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Nebulized glutathione & negative feedback loop

Discussion in 'Detox: Methylation; B12; Glutathione; Chelation' started by helen1, Dec 23, 2014.

  1. helen1

    helen1 Senior Member

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    I'm wondering if anyone's had any experience nebulizing glutathione for pneumonia and especially if anyone knows whether doing so would cause a negative feedback loop with glutathione production.
     
  2. August59

    August59 Daughters High School Graduation

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    Clarification - Am I correct in interrupting that you nebulizing glutathione during an pneumonia infection?

    I'm guessing here when I say that nebulizing anything (except albuterol) in the lungs during a bout of pneumonia might not be recommended. Once the infection is well on its way to clearing a persons lungs might be just as effective and not carry the risk on prolonging the pneumonia. I'm probably looking at this wrong as I'm just going by experience form a couple of past pneumonia infections with my children when younger.

    Physicians just seem to be very guarded when it comes to introducing anything in the lungs (except albuterol) when a pneumonia infection has its hold on the lungs.

    I would certainly like to hear other opinions as well!
     
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    helen1 Senior Member

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    Yes, chronic low grade c.pneumoniae.

    It appears any form of glutathione will reduce endogenous production. So won't be nebulizing.
     

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