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The worst mistake when doing ozone treatments is to combine them with glutathione IVs.
People who receive glutathione intravenously often end up with crushing depression, become suicidal, or have panic attacks. They report “feeling like dying”, loss of hearing, debilitating tingling and burning sensations all over the body, electric shocks, or crushing back pain. Those symptoms sometimes pass after a few weeks, some last for a year or longer. Some have reported losing the ability to walk.
Given that glutathione is a natural molecule which is present in each of our cells, people have a hard time believing that it could cause such horrendous side effects.
Doctors and naturopaths alike are completely oblivious to its dangers, and often ignoring or gaslighting patients who were hurt.
But the reports are undeniable. People from all around the globe report the same peculiar symptoms.
So what’s going on and what role does ozone therapy play in this?
Have I ever taken glutathione?
I have never received glutathione in any shape or form.
Consequently, this article is NOT based on my personal experience.
It is based on countless conversations I had with people who felt they were badly damaged by oral or intravenous glutathione administrations and who were disbelieved, ignored, or maligned by the very people who hurt them.
The astounding thing I encountered was that people from different continents and countries, who had never met each other often described the exact same things with the exact same words: “feeling like dying” or having “two rods in my skull”.
It is also important to understand that I have talked probably to just as many people who swear that glutathione was the best thing that ever happened to them and they don’t ever want to stop taking it.
There were also those who went from loving glutathione to being badly damaged by it with the next dose. And that after months or years without experiencing any negative side effects.
To this day I don’t have a final explanation why those adverse reactions occur, but there are several possible theories, see further below.
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What is glutathione?
Glutathione (GSH) is a sulfur based molecule which is naturally produced by the human body. It is one of the most potent antioxidants. It protects our cells from free radicals and oxidative stress. 
- is vital for the proper functioning of certain enzymes
- participates in the production and repair of DNA
- helps in the metabolism of drugs
- is involved in the production of proteins in the human body
… and many more
Our bodies would not be able to function without it.
And yet, when given in large dosages, especially intravenously, it often creates horrific adverse reactions in some people.
Glutathione can be taken orally, vaporized and inhaled or administered intravenously (either as a drip or as a push).
Although people have reported adverse events after all types of glutathione administrations, the IVs seem to be the most dangerous.
What is the connection between glutathione and ozone therapy?
The connection between glutathione and ozone therapy is that many ozone therapists administer glutathione together with ozone, for a variety of reasons.
The justifications range from wanting to prevent an ozone induced Herxheimer reaction, to prevent an ozone overdose, or simply because of the assumed health benefits of glutathione.
Sometimes glutathione is added to the ozone administration without the patient’s knowledge. The observed adverse effects are then explained away as a die-off reaction from ozone. Or they are simply ignored and the patient is misbelieved.
Does ozone therapy make glutathione more dangerous?
There is no reason to believe that ozone therapy has any impact on whether an individual will experience a good or bad reaction after glutathione.
There are many members of various toxic metal detox groups (since GSH is preferably given to help with assumed chronic mercury and other metal poisonings) who have never received ozone treatments in their lives but who report the most daunting adverse reactions after a GSH administration.
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What are the possible explanations for the adverse effects after GSH?
The issue is mostly ignored by the medical community, as far as I know. There are no public forums dedicated to glutathione adverse effects, nor have any studies been conducted on the topic, nor is there any individual who has committed their work to this subject.
Consequently, the problem remains mostly unexamined.
Here are some theories which have been proposed:
This is a theory I am proposing: glutathione causes backed-up bile (cholestasis) in the liver. Some of the bile then flows back into the blood and poisons the patient. This causes all sorts of dramatic symptoms.
Why would this happen? If bile ducts are inflamed, narrowed, scarred, leaky, or missing, bile cannot be properly transported from the liver into the small intestine, as it should in a healthy human being.
In such a case the bile remains in the liver and causes cirrhosis. Some of the bile salts enter the blood and do damage in a variety of organs.
