Myelophil for CFS?

Paw

Well-Known Member
Anyone tried it? Or know how to get it? (Astragali Radix and Salviae Radix)

I see some old-ish reports on it, and then ProHealth today posted this summary as if it were new research, but as far as I can tell they're just recycling old news. Still it piqued my interest, since I'd never heard of it.
 

Remy

Administrator
Anyone tried it? Or know how to get it? (Astragali Radix and Salviae Radix)

I see some old-ish reports on it, and then ProHealth today posted this summary as if it were new research, but as far as I can tell they're just recycling old news. Still it piqued my interest, since I'd never heard of it.
I don't know, @Paw. That study doesn't look all that great. 36 people, no changes in actual cytokine levels and just a subjective report of improvement of fatigue? I'm not all that impressed.

I have tried astragalus alone though. It wasn't something that helped me particularly but it is a good adaptogen in general to try, I think, for our population.

I took it because I read a study where it significantly reduced acetylcholine antibodies so it has a lot of potential uses.
 

Paw

Well-Known Member
Thanks Remy. Maybe worth a try. I'll check into availability of both. Although I've not noticed much effect from other adaptogens, maybe this particularly combo is magical fairy dust.
 

Remy

Administrator
Thanks Remy. Maybe worth a try. I'll check into availability of both. Although I've not noticed much effect from other adaptogens, maybe this particularly combo is magical fairy dust.
I think just about everything is worth a try if my supplement closet is anything to go by! Let me know if it is magical...
 

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