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lymex5&counting
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My kids don't like injections!!!!

Although 2 of them test very well for procaine, mag, and B-12 But they refuse.

So we do transdermal Magnesium and Glutathione etc.

I was just wondering if anyone has tried it. It comes in a 1cc, 25mg dose just like what I inject daily per the Dr B protocol.

Thanks! Lyme x 9

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where and how do you get the transdermal kind?
Do you need a prescription?
Thanks!

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Aniek
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I use sublingual. I use the brand Perque, at the recommendation of my doctor. He has me take each one with a drop of liquid Folic Acid, the brand is folirinse.

My B-12 numbers in the my blood have shot way up since starting the sublingual.

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Iam going to talk to my LLMD about all this remind me after the 26th december

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