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Old 05-08-2012, 04:28 AM
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Herxheimer Reaction

Originally Posted by Edipy View Post
In taking a positive theory, I believe some of the problems may have been resurfacing as they were coming to light and being resolved, but at the same time the "burnt out" feeling I experienced after taking Asea was and is a tad bit alarming.

I'd like to give it another go and will probably keep everyone updated just in case someone else who suffers from any form of immune dysfunction and is considering taking Asea.
Hi Edipy,

I believe you're absolutely right. The Herxheimer Reaction (healing crisis) effect can happen.

For example, 30 years ago, my mom cut her arm pretty bad. It has been numb all around the scar area ever since. After a couple days, she experienced massively tingling in that area that was uncomfortable. However, some of the feeling came back.

I hear reports from others that old injuries had resurfaced for a bit, got a bit better even after years and then the sensations or issues went away.

What is happening is that there is still damaged tissue. Many things do not have the communicators available to get it back to normal and these molecules can stimulate those areas to start repairing. Not necessarily back to new after old injuries like that but some regeneration can happen even with those old injuries. It simply supports the body in repairing itself.

The nervous system cannot repair itself without enough redox signaling molecules.

Usually, the only time I hear of anyone getting "burnt out" feeling of being tired out or "toxed out" is if they are taking too much ASEA if they're on a lot of meds. But if they persists, that goes away and they usually wind up getting off of most of the meds if not all. Even if you're not on a bunch of medication, it is possible your are detoxing fast and if so, I'd just cut the dose down to a couple table spoons every few hours for a few days then slowly build up.
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