Admiral’s PFS Log.. ARL/TEI since march 2018

Nina

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reduced uptake means increase anandamide. this is exactly what I posted in another thread.


paracetamol we used on POIS forum. to get rid of pois symptoms. while on it.


estrogen increases anandamide. you feel good after estro withdrawal.

I think this could be good for you.


I also wonder about that study which claims that estro plus progest restored allo pregnenolone levels in the brain.

estrogen controls arachidonic acid and anandamide. anandamide LOWERS LH.

so lets say if you have overexpressed CB1 receptor, it will lower your LH.


this is why tribulus worked for some people. since it raises FSH. which increases estrogen, and increases anandamide and downregulates the receptor on withdrawal.

Why paracetamol works?
 

RebelWithACause

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What does it mean if you felt good on peanut butter while on finasteride?

Look I wrote this when we talked about Vit. E:

I read this back when I was on finasteride and I used vitamin E while on it. And it did seem to help and hair shedding came back. Then I stopped. I was using shitty vitamin E back then.

I also remember eating a jar full with peanut butter before bed killed the side effects on finasteride next day after I went to bed. No joke. I kept doing this for a while and it worked every time. Sadly peanut butter is shitty for the body but it did work. I was bulking back then. It also caused shedding. Which is why I stopped it again.

I never thought about this anymore. But doesn't peanut butter contain high amount of vitamin E?

I am going to get some good quality vitamin E tomorrow and try it in a month or so.
 

Helen

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What does it mean if you felt good on peanut butter while on finasteride?

Look I wrote this when we talked about Vit. E:

I read this back when I was on finasteride and I used vitamin E while on it. And it did seem to help and hair shedding came back. Then I stopped. I was using shitty vitamin E back then.

I also remember eating a jar full with peanut butter before bed killed the side effects on finasteride next day after I went to bed. No joke. I kept doing this for a while and it worked every time. Sadly peanut butter is shitty for the body but it did work. I was bulking back then. It also caused shedding. Which is why I stopped it again.

I never thought about this anymore. But doesn't peanut butter contain high amount of vitamin E?

I am going to get some good quality vitamin E tomorrow and try it in a month or so.

funny
 

Helen

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That's hilarious. Sucks I hate peanut butter. What else it's in? I know it's in red meat..

I'll try progesterone + nystatin and perhaps PEA tomorrow. Just worried about the hair loss with prog as my prog numbers are already way over the limit.


if nystatin is anandamide reuptake inhibitor, it will inhibit your LH. just FYI. so you don't freak out.
 

Admiral

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if nystatin is anandamide reuptake inhibitor, it will inhibit your LH. just FYI. so you don't freak out.

Yeah read that. That worries me a bit with my low hormones and all. I will think about it
 

vicecaz

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Currently taking PB2 Peanut butter, which is peanut powder that you have to mix in water. It contains little to no fats in this form.
This spring I bought a jar of classic PB for the first time in years after reading a bit about arachidonic acid. Nothing like a cure in my case but It definitely felt like it was giving something my body was missing for a long time

"300g of it contains your daily requirements for calories, protein, fat, niacin, b5,b6, folate, vitamin E, copper, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus and zinc.

It is a perfect replacement of meat with its 22% protein content, full amino acid profile, high glycine:methionine ratio (7:1) and comparable zinc & phoshorus levels."



This PB2 peanuts butter is interesting as it's just peanuts with little to no fats/PUFA but I wonder if it doesn't lose its "magic" in its form
Definitely easier on the liver though
 

Helen

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Yeah read that. That worries me a bit with my low hormones and all. I will think about it


you have to try it. I think it might be good for you .

you already took it anyhow I thought))


these cycles might not feel good while on them.
 

Admiral

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you have to try it. I think it might be good for you .

you already took it anyhow I thought))

I did indeed, I am more worried about the prog.
 

Nina

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paracetamol is an inhibitor for anandamide reuptake , like SSRI for anandamide.

LOL maybe thats why my mom is addicted to paracetamol
 

Admiral

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i think prog is good for you , you are missing potassium, you need to retain it.

Yet my prog levels are way over the limit. Weird eh
 

Helen

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LOL maybe thats why my mom is addicted to paracetamol


how do you think paracetmol works)) against pain.))) it works exactly thru CB1 receptor, same as POT. you know how they prescribe pot against pain for cancer patients.

problem with CB1 receptor , that its activation, causes fatty liver.
 

Nina

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how do you think paracetmol works)) against pain.))) it works exactly thru CB1 receptor, same as POT. you know how they prescribe pot against pain for cancer patients.

problem with CB1 receptor , that its activation, causes fatty liver.

This is all coming together for me and my family. My brothers (18,27) are both addicted to POT, older brother also pops paracetamol like its candy. Mom pops paracetamol like its candy.
 

Admiral

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Man be careful if you're gonna try prog..... just a warning

Didn't see this, but thanks. Still hesitant. I know @Aflac94 took progesterone and crashed due to having low DHT; which I do too.
 

supernature

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pot activates cb1 receptor which increases cortisol and lowers LH.

so chronic pot smoking, will downregulate those receptors a lot.


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So chronic pot usage will lower cortisol or will it increase it ?
Downregulating the receptors should mean it will lower cortisol !?

If so, then that might be beneficial to true fast oxidisers or even slow oxidisers that look like fast.
 

Helen

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@Helen
So chronic pot usage will lower cortisol or will it increase it ?
Downregulating the receptors should mean it will lower cortisol !?

If so, then that might be beneficial to true fast oxidisers or even slow oxidisers that look like fast.


chronic pot smoking can downregulate Cb1 receptor. and then cause cortisol dysregulation.

meaning cortisol wont go up enough and this could cause POIS. and 5 AR def, since cortisol wont be broken down.
 

supernature

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chronic pot smoking can downregulate Cb1 receptor. and then cause cortisol dysregulation.

meaning cortisol wont go up enough and this could cause POIS. and 5 AR def, since cortisol wont be broken down.


A bit different what i thought is happening, but its even more confusing as it seems cortisol cant be released nor broken down ... from what you say.
I was thinking there might be some advantages of using pot afterwards despite the fun.