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Glutahtione Can Help Improve Limb Strength

January 08, 2018

Glutathione is an important yet little known simple molecule that prevents aging, cancer, heart disease, dementia and more. It is one of the best known antioxidants, keeps the immune system healthy, and is involved in tissue building and repair. The human body produces its own glutathione, but poor diet, pollution, toxins, stress, infections and more can deplete normal levels, leaving the body open to infection. Chronically ill patients have this deficiency, which is why it is being recommended for those with ALS/MND. 

Glutathione injections can rid the body of toxins and recycle antioxidants, detoxifying the system. It is good for improving limb weakness and spasticity/rigidity symptoms. These injections, along with a healthy diet and appropriate exercise, can improve the quality of your days.

Many compounding pharmacies worldwide produce injectable glutathione. We often recommend Hopewell Pharmacy in Hopewell, New Jersey for their compounding excellence, competitive price, and impeccable service. Hopewell provides 4x 30mL vials for $280 that will last two months, which is an appropriate time to determine its efficacy. Hopewell is also able to provide the saline solution vials and the butterfly syringes.

While there has not yet been a clinical trial of glutathione completed for ALS patients, there are inextricable links between both the causation of ALS and Parkinson’s and the symptomatic treatments for ALS and autism.

For complete information about prescription specifics, please download the article attached to this podcast.