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ROSADYN WORKS in 89% of Clinical Case Studies

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Jake

Denver, CO

#1 Apr 5, 2012
Rosadyn can actually start working in 72 hours when it's calming hypothalamic blend can be measured in the brain. Great reading below on the physiology of ROSADYN. Rosadyn incorporates the expensive form of GABA that is the only one that passes through the blood brain barrier and is the only one clincally proven. Read below.

•GABA regulates anxiety and nervousness by calming excitatory neurotransmitter activity
•Low levels of GABA are associated with anxiety, insomnia, depression, and seizures
•Increased GABA levels improve mental focus and relaxation, without drowsiness
•In at least one study, natural PharmaGABA-PRO decreased signs of stress; synthetic GABA did not
Stress is a normal part of life. Job pressures, family contention, financial insecurity, traffic, and time management are just a few of the stressors we are faced with on a daily basis. For some people, the effects can be overwhelming, leading to feelings of nervousness, anxiety, and insomnia. In addition, chronic stress can exert detrimental physiological effects on the cardiovascular, immune, and neuroendocrine systems.

Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) is a major neurotransmitter widely distributed throughout the central nervous system. Because too much excitation can lead to irritability, restlessness, insomnia, seizures, and movement disorders, it must be balanced with inhibition. GABA - the most important inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain provides this inhibition, acting like a "brake" during times of runaway stress. Medications for anxiety, such as benzodiazepines, stimulate GABA receptors and induce relaxation. Either low GABA levels or decreased GABA function in the brain is associated with several psychiatric and neurological disorders, including anxiety, depression, insomnia, and epilepsy. Studies indicate GABA can improve relaxation and enhance sleep.

A Unique, Natural GABA Formulation
PharmaGABA-PRO is a natural form of GABA, manufactured from Lactobacillus hilgardii (the bacteria used to ferment vegetables in the preparation of the traditional Korean dish, kimchi). Natural PharmaGABA-PRO contains 100 mg GABA per capsule.

The Science Behind PharmaGABA-PRO
Clinical studies have shown that natural PharmaGABA increases the production of alpha-brain waves, creating a profound sense of physical relaxation while maintaining mental focus. In contrast, stress-related beta-waves are decreased.

A small pilot study conducted at the University of Shizuoka in Japan enrolled 13 healthy volunteers, seven males and six females, ages 21-35. EEG tracings were recorded before and after each of three administrations of 200 mL distilled water:(1) only distilled water; (2) distilled water containing 100 mg PharmaGABA; and (3) distilled water containing 200 mg L-theanine (an amino acid from green tea known to increase alpha-brain waves). Tests of the three administrations were separated by seven-day intervals. EEG recordings were made before administration, then at A, 30, and 60 minutes after each administration for five-minute recording sessions. Alpha and beta waves were calculated as a percentage and pre- and post-administration values were compared. Alpha-to-beta ratios were calculated as a ratio between alpha and beta percentage values. GABA produced significant effects on both increasing alpha waves and decreasing beta waves, resulting in a highly significant increase in the alpha-to-beta wave ratio.

In addition to changes in brain waves, PharmaGABA has been shown to produce relaxation as evidenced by reduced pupil diameter, heart rate, and markers of stress - salivary cortisol and chromagranin A. In a head-to-head, double blind trial of natural PharmaGABA versus synthetic GABA, the synthetic GABA did not demonstrate these effects.

A study on healthy male athletes using PharmaGABA added to a beverage showed a reduction in stress markers during and after exercise.

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Jake

Denver, CO

#2 Apr 5, 2012
Rosadyn incorporates L-Theanine by Suntheanine, the only Pharmaceutical Grade extract proven in clinical studies to cause relaxation of nerves and hormones...and the subsequent rosacea triggers. This is extremely expensive but ROSADYN and Dr. Nase went all out in order to help rosace sufferers.

What is Suntheanine?
It has been estimated that nearly 65 percent of the adult population experiences some form of stress, and these numbers are continually rising. Since ancient times, it has been said that drinking green tea induces relaxation. A pioneer in the science of green tea, Taiyo found this relaxation effect to be due to the presence of the amino acid L-theanine, found almost exclusively in tea. Clinical research suggests that 50mg - 200 mg Suntheanine naturally stimulates activity in the brain known as alpha waves, which are associated with a relaxed but alert mental state. Suntheanine is the trade name for Taiyo's patented pure form of L-theanine. Suntheanine is not an extract of green tea, but rather is produced via a patented fermentation process that mimics the natural process in green tea leaves, resulting in a 100% pure L-isomer-theanine.

