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lithium experiences

Discussion in 'General Treatment' started by leaves, Jul 6, 2011.

  1. roxie60

    roxie60 Senior Member

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    I looked at the label you linked and it appears the enzymes mostly impact the pancreas. Still trying to understand how all this realtes but I thought the LO went into blood stream and passes the blood brain barrier easier?
     
  2. undcvr

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    - everybody is different so that dosage is whatever dose it starts attacking your thyroid and depending on whatever pstd issues u need it for u might need more or less. But in general I have not heard pple take more than 20-25mg a day unless they are taking it for bipolar or schizophrenia or something but then they wud be on the Rx version and that wud be monitored by a doc.

    - that is wrong, systemic enzymes affect So much more than just the pancreas, much much more. It's all about understanding what these things really do so that you can save money and not get lied and cheated by all these pple who mark their prices up for the same exact thing just labeled differently.

    -nobody really understands why Li affects the thyroid but it does and LO can do it too
     
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  3. tyson oberle

    tyson oberle

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    I do see that wonbezym's description states that it is enteric-coated but however I don't see anywhere that solgar's pancreatin is enteric-coated. So how do we know if solgar's pancreatin is indeed enteric-coated?
     
  4. undcvr

    undcvr Senior Member

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    google it and look at a pic of it on any vitamin website selling it
    but just for clarification glyceryl triacetate is the coating agent
    Again u do not need to have it coated but u shud take tums b4 enzymes that are not
     
  5. roxie60

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    I just added in Lithium Orotate 3 nights ago. It's excellent for focus, but I've been awake until 5 or 6 am all 3 nights. I did run out of Melatonin, which probably isn't helping, but does it keep anyone else up?
     

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