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    Have you been to a naturopath?

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    I think that if you are concerned, there are quite a few other chelators available, such as cilantro and chlorella, garlic, coriander, green tea, cider vinegar, and I've even seen fish oil listed on some chelation-therapy websites.

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    SG is also known as Eleutherococcus Senticosus Root. I've been taking 400 mg daily for a month and have had no side effects, but that's not to say it wouldn't have any effect on you.

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    I was thinking of Siberian Ginseng more for general energy levels and for the adrenal exhaustion. Thanks Little Vase that helps to know

    I've been on a high sulphur diet as this is what my body has been responding best to...chlorella and cilantro gave me really bad reactions sadly It seems my body prefers slow and steady lol.

    Ayla, sadly no I haven't been to a naturopath. These long term health problems are not kind on the wallet I'm afraid, but my work is slowly picking up and I plan to see one asap

    Thanks all for your advice, info and experiences they're very helpful xx

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    I was thinking of Siberian Ginseng more for general energy levels and for the adrenal exhaustion. Thanks Little Vase that helps to know

    I've been on a high sulphur diet as this is what my body has been responding best to...chlorella and cilantro gave me really bad reactions sadly It seems my body prefers slow and steady lol.

    Ayla, sadly no I haven't been to a naturopath. These long term health problems are not kind on the wallet I'm afraid, but my work is slowly picking up and I plan to see one asap

    Thanks all for your advice, info and experiences they're very helpful xx

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