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YinYang
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Just started a salt/c experiment and I'm wondering if anyone can explain to me what early die off tends to feel like. Is there any sensation or feeling of exiting microfilarial worms?
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Tingling, vibrations, tachycardia to name a few can be some of the symptoms. Depends how much you are taking. Ramp up slow because it is pretty powerful. What symptoms are you having if any?

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I might just be far too tuned into every little thing, but I'm feeling lots of small soft itchy/tickley sensations. From time to time, I feel a slight sting or tingle. Wondering if I'm just imagining things or hypersensitive to noticing because I'm expecting something.
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No, I don't think you're imagining those sensations. Sounds like the salt/c is starting to work.

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In that case Gael, I'm a little weirded out but thankful I FINALLY started down this path. Hoping to kick this whole nightmare someday.
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That's great...remember ramp up slowly and eat foods high in potassium to balance out electrolytes.

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This is an old thread but someone is looking for information so I wanted add the experience I have/ had.

I get instant debilitating brain fog.
One second memory.
I remember nothing within 1 second.
There is no pain. But that’s not the point. I am a zombie incapable of taking care of myself safely.

I will stop all parasitic treatment and it will take up to a month to get back to baseline. It is very serious stuff no matter the amount of detox I do.

If you have Lyme and company, please do a parasitic cleanse under the care of a LLMD so you do not lose the gains you have made.

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I have to agree with Bartenderbonnie.

I thought Vit. C and salt, what can be so bad about that?

It was very harsh, I didn't last long and it set me back in my treatment. It's been so many years, I can't remember the symptoms, just how miserable I was.

I do remember my LLMD asking me to do what he recommended for me, or at least let him know if I was going to go off on my own self medicating way. He had a good point, because he is experienced and had a plan for me that was successful.

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