Thanks so much for the info, Claudine....I don t know what we d do without you. You are such a good source of material that would take me ages to searchMessage 1 of 68 , Oct 4, 2001View SourceThanks so much for the info, Claudine....I don't know what we'd do
without you. You are such a good source of material that would take
me ages to search out...what a lifesaver you are!!! Will start on a
calcium/magnesium supplement too.
claudine intexas wrote:
> Hi take Maximum Milk Thistle (Siliphos), 240mg, 3
> times a day. This is a very good product, tested, and
> is very easily absorbed. I think it's really important
> to make sure you get a good brand - some herbs, when
> tested, don't even have what they claim to have in
> them, so this is something I'm willing to pay a little
> extra for. I just saw a pretty good article on milk
> thistle and it listed several brands known to be good.
> I'll post it. I used to take a cheap one, but didn't
> feel like it was doing anything. If you are not taking
> a calcium supplement, and magnesium, you might want to
> add these. People with liver disease have problems
> metabolizing these minerals and are prone to
> --- Carol <csean@...> wrote:
> > Hi Claudine
> > How much Milk Thistle do you take? I'm taking 4,500
> > mg a day,
> > although the bottle says to take 2 a day, I'm only
> > taking 1.
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I will say many a prayer for Connie and her family today as I have since meeting her here as I have for everyone with this dreaded disease. It seems like sheMessage 68 of 68 , Sep 12, 2002View SourceI will say many a prayer for Connie and her family today as I have since
meeting her here as I have for everyone with this dreaded disease.
It seems like she had more than her share of heartaches and physical woes
but she was always there with a kind word and a funny little saying and yes,
always so strong. I will miss seeing her posts. I know she is in a better
place where she will not have to suffer anymore. May we all remember that
life is short and make the most of it.
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