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Is there a group buy for NA - FGL?

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#1 FunSponge

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Posted 23 May 2020 - 08:58 PM


I can't find anything in the search bar, I'm been told its a new compound coming out that can fully repair brain damage and that there's a group buy been arranged, if someone knows about it please post a link.

#2 FunSponge

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Posted 24 May 2020 - 10:32 AM

Sorry I meant HA - FGL.



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Posted 25 May 2020 - 11:12 AM

What Is HA-FGL?
HA-FGL can be most briefly described as a polysaccharide covalently bound to a peptide. The polysaccharide is hyaluronate. Hyaluronate is a ubiquitous, endogenously present carbohydrate that is used much like scaffolding in the body. It controls inflammation and extracellular remodeling, and growth.

FGL is a sequence of amino acids bound together that copies the sequence of amino acids found in the powerful growth factor called NCAM, which stands for Neural cell adhesion molecule. By copying the amino acid sequence, it can replicate any relationship with receptors that it may interact with.

NCAM and polysialylatic acid bind together to control the sticking together of neurons, and can great neurogenesis in far-reaching brain regions through sticking neurons together to make a chain that can transport neural precursor cells [R].

It uses a hyaluronate size about twice the size of Injuv’s hyaluronate. It’s 10Kda in size and has 35% of its active regions (that bind with CD44) replaced with amide joiners to attach FGL. This does mean it loses some of the sites that are used to be absorbed.

https://wholisticresearch.com/ha-fgl/

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Posted 25 May 2020 - 11:18 AM

Side effects of the FGL peptide do exist. In young rats on high doses (around 100mg Human equivalent dose) every other day for two weeks, huge brain loss was found, despite improving memory. The dosage was high, higher than other studies, and personally is a bizarre dosage to choose. This widespread apoptosis was completely blocked when administered with Amyloid plaques, a well-known cause and consequence of the Alzheimer’s pathology. It seems that these plaques interfere with apoptosis.

Interesting and terrifying.

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Posted 25 May 2020 - 02:55 PM

Iv heard about this, hopefully that can be avoided with smaller doses, it seeks to be a high risk high reward compound.

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Posted Yesterday, 08:21 AM

Also hyper interested in this substance. Can anyone share their reports if you had tried it?

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Posted Yesterday, 07:31 PM

Side effects of the FGL peptide do exist. In young rats on high doses (around 100mg Human equivalent dose) every other day for two weeks, huge brain loss was found, despite improving memory. The dosage was high, higher than other studies, and personally is a bizarre dosage to choose. This widespread apoptosis was completely blocked when administered with Amyloid plaques, a well-known cause and consequence of the Alzheimer’s pathology. It seems that these plaques interfere with apoptosis.

Interesting and terrifying.

 

https://www.alzforum...-memory-rodents

 

 

 

They report that FGL treatment stimulates activity-dependent delivery of glutamate receptors to synapses, leading to a long-term enhancement of synaptic transmission.

 

There is also a relationship with amlyoid plaques and glutamate. I don't think it was a coincidence that apoptosis was blocked when administered with Amloyoid plaques.

 

Source:https://www.ncbi.nlm...les/PMC6582288/

 

 

 

 

Also hyper interested in this substance. Can anyone share their reports if you had tried it?

 

I would stay the hell away from this drug...its really dangerous increasing glutamate! It will fry the OPs brain since he already has high levels of glutamate. 

 

 


Edited by Rorororo, Yesterday, 07:33 PM.






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