Friday, December 07, 2012

Botox and anti-botox

Botox and Anti-Botox.
Andre Willers
8 Dec 2012
Botox is a semi-hibernation drug . Look at the Sulfur in the molecule . Anti-botox would then be a variant of recovering from hibernation .
Discussion :
1.This explains a lot of things .
2.Why should a simple bacterium have evolved such a powerful block ? Because it is a left-over from hibernation systems .
3.It is far more than a simple acetylcholine block . It originally stopped nerve transmission dead , as part of the H2S hibernation .
4.The system treats the damage as peripheral neuropathy . This can be treated (see previous posts)
5.Reprogramming the astrocytes . See appendix I . The same thing .
They used continual electrical stimulation of the notochord . No training . the body repaired itself .I presume that the same will hold for anti-botox .
6. We would prefer a chemical . Luckily one is at hand :
The anti-botox .
Alpha lipoic acid .
7. What does all this crap mean ?
It means that you can freeze muscles by using botox , then unfreeze them in particular patterns using Alpha Lipoic Acid .
8.Small concentrations of botox puts muscles in hibernation . Smaller concentrations of ALA restores the non-frown bits .
9.Interesting question : How many anti-botox (ie anti-hibernation) points on the face are needed to show animation ? My guess is about six . Humans are simple .
10. The Good doctor can make money by taking away the wrinkles all over , and restoring them in the meaningful places . With full consent , of course .
11.I must admit . I did not expect a full Hibernation – antiHibernation system so ready at hand .

Lethargically yours
Appendix I
Paralysis breakthrough: spinal cord damage repaired
• Updated 13:19 25 October 2012 by Helen Thomson
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Paralysis may no longer mean life in a wheelchair. A man who is paralysed from the trunk down has recovered the ability to stand and move his legs unaided thanks to training with an electrical implant.
Andrew Meas of Louisville, Kentucky, says it has changed his life (see "I suddenly noticed I can move my pinkie", below). The stimulus provided by the implant is thought to have either strengthened persistent "silent" connections across his damaged spinal cord or even created new ones, allowing him to move even when the implant is switched off.
The results are potentially revolutionary, as they indicate that the spinal cord is able to recover its function years after becoming damaged.
Appendix II
Reprogramming it
Alpha lipoic Acid

Previous studies in animals with lower limb paralysis have shown that continuous electrical stimulation of the spinal cord below the area of damage allows an animal to stand and perform Lipoic acid (LA), also known as α-lipoic acid[2] and alpha lipoic acid (ALA)[3] is an organosulfur compound derived from octanoic acid. LA contains two sulfur atoms (at C6 and C8) connected by a disulfide bond and is thus considered to be oxidized (although either sulfur atom can exist in higher oxidation states)locomotion-like movements. That's because ...

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