Dasatinib from Bon Hoa

A couple weeks ago, I placed an order for Lucius Dasatinib from Bon Hoa.  So far, I've taken 200 mg on two consecutive days.  It had zero effect on me...no nausea, no tiredness, nada.  I am curious if anyone else has noticed a lack of effects from Lucius Dasatinib from Bon Hoa.  I am wondering if it is even real generic Dasatinib.  Thanks to anyone willing to comment.  I appreciate your sharing.

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  • I had great results Lucius but I push myself very hard athletically so I could see the results quickly. I am sure my batch was the real deal. Maybe you are too young? 

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      • Kevin A
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      Larry Assuming that I did not receive genuine Dasatinib, it is possible that the problem may lie only with Bon Hoa and not Lucius.  As others have mentioned, it is a roll of the dice when dealing with some of these companies.  I will look for an alternative and try again.

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  • based on my results and people who did with me, I'd have a hard time believing you wouldn't feel it quickly. Within hours. Even at 100mg it's effects are pretty strong.

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      • Kevin A
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      uzoma iwuagwu Thanks! Yes, I've followed other's experiences for the last couple years and I was expecting this also.

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  • The recommended dose of Dasatinib is 2.5 mgs per kg of bodyweight taken on either 2 consecutive days or 1 day repeated 1 week later with a 6 - 7 month break.

    I wouldn't take this or any other senolytic compounds under the age of 60 unless you have or had some major health problems

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      • Kevin A
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      Charles Grashow Yes, I am 50 and my weight is ~190 lb/86 kg.  I was a smoker for a good part of my earlier life so I'm guessing I have more than an average amount of senescent cells

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  • Bonhoa Lucius Dasatinib was tested by a third party and found to be the real deal as posted elswhere in this Forum. I then ordered some and personally found the effects to be as expected. Could you post photos of your Lucius Dasatinib box taken at an angle to show the distinctive seal and markings. The genuine article would be a difficult counterfeit job as you can see from my attached photos.

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      • Kevin A
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      William Gilbert Thanks for the picture.  One thing that I noticed is that the tape at the top of your box has the Lucius watermark.  Mine did not have the watermark on the tape.

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      William Gilbert Did you feel flu like symptoms?  If yes, how long did it take for you to feel those effects?

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      Mild flu symptoms occurred about 6 hours after dosing and tapered off over about 3 days.  

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      • Kevin A
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      William Gilbert Thank you.

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  • Kevin A.,

    It took me four weeks, including the 2 weeks that it took to get through Customs, to get Dasatinib from Bon Hoa. Since you say that it only took you a "couple weeks" and have not posted pictures of it as requested, I'll give you a day to post your Bon Hoa order number for me to check  before flagging you to the site Administrator.

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      • Kevin A
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      William Gilbert   Uhhh....threatening to flag a guy who is trying to determine whether or not he has genuine Dasatinib.  That's pretty rude, man!

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  • Kevin A.

    The recommended dosage schedule alone is typically a "couple weeks." I don't believe that you could place an international order through to dosing it all in a "couple weeks."

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  • Kevin A., 

    In your initial post you stated a "couple weeks" that is NOT a reasonable time frame to receive an international shipment through Customs and especially since your "couple weeks" included the Dasatinib dosing period that is in itself usually a "couple" weeks. Your initial post raised doubt because of your stated time frame. 

    The BonHoa Lucias Dasatinib that was third party tested was described elsewhere in this forum as being in tablet form and not capsules that you show in your pictures. Also, the Dasatinib that I received was in the form of single scored white baby aspirin sized tablets. 

    Your pictures of a yellow powder in red capsules are obviously something different.

    Also, your order was with BonHoaHealth.com whereas mine was with BonHoa.com.

    I now find that BonHoa.com is NOT reachable, and that I received an unsolicited email dated November 2nd from anticancermedicine@gmail.com advising me that BonHoaHealth.com is the new website.

    I am confident that what I got was genuine Dasatinib because of the sophisticated holographic package seals, the expected tablet form, and because of the expected mild flu-like symptoms that resulted.

    My payment was through Paypal.

    Assuming that you also paid through Paypal, I recommend that you open a dispute through Paypal to recover your payment.

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  • I'm sorry that your order took longer than mine.  I'm not sure why this is a factor in your analysis of my original post.  Perhaps it is because I live on the West Coast.  I do not know.  My original order was through Bon Hoa and yes, I also received the same email about the new website.

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  • I just logged into www.bonhoahealth.com. The signin info and order history is correct from my transactions with www.bonhoa.com. The prices have gone up, and several new brands of dasatinib are in the catalog.

    I would not consume yellow powder in red capsules from a package labeled as tablets.

    I just completed a round of dasatinib/quercetin.  The effects were quite mild, within my normal range of ordinary variation.  I did notice that the lowest overnight heart rate was 70, instead of the more usual low 60s.  Another possible change is that I reached a higher heart rate swimming, and recovered more quickly.  So overall, there does seem to be something effective in the pills and it appears to be good.  But the data is mushy enough that it could just be everyday variation.  I'll be watching the heart rate data more closely next time in about 6 months.

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