Did You Know There Are Blood-Brain and Blood-Ocular/Blood-Eye Barriers?

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    Mar 30, 2012 6:37 PM GMT
    I learned about that last night.

    Apparently blood circulates everywhere but nutrients do not circulate everywhere.

    I thought Niacin was the major dilator but there are two other products that I wrote down but cannot find it at the moment that also dilates to the point where the barriers can be overcome.

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    If one takes one of these dilators without them being part of a nutrient mix, isn't a person asking for trouble--opening doors that are closed?

    What is the difference between Niacin and these dilators.

    There are bottled water products that advertise smaller molecules of water for better hydration.

    I have a distiller from www.johnellis.com that produces light water.

    So, two things,

    Tight capillaries are part of the blood brain and eye barriers.
    Light water, apparently, I'm not exactly sure, are part of hydration issues.
  • Dominican_Gen...

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    Mar 30, 2012 11:33 PM GMT
    I am no chemist or anything, but if his water molecules are any smaller than two hydrogen and one oxygen atoms I would have some issues drinking that.
  • shutoman

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    Mar 30, 2012 11:41 PM GMT
    Best comment in the history of Realjock immediately above me :-)
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    Mar 30, 2012 11:48 PM GMT
    There's a name for water that more easily permeates the blood brain barrier icon_twisted.gif


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    Mar 31, 2012 5:33 AM GMT
    Dominican_Gent saidI am no chemist or anything, but if his water molecules are any smaller than two hydrogen and one oxygen atoms I would have some issues drinking that.


    Here's a another water product. It is sold in Whole Foods stores.

    www.pentawater.com

    Note: "...smaller, more readily absorbed water clusters..."

    Shutoman and Dominican_Gent,

    I don't think you all are familiar with water.

    #1 The science behind the processing of water: JohnEllis.com and Penta.

    #2 Masaru Emoto's study of water. Look him up on amazon.com. He's also featured in the movie, What the Bleep.
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    Mar 31, 2012 5:35 AM GMT
    wut

    ohai booze

    *gulp*
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    Mar 31, 2012 4:05 PM GMT
    StephenOABC saidI learned about that last night.

    Apparently blood circulates everywhere but nutrients do not circulate everywhere.

    I thought Niacin was the major dilator but there are two other products that I wrote down but cannot find it at the moment that also dilates to the point where the barriers can be overcome.



    The two vaso-dilators I heard about were Pycnogenol and Vinpocentine. I've heard Pycnogenol is sometimes used by bodybuilders.

    One person who tried to explain the difference between Niacin and Pycnogenol is that Niacin will give you a skin flush whereas Pycnogenol will not.

    I spoke with the gentleman about getting in a sauna after having taken a Niacin supplement. I'd heard of that.

    One type of dilator works on the skin but another doesn't?