Glutathione, being a potent liver tonic, probably promotes bile flow. If too much gluathione is administered via IV, a lot of bile is produced which then encounters the blocked bile ducts.
If this is what causes the negative responses to gluathione IVs, then a protocol that helps open bile ducts and that helps to detox the liver should help.
This could be achieved with lactoferrin (low dose starting at 15 to 30 mg, according to Dr. Garrett Smith), low vitamin A diet, soluble fiber (beans, psyllium), activated charcoal, zinc, magnesium, low dose Alpha Lipoic Acid, heat packs, infrared light, or saunas.
2. Mercury toxicity
Some assume that the adverse reactions could be due to mobilization and misplacement of mercury (or other toxic metals) in people who suffer from chronic metal poisoning, for example from amalgams.
Anecdotal reports seem to suggest that patients who still have their amalgam fillings are at a higher risk of developing a negative reaction.
Especially the late Andrew Cutler, a self-taught mercury-detox expert, ascribed to this idea. He said that glutathione, being a single thiol agent, was not able to form bonds strong enough to escort mercury out of the body. Instead, only weak bonds were created. This resulted in mercury being moved around into sensitive tissue and causing oxidative damage.
What does not quite add up with this explanation, is the fact that adverse reactions are also experienced by people who never had amalgam fillings in their life nor were ever exposed to toxic metals to any significant degree.
3. Thiamine (B1) deficiency
Vitamin B1 deficiency is possibly one of the most widespread nutrient deficiencies in the developed world, but also one of the most unrecognized ones, according to some researchers.
But how could large dosages of glutathione trigger thiamine deficiency?
Maybe it doesn’t trigger it, but brings an existing GSH deficiency to the front. In the same way high dosages of thiamine can create functional magnesium, B9, B2, and B12 deficiencies. 
So, it is possibly a form of “Refeeding Syndrome”. 
4. Riboflavin (B2) and selenium deficiencies
Glutathione is constantly being recycled from the reduced to the oxidized form and back again.
In order to accomplish this, vitamin B2 (riboflavin) and selenium are needed. If there is a deficiency in those nutrients, could it be that mega injections of glutathione could lead to a breakdown of this system with the resulting crashes?
Something similar happens when B1 deficient patients are given B1 in large dosages – it has a cascading effect where B2, B9, and B12 deficiencies can be exacerbated or created.
Vitamin B1 needs B2 as a co-factor. So, if B2 has been used up by the glutathione cycle, this could possibly bring about a functional B1 deficiency, see above.
If that’s the case, then supplying the patient with B1, B2, selenium, and possibly other cofactors (magnesium, molybdenum, B12, B9, iodine) could potentially fix the adverse reactions.
5. Genetic predispositions
Some theorize that certain genetic expressions (which are often wrongly called “mutations”) are responsible for not being able to deal with glutathione in large dosages. The main culprit is believed to be the CBS, the MTHFR, or some other allele.
Personally, I am not convinced that this is the case, since there are a number of people who have those genetic setups but are benefiting from glutathione IVs.
6. Oxalate displacement
Many oxalate experts are convinced that those plant toxins deplete glutathione  . Oxalates are tiny crystals contained in high concentrations in certain plant foods. Is it possible that an intravenous administration of glutathione leads to a massive movement of those sharp objects, wrecking havoc as a result?
7. Other mineral deficiencies
Molybdenum could be one of those, see the comment section below. There, a reader reports that her practitioner reversed a negative reaction to glutathione by quickly giving her molybdenum.
I know without a doubt that had you [Paola, the author of this article] not repeatedly posted this I would not have the ability to respond today. I felt like I was dying and was unable to think straight, lost short term memory, could barely walk and my heart rate was going crazy high then dropping very low. Yes I have Lyme but my response to treatment was horrific to say the least. I told my Naturopath doctor and then showed him this post. He thought it was a herx reaction. He was not concerned with my 4 amalgam fillings and said glutathione will only move metals in a Petree dish. Took a bit to sink in but I finally stopped ozone IV treatments with Meyers & glutathione push.
