View Full Version : Moving Towards Experimental Regimen/advice Needed

06-27-2016, 11:58 AM
I started losing my hair around the time I was 16/17 and for a while it was a VERY slow progression. I tried FIN for a couple years between the ages of 18 and 20 but quit due to the typical side effects of watery semen and poor/non-existent erections. Haven't really done much with my hair until last year (late 2014/early 2015) when I started on Stemoxydine, Minoxidil, and RU. I recently added AHK-CU (using tricomin as a vehicle). Sad to say my hair now looks the worse it ever has. I've been reading up on Swisstemples approach centered around prostaglandins. So, in no specific order I have the following items on the way:

TM30089 (from Kane)
9-BIO (WNT Agonist, also from Kane)
Castor Oil
D-Clopostrenol (from Iron Dragon)

I'm aware of the reputation of both Kane and Iron Dragon, but I want to get started ASAP and not have to wait around for a group buy to occur. I know the D-Clop from Iron Dragon uses a harsh vehicle, so I bought a small amount to trial and see if I can handle it. I'm hoping I can mitigate the any potential sides from the vehicle by using the Castor Oil (although the primary purpose of Castor Oil is upregulating PGE2e3) and Tricomin (AHK-CU should assist with wound healing). I also chose to suck it up and buy the Clop from Iron Dragon because I don't have an immediate source for pure PGE2. Hopefully Castor Oil and Clop (which is an agonist of PGF2a, which is downstream of PGE2 and is supposed to be highly responsible for hair growth) will help to make up for the lack of PGE2.

Does anyone have any advice on how these should be applied? Be it either based on experience or practice I'm very interested in hearing other's opinions.

I'm VERY curious about the WNT pathway, which is why I bought 500 MG of 9-BIO. However, the carcinogenic concerns give me pause about IF I'll apply it, and if so, how often and at what dose. It seems like continual use may not be the best route, so I'm wondering if taking breaks will be wise.