Hey, Logic here from Longecity


Hey all

I am Logic from the Longecity forums.

Longecity is a very interesting bunch of highly qualified biologists (don't even talk unless you have a link to a Peer Reviewed, published paper) to avid (and not so avid) amateurs.
The kind of place where the clearing out of misfolded proteins  from the Brain with Nilotinib does not go unnoticed.


Some Easier to read writeups:



Personally it was all just so interesting that it became something of an obsession for me, as can be seen by those Longecity posts linked above.  Hopefully... :)

As such I have developed something of a local reputation!  :)
When someone takes C60 Olive Oil and no longer gets a hangover people talk...  :)
This is how a my friends mom came to me.
She has Parkinson's and is in a home.  Her daughter is a friend of mine.

Longecity is the kind of place where if something is interesting enough, people get it made and tested and take it: (These also happen to be things that may help?)

NSI-189 is a proprietary new chemical entity that stimulates new neuron growth in the hippocampus, an area of the brain believed to be contributory in MDD and other conditions, such as Alzheimer’s disease and Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) ...NSI-189 stimulates neurogenesis and increases hippocampal volume in healthy adult mice..."


"...We also may bring forth the most superior dopamine system modulator that we are developing that seem to improve dysregluated (or even 'healthy') dopaminergic tone in the most significant manner..."

This stuff made rats live 90% longer on only a few of doses from middle age to the death of the controls, off old age.
It seems to work by being a potent mitochondrial (the energy producers) ant-oxidant/protectant:
I mention it here as it seems to help dramatically for natural energy production, especially in the elderly and it has been found that Alzheimer's is quite often a diabetes type 2 (energy production gone wrong/Oxidising) of the brain.

Anyway;  that's what I am doing here.
I think Nilitonib is the best answer to Parkinson's, for now, and would love to get some for my friend's mom.