect on intestinal flora. Take note that there is a stronger form called Meriva, which is liposomal, and it can remain in the serum for up to 10 hours. I have tried this, and I have noticed that its effects are promising for those suffering from pain, however for hair loss, the mechanisms for it actions may work primarily through other pathways.

One example is the hormesis effect of curcumin. A few studies exist on this, such as "Curcumin's Biphasic Hormetic Response on Proteasome Activity and Heat-Shock Protein Synthesis in Human Keratinocytes"

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Post  Vlaj on Fri May 20, 2016 9:31 pm

CF. Thank you. Excellent information.

It's interesting you use Longvida. This now makes me curious; are you not using the  Antioxidant Boost or Ortho Nutrition packages?

In addition, what's the best shampoo clinically shown to help hair loss and regrow?

A few I came across are:

PURA D'OR Hair Loss Prevention Premium Organic Argan Oil Shampoo

Dermo-Biotin Shampoo

Men-U Healthy Hair & Scalp Shampoo

Regenepure - DR Shampoo, Hair and Scalp Treatment

Lipogaine The Big 3 Shampoo

Nizoral Shampoo

Dr. Proctor's - NANO Shampoo and Conditioner
Also, he has a Prox-N topical

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Post  CF on Fri May 20, 2016 10:20 pm

Vlaj wrote:CF. Thank you. Excellent information.

It's interesting you use Longvida. This now makes me curious; are you not using the  Antioxidant Boost or Ortho Nutrition packages?

In addition, what's the best shampoo clinically shown to help hair loss and regrow?

A few I came across are:

PURA D'OR Hair Loss Prevention Premium Organic Argan Oil Shampoo

Dermo-Biotin Shampoo

Men-U Healthy Hair & Scalp Shampoo

Regenepure - DR Shampoo, Hair and Scalp Treatment

Lipogaine The Big 3 Shampoo

Nizoral Shampoo

Dr. Proctor's - NANO Shampoo and Conditioner
Also, he has a Prox-N topical

I don't use the Ortho-Nutrition curcumin, just the Longvida.  Part and parcel of the reason as to why I use Longvida is I have joint pain and was looking for a curcumin supplement with more of an anti-inflammatory action.  

I personally use Pura D'or shampoo, and add essential oils (tea tree [even though it already has it as an ingredient], lavender, rosemary, peppermint) and caffeine.  I like that it is an all-natural (or at least close to it) shampoo.

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Post  Vlaj on Fri May 20, 2016 10:31 pm

Thank you. If you are not using the Antioxidant Boost, then what regimen are you doing for hair loss?

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Post  Vlaj on Sun May 29, 2016 11:34 am

I an considering to purchase the supplements but not all.

1. Is this a good start and any suggestions?

2. One concern I have is will any these supplements cause increase in blood pressure?

Ortho Nutrition™ Antarctic Krill Oil
Ortho Nutrition™ Antioxidant Boost
Ortho Nutrition™ Pure Ecklonia Cava Extract
Jarrow Formulas, Toco-Sorb, Mixed Tocotrienols and Vitamin E
Quercetin?
MegaFood, One Daily, Iron Free?

Although I would like to add Ortho Nutrition™ Stabilized R-Lipoic Acid but I read many people taking it actually had increase hair loss?

And not sure I need the Decalcify?

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Mon May 30, 2016 2:22 am

Vlaj - Usually, normalization of blood pressure. So if high blood pressure exists, this will help to lower it.

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Post  Vlaj on Mon May 30, 2016 3:23 am

CausticSymmetry wrote:Vlaj - Usually, normalization of blood pressure. So if high blood pressure exists, this will help to lower it.

Thank you.

What about lipoic acid increases hair loss?

Link to what I read

http://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/39843-r-lipoic-acid-causing-hair-loss/

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Post  Vlaj on Sun Jun 12, 2016 6:47 am

Vlaj wrote:
CausticSymmetry wrote:Vlaj - Usually, normalization of blood pressure. So if high blood pressure exists, this will help to lower it.

Thank you.

What about lipoic acid increases hair loss?

Link to what I read

http://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/39843-r-lipoic-acid-causing-hair-loss/

I don't want to order or use lipoic acid unless this is proven wrong.

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Post  CausticSymmetry on Sun Jun 12, 2016 7:57 am

It was for a while a concern about biotin depletion until it was disproved many times. There are certain drugs that truly do inhibit biotin, accutane (isotretinoin) for one.



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Post  AboDi on Sat Jun 25, 2016 8:46 am

CausticSymmetry wrote:It was for a while a concern about biotin depletion until it was disproved many times. There are certain drugs that truly do inhibit biotin, accutane (isotretinoin) for one.



CS, is it possible that Accutane affect beard growth? and what's the most harmful\long lasting side effect of it?