How does it work?
Human clinical trials have shown Suntheanine to promote an alert state of relaxation without drowsiness, as indicated by an increase in Alpha brain waves, and a decrease in Beta brain waves.*

The brain emits weak electrical impulses that can be measured on the surface of the head, which are classified based on their frequency:

Brain Wave Frequency (Hz) Mental Effect
Delta 0.5-3.0 Sound Sleep
Theta 4.0-7.0 Dozing/Sleeping
Alpha 8.0-13.0 Relaxed, Alert State
Beta > 14.0 Awake, Excited State

Feeling Unfocused? Try a Cup of Tea
CBN-TV
July 11, 2008

Watch Video
Additional human clinical research suggests that Suntheanine may have application in improving the quality of sleep, diminishing normal symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), improving learning performance, heightening mental acuity, promoting concentration, reducing negative side effects of caffeine and supporting the immune system.*

Is it safe?
Suntheanine has been shown to be safe based on numerous favorable toxicology and efficacy studies. Unlike other stress reducing supplements, Suntheanine does not cause drowsiness. Suntheanine has been consumed in beverages, foods and supplements since 1994 with no indication of adverse reactions or contraindications. The GRAS Affirmation (Generally Recognized as Safe) of Suntheanine received confirmation from the US FDA in 2007 for its use in a number of food and beverage categories (GRN 000209).

Award Winning, Patented Technology
Suntheanine was awarded the "Food Ingredient Research Award" at the 1998 Food Ingredients Europe and "Best New Product of 2000" at Nutracon. Suntheanine is protected by over 40 U.S. and international patents for its various physiological efficacies and L-isomer specific production processes

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Jake

Denver, CO

#3 Apr 5, 2012
Dr. Nase and ROSADYN went one step further and incorporated a Phospholipid complex to help PharmaGABA and L-Theanine, cross the blood brain barrier intact and activate hypothalamic receptors, our main flushing component of the brain.

Jake

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Jake

Denver, CO

#4 Apr 5, 2012
If that weren't enough, Dr. Nase and Rosadyn incorporated top notch digestive enzymes (DIGESEB) to ensure that all three of these pharmaceutical grade ingredients were completely absorbed by the intesting, kept bioactive in the blood and helped penetrate the plasma membranes of brain cells.

DIGESEB increases absorption to 99%-- this translates into an increase in absorption of nearly
45% compared to those that take Rosadyn without the enzymes!!!

They certainly covered all their bases and this is just four ingredients of their 13 ingredients (1,350 mgs per serving which is unheard of).

Can't wait for the anti-redness topical with a four constrictor complex.

Thanks Dr. Nase and Team.

You keep on fighting for us and take the high ground against looney tunes.

Forever Grateful

Jake -- Rosadyn Clinical Tester in full remission

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Craig Strickland

Phoenix, AZ

#5 Apr 5, 2012
Fantastic read Jake! You did your homework on this novel rosacea treatment. Also glad to hear you are in full remission due to Rosadyn and Dr. Nase.

I too participated in the Six Month Clinical Study and my photos are included. I'm about 90% clear and trigger free which has given me my life back.

Here is the Rosadyn Clinical Study Flash Program
http://tinyurl.com/8yt6v8l

Craig

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Craig Strickland

Phoenix, AZ

#6 Apr 5, 2012
There are also dozens of additional photos on the Rosadyn home page.

They included many audio testimonials and it's interesting to hear the accents from Australia and New Zealand...wish I had that accent.

They also have two full length video's of rosacea sufferers who were cleared of rosacea by Rosadyn. You can find Mark Wilson and Jason Cornelius' You Tube Videos on the upper right hand corner of the Rosadyn home page.

They have a Six Month Guarantee so that everybody has a full chance to get better, and if not, simply return it. They have been perfect as a business and accepting the few returns they get as noted by their perfect score on the Better Business Bureau.