Slowly but surely I am gaining my strength back. I can now think clearly and my balance is much better. I am far from healed but with your guidance I believe I will get there. I am forever grateful ❤️.Now to get my fillings removed.
– Denise Vance Neill
Thank you so much for putting this out there!!! I did Ozone treatment in Clearwater Florida and had several adverse reactions to Glutathione pushes, which included losing my ability to walk, encephalitis, Migraines, nausea, vomitting, and made my condition way worse. I literally felt like I was dying, and told the doctor my body couldn’t handle Glutathione. He told me not to believe everything I read online and Glutathione was safe. That was the closest to death, I’ve ever been — people need to be educated on the dangers of Glutathione. I also tested high for heavy metals, and amonia. The doctor finally listened to me — (…) my experience was very real and my Doctors arrogance and negligence almost cost me my life.
– Darla Jean McConnell
My histamine issues started after I saw a naturopath. He was administering ozone IV with a glutathione push at the end of the treatment. Since then these histamine issues began. In a crusade to get a better handle on my rheumatoid arthritis pain I got into a rabbit hole. Like my husband says I went from the fire to the frying pan. Slowly a year and a half later I’m finding relief but still suffering with many food intolerances. I’ve also come to realize that many naturopaths have no idea what they are doing.
Do you have amalgam filings in your mouth?
Yes, I’ve had one taken out so far. I have one molar and four other fillings to go. The molar I’m having pulled because it’s a root canal.
Did you talk to the naturopath who administered the glutathione IVs about your histamine intolerance? If so, what did he or she say?
This histamine issue reared its ugly head after I did these 7 IV’s. I never went back to him. Looking back now I believe He honestly is one of those naturopaths that’s just making money on IV’s, he’s not healing anyone. If so, it’s simple by accident.
– Marina Taniform
Dr. Frank S. does the glutathione IV after each ozone treatment! No wonder I got so sick!
Would you mind explaining what exactly happened?
Yes, that’s who I spent $10,000 with. To get rid of Chronic Lyme and Mold toxicity. He had me take glutathione after my ozone IV’s. I had severe anxiety, my Hashimoto’s went crazy, I couldn’t breathe, my heart was beating very fast, and I ended up in the hospital twice! I also had terrible diarrhea. He just looked at me after these incidents like I was crazy! He said that my Hashimoto’s should be cured! It wasn’t and still isn’t. I was there for 3 1/2 months every day. Not sure if the Lyme is gone or not. I know that what he did did not cute my mold problem, that is for sure!
So sorry to hear that! What exactly did they hospitalize you for? Thyrotoxicosis?
I didn’t know what was happening to me! My husband called the ambulance twice! I asked if they could test my thyroid, and that is when I found out that it was so low.
Did you have amalgams when you received the glutathione IVs?
Yes, I do. Dr. S. Never even asked if I had them! I wouldn’t recommend him to my worst enemy!
What did he say when this happened?
Just stared at me as if I was crazy!! He didn’t have a clue! He insisted that my Hashimoto’s was cured by ozone! He is extremely condescending. I waisted my money! And, that amount was a huge amount for us!
Last summer, when I got IV ab [antibiotics] couple of months, I got also iv ozone and glutathione. I got worse and worse. Finally after 4th IV ozone and glutathione, I got sudden deafness in my left ear ! Then I had to take ten days cortisone pills and 5 times HBO [hyperbaric oxygen] treatment to get my hearing back. So I think my Lyme treatment with glutathione went so wrong.
Question: Did you report the hearing loss after the glutathione IVs to your doctor? If so, what did he say to that?
