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dan67
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Taking nutramedix sparga. It is asparagus root. Bottle says for "sulphur detox". It is definitely helping my brain.

But my quesiton is, what is it doing bio-chemically, and what other supplements do we have to detox ammonia and sulphur?

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Jordana
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Dan, it seems to me no one knows exactly what these treatments are doing, including antibiotics. I've asked this thousands of times in different ways trying to understand. I think the answer is, who knows.
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http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwiZsYnV4N7RAhXK6YMKHWSUC-MQFgg8MAU&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.psoriasisdietplan.com%2F2016%2F03%2Fa mmonia-toxicity-how-to-resolve-brain-fog-and-anxiety-with-l-ornithine%2F&usg=AFQjCNEUXXDJuj-_9BJYo5npbuy2ofc3Iw&sig2=sq46qN6CWUhiuADrhHIEyw


http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0ahUKEwjt0YGR4d7RAhUg8YMKHYoYBzIQFgh8MAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.livestrong.com%2Farticle%2F502331-the -benefits-of-l-arginine-ornithine%2F&usg=AFQjCNEkmASsXj-gkWAmpXmHJ_8ACDgBnQ&sig2=7ndEOhxcRfOqY6lF34Zahw


Here you go Dan... I found the last article to be interesting. It says low arginine levels make higher ammonia levels.

People with Babesia and bartonella have low arginine, so most likely ammonia levels are high.
Just a guess. I am not a Dr.

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Can you smell that funny smell in your urine ...regular aspargus does it too...gunna try cns antitox2

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dan67
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Yes I can smell that asparagus smell.
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Sorry in advance for spelling or grammatical errors, your body gets to toxic and is having a hard time detoxing, your kidneys will flush ammonia into your system to clean the kidneys out.

At that point in time ammonia travels up to the brain and can make you have severe brain fog. Also kidney and liver failure will trigger high levels of ammonia.

There are several types of L-arginine supplements you can take. You must however take them but fairly high levels to reduce the ammonia. Just search on Amazon.

A simple blood test will show you if your levels are coming down after supplementation.

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Wanna take a sulphur internal bath?

Take either MSM in big amounts (and get a boost in detox, for sure)...

... or eat kimchi (the highest amount of raw garlic + onions + other onion family veggies) in one salad bowl!

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shoeless joe
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may I ask,did you have an elevated blood ammonia level?

I have severe GI problems and brain and muscles problems and am suspecting maybe ammonia.

Thank you

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Ammonia levels can be lowered using a Modified Pectine of Vitamin C with Alginates and Trace Minerals.

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Can someone please share more details about this detox program?

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The only thing I know is that I was taking intravenous glutathione and told the doctor that I felt worse for a day or two afterward. He said I had a blockage in the sulfuric detox pathway and after that added 2 units of molybdenum (whatever measurement that is).

Now I take liposomal glutathione with an all around minerals supplement. It's hard to find molybdenum by itself.

I was too foggy headed to ask for more information at the time. Now I can think, and would like to keep the detox pathway clear.

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Hey everyone I feel the need to update you all, I was very near death but extreme mold avoidance saved my life, I have been following in Bryan Rsoner's footsteps now, he has a free podcast on this topic.

The weird thing is that I had already done remediation and mold treatment, but doing the "erik style extreme" version of mold avoidance seems to have flipped a switch, and caused decades of tons to pour out and I'm a new poerson.

I really don't have medical advice for anyone but there's a lot of free info like byran's work ( his podcast https://lymebook.podbean.com/ ) and also Erik Johnson's books.

The hardest part is to get over the mental leap of thinking that "extreme" mold avoidance is different from normal mold treatment...something is different.

Also, I tried brain training and DNRS and they didn't help me...if they helped you great but that wasn't my answer. hope everyone is well.

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Thank you for the helpful information. Actually, if you want to know my opinion, I think that detox is a system of cleansing the body of toxins that requires the supervision of a doctor/specialist. For example, there are people who have some health issues and I know that acute inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, biliary tract, pancreas, the presence of insulin-dependent diabetes, diseases of the cardiovascular system and kidneys are contraindications to detoxification. Therefore, when my friend became addicted to drugs, I advised him to get professional therapeutic help from specialists (you can read about them at https://www.abbeycarefoundation.com/drug-rehab/) and undergo a course of detox of the body to prevent his mental and physical addiction and improve his overall health. Because he had some health issues and I know that self-medication could harm his health.

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