← Return to Brachioradial pruritus. (severe itching on forearms and neck, no rash).

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First, Google returns many results addressing an itch or tingle CAUSED by Beta Alinine. Have you experienced this? How can it both cause and stop itching? Second, would you please give more information on the dosage you use? For example, do you take 750MG once a day or divided? Do you double the dose for breakthroughs? Finally, if you would be so kind, please send a link to the NIH article.

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Here is the link…under treatment they added b-alanine back in February of this year.
https://rarediseases.info.nih.gov/diseases/10278/aquagenic-pruritus#ref_15975
Here is a link to the Stanford paper
https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/pde.14440
I take 750 mg every 4 hours as needed. I use the capsules but you can buy in powder and play with dosing. The info on the bottles is for preworkout dosing which is much higher then I need for my itch…T high doses most people feel a strange tingling, so it is recommended to start with low dose.

Before showing, I take1500 mg and if taken on an empty stomach, I get the tingling feeling…so I try not to take on and empty stomach.

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