My dr has been ill since last summer. I report what happened to the clinic nurse, who gave me the treatment. She did not believed that iv glutathion either ozone had made me any harm :(. My doctor did not take any responsibility. I told the nurse after every treatment (4 treatments, one/week) that I feel worse and worse. Just before the last treatment, I got big spasms in my whole body, and felt horrible in my head.
Last year I was having IV chelation for lead and Mercury and the ND added ozone at the end to my blood. I think I did 4 or 5 times. I did not feel good. I was dizzy before I started. But it got really bad.
I bought Cutler’s books. I have done some AC protocol chelation since last summer. It was the dizziness that was the main bad thing I can remember. After reading Cutler’s book I will never do it again. I did have the challenge test before with DMSA which showed high levels of mercury and higher levels of lead excreted. The IV chelation also had glutathione added as well which adds to redistribution I believe.
– Terri Stott
I was given IV glutathione and almost died.
I have never had an amalgam filling. My high mercury is because I eat fish and we found out that I have a magnesium and potassium wasting disorder in my kidneys. Magnesium is the cofactor in glutathione production in the liver. I have no glutathione. They basically gave me a huge chelator dose but my liver couldn’t handle it. My heart rate got really really low and I was blacking out from it.
– Melanie Goodman
A series of glutathione IVs helped me dance all night at my high school reunion 2 years ago, then I felt terrible after a couple of days and things kept going south. It took me over a year to recover from that, and I know others are not that lucky. The party was fun and everyone from my childhood had no clue I had health issues… but regressing so much in my health and feeling like I was going crazy plus basically losing a year + of my life was not worth it.
– Teresa C.
I had glutathione IV at a different clinic and had a seizure twice.
Did you tell your doctor who administered the glutathione IV about the seizures or was he even present when this happened? If so, what did he/she say?
The clinic did an IV push of glutathione after IV treatments.
The first couple weeks of getting the push I did fine, then they upped the dose. I got the push and stood up to go to another room to see the chiropractor and my body dropped like a heavy rag doll back into the (lazy-boy) leather treatment chair and had a seizure.
Then they lowered the dose back down and I was fine for a couple of weeks.
Then I got the IV push and was leaving the treatment center since it was the last thing they did each day. I was kind of staggering towards the front door when the nurse stopped me and said “look at me” and my eyes were flickering like they were the first time and she said “sit down” and “I am getting help”. I sat in the lobby sofa and had a severe seizure. Saw my deceased grandparents. I was choking and gasping for air. They administered oxygen. I just kept shaking and my eyes flashing so they gave me an IV steroid (I think) whatever you need to come back to consciousness. My eye lids would not open for a significant amount of time. I had no control over them.
This was at a clinic at the end of 2015 and into 2016 (12 weeks).
I have stage IV cancer. I slowly got my tumors markers into normal range with cannabis and lifestyle and nutrition changes. Two months ago, I was given glutathione, vitamin c and ala IV’s. I have been on a downhill spiral ever since. The week after the treatment I had 2 anaphylactic “episodes”. I am exhausted and having a hard time regulating my temperature. I was feeling good before the IV’s. My tumor markers are up a few points, The Dr’s that prescribed them have no answers. I am so frustrated.
Did you tell your doctors about how you felt after the glutathione and ALA IVs? if so, what did they say?
They said it couldn’t be the IV’s because my symptoms didn’t happen right away. I also had vitamin C last time and it burned the hell out of my arm because it wasn’t cold or dissolved all the way. They thought I didn’t feel good because of all the pain the IV caused. The histamine reactions didn’t start until 2 days later.
When I got the round in January I told the nurse my chest felt tight and I felt SOB [shortness of breath]. She said I might be coming down with a cold.
