IV Glutathione is Good Stuff!

I started IV glutathione last night, in an effort to help some of my neurological symptoms (and maybe boost my immune system a little bit?),

and lo and behold it actually did some good for me.

It gave me a little boost of energy, and it’s definitely helping me think a little more clearly too. The effects were stronger yesterday when I had it, but I’m still having a little bit more of an improved sense of well-being today as well.

When you’ve been sick as long as I have been, I’ve tried a little bit of almost anything, and most things I discard aside as having no difference.

(Truthfully, maybe some of the pills/drinks/exercises/breathing/wishful thinking explorations might have worked if I had stuck with them longer, but since most of these ‘natural’ medicines are costly, if I didn’t feel an effect within a few days I would just toss them aside. Most of them are too expensive to keep trying if you’re not feeling any improvement. There’s too many choices out there to dwell on nothingness.)

But this IV glutathione is definitely having a positive impact. Granted, it could only be like an expensive redbull, but time will tell. Give how much it’s helped my ‘brain fog’ though, I’m hoping it will work on some of the other organs in my body that are bothering me right now too.

(Especially my stomach!)

Cheers to IV glut! May all my t-cells bounce back to life and multiply and become more effective than ever!


About hopeforanswers

Some kind of rare immune deficiency, yet to be determined. A lifetime of infections without an elevated white cell blood or fever. Very grateful to be alive, very thankful for the friends who’ve supported me and for access to literally millions of dollars worth of medical care. I’m not the bubble child, I’m somewhere in between.
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