After Andy died his co author posted about the behind the scenes truth. Andy did a few rounds of his own protocol and then quit because it was too much for him to handle. And yet he still created this very strict protocol with strict rules and his followers act like he is/was an infallible deity. Its absurd. The guy couldn't even stick to his own protocol and yet he demands everyone else do it. I find that to be incredibly dishonest and the reason I don't take him and his cult's rules all that seriously.
Very happy he sounded the alarm about mercury, he did a lot of great things no doubt. But creating a cult around a strict protocol that some found to be very harmful was not good.
And you are doing what everyone in ACC does, try to probe and find one small deviation from the protocol so you can proclaim thats why it didn't work. And yet Andy himself couldn't even keep to the dang protocol. Nah, not interested in playing that game.
If it works for you great, but for some it absolutely does not. And stop spreading the BS about the OSR we get being counterfeit. Its from the same lab that the inventor gets it from. Its the real deal, and it works. If you don't want to do it, great. But don't spread dishonest misinformation.
I pretty well versed in both statements you made along with the particulars of OSR. It's well known Andy stopped ALA to finish his research. As to the other statement about
my spreading BS anyone interested can go in the FB site and asked where to get it. I would hope if you are doing a group buy your not stupid enough to repackage it prior to distribution. Again, while I agree it shows promise, it has not been fully vetted and approved by the FDA for human consumption. You guys even admit yourselves your guinea pigs. Hey I'll be the first to line up when it's tested and dose is determined. However, I expect I'll be done with ACC by that time.
Yes as to my questions. No you cannot deviate on many things. So if your not willing to stick with the protocol, you should not try. And yes the strict rules are for a reason. What works, what does not, and what is dangerous. I've spent over a year reading posts on ACC and not on OSR. Most if not all that are unsuccessful deviate in some from. However the sad fact is there appears to be some that have a low threshold on every thing they take and do not better with OSR. Some but not all.
Hey at least we can agree on one thing. Mercury is bad, very bad.
We should all do out own research and make our choices