– Lisa Jayne
I stupidly had IV glutathione (before I knew/joined this group) about a month ago – feeling a lot worse than I did before Christmas. Hoping chelation next week will help this…
I think I may have been ‘lucky’ compared to others in that my reaction to it has been an overall worsening of symptoms not an immediate flare up that’s obviously directly related to the glutathione drip. I was diagnosed with chronic fatigue syndrome 3 years back and stopped working 3 months ago in an attempt to heal. I recently had 4 IV drips of vitamins and glutathione which has undone all of my improved health. During and after each drip I felt dizzy, nauseous and terribly fatigued. In the days following my symptoms made doing anything rather impossible. Since receiving IV glutathione I have had consistent muscle aches, joint and bone pain and fatigue/exhaustion on minimal movement, depression (not experienced this for 3 years despite health issues), the ringing in my ears has come back, brain fog up by 75%, unable to hold thoughts / think of the correct words or do the things I was capable of doing before – like attending college once a month for my part time course. I’m too sick to go in this coming weekend. I hope the damage isn’t permanent.
Did you tell your doctor or practitioner who administered the glutathione IVs about your decline in health? and if so, how did he/she react?
I have 3 more IVs to have as part of a package I paid for. I’m drafting an email in the hope I get my money back for the 3 further treatments. As you know it’s expensive being ill! This ‘health’ meets beauty clinic (they do a range of treatments) have no idea what they are doing. In fact I was told it was normal to feel crappy! But also, that other people are fine during treatment. Yes, well they’re obviously not sick like me! The clinic knows I have CFS.
– Rebecca R.
I’m in a bit of a glutathione nightmare myself. I became sick after I had 4 amalgams removed followed by 4 root canals (root canal teeth since removed) 1.5 years ago. Since getting sick I’ve been told I likely have lyme and co-infections ( my strep levels remain very high). 2 weeks ago I had a glutathione IV ( 3rd one ever) and started a new herb for lyme. Within two days I had the worst “herx” of my life. It feels like there are metal rods going into my skull, my body burns, I feel so so toxic. I immediately started using my sauna and activated charcoal. By last weekend I was feeling somewhat better. My doc suggested I come in for another IV this week. Something told me to try one oral glutathione to see how I tolerate it. Well all hell broke lose. All my symptoms came back. I cannot get ouf of bed. Now I have a burning soar throat like I’m getting the flu. It hit me that maybe I am dealing with mercury versus lyme. Now I am horrified and I dont know what to do! Is there anything I should take immediately to lessen the effects of potential redistribution? I had taken oral glutathione many many times before without issue. My challenge tests comes back with low mercury levels but you mentioned this doesn’t mean I’m not mercury toxic? I am so scared right now I don’t know what to do… I’m at the ER now I can barely walk.
I was asked about IV glutathione in a PM [personal message] and I thought I would share my response and further thoughts. Maybe it can help someone else to avoid this horrible trap. 3 years ago exactly, I was chelated for 4 (4 hour sessions) (16 hours) with IV glutathione and IV ALA. This is some of what it has left me with. (I also had a whole mouthful of amalgams under crowns while being chelated, despite the fact that our local holistic dentist told me I was amalgam-free. He never even mentioned my crowns ) We go an hour now to see another holistic dentist,by the way, and she’s awesome.
