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5.0 out of 5 starsBest immune support ever.

For Cancer, Lyme disease and even works for my cat!
BySohappy2beon July 5, 2015

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I started taking this product 3 months ago after purchasing for my Aunt who has bone cancer.

Dr. Shamsuddin called me and gave instructions on how many pills to give her and said it is an excellent supplement for me to take as well to help me feel well and prevent cancer.

I started taking 2 caps twice a day.

A month after taking it I experienced a Herxhiemer Reaction in relation to Lyme disease and related co-infections.

This is so good it even killed the bacteria from Lyme and 2 co-infections.

I have now had 3 Herxhiemer Reactions and feel better every day.

I am so excited to know that I will never need to take another antibiotic again for the Lyme disease. I will never stop taking IP-6 Gold either.

Powder is a little less expensive and I can put it in my smoothie or drink of my choice. It even helped my cat when she was injured by another cat and developed a serious abscess on her leg, she wouldn't play, or eat much or drink, she would not use her leg either.

I tried her on IP-6 and 3 days later she was playing again, her leg is drying up and she is walking like normal.

I am so excited about this product. And Dr. Shamsuddin backs up this product himself. I am sold!

1. “IP6 Gold” contains Inositol hexaphosphate AND inositol (they work in synergy). It is in capsules and the bottle says 2 per day. (Cancer patients take a lot more.)

2. Pro and con about taking it with/without food. Personally, I'd try 2 capsules at bedtime without a snack.

3. Look VERY closely at what it chelates (!!!) here:

4. I ran across this supplement while researching FMRP (fragile X) for my son as a possible “work-around” for that genetic error.

5. Discuss this with your doctor. Researchers dig deeper in its mode of action:

For starters:

Then GSK3a/b (mentioned above) here:

We WILL find a way!

P.S. Inositol was formerly known as vitamin B8.

The doctor mentioned in the IP6 Gold post has great credentials:

If you prefer to watch one (of many) videos about IP6 + Inositol:

[ 01-13-2016, 03:09 PM: Message edited by: Marnie ]

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I'm taking it too. Piggy backing off my dog who is taking it for tumor control. I've only been on it for a couple of weeks and have not noticed anything one way or the other.

Looks promising....

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