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|07-08-2011, 08:03 AM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2011
I have no idea if this ha already been brought up, but has any1 tried boron as supplement? It apparently helps to eliminate fluoride from the body, which we take with water and possibly paxil. Paxil makes our pineal gland calcified accordin to some sources, and boron an sunshine helps to decalcify it.
On Paxil 20 mg from Dec 2009 for caffeine induced anxiety, pure O, insomnia and depression
Sept 2010, after 9 months on Paxil, weaned from 10 to 0 mg in 1 month
No SX for 1 month
Now battling insomnia, anhedonia, mild derealization, yay
|07-08-2011, 10:15 AM||#2|
Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Florida USA
Re: Boron any1?
It is quite possible about the pineal gland.
Here's what I would do.
Find out as much as I could about boron and what the coenzymes are that help it with it's assimilation into the bloodstream. Then, find the foods that best fit the criteria. I have found that foods are our pharmacy. They are very smart and give our bodies what it needs.
Maybe supplement with pills for a while until the foods can take over. Foods take a while (months) to correct imbalances and injuries (chemical, physical, etc.).
Hope this helps.
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