Wednesday, October 12, 2011

zyto report, and bladderwrack

The heavy-duty herb schedule from last week definitely felt strong, and by the last couple of days I was easing up on the Resolve Lower because I felt that it was over-stimulating.

Interesting result on the scan this week, also with the fibroid set, expanded hormone set, and a small misc stressors set.

Only two items over 20!

Here were the top 10:

LY-3 lymph point
Erythropoletin (essential for making red blood cells)
LY-4 lymph point
FI-2 fibroid point
LY-10bL lymph point
CRH Corticotrop Rel. Hormone
Female Infertility
Thyrotropin Releasing Hormone (TRH)

Interestingly, like last time lots of lymph points ranking high but they are completely different ones than ranked high last time.  Like I cleared out some but then aggravated others.  Still lots of thyroid-related stuff.

My supplements this week are:
Standard Process Trace MineralsB-12, 1 tab per day
Hemagenics 1 tablet per day
Bladderwrack -- am brewing as tea a la this article, hope it works on the weight loss side too!  Am drinking the first batch now.  Maybe it's just me, who likes the taste of seaweed after living in Japan, but it tastes pretty good.
Gemmotherapy Rosmarinus Officinalis 50 drops 2 x per day
Melatonin 1 capsule 1 time per day
NAC 3 capsules 2 times per day
D-Pinitol 600 mg 1 capsule 2 times per day
Goji berries, 1 berry two times per day

Bladderwrack is long used in Chinese medicine for fibroids, and is also good for the thyroid due to its high iodine content and other constituents.  I had bought some awhile ago to try to cook with it, not getting good results, so I had a bag of it around. This is the first time doing it as a tea.

Bladderwrack contains fucoxanthin which supposedly helps with burning fat. There is some more info on it here.  In researching this I just discovered that there is also a supplement available called Fucothin that is an alternative way of getting this ingredient, especially if unlike me you find the idea of drinking seaweed tea to be unpleasant.  You can also buy bladderwrack in capsule or tincture form.

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