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Cetyl Myristoleate

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Cetyl Myristoleate voor je gewrichten.

Iemand hier ervaring mee, of van horen vertellen.

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wordt je roestig?? ;)

Hmm geen ervaring mee.. ik kan misschien wel wat onderzoeken voor je vinden maar jou kennende heb je die zelf allemaal al..
geen ervaring mee :D

en ook niet van gehoord..

ben wel benieuwd naar de resultaten dus als je iets weet laat het me weten
Nooit van gehoord, maar ongetwijfeld wel iets op het Internet over te vinden.

Naar mijn weten is het een vetzuur.... dat is meteen alles wat het mij zegt.. zal nog eens wat zoeken op inet ernaar, maar dat heb je naar alle waarschijnlijkheid zelf ook al gedaan?
Cetylmyristoleate is described as an ester of a fatty acid. Fatty acids act as intracellular messengers and fuel molecules. They are also the building blocks of biological membranes just as amino acids are the components of protein. Science now recognizes the value of certain fatty acids in reducing inflammation as well as blood cholesterol. When the fatty acid myristolic acid (a natural substance) is combined with a long-chain alcohol, an ester of this fatty acid is created.

Cetylmyristoleate is postulated to function in three different ways. One of its actions is that of a super lubricant for the joints like "WD 40 ". Muscles and other tissues also benefit from the lubricating effect, which also helps to make them more pliable.

Second, cetylmyristoleate may function as an immune system modulator. Researchers are not sure how cetylmyristoleate performs this role, but a possible explanation is that it helps to stimulate certain immune components such as immunoglobulins in its ability to act as an intracellular messenger.

The third function of cetylmyristoleate is perceived as an anti-inflammatory effect. The believed mechanism is regulation of the prostaglandins, short-acting local hormones involved in many processes of the body, including the inflammatory response.

Facts about Cetylmyristoleate and Arthritis
Harry W. Diehl, a physical science technician who resides in Rockville, Maryland, retired after 40 years of service at the National Institutes of Health. Diehl practiced in the Laboratory of Chemistry at the National Institute of Arthritis, Metabolism, and Digestive Diseases in Bethesda, Maryland, where he developed over 500 new compounds, several of which were patented by the U.S. Patent Office.

An award winning researcher, Diehl was recognized in 1958 for developing a new method of preparing 2-deoxy-d-ribose, a sugar found in deoxyribonucleic acid. This sugar is of vital importance to much basic research, and was used by Jonas Salk, M.D. as a culture medium to grow the Salk polio vaccine virus. Diehl’s process was published in the scholarly journal, Biochemical Preparations, which described it as the "world’s best method for making 2-deoxy-d-ribose." The last compound he developed before retiring is a crystalline compound called cellobionic lactone, which is an excellent plant cell inhibitor.

Since his retirement, Diehl has dedicated his research to finding a cure for arthritis. He has studied the disease for 60 years, first at NIH, and then at this home lab, ultimately discovering the compound cetylmyristoleate. A report on cetylmyristoleate was published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, March 1994. Discovery of cetylmyristoleate stemmed from Diehl’s observation that Swiss albino mice are immune to all forms of arthritis. Diehl successfully isolated the substance in the mice, cetylmyristoleate that makes them immune. The natural occurring compound is also found in sperm whale heads and beaver tails as well as mice. Cetylmyristoleate is made synthetically by chemically combining cetyl alcohol, which is isolated from the sperm whale’s head in a pure form, with myristolic acid, which is isolated from cow butter.

In his research, Diehl injected rats with an arthritis-inducing material that caused severe manifestation of arthritis in their legs and tails. After Diehl injected them with cetylmyristoleate, the rats were cured. The swelling left their joints and crippled limbs began to straighten.

As for dosage, Diehl said, "I have found in my research that people respond to various amounts. I took two capsules four years ago at the onset of severe pain. I was cured of arthritis in my heel, knees and hands. Also, I have no more headaches or bronchitis. Most people start with four capsules (taken between meals). After a period of four to sic weeks, three more capsules are taken. This can vary depending on a person’s condition and weight."

