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Because Saving your Brain shouldn't cost you your liver
Posted: Monday, January 27, 2020 11:50 AM
Joined: 2/17/2019
Posts: 379

My focused on mechanical solutions: Light therapy, RadioWaves, Near InfraRed light, 40Hz Sound and Light therapay, they all create a reaction within the cells, without any significant ( documented as of  January 1, 2020) side-effects.

Ultrasound in the 1980's did cause tissue heating and damage, but scientist figured out to used pulsed frequency ( 50% on, followed immediately, by being off for the same amount of time so any heat would dissipate) 

Ultrasound treatments for cancer does have some pain associated with it, but there haven't been any reports of pain or side effects that I am aware of for any neurological ultrasound treatments.

So now, I can say that the drug trial I am interested in that's the purified resin plant used by Greeks for medicine dating back to the 1800's.   

The biggest complaint anyone has had of the twice weekly injection is swelling at the site of injection.  The trials sounds very safe, and effective.

But you could also try the mastic powder in capsules, chewing mastic gum (carefully), or just try eating a lot of  turkish delight. 


Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2020 7:57 PM
Joined: 12/22/2011
Posts: 1065

What's the name of the drug?  Who's doing the trial? Is it listed in or somewhere else?
Posted: Wednesday, February 5, 2020 10:39 PM
Joined: 2/17/2019
Posts: 379

Its called Mastic, and it also has a chemical name. Just a sec. They are all in Canada, Ontario and Quebec.

Its called RPh201

By the company called Regenera.


4 RecruitingA Clinical Study Evaluating the Efficacy and Safety of RPh201 Treatment in Individuals With Alzheimer's Disease With or Without Coexisting Cerebrovascular Disease

  • Mild to Moderate Dementia Due to Alzheimer's Disease
  • With or Without Coexisting Cerebrovascular Disease
  • Drug: RPh201
  • Other: Placebo
  • Kawartha Centre - Redefining Healthy Aging
    Peterborough, Ontario, Canada
  • Toronto Memory Program
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Gerontion Research Inc., The Center for Memory & Aging
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • (and 2 more...)