Bossman wrote:eDOC, thank you very much.
I will look into DMSO. I myself certainly never thought about DMSO in this context.
eDOC wrote:DMSO drops.
It is very interesting that when undergoing nasyam, the head is tilted right back as the nasyam liquid is poured into the nasal cavities. As you can see from the images below, with such positioning of the head, the nasyam liquid would be poured directly on the olfactory bulb, and this bulb's nerve pathways (shown in yellow) bypass the blood-brain barrier and conduct directly into the brain.
pamojja wrote:It just occurred to me. Wouldn't that way not be an elegant way to administer for brain inflammation?
eDOC wrote:pamojja wrote:It just occurred to me. Wouldn't that way not be an elegant way to administer for brain inflammation?
Correct, it would, but only to some extent, depending on the amount of inflammation and DMSO required.
Thanks for the quick response. Brain inflammation seems so often indicated in HPA axis dysregulation and hormonal deficiencies we are taking about in other threats.
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eDOC wrote:pamojja wrote:DMSO drops would certainly help in your case, CFS/ME, to what extent can't predict, since I use IV route for treating CFS.
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