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- I write this in the AAS for a good reason I find something that work for me and it is not hard on the liver I use to take accutane on cycle but with orals ( Anadrol) I decided to not try my luck!

for my test I run the anadrol 2 weeks and I did have back acne starting  then I start  Now supplement L-Lysine double Strength 1000MG one at night and one in the morning it as make a big difference my skin is less oily pimple down to 80%, I find this trick in  mayo clinic research department  I will now increase to 3000MG ( the maximum dose) and see if it make it better but so far I am extremely happy it cheap as dirt and not bad for the liver ?  it work for me hope it does the same for you! 

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7 hours ago, Nixter said:

Be careful, L-lysine can cause kidney failure at higher doses

Nixter do you mind to show us study that show that please?

 

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8 minutes ago, Jetpilot said:

Nixter do you mind to show us study that show that please?

 

In 326 millions I find one case in USA are you talking about this case?  and she have a Kidney problem to start with! 

 

Natural products in unnatural doses are usually not safe. Find summaries of the case reports below:
 
1.) Turmeric: A 54-year-old man who consumed large doses of turmeric, or about 15+ spoonfuls every day for 10 days reportedly had renal problems. He had a kidney transplant and was on tacrolimus to prevent rejection. However, the turmeric prevented the man’s liver from clearing the tacrolimus and the tacrolimus increased to toxic levels and put the man into renal failure. The renal failure was reversed when the turmeric was discontinued and the tacrolimus was held until levels returned to normal.1
 
2.) Lysine: Lysine is an amino acid that is popular for antiviral properties. There is a case report of a 44-year-old woman who used high doses of lysine, or about 3,000 mg every day for 5 years. She was diagnosed with fanconi syndrome and tubulointerstital nephritis and went on to develop chronic renal failure.2
 
3.) Vitamin ? Several reports exist documenting high doses of vitamin C, 60 grams/day, causing oxalate kidney stones that can deposit in the renal tubules and cause damage. Fortunately the renal failure is reversible with dialysis and supportive care.2
 
4.) Creatine: Creatine is often used in combination with strenuous muscle building. This combination takes a toll on the kidneys, especially when combined with dehydration. In extreme cases, people can develop rhabdomyolysis and die. It usually only happens in susceptible individuals.2
 
5.) Chromium is often used for weight loss. There are 3 case reports of chromium being involved in renal dysfunction. The kidneys were enlarged and inflamed. The patients all recovered after the chromium was stopped, 2 patients received hemodialysis. All 3 received corticosteroids.2

Patients often want to help their physicians, and sometimes they prescribe expensive vitamins, mineral, and herbal supplements from themselves. But is this really helping the doctors?

Most physicians only use vitamins and minerals to prevent and restore deficiencies. Vitamin deficiencies are often detected with blood tests. The goal is to maintain nutrient levels in a natural optimal range. Levels that are too high or too low can cause health problems.
Herbs such as garlic, turmeric, and cinnamon are healthy in normal amounts consumed in food. However, in pill form these herbs can alter liver enzymes, thin the blood, and change kidney functions. Poison control centers are full case reports of this happening.

Even medicinal teas can be dangerous as they are oftentimes grown outside the country and contain contaminants. Sometimes the contaminants are heavy metals such as lead and mercury. Sometimes the contaminants are rodent droppings, dander, and hair. Sometimes the herbs are irrigated with sewage and they transmit hepatitis and other viruses. Medwatch is a government- run website that gathers this information.

It is always best to get vitamins from whole foods such as fruits, veggies, milk, yogurt, eggs, beans and nuts. Whole food delivers the perfect amount of vitamins that our bodies need.

References
 
1.)    Nayeri A, Wu S, Adams C, Acute Calcineurin Inhibitor Nephrotoxicity Secondary to Turmeric Intake: A Case Report. Nayeri, A. et al. Transplantation Proceedings. 2017; 49(1):198 – 200.
2.)    Gabardi S, Munz K, Ulbricht ? A review of dietary supplement-induced renal dysfunction. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2007; 2: 757–765.

 

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It wasn't a study. I googled "L-lysine side effects" and pretty much every result warned of potential kidney failure at high dose. Im just saying be careful.

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Here's a good product you can buy at the pharmacy that really works for acnes ( i buy it at walmart pharmacy ).

Benzagel (5)

 

 

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Benzagel did squat for me. I don't get "zits" but oily skin and clogged pours.

Nizoral 

Daily Exfoliating

Increasing Injection Frequency 

Avoiding DHT Based Steroids

This is what has worked for me. My estro can be through the roof and my skin will be fine, but 200mg of masteron and i'm an oil slick.

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1 hour ago, biglove said:

Here's a good product you can buy at the pharmacy that really works for acnes ( i buy it at walmart pharmacy ).

Benzagel (5)

 

 

Also did nothing for me. Topicals in general don't do anything for me

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2 hours ago, Nixter said:

Also did nothing for me. Topicals in general don't do anything for me

Same here very expensive stuff very little result ?

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4 hours ago, Nixter said:

Also did nothing for me. Topicals in general don't do anything for me

It works wonders for me , sad it doesn't for for every one else.

 

2 hours ago, Jetpilot said:

Same here very expensive stuff very little result ?

Expensive , it only cost 10$ at walmart where i am .

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Best way to clear up acne is with vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid). Takes a bit to dial in but it’s almost magic when you find your threshold.

The trick here is slow at first or you won’t be able to be far from a washroom.

Start with 1-2g split three times throughout the day. Run that for a day or two then start increasing the dose each day by another 500mg. Keep doing this until either until you start seeing your skin dry out or you get to the 10-12g range. Once you’re at either of those points run it for a week and you’ll start to see a lot less oil production. Now you can start backing off the dose by 200-250mg (depending on the capsule dose) every 2-3 days. When you start to notice some oil returning to your skin you have found your threshold. Add back 500mg and stay there until your skin is fresh and clean or keep on that dose until your cycle and PCT is done.

Sounds like a lot of playing around but in real world it’s only a matter of remembering what dose you were at the day before and adding or removing a cap or two.

I used to get horrible acne. I tried nearly every cream and medicated wash, accutane, doxycycline, and other vitamins with little results or side effects like horrible sunburns and potential long term issues. After trying this little trick I would never use anything else. I went from having near cystic acne to a few weeks later having very clear oil free skin.

Note: forgot to mention. Don’t get the slow release version. Get the regular B5. I tried the slow release and it didn’t have the same effect.

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@matt890ca I currently have not tried any AAS but since I started lifting about four years ago I got horrible acne on my back. Was thinking perhaps hormone changes from lifting was causing the issue.  At times it is super painful, I always shower after I train and scrub my back too to no avail. I may try your protocol out, thanks for the post.

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50mg zinc before bed took care of my back acne, now I run it year round everyday and i never get acne anymore from cycles.

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Anyone have the scars remove with laser or peeling? that is my next step 🙂 

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On 4/5/2019 at 10:37 AM, Jetpilot said:

Look like Zinc before sleeping work for me 🙂 

What works better for you, l-lysine or zinc?

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