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lyme in Putnam
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Doc putting me on, anyone hear of it?

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Seriphos is excellent for adrenal support.

http://www.interplexus.com/pdf/seriphos.pdf

SeriPhos

Excerpt:

. . . Phosphorylated Serine (brand name, SERIPHOS®) provides the activated or Phosphorylated Serine (see #4 in Diagram 1) in a chelate form of magnesium and calcium. . . .
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Thanks Keebler. I wake up shaking cortisol off the charts since I started progesterone. I'm on a low dose but making me more off, could be the bicillin though, don't know:(. Dr. H. Put me on adrenavive and hormone doc put me on pharmanex nighttime formula and allay from complementary prescriptions 4 tabs at bed for sleep. I sleep but I dream constantly, sleep is bad.

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Included here, too:

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/89790

Topic: NATURAL SLEEP & ADRENAL SUPPORT
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LIP: I had the same problem. 1 Cortisol Manager at night melted the cortisol away for the first time ever.

It actually made me a little angry that I spent so much money on Adaptenall and Adrenavive for a year and never got any relief. Something is in that (especially the Adrenavive) that seemed to make me feel worse.

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Thanks much. I'll ask about cortisol manager

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lyme in Putnam, how did you test your cortisol level? did you do the blood test or the saliva test?
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Saliva test.

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Seriphos made my cortisol so low I thought I was going to die in my sleep..one of the worse things I ever took..I didn't even have,the energy to get out of bed..

I am not sure why they gave,it,to me since my cortisol,was extremely low all day and just al little high at night..but I always try what they give me..

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It's designed to reduce cortisol. I guess it works but it's unfortunate that you had to find out the hard way. I had a doc who recently did the same to me and when I questioned him he said I needed it even tho my nighttime cortisol was fine.

I disregarded him and went back to my old doc. So much for a new opinion!

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Thanks lyme in Putnam.

lax mom, how large is the adrenavive pill?

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Regular capsule size

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