I have been trying different supplements and herbs. The Pall Protocol seemed to work o.k. at first and then I had a major flare up and it seems to be ineffective now. I tried a multi-vitamin from Walmart that my husband was taking called OneSource Energy for men. It seems to work very well (better than the Pall Protocol), but I can't figure out why. It has lots of vitamins, including D3 and Large doses of B-Vitamins, antioxidants, and some amino acids. I think it might be the amino acids that are different from the Pall Protocol so I would like to try more of those. In particular, I am confused as to what amino acids would be beneficial and what would not, especially when it comes to Glycine, Glutamine, Arginine and Aspartate. Some say they are great and some say not so much. I am pretty sure I should stay away from the Aspartate and Glutamine. I have fibromyalgia and CFS, so I would think I would want to stay away from anything that helps to create more glutamate or is a neuroexcitatory. But, I don't know. I am thinking about trying each amino acid one by one for a couple weeks to see what happens. Does anyone have any ideas of what might work and what might not? I am slowly trying several supplements, herbs, and vitamins that are said to help with CFS and FMS. I have about 50 different things right now that I am going to try one by one. It should take me about a year. Seriously. HERE IS THE LIST OF AMINO ACIDS I AM INTERESTED IN TRYING: essential amino acids arginine histidine isoleucine leucine lysine methionine phenylalanine threonine tryphtophan valine non-essential amino acids alanine asparagine aspartate cysteine glutamate glutamine glycine proline serine tyrosine My next step is to buy some herbs and antibiotics that treat mycoplasma just to see if there is any improvement. I think after that, I will have officially tried just about everything I can try without getting into a scientific study. I am hoping something will work.