It sounded like Chris Recknor has accidentally discovered another one for Ohm's list, osteoarthritis. He said that Long-Hauler patients (I think it was) who have osteoarthritis say they're feeling much better. Recknor seemed to be leaning toward a trial for it.
I see on Ohm's list that he has Rheumatoid arthritis. Since Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease, this makes sense, because as we all know Leron modulates the immune system. But Osteoarthritis is caused by mechanical wear and tear on the joints. I'm sure Ohm would know why Leron would work on it, but I don't. But if Recknor says it works, it works. Add to the list, Ohm?
Meanwhile, I think Chuckles should franchise his In-n-Out Leron World. Drive in, get your hit of Leron w fries, plus a free toy. Drive out, feel good, no more road rage, and don't forget to dispose of you Leron dispenser in the handy-dandy refuse bin with the picture of Larrupin' Leron himself marked clearly on it. (Is Larrupin' Leron a Persian guy?)