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Topic Title: Study: Hair Loss, Baldness, and Prostate Cancer are Linked; Lilac Corp Introduces Nolopecia, a Natural Remedy for Stimulating Hair Growth
Topic Summary: Nolopecia targets the increase in DHT and AR associated with hair loss and balding
Created On: 01/25/2018 08:30 PM
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 01/25/2018 08:30 PM
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Nolopecia targets the increase in DHT and AR associated with hair loss and balding

https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/study-hair-loss-baldness-and-prostate-cancer-are-linked-lilac-corp-introduces-nolopecia-a-natural-remedy-for-stimulating-hair-growth-300586684.html
 01/26/2018 01:48 PM
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Interesting theory but is there any proof that using this product results in hair growth? One of the most potent antivirals is Butylated hydroxytoluene (bht) and I have not heard of any anecdotal reports that it helps to regrow hair.
 01/30/2018 04:15 AM
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This caught my eye:

http://nolopecia.com

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Latent viruses. Viruses can be in a latent or active state. Most people harbor a latent viral infection with more than 90% infected with EBV, more than 70% infected with CMV, and more than 90% infected with HSV-1 in many nations. [5] Viruses in their latent state are often dismissed as harmless. However, Hanan Polansky shows in his book 'Microcompetition with Foreign DNA and the Origin of Chronic Disease' that latent viruses can cause disease. [6]
According to Dr. Hanan Polansky, the genes of common latent viruses compete with the human genes for specific factors found in the nucleus of the cell. The viruses are often stronger and win this competition. Since these factors are rare, the viruses reduce the availability of these factors to the human genes. This causes abnormal production of proteins in the human host.

Dr. Polansky called the fight between viral genes and human genes microcompetition. [6]
In the case of hair loss, microcompetition between the viral genes and the genes of the two proteins 5?-R and AR causes an increase in the production of these two proteins. When the two proteins reach a high level, the hair follicles start to decrease in size, resulting in hair loss. [2],[3]

How does Nolapecia work?

Nolapecia targets the latent viruses in the body. This helps the body maintain normal levels of the 5?-R, DHT, and AR proteins, which stimulates hair growth. There are many treatments for hair loss. However, only Nolapecia targets the latent viruses that cause the increase in 5?-R, DHT, and AR in both men and women.

I always believed majority diseases including MPB is linked to viruses, one particular being HSV as 80% population have this virus. The best way to eradicate viruses is use something like MMS and colloidal silver alongside a healthy alkaline diet that consists of non GMO and chemically treated crap!
 01/31/2018 05:39 PM
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Originally posted by: jazzb

This caught my eye:



http://nolopecia.com



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Latent viruses. Viruses can be in a latent or active state. Most people harbor a latent viral infection with more than 90% infected with EBV, more than 70% infected with CMV, and more than 90% infected with HSV-1 in many nations. [5] Viruses in their latent state are often dismissed as harmless. However, Hanan Polansky shows in his book 'Microcompetition with Foreign DNA and the Origin of Chronic Disease' that latent viruses can cause disease. [6]

According to Dr. Hanan Polansky, the genes of common latent viruses compete with the human genes for specific factors found in the nucleus of the cell. The viruses are often stronger and win this competition. Since these factors are rare, the viruses reduce the availability of these factors to the human genes. This causes abnormal production of proteins in the human host.



Dr. Polansky called the fight between viral genes and human genes microcompetition. [6]

In the case of hair loss, microcompetition between the viral genes and the genes of the two proteins 5?-R and AR causes an increase in the production of these two proteins. When the two proteins reach a high level, the hair follicles start to decrease in size, resulting in hair loss. [2],[3]



How does Nolapecia work?



Nolapecia targets the latent viruses in the body. This helps the body maintain normal levels of the 5?-R, DHT, and AR proteins, which stimulates hair growth. There are many treatments for hair loss. However, only Nolapecia targets the latent viruses that cause the increase in 5?-R, DHT, and AR in both men and women.



I always believed majority diseases including MPB is linked to viruses, one particular being HSV as 80% population have this virus. The best way to eradicate viruses is use something like MMS and colloidal silver alongside a healthy alkaline diet that consists of non GMO and chemically treated crap!


Some people don't bald no matter what. I highly doubt mpb is a virus.
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I am not saying it is a virus causing MPB, you can read the article the same goes with contaminated food! Your acceptable to MPB than anything can trigger high volumes to accumulate more DHT, example consuming foods that contain steroids, pesticides to viruses etc. These can possibly trigger your hormones and release more DHT which in return would accelarate MPB.
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Steroids and hormones are destroyed when you consume them, I really can't wrap my head around that theory. Could be true but there are plenty of people on steroids with a full head of hair and absolutely chalked full of DHT.
 02/06/2018 09:49 PM
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damn this forum is down, but anyways that nolopecia is just another snake oil. Until something with credibility and proof come out, minox, fin and nizoral is our only option, Facts!

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