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In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

05 September 2014 - 06:46 PM

I found this article to be very interesting, mostly stuff I knew from previous research and experience but it ties everything together nicely in terms of digestive health.



In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

03 September 2014 - 04:59 PM

Thanks guys.  I appreciate your support!  I followed the moritz protocol.  If you do choose to try this, I would not take as much epsom salts as he recommends, as it is overkill.  I take about half the amount, about 2 tablespoons give or take.  I've even read that the salts aren't necessary just the olive oil to purge the bile out and release the stones. I also don't do that apple juice due to trying to keep candida in check.   You can substitute the apple juice with malic acid, which is what softens the "Stones".  I would highly recommend dowloading the amazing liver and gallbladder flush PDF, it's free and very informative.  I think some of the stuff is a little "out there" but all in all, the basic components make a lot of sense and seem to be reflected each time i flush.

In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

02 September 2014 - 09:21 PM

To individuals who have blood sugar problems, completely cutting out gluten has ridded me of the blood sugar problems.  I can eat all the crap I want (not a great idea, but still) and if i avoid gluten, my body does not get extreme inflammation like it did, and I don't die trying to drink gallons of water a day.  the gluten was causing all of these issues.  and hey! I did RAS testing and they found ZERO food allergies, yet I know I am intolerant to many things like dairy and wheat for example.  That's not to say those with a diagnosis of diabetes will be cured, but it may help the underlying causes and management.  I always keep in mind what my doc said about diabetes being a symptom of another problem.  and the beat goes on...

although i'm sure many of you already know that about gluten, it took me a while to deduce that it was just the gluten causing that issue for me in particular. 

Other random update: Also, been ingesting a small amount of baking soda which has been managing all of my acidic symptoms of reflux, indigestion, scalp itching, and ACTUALLY helping with joint pain.  Not a cure by a long shot, but good for management! I take breaks every once in a while. 


Completed my 3rd liver flush and honestly, I am feeling better overall, and each times tons of "stones" come out.  I know there is controversy over what actually comes out but I am sold it is gall and liver related.  I take the same amount of oil each time and each time the stone size and shape is different, and different hues and colors.  The interesting thing is the sudden collagen production in the skin after a flush.  Like perfect shine and texture, smooth, etc. joint pain nonexistent.  Each time I do it the effects last longer so I think there is something to it but it is too early to say it's definitively working.  Just have to be very careful to take probiotics and keep electrolytes balances after a flush if you decide to do it.  One can dehydrate easily if not paying attention.  I'm also not recommending that everyone go and do a flush but just reporting on my efforts.  Wish you all well!  :)


The only other thing I am taking is L-carnitine for muscle mass which is working swimmingly.  Can finally play soccer again and mostly pain free :)

In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

30 July 2014 - 05:34 PM

When you can demonstrate appropriate social skills and display any shred of empathy, I'll let you criticize my expertise in psychology.  Until that point, you have nothing to stand on.  You aren't worth my time either way. In fact most people don't even respond to you because I am almost certain they're fatigued from reading your ridiculously unecessary posts. 

Has any wild person tried vitamin A intravenously?? I'm curious as to how the accutainted body would respond.  If we cannot successfully metablize vitamin A, could it be the way in which our body obtains in that can effect it/make it harmful? Porbably a dumb question, but my teachers always said there was no such thing :P

I struggle to understand how some people that I've talked to report getting well after omega 3's and ingesting vitamin A, and the other half of us don't. And you can send me those scientific articles, but, it doesn't really explain the intense variability.

In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

28 July 2014 - 09:13 PM

I really hope the suicide thing was not targeted at me as that is absolutely appauling. I will get you banned from this site permanently if it is. that's despicable to even comment on that.

Furthermore, your insecurities and hatred of other people is apparent.  Projected inner self-hatred, placed on others to make yourself feel better.  How about we show compassion for others instead of using your big bad vocabulary to tear people down to size....NO ONE else on here is looking for a competition.  We are all just looking for answers. BE NICE. PLAIN AND SIMPLE.