On the "New articles posted here" page there is a new post that makes reference to a natural supplement that may help with certain autoimmune conditions, including a newly-identified form of ITP. That supplement is n-acetylglucosamine or also n-acetyl d-glucosamine. It is marketed on Amazon and other sites as N-A-G.
Has anyone used this product, and did it help with platelets or other conditions?
Ellen has been taking N-A-G (n-acetyl glucosamine) 3 grams per day since early November, 3-1/2 months ago. So far she has had good response for bowel symptoms and arthritic pain. She ran out for a short period and symptoms reappeared, disappearing again when she restarted.
Sample size = 1. YMMV
Inconclusive regarding platelets and migraine headaches.
Beta-glucans(best from bakers' yeast), intestinal repair of some kind(silver aloe protocol), 5000ui of vitamin D3(labels of 90% and up are better). heavy metal detox(chelation)( vaccine damage), vitamin and mineral deficiencies,ask her doctor to test for MTHFR. there is more. try these, and good luck.
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