Posted by Victor (184.108.40.206) on December 13, 2001 at 14:15:01:
In Reply to: Please read carefully posted by Sean on December 13, 2001 at 12:57:47:
and must inform that much of it was way over my head. With a tad bit of web seaching ran across this:
"During aminopropylation, polyamines are produced, which are essential to cell and tissue growth and which may reduce inflammation and pain associated with osteoarthritis. Polyamines are thought to protect proteoglycans from enzyme attack, thereby helping to maintain the health of joint cartilage and reduce the effects of osteoarthritis. Polyamine synthesis is also responsible for cell growth and differentiation, gene expression, and neuron regeneration."
Of particular interest to me is the reduction in inflamation of this dietary supplement. It appears to be safe and from my brief reading is readily available without prescription.
I do have a GNC store nearby, but wonder if you would care to share the precise brand name of the product as I see that actimet is available in many different forms. Also please share the time duration that you have noted an improvement.
I thank you for addressing the one sided nature of CH's, while it's way over my head, you did address this issue. I am willing to participate in your study, it may be a break throught.
I think your research deserves a try, and I from what little I looked at so far, shouldn't have any negative effects like so many prescription drugs I have been on. Thanks.
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