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Gluathion IV ---> Now I can't move

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by davidfibdou, Sep 1, 2014.

  1. davidfibdou

    davidfibdou

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    hi everyone
    I did a glutathione iv ... the one with the bag that hangs over you and drips for 10 min..sorry i dont know the technical term for it but now I am bedridden. can anyone offer some advise to help me out a little?
     
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    barbc56 Senior Member

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    Also what medications are you on? Glutathione can modify drug responses. It can also trigger physiological changes. I am a fan of glutathione, but there are lots of reasons why it might be inappropriate too.
     
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    Glutathione is better to assist naturally in the production of the body, through enhancing methylation function I have found. Supplemented glutathione can reduce intra cellular b12 and disrupt its transport in the body, from some research articles I have seen. It could also just be de tox, some people respond positively and others not as much. Though sometimes feeling worse with de tox can be expected. I have that issue with methyl folate which at times would make me bed ridden in fatigue or really inflammed, however I have the COMT mutation for it so I need it to properly have a strong cellular functioning.
     

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