Discussion in 'GcMAF' started by Fuzzyhead, Jan 25, 2016.
Yes it is not recommended to do anything. It is registered with FDA as a skin cream.
GcMAF is helping many with Autism, mostly children at this stage
I think it would be fair to say that, it will ONLY work with those who test high for nagalase.
Indeed, the person/PhD who ordered my nagalase blood test distributes the bravo yogurt and runs an autism and gut clinic.
just about all CFS/ME/Lyme people will have high nagalase!
One persons success is posted here
one persons success with MafActive
Yes this is to avoid the Nazis in the lowwer echelons of power.
Indeed there have been reports of improved skin, as well as many other reports
Might have to go to the stronger cream next order. I have been on the "full scoop" ie 25ng 1x day before bed of the weaker cream for a couple of weeks now, have not noticed much.
The only "herx" event I had was when I started the cream, which turned out to be a reaction to the Cordyceps supplement I had been taking for a while, it was not a "herx" really, more an allergic reaction to this supplement which has NOT happened again since I quit taking Cordyceps - the reason why the GcMAF cream initiated my reaction to the supplement remains a mystery.
If it works in a similar manner to the injected form, it may be too early to notice improvements. With injections, it took most 2 to 3 months to notice changes.
Thanks Sushi. Have you been above the 25ng dose of the injectable version?
I was on 50 ng for about 6 months, then needed to lower it due to inflammation.
Seems like 25 ng is the way to go with CFS/ME. Were the inflammatory markers being monitored just CRP or more elaborate markers like TGF Beta-1 etc ?
Things like TGF Beta-1 and IL 8 were monitored.
If you have read through Dr Shoemakers work he mentions that TGF Beta-1 can be lowered by Losartan, I may up my dose after talking to my Mold doc.
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10432413 used in another medical setting
Unfortunately MAFactive cream is no longer available. It is made in France. There have been no complaints, no purity issues, something obscure like "Registration Issues."
KDM told my daughter not to use any gcmaf due to high inflammation.
I bought a cream from the UK in January. My daughter no longer has a shoulder pain after application.
Who was your doctor?
Does anybody have any idea if GCMAF would help to raise lymphocytes? Mine are especially low at the moment after endless viruses this year which have negatively affected ME/cFS.
The only other thing I could think of trying was lactoferrin.
Dr. Kenny De Meirleir.
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