Supplement Artemisinin (wormwood)- Anyone try this?

Remy

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I used artesunate. This was the form that Cheney recommended, for better or worse. It's water soluble. http://www.hepalin.com/hepasunate50.htm

The Cheney dosage was quite high, as I remember. So of course that makes it pricey.

It's the strongest th1 stimulant I've ever tried (and you know I've tried a LOT). It was the only one I couldn't tolerate at all. Terrible swollen lymph nodes and all over increased inflammation. No bueno.
 

Who Me?

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Of course it's expensive. lol I'm going to look more into one that I can afford. I need to find the difference between the leaf and what the other one is.

But again, could this mess up my LDI? rhetorical.
 
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Issie

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I used arteminsin for over 3 years. Got it from my doc. Allowed me to use antibiotics 3 days and this 4 days in rotation. I tolerated it fine. But I question if it contributed towards my vitiligo. However, I have my doubts. Having Lyme and Protomyzoa Rehumatica my body could have been producing more peroxide trying to kill them. So whether the herb contibuted, I'm not sure. I haven't been on it in months and the vitiligo doesn't seem any better. Here's the one I used. And I'm super sensitive.

https://www.researchednutritionals.com/product/artemisinin-sod/
 

Who Me?

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I'm trying to find out the difference between the ones that are from sweet wormwood vs those from sweet wormwood leaf.
 

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