After Blemish Removal
Jan 24, 2010 Pics
James A. Green, born 5/13/49
| Age Transformation
| Index Change Log|
| Wet & Dry Nov 1, 2009
| Chris Eve 2009
| March 1, 2010
| April 13, 2010
| May 14, 2010
| Aug 4, 2010
| Sept 3, 2010
Nov 29, 2010
| Jan 17, 2011
| Feb 28, 2011
| May Day, 2011
| July 5 2011
| Sept 11, 2011
| Nov 3, 2011
| Jan 10, 2012
| July 17, 2012
| Dec 31, 2012
March 5, 2013
| March 31, 2013
| May 1, 2013
| June 25, 2013
| July 31, 2013
| August 31, 2013
| Sept 30, 2013
| Oct 27, 2013
| Dec 2, 2013
Dec 31, 2013
| Jan 28, 2014
| Feb 28, 2014
| Mar 30, 2014
| May 8, 2014
| May 30, 2014
| July 31, 2014
| Aug 31, 2014
| Sept 20, 2014
| Nov 25, 2014
Jan 2, 2015
| Feb 2, 2015
| Mar 7, 2015
Water wet, after a workout, taken at midnight+, early January 24, 2010.
(See Greyest [Totally Dry]).
Note that the keratosis in front of the
sideburn has vanished
, due to application of
Compound W Freeze-Off
Here again the magical effects of wet water baptism bestowed like a dunk in the headwaters of the River Jordan
display their application to the showmanship of rejuvenation.
This is approximately what I look like most of the time
with just a little oil in my hair to get a moist look.
Eyes after removal of a growth above the left eyelid using Compound W Freeze-Off.
Both eyes look better after the removal of a
over the left eyelid using
Compound W Freeze-Off
After freezing the lesion using the instructions provided, one peels
blistering skin away from fresh new skin in 2-4 days. The method depends on
declines with age, probably due to
probably most effectively countered with
, although one must
supply vitamin C
synthesis and pay attention to other factors.
I will leave the subsequent picture of my hair slicked up with
Sesame Seed Oil
, featuring my skin smoothed
by grapeseed oil
(fit for a role
as Hercule Perot in an Agathe Christie mystery) to your imagination. Once again,
Sesame Seed Oil
has a darkening effect.
Completely bone dry with the hair a little too long, I can pick up
an oldie look around midnight that I find prompting to concentration on antiaging medicine,
as if it were an omen of things to come, as shown below.
Colateral Damage: At midnight he may resemble his old mother.
See YouTube/First Flight Attempts.
Totally Dry, after a workout, taken at midnight+, early Jan 24, 2010, down to 1/4 Tank.
This was the signal to start direct application of astragalus extract to the scalp in February 2010.
(The wet photo at the top of the page was
obtained by showering after taking this dry one.)
midnight I turn blue, starting at the top. The photo flash into greying dry hair produces a more whitened-looking photo than
the image one sees in a mirror. Photos from this dry series underscore the need to lean down and to apply astragalosides
or other telomerase activators directly to the scalp starting in February, in addition to taking them
orally. Evidently, it can seem to be
quite grey at 60 after all when ungroomed late at night, when we want to see everything magically
young and perfect instead. February 1, 2010 will be the start of midcourse correction experiments.
Perhaps I could get better results with IGF-1. This sort of thing reminds me of my mother, who
could manage to look fairly presentable during the day, but showed an Old Grey Mare mode by bedtime
unless she was careful to introduce some trick of grooming. I could not look old and grey like this at
a model age of 30, which is why "the grey test" is a valuable test of rejuvenation technique. At age 30
the kids that look this aged at any time of the day are prematurely grey.
My model age
gets down to 30 by September
2012 at B = -5.2 years per year, so perhaps by then my present program of treatment will have remedied
the problem. Otherwise, the math model for the process may require adjustment, although the hair follicle
microenvironment problem is somewhat distinct from tissue rejuvenation elsewhere.
Quality Experiments are More Expensive
Left: Old Formula: 1 mg astragalosides per 30 drops.
Right: New Formula: 30 drops per 500 mg crude herb equivalent.
GAIA Herbs may
now dilute our medicine to about 1/13 times
its former strength, when it was found to be effective.
GAIA Herbs restored its Astragalus Root Extract in glycerin to its
former potency of 1 mg of astragalosides per 30 drops by Aug 9 2010,
producing a version labeled with a green flag.
Photos like this make me wish I could afford to do better testing of the chemical composition of
products, as well as better measurements of aging variables like telomere length.
There is the circumstance that GAIA Herbs
struck down their quality specifications
given in milligrams of astragalosides per 30 drops of extract and began to supply
material diluted to approximately 1/13
of its former strength, for instance. Their process for securing a known concentration
of astragalosides in extracts
from crops of varying quality may have been too difficult for them to implement
when subject to stable price requirements.
I will have to get more deeply involved in politics
to secure the resources for better checking, so that we are less in the dark concerning the actual
quality of materials are attempting to employ for our benefit. Being entirely in the clutches of
fellows who must demonstrate that they seem to have us in a trap while we must surrender assurances of
product quality to them is a worrisome way to proceed.
There should probably be a State Office of Chemical Analysis
that keeps product analysis data publicly available online for everything that is sold, continually updating
information transparently (and at the public's request)
and providing cool and impartial
quantitative chemical analysis of product composition obtained using adequate equipment purchased
with public funds.
This way an ordinary citizen could
inexpensively know what he is really buying. The cost might be comparable to Fermi Lab or Kitt Peak, but at least
literate citizens could avoid many expensive blunders and the sensation of being too much at the mercy
of characters who can better afford to corner excellent analytical machinery, while ordinary science students
have to initially pry with light bulbs and cameras and maybe Radio Shack photocells and amateur spectrometers
to glimpse the true nature of the material on their hands. Now the payoff
in higher quality health makes a public lab with data posted to Internet seem well worth it.
Perhaps kids could check in to
rerun certain routine analyical experiments on off-the-shelf products using their own hands and better
equipment in a public lab with device technology shared like
library books, using their own eyes to check the readings.
Compound W Freeze-Off
keeps changing its
packaging, but their product seems to be functionally more and more convenient, more and more what the
customer was looking for. Unfortunately, things can go the other way, so that vigilance secured with expensive
equipment is required to get precisely defined experimental results obtained with
adequate medicine of well-specified composition.