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Post by Chromium6 on Sat Dec 21, 2019 3:51 am

I'm Chromium6 (Cr6) on this board. I wanted to post a progress of my own bio-hacking with Harmine, BCG-Vaccines and Type-1 diabetes along with enhancers for better bio-effects.

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I don't want to make this claim lightly since I have had Type-1 diabetes for over 50 years and have lived with the effects of hyperglycemia and hypoglycemic effects on body and mind. After learning about Miles Mathis' Charge Field, I have become more active in bio-hacking to see what can done to remediate the "Conciousness" problem with the diabetic mind. As we know from literature, the brain relies on glutamate to fuel ATP for proper brain function.  When a diabetic brain falls below usually 60 mg/dl of glucose in the blood stream, the mind will be greatly affected with episodes of memory loss-incorrect idealization-failure of current reality-perception and a drift to "non-reality" and narrow perception.  It is similar to a psychedelic trip, hypoglycemia, and it can debilitate clear thinking.

My program which has allowed me to see accurately without issues is the following:

1. BCG vaccine - taken in May of 2019 which provided a massive amount of bovine-mycobacterium that my immune system had to handle.
2. PPD tests that present a small amount of mycobacterium to my immune system.
3. Harmine from Syrian Rue seeds which is known to initiate beta-cell genesis as does Ayahausca both are beta-carboline inihibitors.
4. Kratom which is a blood sugar enhancer and potentiates Harmine's effects (at least for me).
5. Benfotiamine-DHEA-IGF1-Berberine-trace minerals-PQQ - this combination has enhanced blood-sugar regulation.
6. NAD+ intake
7. Genipin (occasionally take on a weekend. Note that it will put you to sleep after taking it and can't be taken too often.)

The claim of the partial cure comes from the fact that I no longer suffer from hypoglycemia even after taking a large dose (10+ units) of R-Insulin. My blood-sugar does drop but my body is apparently using a novo-channel/reaction of sensitive glucagon to remediate the low blood sugar as seen with non-diabetics. This is new for me. I generally would lose my mind as the insulin reaction ensued. Note I still take insulin but I'm my body responds to it more like a non-diabetic and not as a T1D as I have been for many years.

The claim of the partial cure is that I can skip or greatly lower my insulin injections and not face hyperglycemia hours later. I actually for the first time, forget to take insulin. This occurs particularly after taking Harmine.

The range of my blood sugars has narrowed considerably. I no longer face abnormal lows or abnormal high blood sugars. High blood sugars are generally below 250 mg/dl after a meal and lows above 70 mg/dl. I don't urinate frequently with slightly high blood sugar anymore.

Effects of this regimen have been the following:

1. Stable thinking without paranoia of low blood sugar.  I just go on with the day instead of massive self-checking in my mind and blood sugar tests.
2. Massive hair growth never seen before on my arms, pelvic area, legs, stomach and chest.  In the last 6 months, I have seen body-hair growing that has never existed since puberty in the early 1980s. This part is remarkable as it shows improved cell genesis that I never had before.
3. Muscle growth has been better. Reaction speed has improved.
4. Mental clarity is much more enhanced. I remember everything now and not just when my blood-sugar was in proper range.
5. Sexual power has improved. I feel much younger and my wife has noticed a lot of Positive changes.

I'll keep you all updated on this regimen. Looks to be working well and have lost weight and increased strength with it. Note berberine-metformin can lower proper muscle growth but the increase of IGF-1 can compensate for this effect.  Wink


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Post by Chromium6 on Sat Dec 21, 2019 4:09 am

Related research applied:
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ORLANDO -- Patients with long-standing type 1 diabetes given the bacillus Calmette-Guerin (BCG) vaccine showed modestly better glycemic control through a mechanism that appeared to be epigenetic, according to a long-term follow-up study that has generated controversy here.

Starting after the third year of follow-up in the 46 patients in early-phase trials, hemoglobin A1c levels were lower among patients who got the two doses of the tuberculosis vaccine (6.18% vs 7.07% with placebo and 7.22% among untreated T1D patients, P=0.02).

Among the phase I randomized trial patients followed for 8 years, A1c levels were 6.65% versus 7.22% in the placebo group (P=0.0002), Denise Faustman, MD, PhD, of the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Immunobiology Laboratory in Boston, and colleagues reported at the American Diabetes Association annual meeting, days after publication of the overall findings in npj Vaccines.

