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      Lisa Brown
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      I too was interested in Clenbuterol, however was unable to find a doctor to prescribe so I could import.  My partner and I tried everywhere, vets, body builders and put the word out everywhere we could, unsuccessfully.   Which led me to find that the sports people aren’t doing ‘Clen’ rather they are using peptides. Mostly GHRP-6. – growth hormones.  I did some more digging and found that there are roughly 70 FDA approved peptides and counting as research discovers more of their ability to heal.  Peptides are illegal in New Zealand.:-( and hence there are no doctors, specialists, functional professionals that are knowledgeable about these.  I know that one of the ALS reversals was having GAC injections – I believe these are amino acids and therefore constitute a peptide.  I am interested to know more …

    • #22754
      Louis Savarese
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      Hi Lisa,

      I too was very interested in Clenbuterol, so much so that I flew to North Carolina from NJ to see Dr. Richard Bedlack.  I spoke to him about the Italian study and his own small study.  He advised me that I might very well be better trying try the amino acid L-Serine (which I purchase through JoMar Labs 831-728-8010).  It is currently under phase 2 at Dartmouth. You start at 500mg 2x a day and double it each week until you reach 15,000 2x a day.  I have reached that threshold without any side effects.

      God Bless,

      Louis

      • #22766
        Lisa Brown
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        Hi, Thankyou Louis.   I will start taking L-serine more seriously now!

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