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Thread: Anyone still taking 4-AP-3-MEOH?

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    Anyone still taking 4-AP-3-MEOH?

    And are you still purchasing from mod4all? Just curious as I want to try it. I currently take 40mg per day of Fampyra (Ampyra in the States). Dramatic improvement (albeit small) in my first four days ... but long term (it's been five years now) .. my bowel function has improved, DESPITE a slight prolapse. Takes five - ten minutes now again.
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    Hey,
    I have purchased in February 4-AP-3-MEOH from mod4all. He is shipping them with a filler now, 0.5mg 4-AP-3-MeOH and 70mg L-Threonine.filler.
    I like them with no filler as they ship them before - just
    0.5mg 4-AP-3-MeOH in capsules.
    However, in the meantime I got prescribed some medication for my bladder and could not mix with 4-AP-3-MeOH so I have a Load of 280 capsules of 4-AP-3-MeOH sitting on my shelf.
    If you want to try, I can send to you some
    4-AP-3-MeOH . Send me your address in Private message if you want.
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    Kind of you!!! Thanks!!! Message sent. The Canadians on here are way too kind!
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    Which bladder med interferes?
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    I would recommend taking this discussion to PMs. Selling a prescription drug (even if compounded) if you are not a licensed pharmacist can put both the seller and buyer at legal risks.

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    Possible new treatment for spinal cord injuries identified in animal studies

    The compound, 4-aminopyridine-3-methanol, works in a similar way as a drug previously developed at Purdue, 4-aminopyridine (4-AP), which has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat multiple sclerosis.

    https://www.purdue.edu/newsroom/releases/2018/Q2/possible-new-treatment-for-spinal-cord-injuries-identified-in-animal-studies.html

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    Mod4all appears to have become a sham, taking money and promising shipment then nothing...
    I do not recommend.
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    Yikes good to know! Thanks!
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    Any of you think the herb pennyroyal as a tea could act like 4-AP3-MeOH? - Studies conducted on the toxicity of pulegone (in pennyroyal)

    Study conducted on rats shows that pulegone can cause delayed action potential in cardiac muscles.[25]
    Study conducted shows pulegone damaged ovarian tissue in mice. Increased dosages correlated to more severe damage.[26]
    In a study, pulegone was given to female rats through oral administration in doses of 0, 75, or 150 mg/kg of body weight. Individual studies lasted for 4–6 weeks and increased instance of urothelial tumors appeared as a result.[24]
    In the first study listed above, pulegone reportedly had relaxant effects on vascular smooth muscles, myometrium, the bladder, intestine and the trachea of rats. The relaxation effects on these organs can be attributed to pulegone blocking the ion channels for Ca2+ and K+ to enter and exit the cell, respectively. This hinders the ability of the cell to achieve its necessary action potential for a nerve impulse to fire, relaxing the muscle.

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    Most calcium channel blockers are selectiobe for certain muscles. There are several medications available in this category that have been used for years... for the heart. Taking medications without supervision can be dangerous.And a waste of money. There must be human trials, n ot just on animals.
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