"The impact of BCG on blood sugars in human T1D appears to be the result of a novel mechanism; a systemic shift in glucose metabolism from oxidative phosphorylation to aerobic glycolysis" by epigenetic induction of the Treg cells that maintain tolerance to prevent autoimmune disease, according to the late-breaking poster.

"The phase I trial was not designed to track insulin use, but we have documented incidences of patients' [sic] significantly reducing or stopping insulin use for short time periods," a document from Faustman's institutional press release said. "These are observations not clinical trial outcomes. The ongoing phase II trial will closely monitor insulin use in all patients."

https://www.medpagetoday.com/meetingcoverage/ada/73696
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I don't recommend taking Kratom without checking with a doctor. It has helped though. Long used as a Type-2 Diabetes drug in Asia. May have health risks though with liver toxicity.
https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0376871617305586

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Harmine and Diabetes:

https://www.diabetes.co.uk/news/2015/mar/harmine-drug-that-restores-beta-cells-seen-as-key-diabetes-treatment-91533665.html

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https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/acel.13028


Reversal of epigenetic aging and immunosenescent trends in humans

Gregory M. Fahy
Robert T. Brooke
James P. Watson
Zinaida Good
Shreyas S. Vasanawala
Holden Maecker
Michael D. Leipold
David T. S. Lin
Michael S. Kobor
Steve Horvath
First published: 08 September 2019
https://doi.org/10.1111/acel.13028
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Epigenetic “clocks” can now surpass chronological age in accuracy for estimating biological age. Here, we use four such age estimators to show that epigenetic aging can be reversed in humans. Using a protocol intended to regenerate the thymus, we observed protective immunological changes, improved risk indices for many age‐related diseases, and a mean epigenetic age approximately 1.5 years less than baseline after 1 year of treatment (−2.5‐year change compared to no treatment at the end of the study). The rate of epigenetic aging reversal relative to chronological age accelerated from −1.6 year/year from 0–9 month to −6.5 year/year from 9–12 month. The GrimAge predictor of human morbidity and mortality showed a 2‐year decrease in epigenetic vs. chronological age that persisted six months after discontinuing treatment. This is to our knowledge the first report of an increase, based on an epigenetic age estimator, in predicted human lifespan by means of a currently accessible aging intervention.
1 INTRODUCTION

Population aging is an increasingly important problem in developed countries, bringing with it a host of medical, social, economic, political, and psychological problems (Rae et al., 2010). Over the last several years, many biomedical approaches to ameliorating aging have been investigated in animal models, and some of these seem able to reverse general aspects of aging in adult mammals based on a variety of physiological measurements (Das et al., 2018; Ocampo et al., 2016; Zhang et al., 2017). However, to date, evidence that systemic aging can be reversed has not been substantiated by determinations of epigenetic age, which can now provide a simple but compelling indication of biological as opposed to chronological age (Horvath & Raj, 2018; Jylhava, Pedersen, & Hagg, 2017). In addition, there is a need to specifically address immunosenescence stemming from thymic involution (Bodey, Bodey, Siegel, & Kaiser, 1997). Thymic involution leads to the depletion of critical immune cell populations (Arnold, Wolf, Brunner, Herndler‐Brandstetter, & Grubeck‐Loebenstein, 2011), resulting in a collapse of the T‐cell receptor (TCR) repertoire in humans after the age of ~63 (Naylor et al., 2005), and is linked to age‐related increases in cancer incidence (Falci et al., 2013), infectious disease (Ventevogel & Sempowski, 2013), autoimmune conditions (Goronzy & Weyand, 2003), generalized inflammation (Goronzy & Weyand, 2003), atherosclerosis (Dai, Zhang, Wang, Wu, & Liang, 2018), and all‐cause mortality (Fernando‐Martinez et al., 2013; Roberts‐Thomson, Whittingham, Youngschaiyud, & Mackay, 1974; Strindhall et al., 2007). In contrast, maintained immune function is seen in centenarians (Strindhall et al., 2007). Although thymic function in aging also depends on the supply of T‐cell progenitors from the bone marrow, which declines in relation to the output of myeloid HSCs with age (Akunuru & Geiger, 2016), the net number of lymphoid precursors does not change with age (Montecino‐Rodriguez et al., 2019), and migration of T‐cell precursors from the bone marrow also appears to depend on thymic function (Haar, Taubenberger, Doane, & Kenyon, 1989).

