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An old medicine as a new drug to prevent mitochondrial complex I from producing oxygen radicals

Discussion in 'Other: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; GcMAF' started by Jaybee00, May 17, 2019.

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    Jaybee00 Senior Member (Voting Rights)

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    OP2113
    CAS 532-11-6
    5-(4-Methoxyphenyl)-3H-1,2-dithiole-3-thione,
    Anethole trithione | C10H8OS3

     
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    So I should get over my aversion to Pernod?
     
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    Vile stuff

    ETA i eat loads of fennel though that’s yummy
     
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    I've a bottle of pure anethole, which I took internally at 12 drops daily for 5 months. I did not notice much, though it may have improved my IBS-D symptoms a little.

    Anethole though is not quite the same molecule as anethole trithione, so I am not sure if anethole has these antioxidant effects in mitochondria.



    Anethole is the primary ingredient of:

    Fennel essential oil
    Anise essential oil
    Star anise essential oil

    Anethole is found in the alcoholic drinks sambuca, ouzo, pastis and Pernod. (I am particularly fond of sambuca).
     
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    Yeah anethole is different from anethole trithione— the former doesn’t have the three sulfur molecules.
     
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    anyone found how this med was called in 1696 or for what it was used ?
     
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    SS31 = elamipretide which naviaux seems to suggests
    MitoQ = supplement similar to coQ10
    SkQ1 = cardiolipin peroxidation inhibitor, 95% pwmecfs have auto-antibodies
    Sulfarlem = 60 pills 1.31 Euro, France and Switzerland
     
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