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susank
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I am wicked sick. Not tolerating any of the meds I previously could.

I have been doing the Glut/ATP IM injections.
2x/week. 100 mg Glut/ml. I think I need more Glut and a different delivery method. IV not possible. Nor nebulized.

I will ask my doctor if she can phone in Rx for the suppositories. I am thinking to use Infuserve.

Are the Gl. suppositories usually 500 mg?
Taken how often? Price and usual shipping cost?

That and any other info very much appreciated.
Thanks.

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Labcorp - no bands ever
Igenex - Neg. 4 times
With overall bands:
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IGG 41,58 IND: 39
Bart H IGG 40

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lax mom
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Can be taken every other night or even nightly.

Shipping on those is high because it is overnighted in a cold pack.

There's also a transdermal cream that I'm using now in between Iv's. It absorbs into your skin.

Lots of options.

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Yeah that's such a low amount of Glutathione you are currently getting. I require much more also.

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Could you provide more information on the dosage of the transdermal product? I might want to ask doc to Rx this, and he probably doesn't know how.
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Susan, can you do intranasal also?

I use tHe intranasal between the IV glut to keep me going.

Intranasal $50 a month.

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I am doing this for the first time today - making liposomal glutathione. Here is the recipe. The machine you need costs about $32.

http://www.quantumbalancing.com/liposomalC.htm

Glutathione
Method is exactly the same as above:
3 level tablespoons soy lecithin
1 tablespoon or 7 grams of glutathione powder
Proceed exactly as above.

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poppy: the dosage I'm currently using is 200mg/ml and I use 2 ml/day=400mg from my local-ish Integrative Dr's office.

Infuserve has it in 250mg/ml. My LLMD RX'd it and I used theirs 2ml/day but I was allergic to something in it. Their version doesn't need to be refrigerated so it cuts down on the cost.

Lee Silsby pharmacy also has a version that you combine the Glutathione and the penetrating cream during each application. My son used it but it broke him out. We are a family of sensitive people [Wink]

http://leesilsby.com/transdermal-glutathione-cream

You rub it into areas of thin skin that has no hair (ex. underside of the inner part of arm). I rotate arms each day.

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Forrest Health sells glutathione suppositories, no prescription required.

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I don't want to put anything in my nose.

Or elsewhere for that matter - but if I must.......

I think I have read that the suppositories are better than the cream. The cream requires a "driver" - an activator?

Seems like that is why for IM injections ATP is required to get the Glut into the cells.

I doubt my doctor has ever Rx'd the suppositories - so need to know what to ask them to ask for.

If Rx'd my insurance will reimburse some of the cost.

Could someone explain in some detail about the suppositories?

When to do? Do they melt and leak out?
(Compare to vaginal yeast "suppositories"?).

I assume they don't burn.....

I have read that nebulized Glut has a strong smell. Do the suppositories - once "activated"?

Any and all info/experiences appreciated. Thanks.

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Pos.Bb culture 2012
Labcorp - no bands ever
Igenex - Neg. 4 times
With overall bands:
IGM 18,28,41,66 IND: 23-25,34,39
IGG 41,58 IND: 39
Bart H IGG 40

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They melt pretty quickly. You do at bedtime. They don't leak out. Just don't go to the bathroom after or it will come out.

I think the dr would rx 'glutathione rectal suppositories 500mg' .

The cream does have an activator that has a smell like vicks vaporub or at times gasoline... but I don't mind, it works [Big Grin]

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Did I read somewhere that Vitamin C can be added to the suppositories? Or can VitC by itself come in suppository form? Oral VitC causes me problems with interstitial cystitis. Wonder then if VitC in supp. form would do the same.
I soooo bady want to take VitC as well as Glut.

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Pos.Bb culture 2012
Labcorp - no bands ever
Igenex - Neg. 4 times
With overall bands:
IGM 18,28,41,66 IND: 23-25,34,39
IGG 41,58 IND: 39
Bart H IGG 40

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