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posted by nemo.shark, 09.05.2011, 05:54

» » » » » » i heard about this stuff many years ago now, im not sure if im
» » » correct
» » » » » by
» » » » » » saying this but it kinda reminds me of this other stuff that
» women
» » » use
» » » » » for
» » » » » » their eye lash hair
» » » » »
» » » » » See here :
» » » » »
» » » » »
» » » »
» » » »
» » » » hmmm i wonder if any other glaucoma meds will work in the same way??
» » »
» » » I think its funny that FIN and Minox seems more and more outdated like
» » hell
» » » what a wild year 2010/2011 was
» »
» » right your all gonna thank me for this if this stuff works for any of
» you
» » lot, the active ingrediants is called Bimatoprost (CAS 155206-00-1).
» » Used topically to control glaucoma and manage ocular hypertension.
» »
» » Bimatoprost
» » Systematic (IUPAC) name: 7-[3,5-dihydroxy-2-
» » (3-hydroxy-5-phenyl-pent-1-enyl)- cyclopentyl]-N-ethyl-hept-5-enamide
» » Identifiers
» » CAS number: 155206-00-1
» » ATC code: S01EE03
» » PubChem: CID 5311027
» » IUPHAR ligand: 1958
» » DrugBank: APRD00826
» » ChemSpider: 4470565
» » UNII: QXS94885MZ
» »
» » this is all the info you need to get a powerful solution of it made up,
» im
» » getting in touch with a place now to see about the cost of it, if 0.03mg
» » works then a 5% solution is gonna be crazy!
» There you go. That's the way to do it. What this situation needs is a
» stronger dose. Doctors are already saying that Alergan used stronger doses
» in their phase 1 study that just completed. We also know that Hideo Uno
» used a stronger dose on macaques in the most famous study involving
» bimatoprost. We know that Hideo Uno got good results in those macaques but
» we also know that it is EASIER to grow hair on macaques than humans so we
» have to go even stronger than Hideo Uno used. 5% sounds like a good dose
» so you are on the right track but we also need to figure out what to mix it
» with. These compounds are soluble in different agents and you need to use
» the right vehicle. I think it's great that you are finding a way to get
» this stuff made pure so you can make a higher concentration topical but we
» also need to find out what other things should go inside that topical and I
» know the best way to do that:
» Get the complete study by Hideo Uno where he used bimatoprost on macaques
» and it is a virtual certainty that he will have given complete details of
» the vehicle he used and I mean he will list the ingredients and the amount
» of each ingredient and at what interval to put each ingredient into the
» solution.
» If you can get this stuff made pure then all you have left is to get that
» study which is easy enough to do, and you can create a 5% solution of
» bimatoprost using the exact same vehicle Hideo Uno used but your solution
» will be a higher dose of the active ingredient.
» Go for it!!!!!
» But first get Hideo Uno's study.
» That's the smart play.
» That study will answer any questions that you might have.
» You make the same solution Hideo Uno did except you change the numbers a
» little bit so you will end up with a stronger dose.
» GO FOR IT!!!!!

jarjarbinx, nice one but where would that study have been published? the thing is we know it grows hair even in the eye drops solution, so i was going to use an eye drop solution, maybe be even the exact solution that is in the latisse eye drops, im sure they will have list the ingredients in the latisse eye drops??

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