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Hypothesis: Berberine Potential in Diabetic Osteopathy

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Possible therapeutic potential of berberine in diabetic osteopathy.

Diabetic osteopathy is a complication that leads to decreased bone mineral density, bone formation and having high risk of fractures that heals slowly. Diabetic osteopathy is a result of increase in osteoclastogenesis and decrease in osteoblastogenesis. Various factors viz., oxidative stress, increased inflammatory markers, PPAR-γ activation in osteoblast, activation of apoptotic pathway, increased glucose levels and inhibitory effect on parathyroid hormone etc. are mainly responsible for decreased bone mineral density. Berberine is an isoquinoline alkaloid widely used in Asian countries as a traditional medicine. Berberine is extensively reported to be an antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antidiabetic, and having potential to treat diabetic complications and glucocorticoid induced osteoporosis. The osteoclastogenesis decreasing property of berberine can be hypothesized for inhibiting diabetic osteopathy. In addition, chronic treatment of berberine will be helpful for increasing the osteoblastic activity and expression of the modulators that affect osteoblastic differentiation. The apoptotic pathways stimulated due to increased inflammatory markers and nucleic acid damages could be reduced due to berberine. Another important consideration that berberine is having stimulatory effect on glucagon like peptide release and insulin sensitization that will be helpful for decreasing glucose levels and therefore, may exerts osteogenesis. Thiazolidinediones show bone loss due to activation of PPAR-γ in osteoblasts, whereas berberine stimulates PPAR-γ only in adipocytes and not in osteoblasts, and therefore the decreased bone loss due to use of thiazolidinediones may not be observed in berberine treatment conditions. Berberine decreases the advanced glycation end-products (AGE) formation in diabetic condition which will be ultimately helpful to decrease the stiffness of collagen fibers due to AGE-induced cross linking. Lastly, it is also reported that berberine has inhibitory effect on parathyroid hormone and enhances marker genes like osteocalcin, which are responsible for the osteoblastic activity. From these evidences, we hypothesized that berberine may have potential in the treatment of diabetic osteopathy.

Rahigude AB, Kaulaskar SV, Bhutada PS
Med. Hypotheses Oct 2012
PMID: 22840327

http://osteoporosis-studies.com/hypothesis-berberine-potential-in-diabetic-osteopathy/


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Metabolic features of the cell danger response
http://naviauxlab.ucsd.edu/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/cell_danger_response.pdf
https://chronicillnesstraumastudies.com/cell-danger-response-disease/

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Post by LongtimeAirman on Mon Jan 06, 2020 1:53 pm

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Cr6, The positive results you've reported are wonderful - congratulations.

I must admit I'm taken aback by your bio-hacking post. I needed to think before replying. The technical details are of course well beyond me, nevertheless I can appreciate your sharing some your own circumstance, and some difficult choices you've made, such as your creating your own life-changing intake program. Quite an achievement.

I don't understand why you attribute your success to the charge field. Care to elaborate?
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LongtimeAirman wrote:.
Cr6, The positive results you've reported are wonderful - congratulations.

I must admit I'm taken aback by your bio-hacking post. I needed to think before replying. The technical details are of course well beyond me, nevertheless I can appreciate your sharing some your own circumstance, and some difficult choices you've made, such as your creating your own life-changing intake program. Quite an achievement.

I don't understand why you attribute your success to the charge field. Care to elaborate?
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Thanks LTAM. Didn't want to make a big deal out of it. It is just something I decided to try after following Miles. That link on Harmine causing UV light fluorescence and how the human body creates energy with insulin and food got me looking into this deeper. Harmine radiates-directs the charge field on a wide spectrum in vivo. Taking a regimen now that is working for me pretty well. Would not say it is a full fix but getting rid of hypoglycemia has been fantastic.  

Just thought if I get hit by a car tomorrow or something like that at least I'll have a post here that others might use. I'm still insulin dependent but don't get hypoglycemia like I used to. This is after multiple days of testing this year. We'll see where it goes from here. Very Happy

Most of this approach is from assorted research papers published over the last 5 years. All of my family is riddled with auto-immune issues related to the Thymus so it is genetic to some degree.

