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mazou
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Like dying/dead bacteria, fog particles from bad digestion, and more?

Is there a way to CLEAN YOUR BRAIN?

Any input greatly appreciated!

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glm1111
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Taking digestive enzymes can help a lot and chew up the dead and dying bacteria.

Gael

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Heh Mazou,

I have been wondering how you are doing. Are you still on a picc?

Is your daughter almost 2 1/2 yet?

After almost 2 years my brain still feels like a sewer drain. I like your description better.

I am sorry to hear these issues continue for you.

Are you improving in any areas, even in baby steps?

Glad to see you post.xo

Gael, what enzymes do you recommend? thanks

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mazou
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Gael thanks. Can you recommend one? I tried Wobenzyme and it knocked me out. Thanks Ticked off! I am pm-ing you now with status.
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Hi mazou,

AlisonP on here is using Zymex with good results. I also use Super Digestaway by Soloray. Have you treated for parasites/worms? Do a search on here, you should find a lot of helpful info.

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Yep, feel like this a lot. [Frown]
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Gael, that's awesome. I'll look into it. Thanks, seekhelp. Sorry you do.
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For enzymes I like Vegizyme by Biogenesis.

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