Dr Scott Sherr is an expert in integrative and health optimization medicine and the COO of the company Troscriptions that offers “troches”, methylene blue lozenges. He talks about the origins of methylene blue, its effects on the brain, where it concentrates, how it interacts with light, when you want to take it, the difference between polyethylene glycol and propylene glycol, and more.
I find it fascinating that methylene blue can act as both a nootropic and an anti-pathogenic substance. If you’re having trouble sourcing high quality methylene blue in these times check out Troscriptions buccal troches. I love using all three of their products in different situations.
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9 thoughts on “How, When & Why Methylene Blue w/ Dr. Scott Sherr | Mitolife Radio Ep. #157”
I just sent you a message on IG about this and bam… you gotta stop doing this bro. Right on time🤯🙏🏼💚🔥
Thanks for the video. Just bought a lot of MB to try out.
Methylene blue is a bit shady to me. It's promoted by mainstream matrix level shit like cnn, forbes, ted, and stanford. It has Polyethylene Glycol and stevia extract in it. I have tried it, before. Just felt a drug like effect like jittery like coffee can do. Wasnt a fan and for that reason im out.
Thanks Matt for all you do !
Funny, i took .25 mb and came to hbot with the plan to listen to this… so many pieces lining up! Mild HBOT has been huge for me and helped a lot with mild tbi, now as a nice way to reboot my energy levels.
I've been using methylene blue since learning about it through your podcast last year. Around the same time started going to the gym, and while my endurance was pretty good before, I would say it has improved since implementing the blue.
Is there any concern with the nitric oxide inhibition over the long term? Especially as related to the heart?
Heartbreaking to get so excited and then realize they don't ship to Canada 🙁