Would there be any advantage to using Cissus transdermally?
It's bioavailablity is good so why bother. Let's methylate it
Dood - maybe we can snort it!!!
I take mine as a suppository
I'm not suggesting there would be an advantage, just asking if there might be. Any other thoughts?
If you could extract and purify the actives it may be a good idea. The phyto-sterols will probably make it through the skin. If Cissus has other components with a molecular weight >400, then they wont be good for transdermal administration.
It would probably turn you a nice toasty brown color..and that's about all.
Why does that not surprise me? jk bro!Originally Posted by Beowulf
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