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frikfrak
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Hi

My son (23) takes Dr. Zhangs Artemisia (sp?)..
But I've seen the liposomal ART mentioned...what's the difference?

Is one better then the other?

thanks

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cleo
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I am on the lipsomal art. It is suppose to be 5x stronger than regular and has a much longer half life. I think because the liposomal is a much smaller particle than regular. I am seeing good results from it. I get it at hopkinton drug. It has to be prescription I think.

Not sure on any of this, you should ask your dr. or call the pharmacy.

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desertwind
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Everything that Cleo said. It is a soluble and highly bioavailable form. It is kinda like a liquid in a capsule. Very very strong...
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I'm on hopkinton liposomal art as well. Just pulsing it one day per week for now.
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i am starting this today. you do not need a script to purchase it as it is an herb. Hopkington drug is known to have the best and turns it into the liposomal form.

Dave

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