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posted by benji, 06.10.2007, 00:28

folligen is the result of a brick of cupric sulfate in soy chloride and the random peptides that ensue.

Pickart is supposedly coming out with a newer much better version of folligen in the near future.

Tricomin has been tested in two phases of FDA trials and was found to be a slight bit better than minox in the same phase of testing. ProCyte pulled tricomin from the very expensive phase three FDA trials. At the present, I'd pick tricomin over folligen. Tricomin uses an alanine/lysine/histidyl amino acid peptide complex that was found to be the most effective peptide type by Pickart way back when. There are a couple of regrowth photos on tricomin's site.

Proxiphen is expensive, but the non-prescription form can be had for about twenty five bucks a month. Its called prox-n. You can look at Bryan' pictures with its exclusive usage at two years in the photo gallery at a website called "B" if you substitue a H for the B of course. They are in the "photo gallery".

A prox-n, revivogen regimine might be pretty effective. But the damn oiliness and smell from revivogen is a pain for me personally.

benji is located in [NA] and he is available to meet: NO

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