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PhillyLyme
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I was watching a video wher dr. H talked about the 15 ares doctor need to think about when treating lyme patients.

One of those items was neurotoxins. I have had some minor issues lingering so now that ihave stopped abx iasked my doc about it...

He recommend a product called MCS-2. has anyone hear of it?

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If this is it, it's an excellent company and one that my ND often recommends.

It appears to be a very nice formula with vitamins and specific nutrients, especially vital amino acids such as methionine which is essential to the liver being able to detox.

It has only a very basic amount of key herbs but they are at least extracts and the combination is good.

It's great that there are NO additives.

Not suitable for vegetarians.

Not sure about the Bovine Parotid tissue. The parotid gland is a salivary gland. I think that is likely included to help break down nutrients to be better used by the body.

My guess is that it would not be stimulating as bovine adrenal tissue can be (which I could never take) still, I'd buy only one bottle (no more) until you see how you do with it.

Other than that, I see nothing of concern. Looks like an excellent choice.

http://www.healthdesigns.com/biotics-research-mcs2-90-capsules?gclid=CJ-AjMCDi7ECFWIGRQod_n4TJg

Biotics Research MCS-2
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My integrative doctor has this at her office. Its a good supp!


There is another product DR. H recommends called MedCaps DPO by Xymogen for detox.

I am on a bunch of other things for liver. I take acetyl-glutathione, NAC, ALA, and Nrf2 Activator by Xymogen. I also take something similiar to MCS-2 by Standard Process called Livaplex.

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PhillyLyme
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I am not sure if I should go this route (MCS or DPO) or jsut go the natual herb way...cilantro / chlorella...

Will see if I find a LL Herbelist

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