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  1. The bioavailability of quercetin digested is...

    The bioavailability of quercetin digested is 0.1%. In some studies on pubmed it has been given intravenously, bypassing the stomach, intestinal and liver metabolism. The best practical option is the...
  2. I would try Quercetin by it seems no topical...

    I would try Quercetin by it seems no topical version of it exists. Also the problem with Quercetin is it sells in herbal/homeopathic stores and a lot of them use tiny amounts and fillers. I can't...
  3. Are you going to try any of the mentioned mast...

    Are you going to try any of the mentioned mast stabilisers? It seems from reading the document that you have to use them consistently at the correct dose to be effective in stopping the symptoms.
    I...
  4. The latest research indicates mast cells are...

    The latest research indicates mast cells are central to Rosacea. Read the latest patent by Dr Gallo on the research section of the forum. It says topical cromolyn 4% was used in the research for...
  5. PREVENTION OF ROSACEA INFLAMMATION (Patent Published by Gallo et al)

    http://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2016/0030386.html

    Images and tables/graphs with results
    http://www.freepatentsonline.com/20160030386.pdf

    In summary, mast cells are central to the infammatory...
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    It is a waste of time treating the dog, and will...

    It is a waste of time treating the dog, and will have zero affect on your flushing and Rosacea. The dog is not to blame.
    Let's be realistic here, if Demodex really did cause Rosacea (type 1 or type...
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    Stillen (Eupatilin)

    My Dermatologist prescribed a treatment called 'Stillen' tablets. He said he researched the condition a little more and I should try this treatment as it is safe. I have been taking the tablets for 3...
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    ymo1965 , Do your symptoms include your nose...

    ymo1965 , Do your symptoms include your nose flushing abnormally and turning bright red or do you only have bumps and redness with no flushing flareups.
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    Would this work topically putting some of the oil...

    Would this work topically putting some of the oil on your skin or only when taken as tablets/capsules?
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    Just an update, I saw my Dermatologist again(he...

    Just an update,
    I saw my Dermatologist again(he is very good I must admit) and he prescribed a treatment called 'Stillen' oral tablets. He said he researched the condition a little more and I...
  11. I read it as i suffer from a swollen nose and get...

    I read it as i suffer from a swollen nose and get a big flare up every night when I go to sleep. The only concern I have is how safe is it, because the medical community consider a liver cleanse as...
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    Have you found any treatment that helps lesson...

    Have you found any treatment that helps lesson the night flushes or nose swelling. I have tried tetracycline, Metrocream and Azelaic Acid. None of them have helped so far.
    It seems none of the...
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    Do you get nose swelling after a flare up and a...

    Do you get nose swelling after a flare up and a severe episode of flushing every night when you go to sleep?
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    What symptoms do you have. Does your nose flush,...

    What symptoms do you have. Does your nose flush, turn red and swell. Is your nose swollen in the mornings when you first wake up?
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    Anyone have Neurogenic Rosacea (nose swelling)

    Hi,
    My dermatologist says I have Neurogenic Rosacea (diagnosed last week, I am 21). He seems very knowledgeable about the condition, which surprises me as I can not find any real information about...
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