Joshua Leisk (Researcher)
- Sydney, Australia
Well done.Thank you Learner ! yes I can see why it may seem that way to people who have watched many 'treatments' come and go. OK here is a picture of the exact things I am taking. In many cases they are in line with the dosage on the label, if not then I roughly follow Joshua's timetable, adjusting weights down if I think it might be too strong or if I am just starting it ( to check for allergies etc ). He recommends for example not taking full amounts of Reishi to begin with. Because its a liquid I lack an accurate way to compare the amount to what is stated in grams ( all reishi products vary anyway in their active ingredient amounts ), so I just judge it by how much is in the pippette, say 1 inch long amount, either once or twice into a cup of water. I use a digital scale to measure glycine and sodium benzoate and oat bran ( only taken the latter once so far ). Something you all might find interesting is that my urine has changed color to bright yellow, radioactive looking or florescent yellow like a high vis jacket.
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These look good.
I may have missed it - which reishi product are you using? The triterpenes / triterpenoids are the active ingredients. We're targeting around 40mg of triterpenes, at least 3x a day. This is what stops the viral alterations in the cell and allows them to signal for apoptosis... which then requires the immune response from the beta-glucans.
If anyone is unsure of their vitamin D status, I'd personally err on the higher side. The macrophage response from the beta-glucans requires normal serum D3 levels.
Also, my apologies for how sick you're going to feel for the next few weeks.. no one has enjoyed this part much.