PeterM wrote:Although the TauRex’s July 2016 LMTX results were generally disappointing, I tend to agree with J11 that the whole Methylene Blue story is yet to be told. Even if MB were to slow protein misfolding by a modest 20%, that would still delay onset by years for many of us at risk. Given its long track record for safety, low-dosing clean Methylene Blue might be worth the minimal risk. If anyone can figure out how to dose 8 mg (2x 4 mg a day) of the Kordon product Tincup had tested it would be hugely appreciated.
PeterM wrote: If anyone can figure out how to dose 8 mg (2x 4 mg a day) of the Kordon product Tincup had tested it would be hugely appreciated.
J11 wrote:Welcome to 2020 everyone!
I've never done this, but understand this is a common experiment in undergrad classes. From listening to Gonzalez-Lima, I'm not sure it is necessary as the MB seems to cycle between forms on its own.J11 wrote:tincup, ask your chemist friend about reducing MB.
aphorist wrote:I am a believer in Methylene Blue. The mechanism of action makes tons of sense to me. My biggest problem with it is the mess it makes everywhere. If you showed me pharmaceutical grade pills in the proper dose that don't make a damn mess everywhere, I would probably take it. My whole kitchen is a blue stained mess after dealing with that liquid/powder.
aphorist wrote:Pharmaceutical grade. If anyone wants:
https://mitolab.com/product/mb-pure-met ... 0ml-100ml/
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