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We need a "Migraine RX"!

Discussion in 'Meet and Greet' started by Cpt.Tired, Apr 20, 2015.

  1. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    Simple logical progression your alcohol story's being used as 'evidence' there other causes to migraines. Sure harmful drugs exacerbate nnemf symptoms, but the healthy people here know we can handle coffee, alcohol, shit on a shingle with barely any perceptible effect when nnemf's mitigated with rigor and nemf's enjoyed for at least a couple hours a day.

    I know it's hard to monetize sun and CT though. A biohacking 'retreat' is probably a good way but that's illegal now under the new fascist state.
  2. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Table 2
    Some Physiological Effects Of Potassium Bicarbonate
    And Bicarbonate-Generating Organic Anions That Have
    Positive Health Benefits

    Established Associations
    Stomach antacid#
    Diuretic,* natriuretic,* chloruretic*
    Increases serum potassium concentrations to evolutionary
    Corrects thiazide induced hypokalemia*39
    Antihypertensive: reduces systolic & diastolic blood
    Optimizes endothelial function*45
    Increases aortic compliance*46
    Stroke prevention, independently of bp reduction*47,48,49
    Reverses salt-induced (sodium chloride-induced) increases
    in blood pressure*42,50
    Reverses salt-induced increases in urine calcium
    Increases urinary citrate excretion#52–54
    Reduces kidney stone formation#55
    Reduces urine calcium excretion and improves negative
    calcium balance#56
    Reduces urine phosphorous excretion and improves
    negative phosphorus balance#56
    Reduces urine nitrogen excretion#57
    Inhibits osteoclastic bone resorptive activity#58
    Stimulates osteoblastic bone formative activity#58
    Decreases bone resorption markers in vivo#56
    Reduces production of the reno-toxin, ammonia (NH3)#
    Acts as vasodilator59,60
    Reduces production of the reno-vasoconstrictor,
    Increases production of vasodilators, prostaglandins &
    nitric oxide*62,63
    Reduces free radical formation (therefore antiatherogenic)*
    Increases growth hormone blood levels in older
    Neutralizes the diet-induced endogenous acid load#56
    Corrects the systemic metabolic acidosis caused by
    typical American diets#56
    Increases plasma bicarbonate & reduces blood acidity#56
    Lowers serum chloride concentrations#56
    Increases serum phosphorus concentrations*66
    Improves age-related declines in cognitive function*67
    #predominantly a bicarbonate effect
    *predominantly a pottasium effect
    #combined potassium and bicarbonate effect
  3. Gabriel Miller

    Gabriel Miller New Member

    Hi y’all,

    nnemf is what it is. We can’t afford to move right now anyways, even though we do think about going closer to nature, for our kid.

    Amanda seems to get a migraine the day after eating sushi/thai food. Rice and soy sauce . She just had poke yesterday which is lots of soy sauce - glutamate.

    Is this a thing? What does it mean? Should she take the P5p and zinc? Does her labs indicate any of this?

    she also seems to get them when she skips a meal.

    here are our rather simple notes:

    Day of getting lab work - fasted.
    Amanda migraine start after lab work. She was fasting that morning. Migraines lasted 2 days.

    June 20th - woke up with it- all day, bad.
    Day before ate veggie meal. Turkey and cheese. Get off acid supplement. No mag. Snacking. Not a real meal.
    June 21 migraine all day
    June 22 migraine still there. Went away in evening.

    June 26th, woke up with migraine. Ate poke bowl night before - rice and soy sauce. Glutamate? Worked on computer quite a bit day before, had small headache Day before that went away during day after drinking mag, eating and going for walk.
  4. Saichi

    Saichi New Member

    If you're going to continue eating foods from Japan or the Pacific you need to purchase a Mazur PRM-9000 or better and test everything first.
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  5. I'm glad to hear you have had improvements.
    Question: how's your mercury levels?
  6. Thank you for the meter recommendation
  7. Josie Thomson

    Josie Thomson New Member

    Hi @DrEttinger. :) I had my first migraine around this time. I had a migraine this morning and think what you posted here would help reduce or stop them hopefully. Do you know if it's possible to buy these supplements in Uk where I live, I am trying Amazon UK but nothing comes up? I have this salt: CELTIC GREY SEA SALT COARSE - GUERANDE GROS SEL GRIS 1KG : Amazon.co.uk: Grocery ? Again what you can purchase , I'm assuming your in USA, we have never heard of on uk amazon a lot of the time! I also have this Magnesium: MAG365 Regular Magnesium Food Supplement, 300 g : Amazon.co.uk: Health & Personal Care

    Last edited: Aug 6, 2021
  8. Lower dopamine levels may increase painful sensitivities to external stimuli (such as light) and influence moods and behaviors during attacks
    https://www.theraspecs.com/blog/we-...e-light-sensitivity-during-a-migraine-attack/ "Dopamine is one of the main neurotransmitters controlling sensory sensitivity," said Dr. Kenneth Casey

    You may want to investigate why your dopamine may be low.

    Dopamine levels in the brain directly correlate with voltage intensity - https://jackkruse.com/your-gutneurotransmitters-and-hormones/

    Migraine is fundamentally a disorder of the brain, not a disorder of structures outside the brain - https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.p...rent-of-dha-csf-semiconductors-in-brain.7564/

    Dopamine controls hormone release from the pituitary so you lose control of your hormones. - https://jackkruse.com/brain-gut-16-adrenal-fatigue-rx/

    Circadian rhythms in headaches and neuropathic pain - https://forum.jackkruse.com/index.php?threads/migraines-headaches-and-the-circadian-mechanism.21576/

    Last edited: Aug 6, 2021
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  9. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Step #1
    Make sure that your progesterone level is appropriate.
    Have it tested.

    If you can get a hold of 100mg Prometrium (progesterone) pills
    you could try that for a week or more, one pill/before bed

    (Do not blame me when your menstruation cycle goes haywire).

    At some point, you may have to choose between menstruation or migraine.



  10. Josie Thomson

    Josie Thomson New Member

    :) @JanSz @John Schumacher Thank you ;) so much! @JanSz You'll be please to know my menstrual cycle is long gone and I will be doing the appropriate blood tests for hormone. I have been taking 'Life Extension pregnenolone 100mg and think my sleep has improved.
    John Schumacher likes this.
  11. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    Testing and figuring what works and what is going on is highly important.
    For a number of years, I was taking Life Extension pregnenolone 100mg, nothing showed upon testing.
    Noting on pregnenolone
    nothing on progesterone

  12. JanSz

    JanSz Gold

    If you are low on progesterone, I would use a pill, prometirum.
    And not bother with creams, and worry where to put it, skin, what skin, vagina? Is the skin the same there.
    Too many variables. Variety of surfaces, even larger variety of products (takes too long to figure out the right way).

    Variety of skins, variety of density of 5Ar, 5Br, and aromatase receptors (and other proteins).

    If you have justification for use of pregnenolone, my best experience is with:
    Nutricology Micronized Lipid Matrix
    or (the same product)
    Allergy research.
    But using the above I saw only small progress in raising pregnenolone and progesterone.
    Prometrium (for me) seems to be the best bet.
    I am not a doctor of any kind.

    But I would love to have input from veterinarians.

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