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What is Bayberry?
Bayberry (Myrica Rubra - Oriental / Myrica Cerifera - Western) is a potent DHT inhibitor.
According to the researcher of bayberry, Dr. Matsuda. "Extracting 1g bayberry bark root with 5ml 50% ethanol solution, and putting 1/10 of the solution on the target. The INHIBITING RATE OF DHT was 80.7%." Bayberry is dose dependent and has few known side effects.
How to Make Bayberry Extract? (by itself)
Crush to powder 100g of bayberry extract with 50% ethanol 500ml (ie: 250 ml water + 250 mlethanol) for 24 hours at room temperature. The final solution is muddy so you have to filter throughthin cloth when done. The final color of the solution should be reddish brown. You can use Japanesebayberry (Yamamomo) Myrica Rubra, but Chinese bayberry has the same efficiency. Wasedarecommends getting bayberry bark root from Chinese herbal shops. Waseda believed that the mainconstituent in Bayberry for hair loss is Myricanol and Dr. Matsuda told Waseda that either MyricaRubra or Myrica Cerifera should contain sufficient Myricanol.
How to Make Morehairin with Bayberry ?
To make an even more potent Morehairin, add Bayberry extract. Bayberry is a topical DHT inhibitorthat has been proven to be 80% effective. The amount to add to the Morehairin is 200 ml Bayberryextract to compound a solution good for 100 days. Waseda recommends: 1) Compound 200 ml of Bayberry extract by steeping Bayberry powder in 50% concentrated ethanolsolution for 24-48 hours. The amount of Bayberry powder to use can be anywhere from 40 g – 80 g.
Remember to filter the Bayberry residues when the solution is ready.
2) Add 10-15g of GSE to the Bayberry extract.
3) Make boiled concoction of licorice, senburi (optional) and perilla leaf, follow step 1 of theinstructions for basic Morehairin. See Morehairin summary. The only difference is that this boiledconcoction should be just 100 ml. Let the boiled mixture cool.
4) Add 100 ml of pure ethanol or extremely high proof vodka to the boiled concoction.
5) Add the Bayberry solution formulated in step 1 above to the boiled concoction.
This will give you the same 420 ml formula as the Morehairin instruction.
Alternatively, simply compound the Bayberry extract in 200 ml of ethanol and then pour the entireBayberry solution to the boiled concoction (licorice, senburi, perilla leaf) for Morehairin in Step 1 ofthe basic Morehairin instructions. Then add the 10g-15g GSE and the 20 ml red wine How to Make Topical Minoxidil or Xandrox with Bayberry?
Do not add Bayberry powder directly into topical minoxidil (Rogaine or Xandrox). This will cause http://www.hairsite2.com/waseda/bayberry/forum1to20.htm[3/30/2010 1:45:25 AM] HairSite - Bayberry Mulberry Senburi Licorice S-Maltoside Procyanidin Hair Loss Aloepcia Baldness excessive precipitation in the solution. Instead, prepare Bayberry separately; extract 20g powder in60 ml (50% ethanol) solution for 24-48 hours. Filter through thin cloth. Then add to your 60mlbottle of Rogaine or Xandrox.
Shanghai Sahanji – Chinese Bayberry (Myrica Rubra) in powder form (recommended by Waseda): Bayberry Root Bark (recommended by Waseda): Bayberry (Myrica Rubra db) dried berries from China: the letter M, push "Find", scroll allthe way down to "MYRICA rubra db" and hit "Display Details." (Note: not sure if dried berries isrecommended by Waseda).
Bayberry Bark Root Capsules (950 mg) – Waseda said this is a good alternative to the OrientalBayberry – Myrica Rubra.
Bayberry in liquid form from Lifevigor – Waseda does not recommend this one because hesuspected that this product is extracted by means of cold extraction method, not ethanol Finer Details
1) It may not be a good idea to add Bayberry to Souhakuhi. Waseda suggests making the twoseparately. However, you can add Bayberry to Morehairin if you want. Ancientway already sells apremixed Morehairin with Bayberry. If you are going to add Bayberry to Morehairin yourself, becareful about 100mg-150mg per day principle of GSE. For example, your Morehairin is 420ml for100 days use and if you add 200ml of bayberry extract to it, then your one day application volumemust be 6ml but not 4ml. Waseda suggested a simpler method of adding Bayberry to Morehairinwithout increasing the total volume to more than 420ml. See How to Make Morehairin withBayberry above.
Alternatively, you can also make Morehairin and Bayberry separately and then mix the two in theratio 7:3 – 7 parts Morehairin and 3 parts Bayberry.
(a) Herbs you should not use extract product but may use powder as well as whole roots:Mulberry(Sang Bai Pi), Bayberry(Yang Mei)------These can be used as home made ethanol extractonly. Mulberry extract as in 70% ethanol watersolution for 7 days, Bayberry extract as in 50%ethanol water solution for 24-48hours.
(b) Herbs you may use all forms:Licorice(Gan Cao), Lithospermum(Zi Cao Gen), Perilla leaf(Zi Su Ye) (c) Herb which is preferable to extract whole dried plant (including twigs, roots, flowers) in 100%ethanol for long time(for example one month) - Senburi.
