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NEWS FLASH 12: Three Key Supplements

The Message Blast post series is being replaced with posts called “News FLASH.”  Every once in a while, I will post a News FLASH.  A News FLASH is a brief post containing important information that I want to quickly deliver to you.

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Important News FLASH!


Welcome.  Let’s get to the News FLASH.

In my post on some of the most common homeopathic medicine I found when researching Interstitial Cystitis (IC), I talked about 3 in particular.  Click NEW! Homeopathic Combination for more information.

Yesterday I ordered the following:

  • Cantharis 30
  • Marshmallow Root
  • D-Mannose

The Marshmallow Root is not available until later this month, but the Cantharis 30 and D-Mannose should be delivered in a week.  As I said in my post, these supplements do not work immediately.  I have to be patient and take them for several months, and hopefully, I will see some relief from my IC symptoms.ATM 2The main issue I find with some of the supplements I have tried in the past is that my bladder does not always tolerate some of the ingredients.  For example, my bladder does not like magnesium.

I am going to do my best to try and allow enough time to see if I see progress.  These supplements are suppose to help heal my bladder rather than just mask the symptoms.  Also, I have read testimonials that people are able to go into remission.

If you decide to try these supplements, please check with your medical professional first.

I will keep you up-to-date on how things are going.  Also, I will be doing a more indepth post on Marshmallow Root very soon.

Thank you,

Mazoli

2 comments

  1. I just discovered your website yesterday and am thrilled at all the new info I am finding. I had been doing aloe and marshmallow leaf tea, but now I know I should be doing the root instead so I ordered it yesterday. Thinking about ordering the D-mannose. My daughter is absolutely debilitated in pain and has had for 15 years. Just so desperate to find relief. We know that hers is caused by the Lyme and Bartonella she contracted at age 5 but was not diagnosed until age 16.

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    1. Linda, thank you for stopping by. IC is such a difficult disease to live with. I take D-mannose. I think it is worth trying. Please continue to visit my blog. I hope to continue to add information that will help people with IC. I have found that people with IC respond to different therapies, mediciations, homeopathic supplements. You just have to find out what works for your daughter. I wish all the best for your daughter.

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