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Liposomal Glutathione

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by Vitalic, May 1, 2015.

  1. Vitalic

    Vitalic Senior Member

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    Hey, so I ordered some Glutathione from Readisorb a few weeks back but completely failed to realise it is supposed to be refrigerated, how screwed am I if it has been sitting at room temp for 3 weeks or so?
     
  2. Sasha

    Sasha Fine, thank you

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    I'd email them and ask. :hug:
     
  3. JPV

    JPV ɹǝqɯǝɯ ɹoıuǝs

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  4. Sherpa

    Sherpa Ex-workaholic adrenaline junkie

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    I have found that liposomal glutathione still works even after its "supposed" to be expired, according to my body's reponse.
     
  5. Vitalic

    Vitalic Senior Member

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    Interesting thanks. I guess there is no realistic way to know for sure, I suppose worst case it has no effect. If money was no object I would just order some more but I'm tempted to try it for a couple of weeks to see if there is any response.
     
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    zzz0r Senior Member

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    how long until lipo glutathione takes effect?
     
  7. Sherpa

    Sherpa Ex-workaholic adrenaline junkie

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    For me it takes effect in about 30 mins or less after taking on an empty stomach
     
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    Kiwi Jack

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    How much lipo glutathione do you take per dose, how many times per day, any idea the upper maximal limits?
     
  9. JohnSilver

    JohnSilver CFS Fighter

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    From what I know .. the only component that can go bad is the lecithin + water component ; the glutathione itself will not go bad .. so what I would do is compare the smell of your old batch to a fresh batch .. if no rancid / extra foul smell is noted in the old batch, I would use the old batch.. I am saying "extra foul" since liposomal solutions are not pleasant smelling to begin with, so don't just dump it out unless you don't want to take a chance.
     
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    Hello Sherpa, I have been studying all your posts one by one as best as I could. A lot of valuable and pragmatic info and thank u for sharing them!

    As for liposomal glutathione, I started it yesterday with 5ml as the recommended dosage on bottle, and experienced a slight calming effect probably. Today, I just increased to 10ml to see how I feel. What doses have you tried?

    I studied Dr. Lam's approach to AF on his website, and do you still recommend his book and which one? For B5, I would like to find out your experience with dosage.

    Thanks a lot!
     
  11. Sherpa

    Sherpa Ex-workaholic adrenaline junkie

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    @jixx I took the "recommended dose" of glutathione on the bottle... maybe 600mg? It was expensive so I used it sparingly. Once I got my methylation cycle unblocked I didn't need to take it anymore, I was making my own. I'll never forget the day it worked, it was a peaceful, nice feeling.

    I was helped by Dr. Lam's writings. I recommend his work. I only read his first book.

    I started small with B5 and went up to large doses when I had terrible AFS. I think I worked up to 1200mg of pantethine + 1200mg of panthethonic acid total, in divided doses.
     
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    jjxx Senior Member

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    Those are the exact information I am looking for. Many thanks for your prompt response!
     
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    jjxx Senior Member

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    After three days of liposomal glutathione, I understand fully what you mean about its effect and why you don't need it anymore after get your methylation working. I am working on my methylation, and hoping I will not need it one day as you. But for now, I will look into how to make it on my own too.

    Based on your posts I have read, you recovered from an advanced stage of AF. How long did it take you to recover from it? Do you have a post detailing what you took, in what dosage and for how long? It will greatly help.
     
  14. Sherpa

    Sherpa Ex-workaholic adrenaline junkie

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    I did recover from severe AFS. It took me about 1.5 years to Recover from that. But even when I got my adrenal symptoms resolved, I still had low energy: parasites, nutritional imbalances, mitochondrial dysfunction, methylation cycle block, disturbed circadian rhythm, photosensitivity, subclinical hypothyroidism, and more. I would call that basket of issues CFS. It took me additional 2.5 years to sort that out. 4 years total from broken down mess to healthy looking and feeling. I made a lot of mistakes and could've saved months or years.

    I do have some rough "snapshot" notes of what I took but it is very personalized. You, me and Freddd likely have very different symptoms and or illnesses entirely.
     
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    @Sherpa do you know the logic behind taking panthetine and pantothenic? I realized I still benefited from pantothenic even when taking panthetine but not sure why
     
  16. Sherpa

    Sherpa Ex-workaholic adrenaline junkie

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    One form is natural, one form is converted & active ... so it works immediately and also fills the tank up with raw materials- I think.
     
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