I can’t really feel in my emotions just how awful it is. It’s kind of like someone else is dealing with it and I feel their physical pain. I talk to myself in my mind as if I’m another person. There’s tremendous derealization and depersonalization. I kind of feel like I am in an acid trip where everything is kind of breathing and moving around me. I have tinnitus in my left ear. I have a really strong metal taste in my mouth and I feel like I am in a metal box. When I blink I see a reverse image of what I was just looking at but it doesn’t go away for at least two minutes. I guess the light does other things to me besides hurting my eyes. Eventually the reverse image swirls around in my blinking darkness like vertigo in my thoughts. I know that makes no sense. It really is quite nonsensical. Right now I am sitting outside by my pool looking at the sky. I can’t feel anything but I can see that it’s nice. Soon Don will come outside and help me walk inside before the mosquitoes eat me up. I can feel them starting to bite but don’t have the energy to move. Or the balance. I fall down all the time. Everything is very logical and matter-of-fact. That’s hard for me because for my career mainly I have been a psychotherapist and I’m an artist so not being able to feel my feelings is really tough. And I cannot recognize people’s faces anymore unless they are real close family or a friend that I’ve seen more than 15 or so times. I can’t remember things right after they happen. Like I have to go outside and touch the hood of the car to see if it’s hot to know whether we have gone somewhere or we are getting ready to go somewhere. I feel like I am underwater and there is pressure in my chest. My nostrils are mostly closed and I can’t get a good breath of air. When I walk my head feels like it’s going to explode. I have gained 50 pounds (mostly lymphatic fluid) that I can’t seem to get rid of. The bottom of my feet feel like bees are stinging them and the top of them are numb. My face changes every few days because of lymphatic fluid. I never know where I am when I am moving from one place to the other. I get lost in my own house. I forget if I am supposed to turn left or turn right when I come to the hall. I walk into door jams because I can’t judge the space. And every time we pass a car I feel like I am going to die. I can no longer drive. I have lost my social circle. I have trouble hearing, I stutter and can’t talk on the phone. I no longer make my own tears or saliva. I feel like I have the flu. My hair is falling out. I have crying spells and feel suicidal a lot. My vision is poor and sometimes I see double. If a metal necklace touches my neck sometimes my head starts shaking. It’s very disconcerting and confusing but if I just stay in one spot I’m pretty good. Sometimes I will have a few good days and my husband and I will walk. I have made it to a quarter mile. I was once a runner. I was also once a Dean of students at a college and now I can’t even help my son with his college application. I have had to parent from bed with some good starts and stops here and there. I was hoping this chelation “expert” knew what he was doing and I would have a few good years with my children before they grow up and move away.
Unfortunately it has just made everything 100 times worse. I am still in dental revision and will chelate when it’s all out. People tell me I’m brave but I’m not sure what that feels like. What is my alternative? Kill myself? But like I said if I just stay in one spot I’m pretty good. Hopefully that spot doesn’t include mosquitoes. I’m sure one day when I can actually feel my feelings I will be really angry.
– Dianna Adams
I had a bad experience with iv glutathione when I had amalgams. First 5 I felt amazing..like not sick at all..after that I went slowly down til I realized I was having major brain stuff by the 9th one..I know now I am infested with mold also in addition to then having 6 fillings..this was over 5 years ago. Was it cognitive impairment, mood instability or brain fog? All of that combined. Like awful.
– Beverly Schoenberger Gomez
Glutathione is one of the most commonly-used interventions by naturopaths, some dentists, and some doctors (alternative and even registered). I foolishly trried it at 600mg after trying to recover from a bad reaction to a ‘standard’ medication, where it was routinely described across the ‘net as being effective for relieving adverse symptoms. Over a course of months, I noticed indigestion problems, sound sensitivity, feeling nerves being stimulated around the head area, and total exhaustion. Only an unknown per centage of people have a bad reaction, but it certainly simply is not worth the risk of the extremely serious reactions that happen. IVs in general are a really bad idea, glutathione is one of the worst.
The glutathione problems started after 5 days and have been getting worse as time has gone on.
I was doing glutathione, lipoic acid IVs for six months and I developed really bad neuropathy. I received them for immune support and lyme disease. I had that for 6 months. Then boom. I couldn’t walk. I spent two months using a walker and the worst pain I could imagine.
June 2013 started with brain fog and stomach upset. Took my gallbladder out. October 2013 took my thyroid out. Cancer. Kept loosing weight. Went crazy. Suicidal. Went to integrative doc. Gave me IV glutithione. Everything went to hell. I became more sick with horrific nerve pain, electric shocks, and emf (electromagnetic frequency) hypersensitivity. I went from 200 pounds to 120. I don’t feel like eating (…) I got very sick after IV glutathione which started my tingling and horrific nerve pain electric shocks.