3) Types of Bayberry – Myrica Rubra vs Myrica Cerifera: Note: Ancientway is currently using the kind of Bayberry (Myrica Rubra) recommended by Wasedain their formulas. Ancientway was unable to source Myrica Rubra earlier but now they have beenincluding the recommended herb in their formula. http://www.hairsite2.com/waseda/bayberry/forum1to20.htm[3/30/2010 1:45:25 AM] HairSite - Bayberry Mulberry Senburi Licorice S-Maltoside Procyanidin Hair Loss Aloepcia Baldness According to Waseda, the main constituent in Bayberry for hair loss is Myricanol. He believes thatMyrca Cerifera also contains sufficient Myricanol as suggested by researcher Dr. Matsuda.
the standard Bayberry--Myrica cerifera. Myrica is the genus name, cerifera is the species.
The study the regimen is based on apparently used the species "rubra." I have looked in all of mysources and books, and find no reference to Myrica rubra. However, I don't feel that is a largeconcern. As Waseda wrote: I asked the point to the original author. In general, if the family is same, chemical properties havethe similar propensity.
Perhaps, inhibition rate of 5 AR may be different. The best way to secure the experimental specsmight to get it from Chinese herbal shop as 'Yang Mei' or 'Yang Mei Pi'. According to the author,Chinese bayberry and Japanese bayberry showed the exactly same data. How about consult withancientway.com?? It is *very* common in Chinese medicine to use several species in one genus which have identicalor similar effects. For example, Dandelion (Pu Gong Ying) is listed in my herbal as eitherTaraxacum mongolicum, Taraxacum officinale, or Taraxacum sinicum. When you go to a Chineseherb shop, an herb called Pu Gong Ying could be any one of these.
I have a library of herb books, Chinese and Western, and many importers/suppliers. None of themmentions Myrica rubra. As with Senburi, this may be a rare Japanese variety--if the Senburicompanies in Japan ever reply to my numerous communications attempts, I'll be sure to ask themabout the Myrica as well as the Senburi. Until then, my professional opinion is that Myrica cerifera,the common Bayberry, will have the same chemistry and thus effects as the Myrica rubra whichprobably only grows in Japan. I'll keep my eye out for Myrica rubra, but until then I encourage youto accept the cerifera as having the same function.>>> Research and Clinical Studies
1) Bayberry Study by Dr. Matsuda et al.
Date: 02 Apr 2001
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Anti-androgenic Activity of Miricae Cortex---Isolation of Active Constituents from Bark of Myricarubra (Biol. Pham. Bull. 24(3), March 2001) by Hideaki Matsuda et. al. consists of roghly threeparts.
First, they carries out screening of 20 herbs on inhibition rate of testosterone 5 alpha reductaseactivity, though they don't seperate type one and type two. Top five of inhibition rate of activity invitro by 50% ethanol extracts are Myrica rubra Sieb. et Zucc (so called bayberry ) : 80.7% Rosa rugosa Thunb. var. plena Regel (so called Ramanas rose, naturalized in several places in http://www.hairsite2.com/waseda/bayberry/forum1to20.htm[3/30/2010 1:45:25 AM] HairSite - Bayberry Mulberry Senburi Licorice S-Maltoside Procyanidin Hair Loss Aloepcia Baldness Mucuna birdwoodiana Tutcher : 58.4% Polygonum bistorta L. (so called BISTORT, SNAKEWEED,EASTER LEDGES) : 58.2% Polygonum multiforum Thunb. (so called He Shou Wu, Fo-Ti) : 57.4% Next, they pay attention to the top two plants and study the tesosterone-stimulated growthsuppression of Hamster Flank Organs in terms of pigment macule areas(mm2). Their comparisonstandard is oxendolone.
Testosterone + 50% ethanol (control) left(untreatd) 7.2 right(treated) 19.4 inhibition rate 0% Testosterone + bayberry extract 0.5mg 7.1 11.8 39% Testosterone + Rosa rugosa 0.5mg 6.1 10.1 48% Testosterone + oxendolone 0.33micor mol 4.8 12.8 34% In short, bayberry extract inhibits the growth of right flank organ stimulated by testosterone by 39%locally, while oxendolone inhibits it by 34% and partially syemicaly(left organ is also suppressed).
Though Rosa rugosa inhibits the growth by as large as 48%, it works a bit systemically( see thefigure 6.1 < 7.2).
Third, they study the recovery scores of topical applications of stuffs from testosterone deppressedhair of mouse in shaved area. Score 1: less than 20% growth of hair, 20%<=score 2<40%,40%<=score 3<60%, 60%<score 4<80%, 80%<= score 5<100%. After 25 days of applications, graphically read. This means mouse's hairs applied with bayberry extract will regrow 2.5/3.5=71%in score compared to no androgenic hairs and grow about twice(2.5/1.2) in score of testosteronetreated hairs.
We can conclude that bayberry extract will be a potent topical (local) 5 alpha reductase inhibitor.
According to Dr. Matsuda, this study was done under the cooperation with a pharmaceuticalcompany, but this stuff has color and spots cloths, and they have not manufactured it product.
"Please apply it freely among hair loss people all over the world." This is his message.
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