@Sanchez1234 -> Great work. This helps to alleviate a key outstanding question on this thread about Kane's seti. However, I still feel like there are two related outstanding questions: 1) Is the salted version of seti just as effective as the acid version (base version)? 2) Does the salted version of seti have other sides, or is it potentially harmful to consume orally? (which I'm doing right now at 1g/day) So regarding these questions: does anyone know enough about pharmacology to speak intelligently about either of these, particularly #1? Should the two molecules behave in a similar fashion to attack the PGD2 receptor? Or is it possible they would behave very different? Is there a reason the salted version of seti would be inappropriate to take orally? (For instance, @westonci made a comment to this effect in post #257 on this thread, which has be a bit nervous). On a related note: Has anyone tried Kane's seti orally and gotten positive results? westonci's results seem to be with the acid version. I would prefer to take that version (instead of Kane's like I'm doing currently) to minimize variables here, so if anyone can let me know where the private forum group buy procured their seti, that would be awesome.