I use a lot oral Quercitin in my practice for those with inflammatory disorders especially Atopic complex/Asthma .
Works well clinically.
Karlis Ullis, MD
Karlis C. Ullis, MD
Endocrinology, Sports & Preventive Medicine
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On Sat, Mar 14, 2015 at 11:05 PM, peter cooperrider wrote:
From the standpoint of a Dermatologist, if there is no sophisticated method to easily get them to penetrate into the skin, there are always the readily available and commonly performed “brute force” methods of microneedling with a $1,500 instrument or fractional CO2 laser with a $50,000 instrument before, during, or after application in suitable solutions. It just takes a few minutes to do a whole face.Pete Cooperrider
Date: Sat, 14 Mar 2015 19:44:57 -0400From: email@example.comTo: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: Re: [GRG] wrap up: 50mg Dasatinib+500mg Quercetin gerotrial ?
what would we typically measure to make an aggregate health indicator and to measure cell senescence and regeneration? how much would it typically cost?
I suggest you contact Luigi Fontana at Wash U in St Louis for this. He has lots of experience with age markers in humans.
On Sat, Mar 14, 2015 at 3:47 PM, Dr. Harold Katcher wrote:
Hi All,Were not quercetin a supplement that is widely used with little apparent effect on lifespan according to studies, why should it extend lifespan now? So apparently because it only extirpates a small spectrum of senescent cell types – and disatanib (note the word “satan” hidden in that) then must be the drug conferring the advantage – or it requires both drugs working in synergy (it’s not let out is it?)? If quercetin is used by itself – shouldn’t it produce measurable effects on tissues with epithelial origins – like skin? If so, couldn’t it be applied topically to limited regions of skin to test that effect in humans. Some of you out there specialize in skin products – can the quercetin be made to penetrate down to the basal cells? Maybe dissolving it in DMS, peels, abrasion ? As someone said that alone is worth a fortune. It’s something that could be started tonight.