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nitric oxide

  1. linusbert

    Allicin boosts antioxidants while beeing itself one

    i am studying allicin right now. found this interesting, its boosting catalase and SOD but also glutathione. it also can increase NO (nitric oxide). it also is a super killer against bacteria, kills even MRSA. its also a supply for sulfur. chatgpt has this to say about it:
  2. SNT Gatchaman

    Endothelial dysfunction in ME/CFS patients (Sandvik, Mella, Fluge et al, 2023)

    Endothelial dysfunction in ME/CFS patients Sandvik MK, Sørland K, Leirgul E, Rekeland IG, Stavland CS, Mella O, Fluge Ø Objective: A few earlier studies have found impaired endothelial function in patients with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS). The present study...
  3. C

    Serum of Post-COVID-19 Syndrome Patients with or without ME/CFS Differentially Affects Endothelial Cell Function In Vitro (Flaskamp et al, 2022)

    Abstract A proportion of COVID-19 reconvalescent patients develop post-COVID-19 syndrome (PCS) including a subgroup fulfilling diagnostic criteria of Myalgic encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (PCS/CFS). Recently, endothelial dysfunction (ED) has been demonstrated in these patients, but...
  4. A

    Niacin and PDE5 inhibitors

    One of the supplements that has helped me a lot has been niacin (B3). It seems to reduce most of my symptoms somewhat but importantly it reduces my pain so much that it sometimes eliminates it completely. The relief can happen quite fast after taking the supplement (how fast NAD+ synthesis from...
  5. M

    Members with knowledge of no/onoo hypothesis

    In Martin Pall's theory, would tested N.O. levels be elevated or reduced?
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