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      Brian Bickers
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      I have been trawling through the News items for the last few weeks. There are dozens of trials of medications described with expenditure often in 5 figures. However,in the 14 years since I was diagnosed with PD there seems to have been little in the way of effective new medication. One of the most interesting items was the work at Osaka University on sesaminol, the waste from the production of oil from sesame seeds. To my non-medical mind this seems to have the advantages of being an edible substance and therefore less chance of side effects, well understood mode of operation, and promising results on the bench and animals. Is there any work in this area in the UK. At least could some preliminary studies be carried out to see if there are potential benefits for remedial or protective use in humans. I would be willing to volunteer for initial testing.

      Brian Bickers

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      Russ Hudson
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      After reading this, I started taking Butyric acid supplements. I highly recommend it.

      https://www.foundationalmedicinereview.com/blog/the-potential-of-butyric-acid-as-an-alternative-treatment-for-parkinsons-disease/

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      Phil Gattis
      Participant

      Is this what he’s talking about?  https://www.amazon.com/sesamin/s?k=sesamin

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