Been chronically ill for 4 years following improper amalgam removal and a tick bite (positive for analplasmosis) all within a week, all the while living in a rental with water damage/mold! Yeah, a perfect storm. Just like many of you, I’ve spent thousands on doctors who didn’t have a clue as to the cause of my illness, worse yet, some even gave me treatments which made me worse e.g, IV glutathione. I’ve seen it all, and now ready to do some serious healing. (…) I had about 5 or so IV glutathione treatments 9 months ago. I think 2 grams in each. I developed bad neuropathy in my legs, arms and extreme soreness in the outer part of my shoulder. The worst bit was that I became suicidal for a couple weeks. Horrifying.
Trying to undo even a tiny bit of major damage to my father, after IV glutathione and ALA for a week at a shady clinic. I’ve been trying to get him to do AC chelation for a long time.
Short version: his health has tanked like crazy in only two years after having most of his teeth removed and replaced with implants. No doubt they broke some teeth to do the job. He had like 15 amalgams over his 80 years, but was in great health. Also his cadmium shows 12x high on hair test (which apparently (?) means 17x what the mercury on hair test is showing @1.5x cap). They went to a clinic and against my repeated warnings and advice did whatever IVs this gangster clinic recommended. This included ALA and glutathione drips every day for a week (!@&*##!!!). His symptoms are way worse now. He’s 82. Not sure if he’ll even agree to chelate NOW after getting much worse.
As an example he left the clinic feeling really good for about a week. Which is common with those treatments, thought he was doing better and then he tanked pretty rapidly far worse than he ever went in. Became super OCD, like overnight. Shakier, dizzier, weaker and more anxious than ever. They told me about two weeks after leaving the clinic that they needed to talk to me and then fessed up that they had done those drips after my very strict recommendation not to do them under any circumstances [!!!!!!!!!!]. He even had my mom get the same drips with no medical background whatsoever as to why they were giving them to her. They gave them to every single person that walked into the clinic no matter what. And then she told me she was basically scared to stand up to them and say that she didn’t want them or that he didn’t want them. So their fear of the doctors at this expensive clinic – regardless of all of my warnings and research on how to do safe chelation – ended up putting him in far worse shape than he went in.
– J.D.’s father, age 82
My horrific experience with Glutathione IV after only ONE push:
– Changes in vision
– Feels like two metal rods going up my back and into my head
– Wobbly/heavy head sensation
– Severe Anxiety
– Physical pain from anxiety
– Feel on edge
– Clenched stomach
– Tingling in extremities
– Loss of appetite
– Burning on back of hands, arms, and tops of feet
– Shooting pain in ribs
– Feels like knives in my brain
– Hard to focus eyes
– Problems with hearing in left ear
– Head feels like cement
– Chest tightness
– Neck pain/stiff neck
– Searing headache
– Stabbing pains in mid section, head, face, and teeth
– Sharp pins and needles in jaw and teeth
– Tightness in jaw
– Breathing has changed
– Pains in lower back
– Fluctuations in consciousness
– Strange jello sensations when moving my body
– My muscles feels stagnant
– Pains in abdomen
– Horrific Insomnia
– Legs feel like cement
– Brain feels numb
– Feel like a zombie
– Heightened awareness – like someone flipped the ‘on’ switch and it won’t turn off
– Feel like I’m going crazy
– Feels like my head is inflamed
80% I did not have before. The other 20% have been greatly exaggerated. I will never touch an IV or any chelator again for the rest of my life.
Did you report this to the doctor or practitioner who gave you the IV? If so, what did he/she say?
She said it was just ‘anxiety’ and that no one ever reacted like that. And that metal redistribution was not possible.
Did she tell you to continue?
Well, she did say that people who react like I do usually need more of it. But she never suggested that I do more.
Did you have amalgam fillings when you had the IV?
Yes, one. She gave me the glutathione IV to help with stress.
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