Can Always Ask Tim

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lampspost wrote: Mon Jan 03, 2022 6:58 am Yes I am getting a little curious about curiousman. Asks a lot of questions that Tim can't or shouldn't answer. Maybe I have been reading the stock boards to much but it is getting close to not passing smell test in my opinion.
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Meso didn’t perform. Simple. Nothing to be curious about, really. If I WAS curious though, I might go down under and ask the CEO at Mesoblast? I wonder if their CEO has an opinion on TSOI/JadiCell?? For curiosities sake.
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Tim

With increasing evidence that Quadramune is effective against SARS COV 2 spike protein induced inflammation, have you considered the power of Search terms for COVID supplements when it comes to sites like GNC, Amazon, or the Medicine Shoppe. As far as I know, these e commerce sites don’t have a search term for supplements for COVID, which is unfortunate. Have you considered partnering with any of these e-commerce platforms so that there is a search term for COVID supplements? This could be a great marketing tool with Amazon, GNC, etc, especially after you do the necessary trials?

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We are on Amazon now and learning the ropes and will try to take advantage of every tool they offer. Thanks for the ideas though I hadn't really thought about that.
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Tim I am on quadramune now and have been for a couple 3 months now. My question is on nanostillbene. I am interested in it but what exactly will it do for me. How long do you take it and do you take it with quadramune at the same time. I am in my early 70's and in decent health. So do i even need to take it. What will it actually do for me. Also is there other products i need to consider.

I am not one to go to a doctor. I basically tough things out on its own. I let my body do its own healing which has so far worked out great. But i also realize i am getting older and may need to look ahead.
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Glad to hear you are in good health - thats always a good place to be. So, quadramune contains 4 ingredients. 1) pterostilbene 2) sulforaphane 3) EGCg and 4) thymoquinone. NanoStilbene contains pterostilbene. You are already getting the pterostilbene now in the QM. The dose of pterostilbene in quadramune is 250mg. So in a clinical trial we found most people could metabolize about 300mg of pterostilbene in a day so theoretically you could add some nanostilbene to your intake. The question really is do you need to? If you say hey i'm feeling pretty good and ive been on QM for three months I think you are doing pretty good and can just keep up what you are doing now. However, if you would like to try a sample I can send you a small sample bottle for you to try and you could add .50 ml (half millilter) for a week or something and see if you notice any added benefit.
A2Z wrote: Tue Jan 04, 2022 4:32 pm Tim I am on quadramune now and have been for a couple 3 months now. My question is on nanostillbene. I am interested in it but what exactly will it do for me. How long do you take it and do you take it with quadramune at the same time. I am in my early 70's and in decent health. So do i even need to take it. What will it actually do for me. Also is there other products i need to consider.

I am not one to go to a doctor. I basically tough things out on its own. I let my body do its own healing which has so far worked out great. But i also realize i am getting older and may need to look ahead.
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Tim,

Ran across an interesting peptide study on Covid .. I am curious .. any sort of study in herpetic patients on Quadramune? .. i am not qualified enough to put two and two together but I see references to peptides and IL this and IL that .. when I find studies along the same lines often wonder if you’ve seen any effects .. one would surmise if a treatment is effective on a virus like Covid it may be possible to treat others and visa versa.. talk about a huge virtually untapped market. Now Alyclovir? And resistance to …. Which is how i found this article .. the thought of Alcyclovir treating Covid led me to this peptide convo and now off on the tangent of Quadramune in other viral suppression. Any evidence of efficacy there; suppression of the herpes virus?

https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/pres ... erpes.html


“In the body, antimicrobial peptides such as LL-37 help keep viruses, bacteria, fungi, cancer cells and even parasites under control,” says Annelise Barron, Ph.D


MB1972 wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 2:33 pm Tim, with tdy's news on QM along w/ ivermectin is there any interest in using QM with other therapies which seem to help the reduce lung inflammation/ cytokine storms which seems to be the cause of ppl entering the hospital/ ICU .. Ive read about two in particular Aviptadil ( a natural peptide which has a 20 yr history of safety) and Bucillamine ( which is currently used for arthritis in Japan& Korea) Aviptadil is currently phase 3 awaiting EUA for Covid use ... Only by IV in hospital setting..Buci ( also in phase3) is in a pill form so it could be used along w/QM for CV2 use.. Just a thought
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I think I got off on the wrong foot here. No I am not Cody. I'm not trying to insult anyone quite the contrary. I am someone who follows science and technology very closely, have been since I was 18, am now 33. It's funny I have been reading science news like a hawk since at least 2010 but had never ever heard of mesenchymal stem cells til January 2018, when famous actor Mel Gibson and Dr. Neil Riordan went on the Joe Rogan show to talk about how umbilical cord mesenchymal stem cells saved Mel's father's life from certain death at 92, Hutton Gibson at 92 was slumped over in his wheel chair and could barely talk, he was dying of multiple organ failure. So they took him to the the Mayo Clinic and they said if you don't leave him here he'll be dead in 2 weeks. Mel Gibson's brother through the internet had heard about stem cells in Panama.

