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21 Aug 2017

Glutathione and epilepsy medication

Clinical Case Questions: IVs Administered: Is it safe to administer IV glutathione in a patient with cerebral palsy, on epileptic medication – with no seizures for the last 5 years? She has pretty severe psoriasis as well…hoping that something like glutathione IV is beneficial. Thanks for your teaching and help!

Dr. Anderson:

Generally very safe. Give IV cofactors first then the GSH and start low and ramp all doses up. Make sure the minerals are balanced in the nutrient formula and you add Taurine if possible.

glutathione skeletal structure, 3d model

skeletal structure of glutathione

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