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 Posted 6/3/2011 7:30:01 AM
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 Posted 6/5/2011 2:09:55 AM
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Thanks for the topic, however, I believe that grey hair reflects someone's personality. I don't like to be with black hair at age of 50 for example. I think this is god's gift.
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 Posted 6/6/2011 2:05:59 PM
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I am looking for a soultion to darken hairs from the inside... im  naturly brown/blond haired but i want darker hair.

I know it has nothing to do with grey hair but it all hast to sometihng with melanin....
do you know any pill or injection wich darken hair color
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 Posted 6/7/2011 1:51:04 AM
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StarGazer2 (5/2/2011)
I'm not endorsing this, but I got this news in my email today:

http://www.digitaljournal.com/pr/293885

And I certainly don't endorse this product, but some of you might want to read about it:

http://www.greydefence.com/


A press release/ad, with a teaser claim about toothpaste that isn't there. No better than spam.
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 Posted 6/7/2011 5:38:53 AM
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I started going grey in my late teens, but just a small amount until this year when I started taking vitamins. I recently found out that I had managed to over supplement Vitamin D and my level on May 20 is now down to 97ng/dL. I have a feeling I had managed to get up to somewhere around 150-160ng, oops. I have had several different blood tests run, CBC, Cu, Mg, Se, Zn, amino profile and the main thing I have noticed other than Vit D is that my tyrosine level is below the normal range and my Phenylalanine level was pretty much center of normal, so I don't think I have PKU, but I might be wrong. I have started taking L-Tyrosine caps to see if it will help any but I think it might be too low due to having over supplemented Vitamin D. From articles/studies I have read it appears that Vitamin D can increase the use of tyrosine in the body, and if true then getting my level down might restore my tyrosine level and thus some of my hair color. Anecdotally some Marshall Protocol followers have also reported restoration of hair color as a side effect of following it.
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 Posted 6/7/2011 5:48:07 AM
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Another thing that might be of some importance is Magnesium level considering its involvement in DNA expression, ATP, etc. The normal range for serum Magnesium is eported as being roughly 1.6-2.6mg/dL. However reading studies on Magnesium research seem to indicate Magnesium deficiency below 2.2mg/dL and that the point of homoeostasis is actually around 3.0mg/dL. There are lots of claims that serum Magnesium does not reflect properly on Magnesium status in the body, which might be because the normal range is too low? Also, Magnesium is one of the things that black strap molasses has in higher quantities which might be one of the reasons it seems to work well for some people.

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 Posted 6/7/2011 6:48:09 AM
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Has anyone tried Go Away Gray? If so, did it reverse gray hair?


There's posts on these threads that no one has had any luck with Go Away Gray and that's probably because catalase won't survive in the gut. Most likely it would have to be enteric coated to have any chance of being useful as a supplement or better yet increased naturally through apple polyphenols or something similar. Any company that wants to make lots of money will eventually develop a topical treatment that delivers the catalase directly to the follicles.
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 Posted 6/7/2011 4:36:56 PM
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Looking into my issue some more Vitamin D increases testosterone which raises both erythropoietin and tyrosine hydroxylase, so it may be that for my case the elevated Vitamin D level caused both my raised rbc/hematocrit/hemoglobin and increased rate of grey hair. I should know within a few months if that is the case as my Vitamin D level comes back down to a normal level.
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 Posted 6/10/2011 12:05:57 PM
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 Posted 6/10/2011 5:53:19 PM
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DDye,

If I read what it is saying correctly if your hair is grey due to lack of a melanocyte then the only way for to be colored is for the hair to cycle back through to anagen stage again? So pulling out your grey hairs might be of some help in that situation, lol.
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