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Bruce F

Bangkok, Thailand

#7 Apr 5, 2012
Dr. Nase was extremely smart to target the Hypothalamus with three different GABA enhancers to calm down this brain center as it is the primary "flushing" center.

Dr. Johnathan Wilkin, the top Rosacea Researcher to date stated that rosacea is primarily caused by dysfunction and over activity of the hypothalamus...this in turn causes release of dilator hormones and activation of dilator nerves.

So, Rosadyn's Hypothalamic blend, the only proprietary blend of its kind with non-synthetic PharmaGABA (very important), Pharaceutical Grade L-Theanine (very important) and phospholipid carriers into the center of the hypothalamus (absolutely crucial) is the best combination treatment on the market.

Just as important, it calms down stress responses and thus reduces flushing, blushing and acne rosacea outbreaks.

Here is a 2010 article showing Dr. Nase was way ahead of his time in developing this product and targeting the hypothalamus as one of the primary dysfunctions in rosacea:

STRESS AND THE SKIN (the hypothalamus connection).

Reich A, Wójcik-Maciejewicz A, Slominski AT.
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Department of Dermatology, Medical University, Wroclaw, Poland.

Abstract

Emotional stress can affect, reveal or even exacerbate a number of skin disorders including ROSACEA, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, pruritus, alopecia areata, lichen planus, seborrheic dermatitis, and urticaria, although the direct pathophysiologic link between stress factors and cutaneous disease manifestation remains unclear. However, there is an increasing evidence that stress influences disease processes and contributes to the inflammation through modulating hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis and releasing neuropeptides, neurotrophins, lymphokines and other chemical mediators from nerve endings and dermal cells. The central role in cellular skin reactivity to various stressors might be attributed to dermal mast cells, as they show close connections with sensory nerve endings and may release a huge number of proinflammatory mediators.

Remember, that all the synthetic GABA supplements are worthless because they don't fit through tight junctions in the blood brain barrier.

Well done Dr. Nase -- always a few years ahead of the pack.

http://tinyurl.com/8yt6v8l

Bruce

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Lori Ketting

Seattle, WA

#8 Apr 6, 2012
The role that the hypothalamus plays in stress-related flares, heat-induced flushing, and hormone-driven breakouts is important and complex.

Dr. Wilkin an several of the National Rosacea
Society have written book chapters and peer-reviewed journal articles on this important subject, but they never suggest ways to help "calm" or "normalize" our overactive hypothalamus.

This is where Dr. Nase, a Neuro-Vascular Physiologist stepped in and published a book, Beating Rosacea, that covered this and how to treat it, and then followed up with his own company, Vascular Health Specialists, LLC to develop and test a treatment called Rosadyn -- this treatment uses a proprietary blend of three Hypothalamic-specific ingredients to reduce most forms of hypothalamus-induced flushing. And it works...three years and counting.

Here is a snippet from the National Rosacea Society Board Members on this complex Neuro-Vascular phenomenon:

"According to Dr. Wilkin and the NRS, blood vessels become damaged when they are repeatedly dilated by stimuli, in part mediated by the hypothalamus. It has been proposed that the local release of vasoactive substances has an important implication in this pathology causing inflammation, stagnation and congestion of blood. Associated factors include minor vascular anatomical disorders, and dysfunction of the thermoregulatory vascular cooling system of the brain. These factors are responsible for causing blood backflow to the face with increased vessel pressure that secondarily affects the subpapillary venous plexus, leading ultimately to permanent vasodilation.

This is one of the reasons Rosadyn has been a tremendous success and the best treatment product of 2011-2012. No scam there. Hard science, medicine and facts...backed by selective hypothalamic treatment. It's time to put the apple cider vinegar down along with all the junk science on these "forums" and address the heart of the disorder like Dr. Nase.

Thank you Dr. Nase and Colleagues for being rosacea advocates and fighting for us.

Lori Ketting

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Culann

Dún Laoghaire, Ireland

#9 Apr 6, 2012
By taking Rosadyn will I still be able to exercise and go outside in the elements? I like to keep fit and my job involves outside work
Bruce F

Bangkok, Thailand

#10 Apr 8, 2012
Culann wrote:
By taking Rosadyn will I still be able to exercise and go outside in the elements? I like to keep fit and my job involves outside work
Great question Culann.

