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jupiter76
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Hey, what did you help against the fluish feeling? I know Burbur is said to be goog but it dosent seem to help me much. I think this feeling is increased because of die off, I also have much thirst and joint stiffness in the fingers since taking Ketek.

Anyone there with bart who took Ketek?

thanks!

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It's liver imo

Do things to help liver.
Lemons, etc

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Green Tea, Chamomile Tea, and lemon water.

All of these thing sound so simple, and like they wouldn't do much, but for me, they are a godsend.

I have been ill and feeling terrible and drinking Green tea has completely wiped out the feeling. It always helps, though not to that extent. But I think those 3 products are as good as it gets for a herx / die off.

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O.K. can you please tell me how much lemon you put into the water? this is what you mean, right. not the lemon water from a shop.

thanks.

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quarter of a lemon, but you can use as much as you want. Don't drink it day and night, it is bad for your teeth
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I have been doing the Pekana big three detox, and it has been pretty amazing. I realized how little detox I had done, and it helped me to turn a huge corner.

Honestly, just continuing on my abx and doing the Pekana got rid of the flu feeling. My main bart abx right now is rifampin.

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