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Dave6002
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I have been away for a while, but just wanted to come back to share my experience with the Salt/C, which is keeping me functioning for working full time. It gives me energy during the day and good sleep during the night. However, it seems not curative. I take twice a day, each time with 10g of sea salts and two small spoons of V-C(the spoon is provided with the product).
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Right on! I think it works best when combining it with herbs. I love the way I feel when I'm on it. Are you taking equal parts of it?

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Great to hear Dave! Catgirl is right about adding some antiparasitic herbs such as Parastroy. You might have to also increase the salt/c dose.

When you say 10g, do you mean mg? That would be equal to 2 tsp a day or 10,000mg. What symptoms are still bothering you?

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No, g=gram=1000mg. I took 10,000mg a day for a long time in the morning. Just recently I found taking another 10 g in the evening helps sleeping a lot.
You may be right that the culprits are parasites in the gut.
The symptoms I sill have are painful and hot palms and soles. How strange they never went away or relieved in the past 8 years.
What salt/c dose you recommend? Thanks. Yes to Catgirl

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If you are taking a total of 20gms a day, that is plenty.

Drinking coconut water is also a good idea to balance electrolytes and keep you from becoming dehydrated. Adding some antiparasitic herbs such as Parastroy would also be good.

The symptoms I had on my hands of being red and swollen are completely gone from getting rid of parasites. Parasites can cause a lot of pain.

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I'll order some Parastroy. What brand you used?Thx
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I use Parastroy and get it at vitacost. Good luck with it. Keep us posted.


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Thanks. Sure
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I thought about starting a thread for anyone that is on Salt/C so we could share our results. I know that the parasite thread has some of this on it, but I would like to have one specifically for salt/c.

I am going to start tomorrow with a small dose. Don't know how many people are on this.

Glad you are having results.

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Exactly how much is Dave taking ? And how long has he been doing this combo ? Did it take a few months before you started feeling better ?

Dave if you have not tried ivermectin , I would suggest you do - every other day . It is powerful . I buy the equine version at Tractor Supply cheaply .

Thank you for sharing ! Did you herx badly for a long time before getting better ?

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Dave6002
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Thanks Haley and annxizz for your suggestions. I have taken three packs of ivermectin without any effects.

I take 10 to 12 cc of sea salts and 2 small spoons of Vit-C once a day. I have been on this for about half of a year now.

No, I didn't feel that it take a few months before I started feeling better and no hex either. I just feel good if I take it.

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