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List your 3 favorite supplements

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by leaves, Jan 5, 2011.

  1. SaraM

    SaraM Senior Member

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    My update:

    2 g methyl b12 (brain fog and depression)
    800 mg methylfolate (solgar for brain fog and depression)
    fish oil (inflammation and gut pain)
    Hyarulonic acid (for tendon pain)
    bakin soda at night (muscle pain)

    bad ones for me :
    Mag in high doses causes chest pain and heart ache
    vitamin D causes severe muscle pain

    My spectracel lab results showed lots of deficiencies . B3, B5, b12, biotin, zinc, cal, mag, vit C

    copper, glutathione, carnitine, co Q10 , ALA ,vit A, vit E and strangely folic acid were high normal
     
  2. ggingues

    ggingues $10 gift code at iHerb GAS343 of $40

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    FYI, I take a prescription fish oil, 3 grams per day, prescribed by my Dr. I think this is a much higher dose than I was taking before, 1 teaspsoon of Nordic Naturals.

    GG

    PS And it cost me $50 for a 3 month supply.
     
  3. leaves

    leaves Senior Member

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    hmm i want to update my post, i dont take sam-e and thejarrow bright anymore. If I now make a list it would be;

    1 methylfolate (makes me dream again)
    2 zinc (25mg) (more energy, more stable)
    3 vitamin e with tocotrienols (PMS)
    and for meds:LDN
    and I also like magnesium, strep free probiotic, k2, d3, vitamin c, r-lipoic acid, coconut milk, fish oil, cdp choline, bacopa, natural vitamin a, NAC
    I DO NOT like; borage oil, imunovir, methylb12, 5 htp rhodiola, ZEN, strep-probio, b6, sam-e (long time effects are bad, at first good, same with 5-htp and rhodiola)
     
  4. Wayne

    Wayne Senior Member

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    A to B Calm (Brand Name) has a product called Freeze Dried Calcium/Magnesium. It's a powder that when dissolved in water gets into your muscles within minutes. Not sure if it would be the same for getting into cells, but given how well it works for me, it wouldn't surprise me at all.

    I've used this in the past with great success, and just started taking it again to possibly help with sleep. It's turned out to be more helpful for sleep than ever, and am fairly amazed how well it's worked the past three nights. I've tried other magnesium supplements, but none come close in effectiveness and its fast action.

    This product has done wonders for my sister as well who suffered all her life with a stiff neck from having been a breach baby. It's the only thing that has ever helped her on a consistent basis. Click on the image below to get more information. -- I think there's something about freeze-dried that makes this a unique product.

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  5. Tired of being sick

    Tired of being sick Senior Member

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    Not my favorite but what I'm deficient on

    D3
    Magnesium
    Krill oil

    Was on B12 but Doc said I no longer need it since my b12 level is in the 2,000's!
     
  6. perchance dreamer

    perchance dreamer Senior Member

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    My 3 favorites:

    Curcumin SLCP (Longvida)--Great help with short-term memory.

    DHA--Boosts my mood.

    Citicoline (CDP Choline)--Helps me sleep although I take it mid afternoon.
     
  7. sickntired771

    sickntired771

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    B12 injections
    Blue Bonnett Ubiquinol
    Kyolic garlic
     
  8. Rand56

    Rand56 Senior Member

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    Kutaj
    D-serine
    Pregnenolone

    Atleast for now anyway LOL
     

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