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anyone else here do regular/daily glutathione injections?

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by VitaminK2, Jun 9, 2017.

  1. VitaminK2

    VitaminK2

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    I've been doing them more frequently now and I'm starting to see some noticeable results especially with my sinuses. My energy is still up and down but my sinuses have been much clear with more frequent glutathione injections. The anti-inflammatory effects seems to be keeping my sinus congestion/inflammation at bay.

    I usually do 1-2ml (200mg/ml) per day or every other day.
     
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  2. PeterPositive

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    Hi,
    I don't do injections. just take oral GSH around 1000-1500mg/day and it works as anti-inflammatory as well.
    Contrary to what most doctors say, i.e. oral GSH is ineffective due to breaking down in it's basic aminoacids, I find consistent relief by taking it.

    Can't say the same for the S-Acetyl form of glutathion which on paper looks better but in actuality does nothing for me.

    cheers
     
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    Mary Senior Member

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    Do you mind sharing what brand you take? Also, do you know anything about setria glutathione?
     
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    boombachi Senior Member

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    I take oral nac to increase glutathione. It has cleared up my psoriasis, improved migraines and period pains and I get less tendonitus pain. It hasn't touched the cfs as far as I can tell. :meh::grumpy:
     
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  5. PeterPositive

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    I use Jarrow's Reduced Glutathione, 500mg.
    Unfortunately it's far from cheap :( especially at 2-3 capsules/day (typically I take 2), but it works and if I suspend it I get noticeably worse after 7-10 days.

    It didn't ring a bell so I looked it up and found this product:
    https://www.swansonvitamins.com/swanson-ultra-maximum-strength-l-glutathione-500-mg-30-veg-caps

    It is reduced glutathione, 500mg. Looks the same as the Jarrow product I am taking. Maybe there are differences in how it's manufactured but I don't know the details.
     
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    What specific benefits -- besides less inflammation -- are you experiencing @PeterPositive ?
     
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    Well, besides less inflammation not much. But less inflammation for me improves digestion, pain and ultimately gives back a bit of energy and mental focus. Less discomfort is always welcome :)
     
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