Jimmylegs...too much vitamin d = ouch?

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Re: Jimmylegs...too much vitamin d = ouch?

Post by Anonymoose » Mon May 11, 2015 6:58 pm

Hi scott1,

Nope. I'm pretty firmly entrenched in infectious causes and stubbornly won't be swayed in other directions until I've fully explored the possibilities...well, I won't likely explore so fully as to try antibiotics again. Been there. Done that. Got the tshirt that says "abxs suck."

Taurine (of which I know nothing) might be related but maybe taurine issues are caused by chronic infection(s)?

Are you having luck with taurine supplementation?

Be well. :)

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Re: Jimmylegs...too much vitamin d = ouch?

Post by Scott1 » Tue May 12, 2015 12:42 am

Hi Anonymoose,

I haven't tried supplementation but my recent reading seems to come back to it. It's a sulfur containing amino acid that boosts the production of GABA which shares a common pathway with the Baclofen that I'm using with some success. As you have been talking about Epsom salts which will provide supplemental magnesium and sulfur I thought you may have looked at it. It's one of the precursors to L-Carnitine but its B6 dependent.
I have a funny feeling we should know a lot more about it.


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