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Nizoral Shampoo (Topicals & Shampoos)

posted by Pete, 05.05.2007, 18:10

» » » » Why not try a shampoo that contains Piroctone Olamine ?
» » » »
» » » » Regards
» » » » Pete
» » »
» » » Pete, would this be for address the inflammation factor?
» »
» »
» »
» » I am very optimistic about the future of hairloss for the first time in
» a
» » few years. It can be slowed and stopped via EPILOBIUM taken internally
» and
» » regrowth can be achive via a TOPICAL that tackles the IMMUNAL response.
» »
» » Piroctone Olamine shampoo will help address the IMMUNAL response and
» can
» » be rotated with a shampoo that supoorts regrowth. The topical Im
» looking
» » to get hold of shortly tackles inflammation topically.
» »
» »
» »
» » You can slow loss via :
» »
» » 1) EPILOBIUM - Keeping your TESTOSTERONE at youthful levels whilst
» » inhibiting DHT and Estradiol.
» » 2) CALOSOL - Using a Topical to reduce the IMMUNAL response.
» » 3) PIROCTONE OLAMINE - Using a Shampoo to reduce the IMMUNAL response.
» » 4) LECITHIN CAPS - Emuslifying fats and reducing the upregulation of
» » Cholesterol
» » 5) CHROMIUM - Balancing blood sugar levels
» »
» »
» »
» » Regards
»
»
» HEY PETE
» could u throw some more light on this EPILOBIUM? I mean what is it..is
» this a brand name of some medicine or is there is medicine containing
» EPILOBIUM out there in the market? Has it been tested so far?
» thanx


Let me know specifically what you would like to know about the herb EPILOBIUM.

Heres a study posted recently by hairsite:



Inhibition of 5 alpha-reductase and aromatase by the ellagitannins oenothein A and oenothein B from Epilobium species."

Planta Med 1997 Apr;63(2):111-4

Ducrey B, Marston A, Gohring S, Hartmann RW, Hostettmann K. (Institut de Pharmacognosie et Phytochimie, Universite de Lausanne, Switzerland.)

Species of the genus Epilobium (Onagraceae) have been investigated for their activity against 5 alpha-reductase and aromatase, two enzymes which are involved in the aetiology of benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH). Activity-guided fractionation has led to the identification of two macrocyclic ellagitannins, oenothein A (1) and oenothein B (2), as the main constituents responsible for the inhibition of the two enzymes. Quantitation of oenothein B in 10 different species of Epilobium has shown that amounts of up to 14% in the crude plant extracts are possible. PMID: 9140222 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



"Anti-inflammatory effects of a substance extracted from Epilobium angustifolium."
Agents Actions 1988 Feb;23(1-2):106-7

Juan H, Sametz W, Hiermann A. (Institut fur experimentelle und klinische Pharmakologie, Universitat Graz, Austria.)

PMID: 3354371 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]



"Determination of oenothein B as the active 5-alpha-reductase-inhibiting principle of the folk medicine Epilobium parviflorum."
J Nat Prod 1996 May;59(5):490-2

Lesuisse D, Berjonneau J, Ciot C, Devaux P, Doucet B, Gourvest JF, Khemis B, Lang C, Legrand R, Lowinski M, Maquin P, Parent A, Schoot B, Teutsch G. (Centre de Recherche ROUSSEL UCLAF, Roumainville, France.)

Several extracts from Epilobium parviflorum, a plant used in Central Europe for the treatment of prostate disorders, were evaluated in a biochemical assay with 5-alpha-reductase. The aqueous extract displaying inhibition of the enzyme was analyzed, the fraction responsible for this activity was purified, and the active compound identified as a macrocyclic tannin, oenothein B (1). PMID: 8778238 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]




Regards
Pete




Pete is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: YES


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