June 17, 2020 at 12:37 pm #19801
The UK MS Society has just reported on this latest research that works so far in mice.
Ursolic acid a compound found in some fruit peels, herbs and spices has been found to do this.
There is no evidence yet that it works in humans.
Supposedly you can though buy it as a supplement.
So I’m going off now to check.
Are you tempted at all?
June 18, 2020 at 11:59 am #19802
So, I’ve given it a go.
I take a myriad of supplements that might possibly help MS.
Some like Biotin have recently proved to be worthless. Still, it’s flogged as being ‘Support for Healthy Hair, Skin and Nails’ so at least I’m giving myself the chance at being lustrous!
I bought the below off British eBay for £20 – the below is from UK Amazon.£8 more with del but a better sales pitch!
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June 20, 2020 at 10:16 am #19805
June 21, 2020 at 4:29 am #19808Collette RandallParticipant
A compound found in the peels of some fruits, such as apples and prunes, may reduce neuron damage and promote myelin repair, a mouse model study has found.
June 22, 2020 at 8:04 am #19810
Hi Ed & hello Collette
Practically every study I’ve flagged up or read about seems to be tested on mice! I’ve highlighted this recent study before questioning the validity of all mice research on us humans.
So as much as I agree with your valid skepticism Ed – think my MS advancement has me now grasping at straws. Despite the plastic ones being terrible for the environment! x
PS Counter with Tom Petty ‘This Old Town’ – admittedly only mention of rodents is ‘Rats to Kill’ but love his music.
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