Bioavailablity of Cissus, Celadrin, and MSM

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    Question Bioavailablity of Cissus, Celadrin, and MSM


    Anyone know the oral bioavailablity of Cissus, Celadrin, and MSM?

    While they seem to be relatively solid given the positive response to oral use, I would like to know exact numbers.

    Im thinking about making a transdermal with these and some other solutes. Knowing exact numbers will help determine the composition.

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    No idea of how it is man. Good idea for a transmerdal though..
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    Don't know numbers.... but I know MSM is highly bio-availible.
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    Just a suggestion if you go through with a Cissus transdermal (which I hope you'll let us know about if you do it):

    Since the herb is only 5% active compounds, it might be beneficial to heat it in the solution, and strain out the remaining herb, like you're making pot brownies.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thesinner
    Just a suggestion if you go through with a Cissus transdermal (which I hope you'll let us know about if you do it):

    Since the herb is only 5% active compounds, it might be beneficial to heat it in the solution, and strain out the remaining herb, like you're making pot brownies.
    Yummy!!!
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    Hmmm.... Cissus cookies could be a cool idea. I find that it smells like trib.. Imagine in the oven.. Smell all over the house could make everybody puke!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jjohn
    Hmmm.... Cissus cookies could be a cool idea. I find that it smells like trib.. Imagine in the oven.. Smell all over the house could make everybody puke!
    Don't they say not to take with food?
  

  
 

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