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Lymetoo
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http://www.drdavidwilliams.com/nutrients-arthritic-pain/

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I have taken high dose for mood stability but i didnt know it helped joints ...there is a product called grounded by pacific biologics has that and lith orate

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Lymetoo, if you do try it, take it apart from any hcl/betaine if you take that unless you want a flush:

Niacinamide is supposed to be the no flush version,but I found out the hard way that it reacts with the hcl. Luckily, I didn't panic, as I had experienced a strong flush before.

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Thanks, UK... I can't take HCL or betaine, so no danger there.

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I just started it. My acupuncturist recommended it for pain. Not sure if it's doing anything. I'm on day 3.
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Thanks... keep us posted.

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I'm actually doing better this week and I just saw this article.

HIGH DOSE VIT B3 NIACIN BEATS MRSA & LYME
http://thehealist.com/high-dose-vit-b3-niacin-beats-mrsa-lyme/

I think I was reinfected a few months ago and my pain management doctor recommended it.

I'm also on doxycycline. I'm so confused by the new ILADS treatment guidelines for a new infection. That's probably a post for another thread though.

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