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PTree, desperate - how did you support adrenals?
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PTree, desperate - how did you support adrenals?

Ptree - you mentioned in an earlier post that you used Isocort in the past, and eventually got to a point where you didn't need it as much anymore. And people say that Isocort doesn't heal the adrenals, but gives them a rest so that the person can take other steps to heal the adrenals. Please help - what things did you do to get the the point where you didn't need the Isocort? It sounds like you did something that helped heal your adrenals. I'm desperate - am taking another brand of adrenal cortex (same ingredient, ordered Isocort in case there's a difference), but the adrenal cortex doesn't last all night because I still get the worst hypoglycemia in the middle of the night - it wakes me up and ruins sleep. I've done all of the folliwing, and none have helped me heal this: (sorry long list)

All of the Dr. Lam tips, and additionally avoiding foods that I've been tested sensitive to
Snack before bed with various types of ok foods
Researched and avoided all herbs that lower blood sugar
Scheduled eating, sleeping etc ala Dr. Lam
Using parsley water and kidney support herbs
Using Salt water
Using liver support herbs in rotation
Eating for my blood type (helped other problems but not this)
Tried an anti-candida plan (no other symptoms of candida though)

I can't flush my liver at all yet because Epsom Salts don't work on me - so I'm unable to reliably clear the colon before attempting a flush (even after months of colonics to try to get the bowels working better). Of various Bowel Cleanse programs, I've tried the 3 week Epsom Salt cleanse, (in addition to testing out larger doses of epsoms like what would be used in a liver flush), and several brands of herbal laxatives (not often, to avoid creating dependence)

I'm in a vicious circle: constipation, low blood Sugar (hypoglycemia), inability to ever do a liver flush, leading to congested liver, which means more congestion and more constipation, etc.

I'm writing this at 1:30 in the morning - because the hypglycemia woke me up and once I deal with it I'm up for several hours before able to fall asleep :-(

Any advice?



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