|Date: 12/29/2008 10:21:31 PM ( 9y ago )
Thanks for the input. I like your website.
Here is what my friend Webster Kehr (who like Hydrazine Sulfate) has to say at CancerTutor regarding cautions:
Foods containing tyramine are (mainly) aged, fermented, or pickled, such as most cheeses (except cottage cheese, cream cheese, and fresh Mozzerlla), lunch meats, hot dogs, yogurt, wines and beers. Here is a pretty good list of foods that contain tyramine:
(Note: there is absolutely no accurate list of what foods have tyramine. One site says raspberries and grapes do have them, and another site says they don't. The bottom line is if the cancer patient gets headaches, then it is highly likely they are eating something with tyramine in it. Start eliminating foods in the same food categories as in this list.)
Barleygrass (perhaps the highest percentage of all according to Dr. Duke, but he doesn't list other grasses), which would exclude all barley supplements,
Dry and fermented sausage (bologna, salami, pepperoni, corned beef, and liver),
pickled herring and salted dried fish,
broad beans and pods (lima, fava beans, lentils, snow peas, and soy beans),
yeast extracts/brewer's yeast, beer and ale, red wine (chianti, burgundy, sherry, vermouth),
fruits listed by Dr. Duke (oranges, tangerines, lemon, grapefruit),
some fruits (bananas, avacados, canned figs, raisins, red plums, raspberries, pinapples),
cultured dairy products (buttermilk, yogurt, and sour cream),
caffeine (coffee, tea, and cola drinks),
white wine, port wines, distilled spirits,
soy sauce, miso, peanuts, almonds,
beef or chicken liver, herring,
meat tenderizer, MSG (Accent),
In general, any high protein food that has undergone aging should be avoided. Also, any over-the-counter cold or allergy remedy should also be avoided."
Here is the warning from Walter Last:
Here is the warning of Dr. Gold, developer of Hydrazine Sulphate:
In summary, the following things should not be taken with Hydrazine Sulphate:
barbiturates and tranquilizers (e.g. Thorazine, Compazine, Xanax, Valium, Dalmane, Ativan, Restoril, Halcion, Nembutal and Seconal, to name but a few)
sedatives in doses greater than 100 mg per day, especially benzodiazepines and phenothiazines
other agents that depress the central nervous system, such as morphine
foods with tyramine
Vitamin C in daily doses above 250 mg (from all sources)
Of course, in addition to all of these things, foods high in glucose should be avoided.
Finally, hydrazine sulphate should be taken in exact doses. Overdosing can do more harm than good.
Let me say that again:
I do not know all that much about hydrazine sulfate, but I would say best to err on the side of caution,
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