So they flew Hutton Gibson down to Panama and gave him an infusion of UC-MSCs and shot some locally into his arthritic hips. Mel says his recovery was miraculous. Hutton Gibson lived to the age 101 when honestly he should have been dead at 92. So this is how I became aware of mesenchymal stem cells. Dr. Neil Riordan published a book in 2017 called "stem cell therapy: a rising tide" where he goes over his journey experimenting with MSCs and how he tried using autologous adipose tissue (stomach fat) derived MSCs and then eventually found that umbilical cord MSCs work the best! I read this book and I remember very well how at one point it made me cry a tear of astonishment, I was so astonished by the book that I shed about two tears. Umbilical cord MSCs I learned from Neil Riordan are fucking revolutionary! It can treat or cure many diseases, it almost sounds too good to be true. Take multiple sclerosis for example, in Neil Riodan's book he tells you that a lot of MS sufferers come to his clinic in Panama because his stem cells are the only thing that helps them, for many who come all of their symptoms completely vanish after an infusion of UC-MSCs (some need to come back once a year and others only need to come back every 2 or 3 years so it's not a one time cure but it's pretty fucking good though!)

Also take for example congestive heart failure. In Neil Riordan's book there is a chapter on heart failure where he will give you examples of people who were literally dying of congestive heart failure but were cured after a one time infusion of UC-MSCs. So an ejection fraction is how much blood your heart is pumping out, a normal ejection fraction is between 50% to 75%, the people who went to Neil's clinic in Panama had low ejection fractions, one had an ejection fraction lower than 30 (remember this is all from my memory) which qualified him for the heart transplant list but the man was too old so he didn't qualify, they only put younger people on the heart transplant list. These people's ejection fractions all went back to the normal range after getting UC-MSCs in Panama effectively meaning they were cured. And guess what you can read this chapter from Neil's book for free right here, just click this PDF link. https://www.cellmedicine.com/wp-content ... ter-RS.pdf

So like I said while I was reading this book I cried because I was so shocked and astonished. There really is a cure for congestive heart failure now! THIS IS HUGE!

So ever since I read Neil's book I've been wondering when the day will come when all Americans can get access to this life saving stuff. There are Americans suffering right now who need it.

Now mesenchymal stem cells work by going into the body and secreting molecules that stimulate the body to heal itself, these molecules are called "exosomes". You can actually skip the stem cells and just use the exosomes to the same effect! The future is bright.

Tim how did you first learn about MSCs and what convinced you that UC-MSCs are the best option? Any plans for exosomes in the future?
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At this point we haven't looked at that specifically. We employ peptides broadly in lots of our IP - if you browse this stemvacs patent you will find ample discussion on how we use peptides to create antigens to things like sars/cov2, cancer, etc. https://patents.justia.com/patent/20210393681
4realz wrote: Tue Jan 04, 2022 5:10 pm Tim,

Ran across an interesting peptide study on Covid .. I am curious .. any sort of study in herpetic patients on Quadramune? .. i am not qualified enough to put two and two together but I see references to peptides and IL this and IL that .. when I find studies along the same lines often wonder if you’ve seen any effects .. one would surmise if a treatment is effective on a virus like Covid it may be possible to treat others and visa versa.. talk about a huge virtually untapped market. Now Alyclovir? And resistance to …. Which is how i found this article .. the thought of Alcyclovir treating Covid led me to this peptide convo and now off on the tangent of Quadramune in other viral suppression. Any evidence of efficacy there; suppression of the herpes virus?

https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/pres ... erpes.html


“In the body, antimicrobial peptides such as LL-37 help keep viruses, bacteria, fungi, cancer cells and even parasites under control,” says Annelise Barron, Ph.D


MB1972 wrote: Thu Sep 16, 2021 2:33 pm Tim, with tdy's news on QM along w/ ivermectin is there any interest in using QM with other therapies which seem to help the reduce lung inflammation/ cytokine storms which seems to be the cause of ppl entering the hospital/ ICU .. Ive read about two in particular Aviptadil ( a natural peptide which has a 20 yr history of safety) and Bucillamine ( which is currently used for arthritis in Japan& Korea) Aviptadil is currently phase 3 awaiting EUA for Covid use ... Only by IV in hospital setting..Buci ( also in phase3) is in a pill form so it could be used along w/QM for CV2 use.. Just a thought
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Tim how did you first learn about MSCs and what convinced you that UC-MSCs are the best option? Any plans for exosomes in the future?
I have been studying msc's since 2015. Not all uc-msc's are created equal if you will. I was introduced to the work of Dr. Amit Patel and followed all of his work and decided that his uc-msc, the JadiCell was the cell I wanted. And the rest as they say is history. JadiCells come with their own exosomes and we are deeply interested in them for a variety of reasons. Below is the history of JadiCells. First discovery was in 2010. That dissection proved to be contaminated with undesired proteins and a new dissection was done and the attached paper from 2013 describes that and the subsequent patent.

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Tim yes i would like to try a sample bottle of nanotillbene that you offered. You already have my mailing info as i have been on quadramune for the last 2-3 months.

I want to thank you very much for the offer
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