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Combo pill offered for high dose biotin and alpha lipoic acid

Combo pill offered for high dose biotin and alpha lipoic acid

I was informed by my friend that my pharmacy now makes a combination pill. It’s the same three pills a day, but it now has in addition to the hundred milligrams of biotin, 400 mg of the Alpha lipoic acid. You can click on the pill bottle on my webpage or you or you can click on the link I provided below. https://highdosebiotin.net/ Alpha lipoic acid has been studied to help in secondary progressive MS. https://www.mssociety.org.uk/ms-research/treatments-in-the-pipeline/lipoic-acid Studies in animal models…

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What am I taking for Multiple Sclerosis

What am I taking for Multiple Sclerosis

Over 20 years I have been on many different drugs. I’ve stop taking things and started taking things. There are many drugs I’ve taken for the MS itself and many for its symptoms. I figured I list all the things I take right now from my MS. I’ve also included links to clinical trials and a couple of drugs I recently stopped taking. Ocrevus this is my main drug for relapsing remitting MS. I take it through an IV once…

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Alpha Lipoic Acid and MS a patient’s view

Alpha Lipoic Acid and MS a patient’s view

On December 13, 2016, I wrote a blog about Alpha Lipoic Acid and multiple sclerosis. On July 3, 2017 this article was published in medical news today. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/318225.php Ive been talking alpha lipoic acid now for 7 months. I still take 2 600mg pills a day. One in the morning and one at night. Alpha lipoic acid started about 3 months after starting high dose biotin. Another Vitamin shown that in high doses has stopped disease progression. Since both biotin…

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