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Re: herbs /flush/gallstone question
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Re: herbs /flush/gallstone question

I got your point and took a shorter route. :) You can find pro virulent-anti for just about any supplement, something as seemingly innocuous as garlic and vitamin D3. Some of (the otherwise brilliant) Amy Proal's writings could literally scare anyone straight from sunshine. Iodine which is necessary for human life is a severe pro-oxidant in the absence of selenium,. Researchers unnecessarily scared the health-conscious away from vitamin A etc etc.

Even these Liver Flushes are highly controversial and can even be dangerous; everything is a caveat for the more knowledgeable. If you are truly worried about ALA as a weak chelator, take it in time-release form in tandem with DMSA, take it in synergy with carnitine... fulvic acid, humic acid, iodine. I personally would also take liposomal glutathione and vitamin C.

If you are concerned about hypermagnesemia, make sure you are sufficient in electrolytes in general and other co-factors such as potassium and silica, add some natural cacao, bananas and bamboo to your diet. I think the CZ warning on hypermagnesemia is sufficient enough. I personally monitored my mom with a blood pressure monitor and oximeter. If you are concerned about these flushes causing duct blockage, make sure to spend a month softening stones with EDTA, bitter herbs and malic acid.

I donít think itís as simple as any one researcher makes it, and certainly should not be made complicated for someone in desperate need. I would actually more call into question the notion of isolating a single substance (away from other co-factors) and bottling it. Iím a strong believer in the concept behind 'like supports like.' I'm also in favor of cycling supplements and taking holidays from them.

My advice to anyone who truly wants to cure or heal themselves, keep reading and absorbing everything with an intellectual curiousity and never accept the status quo for an answer, view the answers as totally elusive. Anyone can become their own doctor, but very few are actually any good at it.

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