Supplements

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Vitamins, minerals and herbs used to support health and detoxification.

Added Yaeyama Chlorella

Presently I have been on Minocycline for over two weeks. The inflammation has been increasing in small increments daily. I was not keeping on top of the load of toxins/porphyria with my usual doses of glucose, Emergen-C and charcoal. So a couple of days ago (9/20) my recent supplement order was delivered which included some Yaeyama Chlorella to try out. Only after two days of use before lunch I am impressed of how effect it seems for me. It is the perfect pre-lunch mopper. Which is a time of day I really need help. It is when it is not convenient to take any of the other moppers I use. But to be clear, I definitely will continue all of them at the usual times I take them as well.

Need a Word of Encouragement

A word of encouragement?? I haven't checked in for quite a while. Been doing ok, but have been undergoing Vitamin C IV treatments for 4 weeks followed by Rifampin 150mg twice a day for 4 days.  My energy is zapped and the Rifampin feels like poision to my body.

1st week on Mino & wondering?

Well, I don't have to tell you that I am pleased things turned out pretty good for me. The first few days of Minoi were misery but then things began to settle down. The last couple days I haven't had to take extra Emergen-C but I am still stiff and achy. Plus my eyes are so red some folks at the store look at me as if I am crying OR stoned... sympathy or disdain. Of course either way I don't appreciate the vibes so quickly move on. Also I have daily coughing sessions and about gag at times trying to break loose the mucus stuck in my bronchial airways. (sorry) Sometimes it just feels like a hair stuck in my throat. It is worse for me in the mornings.

Results from Using Varied Forms of B12

Yesterday I took Hydroxycobalamin 5mgs in the morning, and Methylcobalamin 5mgs and also Dibencozide Coenzymated B-12 8mgs in the afternoon. By late afternoon, I was feeling super-charged. Not like caffeine (I only had decaf tea)but smoother.

We went out for sushi and to an art opening. I was so alert, energized and awake. Did not have any trouble falling asleep when we got home. But I remember this is the way I used to feel in my 30's and 40's when I would go out to openings and dance clubs in LA and feel good about being active.

iron and chlorella

I've been thinking about how I can reduce inflammationi and the effects of taking Flagyli.  I've gotten many suggestions, some of which I'm in the process of placing in place while others I'm still trying to decide on.  This post is about one of them - Chlorella and its Iron content, and how that relates to Cpni.

Chlorella

I've been taking a small amount of Chlorella last two days. In the past I've had some good success with it but it's been a double edge sword for me. What goes up must come down seems could be my slogan.

I decided to try a small amount. I'm taking 1/8 tsp or about as muc in a size "O" capsule each morning. Each day about noon I've felt about as normal as I could want and almost slightly euphoric (Maybe just because I was happy to feel normal).  I will stay with this for a while. Feeling pretty good for a few hours is better than feeling like crap all day. Although I usually do feel better by the end of the day.

Post update with sub-post (Tumeric and vitamin c complex)

Hello everyone. Its been a while since my last post but here it is.  I have been feeling a lot better since I started my protocol in May. I still have symptoms such as joint pain, urithtitis, nasua and some other norms but overall I feel a lot better since pre ABXi. I am still in the Navy but will be getting out in a  year. The night shifts are killing me and being up  all day and night is not good for me. I feel some symptoms come back a little stronger after a night shift. The good thing is I finished my IT degree and will be getting a steady 9-5 job as soon as I get out. Anyways. I will be starting my second pulse on monday next week. I also have been trying some new things. I find a couple tespoons of tumeric mixed with water is a better antiimflamatory then vitmain c.

Antibiotics to be available without prescription

This is the news:  In England, possible antibioticsi to be sold over the counter, to treat CHLAMYDIA!

This is the story form http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2008/aug/06/health<

Oral antibiotics are to be made available for the first time without doctor's prescription under guidelines approved yesterday by the medicines regulator.

A pill to treat chlamydia, the most commonly diagnosed sexually transmitted infection, will become available for purchase in pharmacies across England later this year.

Slammed in the head!

As I write this today I am not fully recovered but will try my best to convey what my latest experience involved. Am writing this with my right eye closed as a matter of fact. So anyway ... what I want to write about in my blog today is reflective of years of chronic illness that I merely pushed off as hormonal induced migraines that we women had to bear in life. Of course ... I think I know better now. Not that hormones cannot play a role in this illness but that I know the true instigator I believe.

Iodoral Sources

Would anyone be willing to PM  me their source for Iodoral?   There are many listed on the internet, all at varying prices, and I question some's integrity.   I would like to find a source  that is the most reasonable and reputable.

I have been taking Atomodine drops but would rather just add another pill to the mix :).  I haven't been able to determine if the drops are making a difference or not.

Thank you all....

Be well and blessed,

Jeanne

 

 

 

 

diet and excersice

Hello everyone and God bless

B12 Methylcobalamin Dosage And CPn Antibody Attachment?

Saying as CPni continually creates antibodies that attach to B12 meaning your body can't utilise all the B12 that is stored, why after 3 months should the 4000mcg dosage of B12 be reduced to taking once per day?  Will it harm continuing to take 3 times daily, even though it seems to have made no difference to Paula's fatigue?

Thanks,

Mark

Health Freedom Warning: Drug Company Seeks to Outlaw Vitamin B6 to Protect Pharma Profits

I subscibe to this newsletter, as I believe a few others do here.  Sometimes the author may seem "a bit over the top"; BUT, his information is usually spot on and helpful.  We as citizens of the great US of A.... are quietly being hoodwinked by going's on such as this article; i.e., drug companies/Big Pharma are committing  widespread biopiracy, stealing all the good medicine from nature<, claiming patent protection on the useful molecules, and getting the FDA to outlaw virtually all the natural substances from which those medicines were first derived!

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Update added FIR sauna & moving along slowly.

We got our FIRi sauna set up last weekend and I have been eagerly but cautiously using it for 10 min. at the start of my day after drinking water to hydrate first thing. Probably the most interesting result thus far is it restarted the eye burning, sneezing, bronchial irritation with resulting cough. These are all at minor degrees but nevertheless it is a direct response to using the sauna I believe as nothing else has changed in  my environment. The heat from the sauna feels soothing on my sore back and shoulders but causes some itching and then later in the day they ache again especially at night. But less so than on the MPi and prior to starting the NACi, supplementsi, etc.

another supplement

I've read about a supplement that others here have taken in the past.  I decided to give it a try, thinking that if nothing else, it will help clean up endotoxini in my system.

The supplement is GliSODin.  From what I've read, it seams to be an antioxidant">i enhancer, possibly in the way Alpha Lipoic Acid seems to be.  I'm unsure about how beneficial it will be but I decided it's worth trying.

I'm interested in any experience you may have with it, thanks.you may have with it, thanks.

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