Sunshine, are you procrastinating about Alpha Lipoic Acid?

Last week I was asked the question about procrastinating and it’s a very good question, one worthy of a proper reply. If you don’t know I have paused my chelation for the time being. Paused due to my ill-health.

I am not procrastinating. I am happy to have made the decision to hold off chelation at the moment. The heart problem I had in February this year was very serious. Chelation at the same time as all those problems would have been idiotic. I was way too sick for chelation. The heart issue needed sorting first. I only just turned the corner in August after the Candida herbs and I still have some work to do. I have not done a chelation round since October 2011: that’s 14 months. My body remains congested and buggered up. Chelating at the same time is just looking for trouble. I am a low-doser. I will need a 100 more rounds, at least, the get the mercury out. That’s 4-5 years of chelation for me.

Before chelation restarts, I need to do one full body round, cleaning each zone with different sets of herbs. I have already cleaned my bowels, and killed my parasites and candida. Now I am doing my liver with the Essiac herbs. After the liver I will address the kidneys and only after that will I restart chelation. That’s only two to three months away.

All the herbs I have done this year have been hard labour too. I have had to reduce the dosage frequently to manage the side-effects. These are clear and solid signals that I am congested inside and that I need cleaning. I have also got significantly better from doing each set of herbs too.

I have learnt there is no rushing in this game. Rushing leads to problems. I have to go at my own pace and my organs need cleaning before chelation can recommence. I could chelate now, but it would be hard work because my liver is so congested. Don’t forget I have a full life to lead too. I am not bed bound or at death’s door. I have a full-on city job, and a family to take care of. Life is tough enough just doing the herbs, adding chelation would be foolhardy.

I know this view is not a-la Cutler view, which is chelate, chelate, chelate. But I have already chelated, chelated, chelated: I have 74 rounds under my belt. The problems I have now are directly caused by the mistakes I made that led to the heart problem. Those problems need undoing first. I have done it before … and I am doing it again.

In other news: I have finally succumbed to the flu that my wife and kids have had for the last 4 weeks. My turn now. I am completely congested, coughing, sneezing, freezing, miserable and sleeping like a complete village idiot. Better to just get up and sleep for patches during the day. Perfect timing for my two-week holiday over Christmas and the New Year!! Ahhhhh!

In other other news: I had to pause the Essiac herbs too. I did 15 days, but tingly itchy reactions went into overdrive, and together with the flu I had four days off the herbs. I have now restarted the tea, but at a much reduced dose: 5ml instead of 20ml. I will ease myself back in gently.

Otherwise: Merry Christmas to you all, and may 2013 see you healthy, wealth and wise.

That’s all folks!

4 thoughts on “Sunshine, are you procrastinating about Alpha Lipoic Acid?

  1. Best wishes for the season and for your continuing improved health. This little black duck knows all about persistence and determination and astuteness – all necessary traits for success. Taking a break is astute and clever coz you’re the only person who knows how you feel.
    Wishing you much auspicious prosperity for the new year!

  2. Reading your book now and I love it, Sunshine!

    I too am a survivor of 9 mercury amalgams. I recently stumbled across a very high-quality stabilized form of Alpha-Lipoic Acid by I’m awaiting it’s arrival and also curious about your opinion on it.



  3. Hi Jay, Glad you are enjoying the book:-)

    I don’t know anything about that special Alpha-Lipoic Acid. I certainly would not take any chances in taking it without getting the full and 100pct OK from Cutler and Yahoo FDC. There is no need: Regular ALA works just fine in chelating mercury out, so no need to mess with some new-fangled stuff. The R-ALA, which is time release, is not suitable for chelation anyway. Although the marketing makes it seem like some miracle product, the slow release is not constant or regular enough to keep the level of chelator constant and level in the blood. If the level of chelatior is not level and the same…this leads to unsafe chelation that make things worse.

    I’m not a doctor or scientist so i can;t really know what is good or bad, so I would wait for approval from people that do know what they are doing: If Andy Cutler says it’s ok, then i would take it. Otherwise i would stick with what does work just fine: regular ALA.

    Take care, Happy New Year Jay

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