Quote: I’m assuming if I remove the capsule and dissolve in water the gelatin/cellulose won’t be a problem, right?
Reply: The small amount of cellulose in capsules isn’t normally a problem, but if you want to do this there’s no reason not to.
Quote: I want to get some D-Alpha-Tocopherol (Vitamin E), but I can’t seem to find an affordable one. Are other forms of the vitamin worth taking?
Reply: Vitamin E is a powerful antioxidant as well as a good immune booster among other advantages to the treatment. Alpha-tocotrienol (note difference in spelling) is also a natural form, but whether or it would be available to you is another question. I suppose that if you can’t find a natural source, the synthetic form is better than nothing.
Keep in mind that natural forms of vitamin E are found in plentiful amounts in several herbs which are on the ‘allowed’ list.
Cloves, curry powder, oregano, ginger and sage, thyme, parsley, cumin, marjoram and ground cinnamon contain vitamin E. Both the ground and leaf versions are fine. Oddly enough the herb or spice that contains the largest quantity of Vitamin E is paprika; in fact, 1 oz. of paprika contains 42% of your daily recommended requirement of vitamin E.
Vitamin E is also found in vegetables, such as bell peppers, dark leafy greens (chard, bok choy, spinach, collards, etc.), asparagus, tomatoes, and broccoli.
If you do as you say, you’re bound to experience some die-off symptoms after several days at the most. For this you should start your molybdenum at least a day before starting the detox. What is the exactly name (not brand) of the form of molybdenum?
Quote: I just found Granary Herbs Swedish Bitters
Reply: These should work fine.