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Does Oxylean Work
Alkaline water: Ordinary water consists of 2 hydrogen molecules and 1 oxygen molecule that constantly interact with one another to form oh (alkaline) and h (acidic). So at any given moment in time, water can be alkaline and then acidic. Other substances naturally found in spring water can raise or lower the ph of water and "ionize" it. Ultimately all water becomes alkaline when it reaches the small intestine. ...Read more
Don't know: What they advertise, but it certainly makes them a lot of money. However, there have never been any scientific studies or proof that he helps you in any way. If any of the prostate formulations in the store really worked, there wouldn't be a need to have several hundred available. Remember, the ads say it's not designed to treat any disease -- like prostate enlargement perhaps? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For certain problems: Peppermint has many benefits: it reduces gas, bloating & nausea & helps abdominal & menstrual cramps. Enteric-coated peppermint oil capsules are proven effective for relieving spasms in irritable bowel syndrome. However, peppermint can aggravate reflux/heartburn so may not be appropriate if you have that (though enteric coating may prevent that effect). See www.Herbwisdom.Com/herb-peppermint.Html. ...Read more
Potentially: Ibogaine has been reported in several studies to be helpful in the treatment of various addictions, including opioid addiction. It is a hallucinogenic drug and is a scheduled i controlled substance in the us. Side effects include nausea, dry mouth and potential cardiac arrythmias. The national institute on drug abuse did not choose to develop clinical studies for this drug. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
No: Urine is not unclean in a normal person, unless she has a bladder or kidney infection. Thus, one shouldn't fall for any salesman pitching urine-cleaning products. Eating a healthy, balanced diet, and drinking adequate fluids each day (plus going to pee when needed, and not holding urine in for too long) are all good ideas. ...Read more
Armodafinil is a : eugeroic medication. Its exact mechanism of action (MOA) is unknown. It acts on the brain's arousal & alertness mechanisms. (They're not the same.) That's about the most I can tell you if you have no further knowledge of neurophysiology, neurochemistry or neuropharmacology. Any further discussion would be so oversimplified that it wouldn't really explain anything. ...Read more
Cocaine detox: The most promising future for Cocaine detox lies in the endorphin system. Blockade of the κ opioid system can also block dysphoric-like effects associated with withdrawal from drugs of abuse and block the development of compulsive-like responding during extended access to drugs of abuse koob 2013. No meds exist for this however the use of Gabapentin and Baclofen in conjuction with bupropion helps. ...Read more
Scam: This is a very-low-calorie diet with an expensive placebo. You'll lose weight by restricting calories, and spend money for something that will do you no good. Ask your personal physician whether a crash diet is really right for you. Better, start hanging out with people who are into physical fitness and join in. Unlike a crash diet, this will result in real, sustained good results. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Long Answer: Recap: (antipyretic (decreases temperature), anti-inflammatory, analgesic) It is an irreversible Cox enzyme inhibitor (Suppression of prostaglandins that produce inflammation) Inhibits thromboxane, producing an inhibitory effect on platelet aggregation during the lifetime of the affected platelet (8–9 days). Other mechanisms also. ...Read more
Perhaps: The standard for rosacea includes avoiding any known "triggers" - that may include sun, foods, topical agents, etc. Beyond that, using sun protection and occasionally antibiotic therapy will help in some individuals. Trying "natural" products is prob fine, but results (as with any skincare) will vary - particularly with non-prescription agents. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If you believe...: Resvinatrol is a combination of resveratrol(the compound that is found to be in wine/grapes; which has been reported to be a panacea for just about everything) and other "antioxidants". Although i might believe there is some merit to the resveratrol; further studies need to be done by the powers that be to determine if that is indeed the case. I would say this..."let the buyer beware". ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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