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j_liz
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Hi Everybody,

I recently started ACG glutathione spray (extra strength).

I felt drowsy immediately after spraying the 1st time. I thought no way is it from that, but each time this happens. Yesterday, seemed a bit worse and today, much worse. Do you think it is from that or...

Or because I am still healing from a vehicle accident that happened July 1st? It was very traumatic for me and I still hurt. Running to the chiro 3x's a week is wearing on me, too.

Or because I have recently been diagnosed with wet macular degeneration and it's scary.

Or, all of the above?

Thanks in advance.

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Bartenderbonnie
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Hi _liz

I take Liposomal Glutathone, 2 x daily, under tongue, 1 hour before meals.

It gives me sustained energy levels through-out the day.
When I don't take it, my brain fog is more pronounced.

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susank
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Bb - Interesting - what brand please?

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Labcorp - no bands ever
Igenex - Neg. 4 times
With overall bands:
IGM 18,28,41,66 IND: 23-25,34,39
IGG 41,58 IND: 39
Bart H IGG 40

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Bartenderbonnie
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I was taking Readi Sorb Liposomal Glut purchased from my LLMD. It is a refrigerated liquid that I hold under my tongue before swallowing.

Since I can't afford my LLMD at this time, I had a hard time purchasing this, website says you must have a provider.

So I switched to Simplesa Liposomal Glut.

Liposomal Glut is my most expensive supplement. Liposomal means fat. It is a nanoparticle of fat that coats the supplement in order to give it a better chance of absorption and by-passing the stomach acid.

Here is a study that concluded orals supplements ALSO work to increase Glutathone ;

https://news.psu.edu/story/274033/2013/04/22/research/research-shows-oral-supplement-increases-bodys-storage-antioxidant

IV Glut and internasal methods have been proven to cross the blood/brain barrier. Very expensive. It is a miracle detoxer and helps many auto-immune diseases.

Maybe the richest man on the planet, Jeff Bezos, owner of Amazon, would offer a 'click' button feature that offered FREE Glut for all of his Amazon customers, ha ha.

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j_liz
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I asked the eye dr. I got it from and he said the glutathione spray AND the MSM eyedrops I am using are both detoxers. He advised me to rest and not stress.

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