Re: Extropian-beta-1.3-glucan?

morris/arla johnson (
Thu, 15 Jan 1998 12:47:27 -0600

Technotranscendence wrote:
> Firgured the rest of you might be interested in this.
> Daniel Ust
> >Date: Thu, 15 Jan 1998 03:14:26 -0600
> >From: morris/arla johnson <>
> >Organization: MegaO Pedigree Products Ltd.
> >To:
> >Subject: technotranscendence/Extropian-beta-1.3-glucan?
> >
> >info easy to find at
> >We have plans to hull wild oats a high protein food source of
> >beta-1,3-glucan attn:morris
> >
> >
I'd like to begin some discussion re- life enhancing/extending
notions I use which are not very exotic to me but likely not used by

I have always been a health info. hound and over the years have found
a few good items.

2 years ago when my wife began to suffer from multiple sclerosis
I renewed my search for items my doctor would approve of but which
our medicare and medical system in Canada would not allow Rx for...
capitated/rationed/muzzeled/cost-benefit contained medicine.

Anyway before You all go to sleep/delete this item here's the
good stuff.

I have been using the immune modulant levamisole since 1976.
1976-1995 quite irregularly 185 mg per dose usually once per month.
1995-97 once per week. 1997 till today 150 mg every saturday and

I buy the compound in a form identical to the human Rx as a powder
used worldwide to worm all kinds of livestock and also children
in 3rd world countries. The Rx form from your physician is 75-120 X
as costly so I will continue this access method as gross as it may

What does Levamisole do? It finds utility in human medicine as
a treatment which enhances destruction of metasteses in melanoma.
NIH currently is funding a study to confirm it can be used as a life-
long chemopreventative agent.

This is a medication which has been in common usage for 30 years
which may in another 20 become as common as vitamin C.

Bye for now