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linky123
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Has anyone found anything to support the adrenals that doesn't contain licorice?

My blood pressure goes up when I take it.

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Good info here.

http://flash.lymenet.org/ubb/ultimatebb.php/topic/1/39511

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In addition to the excellent link Bea posted, be sure to get Wilson's book and see other articles here. Ashwagandha, Cordyceps and Eleuthero (aka: Siberian Ginseng - but it's not a true ginseng) are all wonderful places to begin.


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Topic: NATURAL SLEEP & ADRENAL SUPPORT


There is a particular brand of licorice that may work better for you as it's very low in the glyz. acid, detailed below -- although there are certain MANY other adrenal support herbs. Many others in set above.

http://flash.lymenet.org/scripts/ultimatebb.cgi?ubb=get_topic;f=3;t=033252;p=0

LICORICE ROOT LINKS

Excerpt: . . . Zagarese licorice comes from a species (glycyrrhiza glabra) grown in the southern part of Italy. Its natural glycyrrhizin content is only about 5%, so there is no need to deglycyrrhizinate it. . . .
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Keebler and Bea, thank you.

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Sea Salt and Vitamin C along with pantothentic acid (b-5) are excellent support for the adrenal glands.

Sea salt also reportedly kills bb, cysts and parasites according to reports from the lymestrategies group. I had SEVERE adrenal fatigue to the point of being bed ridden and not being able to talk, and this is what helped pull me out of it.

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Adrenevive doesn't have licorice. It is expensive though.
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