Interested to hear the views of the science-literate members on this one. Patent application is for a product containing oxalic acid and derivatives, of all things. Certainly different. Reminder for all you test-it-on-yourselfers: too much oxalic acid is highly toxic and there have been fatalities so maybe this isn't one to try at home. Too much for me to read so don't know if there's going to be proper clinical trial of this. For now it's just a patent application. https://patentscope.wipo.int/search/en/detail.jsf?docId=WO2018097733&recNum=2&maxRec=2&office=&prevFilter=&sortOption=Pub+Date+Desc&queryString=FP+BOHNE+ASKØY)&tab=PCTDescription Note: Saw this on PR (https://forums.phoenixrising.me/ind...t-by-victoria-bohne-in-norwegian.44871/page-4). The folks over there don't seem to have excessive confidence in the people behind this patent application. ETA: The first pages of the PR thread are just speculation about rumours about what may or may not be being planned – pure guesswork. The patent application link pops up on page 4. To date (12/6/18) there's no real useful follow-up discussion there but this may change of course.