Hi @I am Phoenix - I don't know the dose but am tagging @Learner1 here, I know she uses glutathione and may be able to help you. Also, it might be good to change the title of your thread to be more specific, something like "What is the dosage for intranasal glutathione" - the more specific the better. There are so many posts and threads, members can't read them all, and often will just scan titles. And there are a ton of posts about glutathione.
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I did a Google search and could not find it so I thought perhaps you knew. Hopefully my doctor will understand it. I have a feeling she may not :-( I will try the compounding pharmacy and see if they know. Thank you again!
Glutathione has to be provided intranasally, transdermally or via IV, but she believes IV dumps too much of it too quickly, causing adverse initial reactions. She prescribes compounded intranasal glutathione, 250 mg/ml, two sprays in each nostril three times per day. (Dr. Klimas uses the Key Compounding Pharmacy in Seattle).
I have never tried as I don't know where to get it from. I tried to contact Skips pharmacy in Florida who I've read Susan Levine's patients use, but they never replied. So I'm interested if anyone has a good pharmacy recommendation or has tried GlutaQuick