Squirrel's horded acorns of information ( cache of research info)

(19-04-2016, 11:04 PM)Tanya Marie Squirrel Wrote:  Celery

DHt blocker, aphrodisiac , blood pressure regulator;

I saw a few sites, regarding Celery extract, celery seed, and regular celery stalks having some health benefits, including dht blocker.

this site which makes a DHT blocker also has it as an ingredient:

Proprietary Blend 730 mg Cabbage - POWDER (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) Astragalus Root (Astragalus membranceus) Tumeric Root (Curcuma longa) DIM -(3,3'-Diindolylmethane) Parsley Extract (Petroselinum crispum) 4:1 Broccoli sprouts 5 to 1 Extract (Brassica oleracea var.italica 0.4% glucosinolates) Celery Extract (Apium graveolens) 4:1 Rosemary Extract (Rosmarinus officinalis) 4:1 Pomegranate (Punica granatum L.) Sesame Seed Sesame oil (Sesamum indicum) POWDER *Beta-sitosterol non soy, from pine

(this is not intended as an advertisement for them, I wanted to point out list of potential DHT inhibitors for future reference.)

though I have also seen a numerous amounts of websites that say celery seed is good for boosting testosterone.. leaves a bit of a quandary Huh" alt="Huh" title="Huh">

Thunder's place comes up a lot (penis enhancing site).

a bit more about the often maligned diet food :

fun fact about celery: it takes more calories to chew a stalk of celery than the celery itself possesses.
(more links and research to follow)

I would NOT give the author of https://www.naturalnews.com/024596_celery_juicing.html any house room.  Whoever it is deserves to be thrown in a river in a tied sack.

I quote, "
Celery is rich in sodium, which is very different to table salt. Normal
table salt is composed of insoluble inorganic compounds which lead to
the development of varicose veins, hardening of the arteries and other
aliments. If salt, including sea salt is white, then it has been
processed and all minerals and nutrients have been destroyed


Celery is rich in sodium, which is very different to table salt.

"  Everyone learns at school, at about 11 years old that Salt (Table Salt) is Sodium Chloride (NaCl).  It is composed of Equal numbers of Sodium and Chloride Ions.  Sodium on its own is a soft metal which will burn rapidly if a small piece is added to water.  Chlorine, when on its own occurs as a Gas (Cl2)

table salt is composed of insoluble inorganic compounds

"  Absolute Bollocks!  Table Salt is refined and contains only NaCl and a small ammount of anti Caking Agent.  Before the 1990's
sodium aluminosilicate or magnesium carbonate  were used but the Fear of Aluminium in the body being a prerequisite of
Alzheimer's disease

.  Now various Table salt manufacturing Companies use different anti-caking agents.  Table Salt is EXTREMELY SOLUBLE.

Try https://www.menutrinfo.com/blog/pick-poi...ing-agents
This Website needs taking with a pinch of Salt too.  It Cannot distinguish between Blue and White Asbestos, ONLY ONE of them is a Carcinogen.

I quote, "
There are natural
alternatives to chemical anti-caking agents such as talc, and grains
such as rice. Talc has naturally occurring asbestos that has been
labeled as a carcinogen if inhaled. Fortunately, the talc used in the
U.S has been asbestos-free for many years. More research needs to be
conducted, but asbestos-free talc, when used as a body powder, is also a
possible carcinogen.

"  NO only when the Wrong Asbestos has been used.

Table Salt, (NaCl) does Not need water molecules to make it into crystals, as the salt itself forms crystals, so there is Not even any water of crystalisation (correct English spelling) in your Salt Pot.

inorganic compounds

" The complete Cretin has clearly not been to school past 7th grade (11 yrs old).  Advertisers LIE when they say Organic Food is better for you.  IT'S A SCAM.  They charge you higher prices and refuse to use Tested Herbicides and Fertilisers.  They can and do use POISONOUS Untested ones though which have been around since the Victorians made the Green ink on wallpaper out of Arsenic and killed themselves.

In Chemistry or Science, Organic Chemistry is about whether a molecule has CARBON in it.  Inorganic Chemistry is the study of molecules that do Not have Carbon in them.  One is NOT better than the other.

table salt is composed of insoluble inorganic compounds which lead to
the development of varicose veins


NO, it does Not.  It does however lead to hardening of the Arteries and the formation of Plaque in Arteries.

If salt, including sea salt is white, then it has been
processed and all minerals and nutrients have been destroyed


NO, it does Not.  ALL salts (lower case) are made by the action of an Acid on a Base.  (eg Copper Sulphate can be made by pouring Sulphuric Acid (correct English spelling) onto pennies which are made of Copper (Cu is a Base Metal) You get CuSO4.5H2O which shows each Molecule of Copper Sulphate (a salt) needs 5 molecules of water (H2O) to make it crystaline.)

One of the MOST POLLUTED parts of our Planet are the Oceans.   SEA SALT which is mostly Potassium Chloride has been PROCESSED from Sea Water by DESSICATION under very low pressure to boil off the water which CONCENTRATES the POLLUTANT POISONS originally in the Sea Water, then the Advertisers call it "Organic"  LIES AND DAMNED LIES.

ALL Sodium in the Universe is the same.  This goes for all 96 Atoms.  Table Salt is WHITE because it is made of 98% Sodium Chloride which is WHITE. 

I am on PLONKER OVERLOAD after just reading this one paragraph.


Is this what A.I. looks like ?

Rage-Topping three year old dead threads?

(13-04-2016, 11:36 PM)Tanya Marie Squirrel Wrote:  ketoconazole

Found in vaginal cream & pet wipes

DHT inhibitor:

Article (humorous, but true?)

more about ketoconazole :

to note: it builds up in adipose tissue (fat). topical site application breasts)  for added dht/aromatase ?

effects on testicular tissue:
Just a word of warning:  "On 25 July 2013, the European Medicines Agency's Committee on Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP) recommended that the marketing authorisations of oral ketoconazole-containing medicines should be suspended throughout the European Union (EU). The CHMP concluded that the risk of liver injury is greater than the benefits in treating fungal infections."

Therefore I wouldn't go this route to suppress T

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