Over time as Rosadyn reduces the number of facial blood vessels and thickens the protective outer layer of the skin, the epidermis, most are able to enjoy the outdoors and workouts again. Just pace yourself and let Rosadyn improve your skin's function over time.

Rosadyn is especially helpful in the summer as three of their ingredients are UV protectors when taken orally. Great treatment product.

Here is the Rosadyn Clinical Study Flash Program
http://tinyurl.com/8yt6v8l

Bruce
Craig Strickland

Phoenix, AZ

#11 Apr 9, 2012
We do get a lot of customers and patients who are astounded by how fast their flushing recedes. Sometimes within days.

Rosadyn can actually start working in 72 hours when it's calming hypothalamic blend can be measured in the brain. Great reading below on the physiology of ROSADYN. Rosadyn incorporates the expensive form of GABA that is the only one that passes through the blood brain barrier and is the only one clincally proven.

•GABA regulates anxiety and nervousness by calming excitatory neurotransmitter activity
•Low levels of GABA are associated with anxiety, insomnia, depression, and seizures
•Increased GABA levels improve mental focus and relaxation, without drowsiness
•In at least one study, natural PharmaGABA-PRO decreased signs of stress; synthetic GABA did not
Stress is a normal part of life. Job pressures, family contention, financial insecurity, traffic, and time management are just a few of the stressors we are faced with on a daily basis. For some people, the effects can be overwhelming, leading to feelings of nervousness, anxiety, and insomnia. In addition, chronic stress can exert detrimental physiological effects on the cardiovascular, immune, and neuroendocrine systems.

Gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) is a major neurotransmitter widely distributed throughout the central nervous system. Because too much excitation can lead to irritability, restlessness, insomnia, seizures, and movement disorders, it must be balanced with inhibition. GABA - the most important inhibitory neurotransmitter in the brain provides this inhibition, acting like a "brake" during times of runaway stress. Medications for anxiety, such as benzodiazepines, stimulate GABA receptors and induce relaxation. Either low GABA levels or decreased GABA function in the brain is associated with several psychiatric and neurological disorders, including anxiety, depression, insomnia, and epilepsy. Studies indicate GABA can improve relaxation and enhance sleep.

Cont'd Below
Craig Strickland

Phoenix, AZ

#12 Apr 9, 2012
A Unique, Natural GABA Formulation
PharmaGABA-PRO is a natural form of GABA, manufactured from Lactobacillus hilgardii (the bacteria used to ferment vegetables in the preparation of the traditional Korean dish, kimchi). Natural PharmaGABA-PRO contains 100 mg GABA per capsule.
The Science Behind PharmaGABA-PRO
Clinical studies have shown that natural PharmaGABA increases the production of alpha-brain waves, creating a profound sense of physical relaxation while maintaining mental focus. In contrast, stress-related beta-waves are decreased.
A small pilot study conducted at the University of Shizuoka in Japan enrolled 13 healthy volunteers, seven males and six females, ages 21-35. EEG tracings were recorded before and after each of three administrations of 200 mL distilled water:(1) only distilled water; (2) distilled water containing 100 mg PharmaGABA; and (3) distilled water containing 200 mg L-theanine (an amino acid from green tea known to increase alpha-brain waves). Tests of the three administrations were separated by seven-day intervals. EEG recordings were made before administration, then at A, 30, and 60 minutes after each administration for five-minute recording sessions. Alpha and beta waves were calculated as a percentage and pre- and post-administration values were compared. Alpha-to-beta ratios were calculated as a ratio between alpha and beta percentage values. GABA produced significant effects on both increasing alpha waves and decreasing beta waves, resulting in a highly significant increase in the alpha-to-beta wave ratio.
In addition to changes in brain waves, PharmaGABA has been shown to produce relaxation as evidenced by reduced pupil diameter, heart rate, and markers of stress - salivary cortisol and chromagranin A. In a head-to-head, double blind trial of natural PharmaGABA versus synthetic GABA, the synthetic GABA did not demonstrate these effects.
A study on healthy male athletes using PharmaGABA added to a beverage showed a reduction in stress markers during and after exercise
Jake

Phoenix, AZ

#14 Apr 9, 2012
Rosadyn was a tremendous help to my lifting Culann.

