Topical zinc thymulin

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

Post by Murkey Thumb » 6 months ago

I will be updating in a couple of months. Currently drowning in the stuff (applying 6-7 times daily) after advice from Dr Vickers.

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

Post by rclark » 6 months ago

Doesn't zinc raise testosterone levels? Am I wrong about this?

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Post by shadylane » 6 months ago

Think it can do, from what I have read the thymulin is supposed to be the key ingredient in this.

Been on zinc thymulin for nearly 2 months now.

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

Post by Admin » 6 months ago

shadylane wrote:
6 months ago
Think it can do, from what I have read the thymulin is supposed to be the key ingredient in this.

Been on zinc thymulin for nearly 2 months now.
Great, definitely keep us up to date.

Two more months and you should be able to gauge whether there's something to all this hype.

I'll be in Sydney in roughly a month so if you see an improvement before that, scream so I can contact Dr. Vickers in time to potentially get my batch on the spot.

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

Post by shadylane » 6 months ago

Admin wrote:
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Great, definitely keep us up to date.

Two more months and you should be able to gauge whether there's something to all this hype.

I'll be in Sydney in roughly a month so if you see an improvement before that, scream so I can contact Dr. Vickers in time to potentially get my batch on the spot.

Will do, I am applying it about 4 or 5 times per day, so I expect to notice something soon hopefully.

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

Post by Murkey Thumb » 5 months ago

2 months in, I think I am starting to see some growth. hardly visible at the moment but it wasn't there before.
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Murkey Thumb wrote:
5 months ago
2 months in, I think I am starting to see some growth. hardly visible at the moment but it wasn't there before.

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That is good regrowth.

You should publish your regimen, so other people can read it.

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

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rclark wrote:
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That is good regrowth.

You should publish your regimen, so other people can read it.
Believe me I will do, but as there have been many a false dawn though the years so i'm going to leave it for another couple of months before going into detail as I want to be sure there is a cosmetic effect. Basically all I am doing is using zinc thymulin between 3-7 times a day, no minoxidil, no finasteride although I did try to kick start the regime with another low cost peptide which I am applying monthly. If you think on the line as Zenheads regime we are doing the same thing but with different products.

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

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Murkey Thumb wrote:
5 months ago
Basically all I am doing is using zinc thymulin between 3-7 times a day, no minoxidil, no finasteride although I did try to kick start the regime with another low cost peptide which I am applying monthly.
*Ain't nobody got time for that meme image*

I haven't really been paying attention to the thread, how is it applied? Sounds kinda hard to keep a secret from others.
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Post by shadylane » 5 months ago

My hair just seems much darker using this, it does look like I have some very fine hairs sprouting up though.

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Post by Rudiger » 5 months ago

I didn't even notice the thread title. "Topical".

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Ah fuck, I just missed Dr Vickers in Sydney. I'm still not sure I want to have this shipped to Belgium (if it's even possible).

Any further improvement @Murkey Thumb?

Is the payment process easy and safe?

Thanks :).

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

Post by Murkey Thumb » 5 months ago

Its all done by Paypal so yes its safe, it takes about a week to arrive. No improvement on last update if anything a bit of a shed. Still too early to tell as only 2.05 months in and not really expecting anything for another month at least.

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

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Murkey Thumb wrote:
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Its all done by Paypal so yes its safe, it takes about a week to arrive. No improvement on last update if anything a bit of a shed. Still too early to tell as only 2.05 months in and not really expecting anything for another month at least.
Where did you get the regrowth? Was that your vertex or hair line area?

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Re: Topical zinc thymulin

Post by Murkey Thumb » 4 months ago

rclark wrote:
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Where did you get the regrowth? Was that your vertex or hair line area?
My crown area which is where I need it most. I am now fairly convinced that it is creating new hairs, its just that it seems painfully slow(although this is probably because you have to apply it several times a day so I am checking for regrowth more often). I am thinking of adding some minoxidil foam to see if I can speed things up but am worried that that it may alter the natural hair cycle. I suppose that I may just have to wait it out, Dr Vickers is convinced that full regrowth is possible but only after 1-2 years of treatment.

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