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Low Cortisol Levels

Discussion in 'Optimal Labs' started by Eddie Garza, Apr 29, 2015.

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  1. Jill1

    Jill1 New Member

    interesting to find a button on my phone that pulls up the current outdoor UV levels based on my current GPS location. How much UV, what the Frequency is, and alot more. Glad to find that one.
  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

  3. Eddie Garza

    Eddie Garza New Member

    Hi Jan, I've used that site before. I get my sun usually before 9am or after 6pm. Sometimes I will get some after 9am, but not often. I am going to see my doctor on Friday. Maybe she'll prescribe the HCG. Best regards.
  4. Jill1

    Jill1 New Member

    what all MD's and Nautropaths Don't know is what controls cortisol/ACTH? α-MSH ................BOOOOM.............

    Why is α-MSH messed up? Mold.

    You can take cortisol, herbs, supplements til you piss a rainbow and it won't work. You can take testosterone til the cows come home and it won't work. Get rid of the mold and your health improves in all areas.

  5. Eddie Garza

    Eddie Garza New Member

    Hi Jill, In my office there are some very old document files. Some of the documents are from 1995. When I open the file cabinet I can smell the mold. What would be the best way to control this smell and mold? I can't throw the documents away and there is no other place to put them. If I put them in heavy duty plastic bags would that help my situation?
  6. Jill1

    Jill1 New Member

    can't kill it but check out Dr Shoemaker's website: www.survivingmold.com

    They have doctors and other resources to deal with mold.

  7. Eddie Garza

    Eddie Garza New Member

    Thanks Jill. Would Lysol spray help in any way? Like spraying the office at the end of the day several times a week?
  8. Melanie Procter

    Melanie Procter New Member

    Hi guys, I am reading this thread trying to figure out which are the best black lights to buy. I must be missing a few electrons, as I am not able to discern from here the best lights that everyone here is purchasing.
  9. Melanie Procter

    Melanie Procter New Member

    I saw this link. I think this may be right. I would love to see how people are using these black lights. After my consult with Jack, I am going to put them in all the rooms in my resort. That is why I am looking for the best ones. http://www.amjoshop.com/category-s/45.htm
  10. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    No plastic bags for the mold. It will only propagate it. You could try the type of silica they use to keep the inside of ladies handbags from going moldy before they sell. Dehumidify the filing cabinet in other words. Diy stores should have those granules in large packs.@Eddie Garza
  11. Lahelada

    Lahelada New Member

    UV light and black light for sale here in one lamp,the type that is used in discos to pick out white and in cosmetics to highlight make up? Does this info give us any clue as to what frequencies may be involved and whether it works for us I am waiting for a reply from the vendor.
  12. JanSz

    JanSz Gold


    this may be something for you.

    The Dermalume 2X, introduced in 2010 is quickly becoming the defacto standard wand for hand held treatment of Psoriasis, Vitiligo, Eczema, CTCL and a host of other skin challenges.

    Psoriasis, Eczema came to my mind when discussing light.
    But I do not remember about Vitiligo being helped this way.

    Wonder what @Jack would say.

    Person with Vitiligo is missing alpha-MSH locally.
    I would rather think of local, topical alpha-MSH delivery followed by exposure to sunlight (or UV-B).

    Come to think about hack.
    You can buy MT2 on internet.
    It is meant for injections, but you could try:
    placing that powder on your affected skin,
    cover it with DMSO gel
    rub it in
    get some morning sun over that area
    report results if any.
    Go from there.


    Careful with MT2, sometimes it may act as aphrodisiac.


    Amjo has been helping people with Vitiligo, Eczema, CTCL, Mycosis Fungoides and other skin challenges since 1998 and we have developed in that time a deep knowledge Ultraviolet Phototherapy. UVA, UVB or Narrow Band UVB may not be for everyone, but it could be for you.

    Chris Cane, one of the owners of Amjo Corp manages two blogs that help people with UVB Narrow Band and Vitiligo.

    Last edited: Sep 17, 2015
  13. Psyche

    Psyche New Member

    It seems there is a massive amount of information about light out there- it can be too much! It makes it difficult to decide what to use and how to use it. I would love to add light therapy to CT, and it "seems" red light at night would be a good choice.

    Curious what others may be doing as far as adding light to their CT sessions.

    Here's an interesting link to the healing aspect of light:

    of particular interest...
    You can even get light into the blood stream. One of the best ways is through your belly button, because the aorta artery is behind the belly button. So if you insert the light there for 20 minutes, every drop of blood in the body will pass in front of the light, increasing the activity of your white cells, red cells, B-cells and T-cells, so you can boost your whole immune system.
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  14. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    It looks like @Ruben Salinas and @Jack Kruse
    may want to work on belly button version of Quantlet.
    Right now Quantlet illuminates wrist.

  15. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    @Melanie Procter

    My choices (based on my understanding of what @Jack teaches):

    sunrise to sundown (when inside)
    Black Light
    Reptile UVB (replicating desert)
    High intensity white light

    Sundown to bed time
    Black Light
    Red Light

    Bed time
    no lights

    /// (IR still thinking about)
    Last edited: Sep 17, 2015
  16. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Light affects humans and animals.
    Light (and other near visible light) frequencies,
    (their densities and exposure time) affect:

    cortisol (level and profile)
    melatonin (level and profile)
    vit D (and vit D,sulfate)

    Products on this web site

    are already divided into numerous categories.

    Specifically they make distinction between UV-A and UV-B sources.
    (So there is assumption that the lights marked as
    UV-A have minimal UV-B content and vice versa.

    There is distinction made along energy produced by the source.
    Low level, meant to be used indefinitely.
    High level, meant for therapeutic use, minutes.

  17. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

  18. b612

    b612 New Member

    Hi, Jan!
    I know that vitiligo is treated with UV lamps all over the world.
    This is what they do: cover vitiligo areas with topical vit D cream mixed with steroids and UV them. This is the best known clinical treatment for vitiligo. (I don't know about the light frequencies though.)
    This is someone after the treatment

    I found that strong midday sun works as well as UV lamps. I use topical vit D (10,000 u) or iodine on the areas of the whitening and go outside.
    Now that the autumn is coming and it's impossible to get pigment back I should probably consider buying the lamp :thumbsdown::thumbsup:


    I should keep the money and go by the Dead Sea next year. I know there is a famous clinic where they treat skin issues only with sun, mud and sea water.

    Dead Sea Vitiligo treatment medical observations.
    Results Following treatment, 3.9% of patients demonstrated total or significant repigmentation (defined by more than 50% repigmentation in more than 50% of the lesions); 81.4% showed good repigmentation; 13.1% showed no repigmentation but their vitiligo spots were pink-colored and 1.6% appeared not to be affected at all by DSC.(dead sea cure)

  19. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    So instead of "You are what you eat", it's more like, "You are what you absorb, repel and emit. ow.ly/SlAUV
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    Joe Gavin Face Everything And Rise

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