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GCMAF Questions

Discussion in 'GcMAF' started by Daffodil, Nov 9, 2011.

  1. Olena

    Olena

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    Yes! I made 35 syringes!

    But I'm doing a shot twice a week (Wednesday and Saturday), and I will increase the dose. I have a very low macrophages, I lack such a low dose.

    I do not tolerate bad symptoms
  2. Thinktank

    Thinktank Senior Member

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    That's the way i do it as well, twice weekly 25ng.
    What's your macrophage score? I score very low too, 35% on the last test, normal is 65% to 90%.

    The manufacturer of the GcMAF told me not to dilute the product, very little is left anyway in the mechanism of the insulin syringe. If anyone is interested i can post a photo of a filled syringe with 25ng GcMAF.

    You might notice more inflammation in the beginning as the macrophages produce more cytokines like il-8 and other things start to shift.
  3. Olena

    Olena

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    Thinktank, my macrophage score 29/01/2014 is 5.5% (normal 6-13%), 5/03/2014 is 2.9%

    After 1 month GcMAF - my monocytes score 5.9% (normal 3-10%) ,macrophage test will come next week.

    I have a question about GcMAF.De
    http://www.gc-maf.de/
    Have you tried this product?

    This second generation purification.
    Slightly cheaper.

    I'm doing injections 100 nanograms per week, price is important for me.
    I think that I do not need more than 100 ng - me just fine: 2 times a week for 50 ng.

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