Substances triggering brain tumors (Parkinson)

fbonsignore at beethoven.com fbonsignore at beethoven.com
Sat Feb 12 19:31:51 EST 2005


Substances that trigger brain tumors can be used to cure cerebral
diseases such as Parkinson and Alzheimer or oth degenerative diseases.
A complete catalog of substances affectinthe different parts of the
brain can be used, if they trigger neuron mitosis, to regenerate
diseased tisuue, to couteract the natural death of neurones and to
*increase* intelligence. Quantities can be dosified to contrlo the
spread of the tumrs. Unless and until adequate subsances penerating the
brain barrier and specific to particular zones of the brain are ound,
these kind of treatments would only be useful for old and hopeless
patients.

I wonder if some drugs, such as hallucinogens or, probably, THC, can
used or have been tested for this kind of effects. Ideally, some
substance must be foun that inhinits the *inhibitibg* factors of
neurone mitosis, and which would create one time mitosis (since the
inhibiting factors would only be inhibited while the substance remains
in the system), therefore establishing a lineal farmacodynamic between
dosification and effects. Such kind of medications should not
accumulate (be dissolved in grease) in the brain to avoid uncontrolled
tumors.

Fabrizio J Bonsignore, now Danilo J Bonsignore at 36 (and without alien
help!!! (8)> )




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