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Post  Xenon on Sat Jun 25, 2016 10:34 am

Yep, I'd sure recommend his regimen. First thing I noticed (within a few days), it stopped all inflammation in my left temple. Secondly, my skin complexion and eyes are glowing, and I guess that would be down to the detoxification effects of the supps.
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Post  Vlaj on Sat Jun 25, 2016 1:00 pm

Thanks, Xenon. Which supplements are you taking?

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Post  Xenon on Sun Jun 26, 2016 12:21 am

Vlaj wrote:Thanks, Xenon. Which supplements are you taking?

I've bolded what I'm taking from CS' regimen

Antarctic krill oil
Stabilized R-Lipoic acid
Quercetin
Kelp
Ecklonia Cava

MSM crystal powder
Supplement drinks with full range of vits and minerals

I've just started using Rosemary officinalis oil as replacement for Minox (as suggested by CS), and Regenepure DR shampoo. I've no idea how effective the shampoo will be, but it contains a shitload of ingredients (including saw palmetto) said to be good for combating hairloss.

To be honest with you, though, I preferred to always tackle hairloss from simple lifestyle changes - ones that can affect changes in hormone, prostaglandin, cytokine levels. I hate being slave to topicals or supps, but it's become apparent that lifestyle changes alone are not producing the regrowth I hoped for, so decided to add an extra dimension to my regimen. Supplementing really has helped in this regard.
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Post  CausticSymmetry on Sun Jun 26, 2016 2:28 am

AboDi wrote:
CausticSymmetry wrote:It was for a while a concern about biotin depletion until it was disproved many times. There are certain drugs that truly do inhibit biotin, accutane (isotretinoin) for one.



CS, is it possible that Accutane affect beard growth? and what's the most harmful\long lasting side effect of it?

isotretinoin (Accutane) is a poison.....and its effects are and can be unpredictable. I've observed a few very negative side-effects in people (long term).

Not worth the risk. It has sometimes pro and anti hair effects, but the damage is always there.

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Post  Xenon on Sun Jun 26, 2016 5:18 am

I also thought I'd point out, my outer eyebrows are starting to produce thicker hair since supplementing; these hairs had been thin for years, so my guess is that the iodine and magnesium have caused this. One side effect (if you consider this bad), I've been having spontaneous ejaculations, and this might be due to two factors: 1. I hardly ever masturbate anymore 2. Increased sperm production due to increased zinc and magnesium.

Edited: I'm pretty certain that excess masturbation was also causing hot flashes in the past because since I kicked the habit, the hot flashes and excessive sweating to my temples have long stopped. I don't know what the underlying link is between hot flashes and excessive masturbation, but I've read that increased prolactin can be a factor here... perhaps also reduced testosterone.
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Post  Vlaj on Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:06 am

Xenon wrote:I also thought I'd point out, my outer eyebrows are starting to produce thicker hair since supplementing; these hairs had been thin for years, so my guess is that the iodine and magnesium have caused this. One side effect (if you consider this bad), I've been having spontaneous ejaculations, and this might be due to two factors: 1. I hardly ever masturbate anymore 2. Increased sperm production due to increased zinc and magnesium.

Edited: I'm pretty certain that excess masturbation was also causing hot flashes in the past because since I kicked the habit, the hot flashes and excessive sweating to my temples have long stopped. I don't know what the underlying link is between hot flashes and excessive masturbation, but I've read that increased prolactin can be a factor here... perhaps also reduced testosterone.

Where are you getting the extra zinc, iodine and magnesium?

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Post  AboDi on Sun Jul 17, 2016 5:56 pm

CausticSymmetry wrote:
AboDi wrote:
CausticSymmetry wrote:It was for a while a concern about biotin depletion until it was disproved many times. There are certain drugs that truly do inhibit biotin, accutane (isotretinoin) for one.



CS, is it possible that Accutane affect beard growth? and what's the most harmful\long lasting side effect of it?

isotretinoin (Accutane) is a poison.....and its effects are and can be unpredictable. I've observed a few very negative side-effects in people (long term).

Not worth the risk. It has sometimes pro and anti hair effects, but the damage is always there.

It is indeed, it's rated X so it means that it's guaranteed to cause birth defects.

CS, after taking Accutane approx. 8 years ago, is there anything one can do to mitigate or reverse potential side effects? to my knowledge homocysteine is an issue and thus there's a need for folic acid and B vitamins (for how long?)


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Post  CausticSymmetry on Mon Jul 18, 2016 3:04 am

Besides information per the below link. Accutane (isotretinoin) poisoning can alter biotin, usually you have to take a lot, 15,000 mcg (15 mg) per day. Also you might look into mineral balancing to see if anything has been altered.

http://jpma.org.pk/full_article_text.php?article_id=7457

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Post  Sage 1 on Mon Jul 18, 2016 3:16 am

Should not your priority reply be towards http://immortalhair.forumandco.com/t12101-problem-with-my-order-at-hairevo?

Since the connection to HairEvo, and your regime is obvious.

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