I was wondering whether people having zero or just partial response to Equilibrant (or intolerance to it, or intolerance to high doses) have got better results with some changes on the intake form, or when moving to any other Oxymatrine supplier. For instance, @Hip has suggested here powder oxymatrine could be better absorbed than tablets. And the malabsorption problem makes complete sense to me since I daily complement Equilibrant intake w/ Selenium and every three days w/Astragalus, being both Equilibrant components. However, considering the other components of Equilibrant, I don't know whether it make sense to reduce Equilibrant tablets to powder.¿? In the four months I have been on Equilibrant, I had only one week of severe flu-like symptoms (suggesting effective long-term response) which happened by the 2 and 1/2 months of Equilibrant intake, after an increase in Astragalus supplementation. Beyond that, Equilibrant works for me, mainly, as an effective short term symptom reliever, at the current daily dose of 2 am - 1.5 pm tablets, which I have not been able to move up or down. Thus the questions I'd like to raise are: 1. Partial or non respondents to Equilibrant do get better results on alternative Oxymatrine suppliers? 2. People unable to tolerate the Equilibrant max. dosage (6 tablets), what strategies have you developed in order to increase your dosage from the well-tolerated level? 3. Has anyone tried to powdering Equilibrant tablets and getting better results from it? Thanks for sharing your experiences!