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Post by Chromium6 on Tue Jan 07, 2020 3:15 am

More at link:  https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/plant-hallucinogen-holds-hope-for-diabetes-treatment/

Plant Hallucinogen Holds Hope for Diabetes Treatment

A potent molecular cocktail containing a compound from ayahuasca spurs rapid growth of insulin-producing cells

   By Emily Willingham on December 21, 2018

Ayahuasca cooking. Credit: Lisa Johnson Getty Images

For centuries, some indigenous groups in South America have relied on a brew made from the parts of a local vine and a shrub. The effects of this drink, called ayahuasca, would begin with severe vomiting and diarrhea, but the real reason for drinking the tea was the hallucinating that followed. These visions were thought to uncover the secrets of the drinker’s poor health and point the way to a cure.

Modern techniques have revealed that one of the compounds underlying these mystic experiences is the psychoactive drug harmine. What these first users of ayahuasca couldn’t have known was that, one day, this ingredient in their enlightening brew would be positioned as a key to treating diabetes.

Such a cure is a long way off, but researchers took another step toward it when they combined naturally occurring harmine with a compound synthesized from scratch in a lab. Together, the pair can coax the insulin-producing pancreatic cells, called beta cells, into replicating at the fastest rates ever reported, according to findings published December 20 in Cell Metabolism.

Type 1 diabetes arises when the body turns on these cells and destroys them. Type 2 diabetes develops when these same cells wear out and can no longer make insulin. Either effect is a point of no return because the beta cells we make in early life are the only ones we’ll ever have.

If this pair of compounds eventually inches into the treatment toolbox, refreshing a faded cell population could become a reality and a possible treatment for diabetes. “Looking back 10 years or so, we questioned whether human beta cells could even be coaxed into dividing,’ says Justin Annes, assistant professor of medicine and endocrinology at Stanford University, who also works on beta cell proliferation, with a separate investigator group. “But what began as a fantasy has become aspiration, and perhaps in the coming years, will be a reality.”

One stop on the trip to that reality was a 2015 study showing that harmine treatment of beta cells in a dish promoted their increase at a rate of about 2 percent per day. A promising beginning, says study author Andrew Stewart, scientific director of the Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism Institute at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, but a little too slow for someone who needs a replacement population.

In this newest study, Stewart and his colleagues show that combining harmine with a synthetic inhibitor of another molecule kicks up the rate to 5–8 percent on average, and as high as 18 percent using some growth recipes.(Kratom for me apparently --Cr6)  The one–two punch of this chemical pair isn’t the only possible combination, and other groups also are working on various pairings, Stewart says. Annes and his colleagues have identified several compounds that hold similar promise for pushing insulin-producing cells to reproduce.  

“Basically, we’re all competing, but we all know each other so we share reagents and ideas,” says Stewart. “Different people have identified different drugs that make beta cells replicate.” His lab chose harmine because it’s the one they pulled out of their screening of 100,000 compounds in 2015, but “I don’t think harmine is especially better than any other one,” he says.

In 2006, another group of researchers plucked harmine from a molecular haystack in a search for chemicals that interact with a protein associated with Down syndrome. Studies that followed showed harmine’s role in many body systems, including the gut and the brain, explaining in part the effects of ayahuasca on its earliest adopters.

Harmine interferes with an enzyme called dual-specificity tyrosine-regulated kinase 1A, or DYRK1A. Like harmine, DYRK1A operates in a host of tissues.  It helps, for one, in shaping the central nervous system during embryonic development. First identified because of its key involvement in Down syndrome, its routine duty is to add chemical tags to molecules to switch them on or off.

The other molecule in the synergizing pair is an inhibitor of a group of proteins in the transforming growth factor-beta superfamily (TGFβSF). As with DYRK1A, these proteins are active in a large number of body processes, including cell proliferation.

Stewart and his team homed in on TGFβSF and DYRK1A after probing the secrets of cells from benign pancreatic tumors called insulinomas. They reasoned that if they could pinpoint what made these tumors grow, they could co-opt that information to encourage growth of normal beta cells. Their exploration uncovered DYRK1A and TGFβSF-related targets.

Inhibiting these molecules in human beta cells in a dish shuts down the cell regulators that usually keep the brakes on cancer’s out-of-control cell growth. Because harmine and TGFβSF inhibitor release this brake and DYRK1A and TGFβSF are active in many tissues, any treatment involving the pair of inhibitors must be closely targeted. “Certainly, we have a long way to go before these medications can be used in humans,” says Annes, calling the concern about cancer risk “reasonable.”  