One example of some of the many letters and phone calls Diehl receives is one from the wife of a Maryland doctor who wrote that she had been suffering from arthritis in her hands along with osteoporosis in her back and neck. Treatment by a specialist, resulted in no relief from the terrible pain; and, after three more capsules, she said her back was healed. She is very happy to be free of her painful and crippling disease. She and many others have also reported that their high blood pressure dropped to normal since taking cetylmyristoleate.

Cetyl Myristoleate, an oil, is the hexadecyl ester of the unsaturated fatty acid cis-9-tetradecenoic acid. The common name for the acid is myristoleic acid. Myristoleic acid is found commonly in fish oils, whale oils, dairy butter, and kombo butter. The chemical formula for Cetyl Myristoleate is: (Z)-ROCO(CH2)7 CH=CH(CH2)3 CH3. Cetyl Myristoleate was unrecorded in chemical literature until Harry Diehl's discovery was reported.

Next, Mr. Diehl worked with a colleague to develop a scientific paper on Cetyl Myristoleate which was published in the Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (vol. 83, no. 3, March, 9194, pp. 296-299). This paper reports that ten normal mice were injected in the tail with Freund's adjuvant (an arthritis-producing agent). In a period of 10-20 days, no swelling was detected as determined by comparison of measurements of paws at the time of injection. These attempts to introduce arthritis to mice failed. Next, a group of rats were injected with Cetyl Myristoleate and 48 hours later were given Freund's adjuvant. A control group of rats was given Freund's adjuvant only. Both groups were observed for a total of 58 days with respect to weight change, hind and front leg swelling, and general well-being. All rats receiving Freund's adjuvant only developed severe swelling of the front and hind legs, lagged in weight gain, and were lethargic and morbid. Those receiving Cetyl Myristoleate before receiving Freund's adjuvant grew an average of 5.7 times as much and had little, if any, evidence of swelling or other symptoms of polyarthritis. The authors concluded that it was apparent that Cetyl Myristoleate gave virtually complete protection against adjuvant-induced arthritis in rats.


A nationally certified testing laboratory tested Cetyl Myristoleate in accordance with Federal Regulations. Cetyl Myristoleate was administered to a group of test animals to evaluate its toxicity in accordance with federal requirements as listed in 16 CFR 1500.3. A single oral dose of 5 grams per kilogram of body weight was given and the animals were observed for 14 days thereafter. Any and all behavioral/clinical abnormalities would have been observed and recorded; but none were noted. All animals appeared normal throughout the study period and no fatalities occurred.
Bedankt voor de reactie's, maar wat is is wist ik idd al :D

Het gaat mij er meer om of iemand ook vanzichzelf of anderen of het werkt

Nooit geprobeerd, van glucosamine weet ik dat het werkt, maar dit?? geen idee..
Originally posted by 3XL
Bedankt voor de reactie's, maar wat is is wist ik idd al :D

Het gaat mij er meer om of iemand ook vanzichzelf of anderen of het werkt


Ik heb er al vaak reclame teksten over gelezen. Op pubmed is echter slechts 1 artikel te vinden. Dat gaat over injecties bij muizen. Niet erg bruikbaar dus.

Er zijn bedrijven die claimen dat zij 'de echte' CM hebben en dat al het andere niks is. Nou dan kan je het wel vergeten om het zelf te testen. Want als het niet werkt 'dan had je niet de echte'. Duur spul ook dus om nou alle versies te testen... Ik heb er overigens nog nooit een vraag van een klant over gehad.

Ik heb tegenwoordig een handige 'way to go' met nieuwe supplementen: Als het werkt hoor je het vanzelf wel. Zeker met iets dat werkt tegen een veelvoorkomende aandoening als artrose/artritis. Nieuws over effectieve middelen gaan snel rond. Ik merk het zelf met de glucosamine. Veruit het grootste deel van mijn nieuwe klanten krijgen we door mond tot mond reclame.

Met creatine is het ook zo gegaan. Het werkt voor velen en binnen no time gebruikten enorm veel mensen het. Nog voordat de wetenschap erover op 1 lijn zat had ik het al gebruikt. (Bodybuildingsupplementen zijn wel moeilijker te evalueren dan een middel tegen artrose. Bij bodybuilding spelen zoveel factoren een rol in je vooruitgang).

Dus als er weer een nieuw supplement komt wacht ik het nieuws wel af! :)
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