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Thanks Able,

So am I ok for omega oils then without fish oil?

The suuppliments that you questioned are simply on the list because when I did my research they sounded very befificial.

Tea Tree oil – why this?

Tea tree oil contains consituents called terpenoids, which have been found to have antiseptic and antifungal activity. The compound terpinen-4-ol is the most abundant and is thought to be responsible for most of tea tree oil’s antimicrobial activity.

Siberian Ginseng – why this?

General mood enhancer and a mild anti spasmodic for my back spasms also it is known as an ‘adaptogen’ because it heals and energises the whole body without any unpleasant side effects.

Psyllium and Apple Pectin – why this?

Capsule form, It has the ability to swell up to 50 times its initial volume when added to liquid. This bulking action can play an important role in maintaining regularity and gastrointestinal health

Liquid myrrh – why this?

It is beneficial for Candida albicans (thrush) and for athlete’s foot. Other uses: for leg ulcers and other sores; as a tonic and stimulant for bronchial and lung diseases; as a natural anesthetic; to cleanse the stomach and colon; as an antiseptic poultice on boils, sores and other wounds.It activates the immune system, thus enhancing the body’s natural ability to fight disease and protecting the body against a number of toxins.

Pau D’Arco’s – why this?

Recent scientific studies indicate that Pau D’Arco helps to support healthy intestinal flora. It has also been suggested that Pau D’Arco may assist the body in supporting healthy cell growth and possesses powerful antioxidant properties,

All sounded pretty good to me but if its not the way forward I wont take them.

Thanks again for all the help as always