Source Naturals, Chem-Defense, Peppermint Flavored Sublingual, 90 Tablets
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Beware of taking NAC or Glutathione with chemo
8 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2790734 on Feb 28, 2008
NAC and L-Glutathione may decrease the anti-cancer effects of:
Carboplatin, Cisplatin, Cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan), Doxorubicin (Adriamycin), Ifosfamide.
(Ref: Definitve Guide to Cancer, 2nd edition, by Lise Alschuler ND and Karolyn A. Gazella)
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Chemical sensitivities helped
6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1599966 on Feb 09, 2013
Chem-Defense has helped my chemical sensitivities. I take it on an as needed basis plus a couple of other times a week. If I remember to take before shopping at a store, I often have no symptoms (headache, overwhelming fatigue, nausea, etc) or much reduced symptoms with a quicker recovery time. I have even forgotten to take it before going to shop and then taken it when I got home and my recovery was expedited.
It's true the taste isn't great, but it's tolerable for me since it works so well in reducing debilitating symptoms. Be sure to allow it to dissolve slowly under the tongue. It's designed to absorb through the tissues under the tongue. Much of the benefit is lost if it is chewed.
good for detox
5 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1010984 on Apr 29, 2011
easy way to remove the acetlyaldehde due to candida
Good alternative. Too bad about the taste
Posted by Reviewer1122052 on Jul 05, 2011
It was a good try for a sublingual form of gluthathoine and the price of the product is also very reasonable. Unfortunately, the tart taste of the gluthathoine is still over powering for me and the peppermint flavour hasn't been able to mask it well enough. Aside from that, if others are able to tolerate the taste, this is a very good alternative for consuming gluthathione. As we know it's poorly absorbed in the digestive tract so gluthanione in capsule or pill form will unlikely work. If you can't afford intravenous glutathione injections, or would rather not take NAC, then sublingual seems to be the only way left.
REALLY HELPS WITH MOLD ALLERGY
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1820646 on Oct 12, 2010
I was so thankful to find this product. I am allergic to mold and most of the time I just take one of these sublinquel tablets and it really helps me. At times it will completely remove my symptoms.