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Supposed to be very: potent, if in fact that is what you are really getting. However, since outside of medical marijuana dispensaries, or shops in Colorado and Washington State that are regulated and have regular folks growing the stuff, you don't know what you are getting. Dealers are as notorious as used car salesmen at selling their product and hoping it. ...Read more
Feeling prickly after, Jamaican yellow yam: Whenever symptoms and secondary to foods you ingested, and you have now systemic symptoms, in my opinion you should take: prednisone 5 mg every eight hours for a few days with or without an antihistaminic which will control you symptoms. You should see a primary care physician, who will provide a physical examination and a prescription which will help with the symptoms. ...Read more
I'm taking Jamaican Peritols but I am also on birth controls. Jamaican Peritols is making me hungry which is my goal. Is there anything I should worry about? Is it safe the two together?
Dietary supplements: I have searched high & low for information on Jamaican Peritols but I couldn't find any info on active ingredients. All I could find is hype & empty promises. Worse, you didn't mention the name of your birth control so it's impossible to check for drug-drug interactions: http://www.drugs.com/drug_interactions.html. Better to eat healthy & exercise regularly. ...Read more
Caution: To use topically or ingest. Either way i would avoid the product. ...Read more
Forget taking it!: It is a scam. Who knows what effects it might have on birth control pills? Save your money. Concentrate on exercises that firm and tone your gluteal muscles. Skating (not skateboarding) is great for this. Wear helmet, wrist, elbow and knee guards. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What are all the tools, chemicals need finish growing my beard? I have patches does Jamaican black castor oil work? Where I can find everything needed
Typically patchy: beard hair is hereditary of a condition known as Alopecia areata. I would see dermatologist and consider prescription meds or injections to try to fill in remaining areas of hair missing. hope that helps ...Read more
Yes: It is safe topically. http://undergroundhealthreporter.com/castor-oil-uses#axzz2qtnsb6qj.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can Jamaican or regular castor oil really help with hair growth and thinning hair? My hair is thinning at my scalp on my L side. I'm 23 good diet
Castor oil: of ANY kind is NOT an accepted medical way of treating your hair thinning. You should consult your Primary Care Provider to rule out disorders which can alter you normal hair growth (eg Thyroid Disorders) You may benefit from medical treatment for male pattern baldness (Yes it happens in females!) There very successful treatments. Finally a visit to a Board Certified DERMATOLOGIST may be useful Z ...Read more
Skin itch ?
Rash?: Is there anaccompaning rash? Isolated itching can be from the outside dry skin, cold, exercise or an irritation. From the inside due to medications, renal, or liver issues. Hydrocortisone cream, saran lotion, calamine, aloe vera can all offer temporary reilef. Need more info for a more specific answer. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers