Arachidonic acid & Aspirin

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    Arachidonic acid & Aspirin


    Ive just begun researching Arachidonic Acid supplements. Ive read that Aspirin inhibits COX which converts Arachidonic acid. Is this good or bad? Bad right? So avoid Aspirin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by corltayl View Post
    Ive just begun researching Arachidonic Acid supplements. Ive read that Aspirin inhibits COX which converts Arachidonic acid. Is this good or bad? Bad right? So avoid Aspirin?
    Baby Aspirin is good alongside ArA
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    If you take aspirin for a headache once in a while it's not that bad. If you use aspirin daily however, it may have a slight effect.
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    Roll with baby aspirin. If you're really worried dose it like fish oil and keep it well away from any ArA dose.
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    Baby aspirin with ArA ftw
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    Baby aspirin deactivates COX-1 irreverisbly (on platelets) prior to entry in the liver. Systemic COX-2 deactivation via salicylate is next to nil at 81mg. Timing doesn't matter. It will enhance, not hinder, your ArA run by reducing TxA2 formation as a metabolite of ArA
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    People recommend using a carnitine and GMS as well. Good sources for those include Compete and Hemavol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Baby aspirin deactivates COX-1 irreverisbly (on platelets) prior to entry in the liver. Systemic COX-2 deactivation via salicylate is next to nil at 81mg. Timing doesn't matter. It will enhance, not hinder, your ArA run by reducing TxA2 formation as a metabolite of ArA
    There we go. dose with ArA.
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