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jblral
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Does anyone have any experience with glutathione cream? Would like feedback.
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I have a son with autism and lyme, and although we've never tried glutathione cream , we have been using oral glutathione (liposomal/lipoceutical) for almost a year. It seems to cause alot of agitation, which I am told is due to rapid detoxification. Wellness Pharmacy advises to start low and go slow, in order to avoid adverse effects. The same advice may apply to glut. cream.
I do know that glut. cream is used by a large percentage of the autism community, and you may find more info. about it on autism websites.
Hope this has helped somewhat!

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Thanks for your response. In addition to the agitation, did you feel that the glut. has actually helped your child?
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I think it has helped in subtle ways. For instance, it seems to decrease the severity of his die-off reactions from Nystatin (for yeast).
So I would think it would also help with herxing from abx.

It also seems to have helped with his emotional instability -- mood swings aren't quite so drastic. Sort of leveled off his emotions, if that makes sense.

Also, he hasn't caught any of the typical cold/flu viruses in a very long time, so it must help with immunity.

And after being on glut. for 6 months, his hair analysis for heavy metals finally showed some mercury excretion, for the first time ever. I attribute this to the glutathione's ability to help with chelation. (he is not on any other form of chelation)

All in all, I think it has helped and we will continue to use it. One website, essentialgsh.com
used to have parents' feedback re: glutathione, but I can no longer find it! You may have better luck. Take care.

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