Adding to that concern is that harmine affects other cell types, says Klaus Kaestner, professor of genetics and associate director of the Penn Diabetes Research Center at the University of Pennsylvania, who was not involved in the study. In 2016, his group reported that harmine triggers many types of hormone-producing cells to divide, including other cells in the pancreas. (Enchanced glucagon production for me apparently...--Cr6)
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Diabetes: New drug cocktail increases human beta cell proliferation at rapid rates

Date:
December 20, 2018
Source:
The Mount Sinai Hospital / Mount Sinai School of Medicine
Summary:
Researchers have discovered a novel combination of two classes of drugs that induces the highest rate of proliferation ever observed in adult human beta cells -- the cells in the pancreas that produce insulin. The result is an important step toward a diabetes treatment that restores the body's ability to produce insulin.

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Researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have discovered a novel combination of two classes of drugs that induces the highest rate of proliferation ever observed in adult human beta cells -- the cells in the pancreas that produce insulin. The result is an important step toward a diabetes treatment that restores the body's ability to produce insulin.

The finding involved one drug that inhibits the enzyme dual specificity tyrosine-regulated kinase 1A (DYRK1A) and another that inhibits transforming growth factor beta superfamily members (TGFβSF). Together, they caused the cells to proliferate at a rate of 5 to 8 percent per day. The study, titled "Combined Inhibition of DYRK1A, SMAD and Trithorax Pathways Synergizes to Induce Robust Replication in Adult Human Beta Cells," was published today in Cell Metabolism.

"We are very excited about this new observation because for the first time, we are able to see rates of human cell beta cell replication that are sufficient to replenish beta cell mass in human beings," said Andrew Stewart, MD, Director of the Mount Sinai Diabetes, Obesity, and Metabolism Institute and lead author of the study. "We have discovered a drug combination that makes beta cells regenerate at rates that are suitable for treatment. The next big hurdle is figuring out how to deliver them directly to the pancreas."

According to Dr. Stewart, none of the diabetes drugs currently on the market can induce beta cell regeneration in people with diabetes. In parallel with the Mount Sinai work, other researchers are studying pancreatic transplantation, beta cell transplantation, and stem cell replacement of beta cells for people with diabetes, but none of these approaches is in widespread use. Approximately 30 million people in the United States have diabetes and nearly 50 to 80 million more are living with prediabetes (also called "metabolic syndrome"). Diabetes occurs when there are not enough beta cells in the pancreas, or when those beta cells secrete too little insulin, the hormone required to keep blood sugar levels in the normal range. Diabetes can lead to major medical complications: heart attack, stroke, kidney failure, blindness, and limb amputation.

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2018/12/181220111759.htm

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Post by Chromium6 on Tue Jan 21, 2020 9:23 pm

Cucumin is a fairly strong TGfB inhibitor.

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Combined Inhibition of DYRK1A, SMAD, and Trithorax Pathways Synergizes to Induce Robust Replication in Adult Human Beta Cells.

Wang P1, Karakose E1, Liu H1, Swartz E1, Ackeifi C1, Zlatanic V1, Wilson J1, González BJ2, Bender A1, Takane KK1, Ye L3, Harb G3, Pagliuca F3, Homann D1, Egli D2, Argmann C4, Scott DK

Abstract

Small-molecule inhibitors of dual-specificity tyrosine-regulated kinase 1A (DYRK1A) induce human beta cells to proliferate, generating a labeling index of 1.5%-3%. Here, we demonstrate that combined pharmacologic inhibition of DYRK1A and transforming growth factor beta superfamily (TGFβSF)/SMAD signaling generates remarkable further synergistic increases in human beta cell proliferation (average labeling index, 5%-8%, and as high as 15%-18%), and increases in both mouse and human beta cell numbers. This synergy reflects activation of cyclins and cdks by DYRK1A inhibition, accompanied by simultaneous reductions in key cell-cycle inhibitors (CDKN1C and CDKN1A). The latter results from interference with the basal Trithorax- and SMAD-mediated transactivation of CDKN1C and CDKN1A. Notably, combined DYRK1A and TGFβ inhibition allows preservation of beta cell differentiated function.

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