That's what I was wondering, but then I questioned whether or not it'd be worth the headache. Of course, it'd be nice for patients to have access to such a chart, but I feel like it'd require a lot of time, effort, and create divide between people.
In my mind, you'd have to test with Buhner, Beyond Balance, Byron White, Jernigan, essential oils, anything and everything that's popular nowadays. I mean, to be fair, that is. Well, you have his herbs tested, but what about
Then, you'd have people, well, how can you prove that? They're saying this doesn't work with this, but that hasn't been my experience. Blah, blah, you get the picture.
How do you do that, with accuracy, consistently? You'd need test subjects, right? People with Lyme. Thinking about
it now, has anyone ever heard of companies like this looking for test subjects? Do they use animals? I mean, these things obviously work - I've been kept alive by natural medicine for years now - but... who is this stuff getting tested on, how do they know it works? Thinking about
it, it's all very strange. For the more popular doctors, I guess they'd be testing their stuff in practice, huh? My doctor's always trying something new, it seems. They're not HER products, tinctures, etc tho. Weird.
At the end of the day, it's their product line, so they can say whatever they want, but I just feel like it'd be a mess.
Strange that such a chart exists, listing all those contraindctions, because I got curious, emailed Nutramedix, and this was their response:
Thank you for your inquiry. All Nutramedix products are compatible with each other with the exception of Vitamin C, which should be taken after meals and apart from the herbals, per the label dosing instructions.
Your Customer Service Team"
I guess they changed their minds?
Sorry, if this post is a mess. I just talk.
Post Edited (NotQuiteAntonio) : 1/11/2018 1:14:57 PM (GMT-7)