Prokarin - combines histamine and caffeine. Both are known vasodilators (open the blood vessels).
PCakes wrote:Good morning Selkie,
Good topic!!Prokarin - combines histamine and caffeine. Both are known vasodilators (open the blood vessels).
I'm not familiar with Prokarin but I thought that caffeine was a vasoconstrictor?
drsclafani wrote:L wrote:Hello Dr Sciafani, hello all.
I would like to know if vasodillators might be able to alter the effects of CCSVI to any worthwhile degree.
My body has become thoroughly addicted to Chilli, a vasodillator. A bottle of Frank's hot sauce lasts me 3 days and my local curry house doesn't have the ingredients to produce a curry that's hot enough. I am starting to feel a little abnormal : ( But I can't help but feel that perhaps my body knows what's good for it.
Just typing this is making me think about the kitchen where there's a new bottle of a Jamaican hot sauce. I tried a little on the way back from the supermarket and it's pretty good..
you sound like one hot tamale.
i do not think that vasodilation is going to help you one bit. But i am not a dietician, just a purveyor of ccsvi, trying to put things into the context of the zamboni concepts.
I did a search of chili and cerebral blood flow and only came up with a bunch of stuff on cerebral blood flow in llamas studied in Chile
sorry i cannot be of more help.
but i say, eat what you love
selkie wrote:I'm in quite a lot of pain but don't want the gaba drugs like neurontin.
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