Jake
Carl

Atlanta, GA

#15 Apr 10, 2012
The stress induced flushing and anxiety induced breakouts can be greatly reduced by Rosadyn L-Theanine and PharmaGaba...allong with their phospholipids.
Kelly

Secaucus, NJ

#16 Apr 10, 2012
Rosadyn incorporates L-Theanine by Suntheanine, the only Pharmaceutical Grade extract proven in clinical studies to cause relaxation of nerves and hormones...and the subsequent rosacea triggers. This is extremely expensive but ROSADYN and Dr. Nase went all out in order to help rosace sufferers.

What is Suntheanine?
It has been estimated that nearly 65 percent of the adult population experiences some form of stress, and these numbers are continually rising. Since ancient times, it has been said that drinking green tea induces relaxation. A pioneer in the science of green tea, Taiyo found this relaxation effect to be due to the presence of the amino acid L-theanine, found almost exclusively in tea. Clinical research suggests that 50mg - 200 mg Suntheanine naturally stimulates activity in the brain known as alpha waves, which are associated with a relaxed but alert mental state. Suntheanine is the trade name for Taiyo's patented pure form of L-theanine. Suntheanine is not an extract of green tea, but rather is produced via a patented fermentation process that mimics the natural process in green tea leaves, resulting in a 100% pure L-isomer-theanine.

How does it work?
Human clinical trials have shown Suntheanine to promote an alert state of relaxation without drowsiness, as indicated by an increase in Alpha brain waves, and a decrease in Beta brain waves.*

The brain emits weak electrical impulses that can be measured on the surface of the head, which are classified based on their frequency:

Brain Wave Frequency (Hz) Mental Effect
Delta 0.5-3.0 Sound Sleep
Theta 4.0-7.0 Dozing/Sleeping
Alpha 8.0-13.0 Relaxed, Alert State
Beta > 14.0 Awake, Excited State

Feeling Unfocused? Try a Cup of Tea
CBN-TV
July 11, 2008

Watch Video
Additional human clinical research suggests that Suntheanine may have application in improving the quality of sleep, diminishing normal symptoms of premenstrual syndrome (PMS), improving learning performance, heightening mental acuity, promoting concentration, reducing negative side effects of caffeine and supporting the immune system.*

Is it safe?
Suntheanine has been shown to be safe based on numerous favorable toxicology and efficacy studies. Unlike other stress reducing supplements, Suntheanine does not cause drowsiness. Suntheanine has been consumed in beverages, foods and supplements since 1994 with no indication of adverse reactions or contraindications. The GRAS Affirmation (Generally Recognized as Safe) of Suntheanine received confirmation from the US FDA in 2007 for its use in a number of food and beverage categories (GRN 000209).

Award Winning, Patented Technology
Suntheanine was awarded the "Food Ingredient Research Award" at the 1998 Food Ingredients Europe and "Best New Product of 2000" at Nutracon. Suntheanine is protected by over 40 U.S. and international patents for its various physiological efficacies and L-isomer specific production processes
Mark

Dallas, TX

#17 Apr 10, 2012
This stuff works. I no longer blush during meetings and presentations or flush to warm rooms. I was in the clinical study, you can see my photos, you can see my three minute video testimonial -- six month guarantee is the most generous refund offer a product can make.

http://tinyurl.com/8yt6v8l
Craig Strickland

Dallas, TX

#18 Apr 11, 2012
Fascinating information. This is the only medication that addresses this well known rosacea pathway.

Ben1970

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#19 Apr 11, 2012
Works on 89% of fake patients.
http://tmblr.co/ZZEqpvHblLNJ
Those are pictures you can't argue with (as Nase would say).
Jake

Chicago, IL

#21 Apr 11, 2012
The entire test was reviewed by three independent govt groups and not based on two hairs and one light that was slightly dim.

THE GROUP WAS GIVEN THE TESTERS EMAILS AND FOLLOWED UP ON ALL 55 TESTERS AND THEIR PHOTOS.

That is the ultimate test and they passed without having to change one thing. THE REVIEW IS EVEN ON THE INTERENT BY NARC AND ERSP!!!!!!

http://tinyurl.com/8yt6v8l

Sorry Benji.

Ben1970

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#22 Apr 12, 2012
Obviously they didn't check what you think they checked. If you read my link above, you'll see you're mistaken.

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