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Method of use: Injection, Pill
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Category: Dietary supplement
Niacin, also known as vitamin B3, nicotinic acid (not the same as nicotine) and vitamin PP, is an organic compound w...
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Niacin for High Cholesterol
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Niacin & Raynauds

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disease -- an optional step -- I was recently diagnosed...
" ...loss with low-carb?\ Hi everyone,\ I just got back from the doctor and he has prescribed me 500mg/daily of Niacin to try to control Raynaud's disease -- an optional step -- I was recently... "

to the affected area. I treat mine with niacin :) good...
" Look up Raynauds Phenomenon of the nipple. I have this in my ...temperature and completely cut off blood supply to the affected area. I treat mine with niacin :) good... "

to google Raynauds Disease. This is more often associated...
" Get her to google Raynauds Disease. This is more often associated with fingers and toes, but I used ...washrooms too. If it is, then gingko and/or B3 (niacin) are good... "

than done) and take niacin(no flush niacin makes me turn...
" After some of the research on alternative treatments for Raynauds, I've found I should drop caffeine *ugh*, relax(easier said than done) and take niacin(no flush niacin makes me turn... "

BEFORE the frosts start Niacin from Health shops. I take...
" Welcome Joanneswing. Raynauds I do know about, of ...the supermarket. Medication for the Raynauds caused me to swell up ...this BEFORE the frosts start Niacin from Health shops. I... "

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check it out. I've had raynauds since at least 1995, and...
" ...check it out. I've had raynauds since at least 1995, and ...my hands and feet warm no matter what. Gee, I would have tried the niacin lol. I don't know about you, but I can... "

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first varacose veins. I have Raynauds as well. I also have...
" ...first varacose veins. I have Raynauds as well. I also have ...of Folic Acid and also NIacin. I also think a B ...and vessles are good. The niacin pushes blood throught the vein.... "

appreciable difference to my Raynauds. (Even in the fairly...
" ...I stopped taking it. I started another thread to ask about the benefit of taking niacin (non flush) which was recommended ...no appreciable difference to my Raynauds. (Even in the fairly mild... "

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whole B family! I've used niacin in eeny teeny doses...
" Re: Raynaud's Disease Wow, sounds like you ...whole B family! I've used niacin in eeny teeny doses to try to combat my Raynaud's syndrome. Hoping that it was cause the flush... "

mostly no longer have Raynaud's Syndrome which...
" ...take both, with extra B3 (non-flush niacin called niacinamide)...I mostly no longer have Raynaud's Syndrome which I had developed after starting Xyrem. Note: not a doctor,... "

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