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Exactly what happened to me.  Was waiting for someone to describe this type of reaction....thanks! I'm getting a tiny amount of trehalose in my membrosia complex powder....so this is about all I seem to tolerate right now.

The same thing happened when I first used D-Ribose alone.  I had to reduce my dose down to a pinch once a day, but at that time, I needed to repower the body as I.  Now the body is normally detoxing/healing at a high rate, and the Trehalose Complex stimulates overdrive and I just can't take it.  

I will be extremely happy when I get all of the toxins out of the lyphomas...  I irritated some lyphomas under my left shoulder blade and between the bottom two ribs on each side yesterday, so I'm having immense pain with each breath (or arm movement) today and probably for the next two or three...


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The same thing happened when I first used D-Ribose alone.  I had to reduce my dose down to a pinch once a day, but at that time, I needed to repower the body as I.  Now the body is normally detoxing/healing at a high rate, and the Trehalose Complex stimulates overdrive and I just can't take it.  

I will be extremely happy when I get all of the toxins out of the lyphomas...  I irritated some lyphomas under my left shoulder blade and between the bottom two ribs on each side yesterday, so I'm having immense pain with each breath (or arm movement) today and probably for the next two or three...


It seemed like TC upset my Lyme toxins that might have been deeply buried and somehow were
disturbed by promoting a rapid deep cleansing...  Every symptom I had when I first got Lyme disease resurfaced....swollen knee...stiff neck....too much cleansing to deal with. Makes me realize how
powerful a supplement TC really is.....and difficult it is for some to process a lot of toxicity at once.


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My first couple of months on Trehalose, I had a tremendous amount of elimination via my skin.  Not the normal sort of bumps, either, more like scales that were itchy, then red and sensitive, then dried up and fell off.  Now, many months along, my skin has become very clear and glowing.  I still only take 1/2 tsp/day.



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My first couple of months on Trehalose, I had a tremendous amount of elimination via my skin.  Not the normal sort of bumps, either, more like scales that were itchy, then red and sensitive, then dried up and fell off.  Now, many months along, my skin has become very clear and glowing.  I still only take 1/2 tsp/day.


That's very impressive...I really love reading the specific experiences everyone is having...  Thanks for sharing
Maybe 1/2 tsp does the job just as well as taking more.


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Trehalose helped me sleep like a baby right off the bat - even taking it at bedtime. Now, Yerba Mate' is a different story altogether for me. I got some of that stuff when I was on the GENO diet where it was allowed, and one small drink of it nearly sent me into a panic attack. 'Way too much "excitement" for me!    Trehalose is really good for sprinkling over or putting into things we want to freeze  too. If I freeze bananas, I give them a good sprinkling of TC. Also, add it to my version of "cornbread," and other baked items when I plan to freeze them.


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I put it in my "cornbread."


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I put it in my "cornbread."


you lucky dog!  you get to eat cornbread!!!



so did it sweeten it up?  and did you use Dr. D's or just a general brand of Trehalose?

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you lucky dog!  you get to eat cornbread!!!


I believe Spring's "cornbread" is made with a (or a blend of) compliant grain rather than corn...


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you lucky dog!  you get to eat cornbread!!! so did it sweeten it up?  and did you use Dr. D's or just a general brand of Trehalose?

This "cornbread" has no corn in it! It is made with millet, amaranth, chia and almond meal. I love it! And the TC simply enhances the deliciousness! I used Dr. D.'s TC. With the help of various experienced cooks on the forum I have been very happy to develop a "cornbread" that is a wonderful substitute for the real thing! Sometimes I just have a muffin for a snack!


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With the help of various experienced cooks on the forum I have been very happy to develop a "cornbread" that is a wonderful substitute for the real thing! Sometimes I just have a muffin for a snack!

Have you added the recipe to the database?


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so why do we have to use lemon juice in it?  I'd like to just drink it plain with my Larch powder...  
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so why do we have to use lemon juice in it?  I'd like to just drink it plain with my Larch powder...  


You don't have to, although Dr. D. says it works better when you do...  Unfortunately, I don't know all of the why...


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Ok so this is happening again..

the only thing that has changed is I've added Trehalose to my morning and evening regime.

I'm getting nauseated bad in my tummy and headache tension about mid morning.   Has anyone had those reactions?  
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I'm getting nauseated bad in my tummy and headache tension about mid morning.   Has anyone had those reactions?  


Are you drinking plenty of water?  Your body may be breaking down stuff and need the extra water to flush it out.  Otherwise, the broken down toxins are just hanging around in your system and giving you the tummy and head aches.
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the only thing that has changed is I've added Trehalose to my morning and evening regime.

I'm getting nauseated bad in my tummy and headache tension about mid morning.   Has anyone had those reactions?  

Follow Adam's suggestion to drink more water, but if it doesn't help adequately - Cut the dose in half and see if the symptoms are better.  The idea is to have the symptoms manageable while still being able to notice when they get better.  When they get to hardly noticeable, it'll be time to increase the dose some - still keeping symptoms at a tolerable level...

Hope this helps...


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Have you added the recipe to the database?


No, I haven't, ABJoe. But I guess it would be worthwhile to take the time to do it. I would have been delighted to use someone else's recipe without taking months to get it just the way I like it! Not too sweet but just right. I didn't grow up eating sweetened, authentic cornbread because the corn always seemed sweet enough to us. This "cornbread" needs a little sweetener, though, to really come alive -  about one-fourth cup of agave/honey mixed and 2 teaspoons TC in 24 muffins. If I were using plain trehalose, I would use more of it and less agave/honey. I LOVE garlic in cornbread so I add 1/2 teaspoon of that.


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I'm getting nauseated bad in my tummy and headache tension about mid morning.   Has anyone had those reactions?  

How long does the nausea and headache last? There is no question that this stuff is pretty powerful. Maybe you could simply take a little less.



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so why do we have to use lemon juice in it?  I'd like to just drink it plain with my Larch powder...  


Maybe your body is telling you something. Try it that way and see what happens. I CANNOT deal with lemon or grapefruit aside from what is already in the TC so I simply take it with the larch.


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AB Joe, why not using the body brushings first and then a sort of tens zapper to come along with pains and detoxing the lymph system *en gros* ...wish you quickest recovery   btw..ther's a beautiful product called boswellia serrata gel (incl. some minth balm) from the firm Alpina med; it works amazingly against all kinds of pains as a topic.... really great...gives first a cooling feeling and then pains are gone...but ok not thought for the use onto the mucosa either ...


About Trehalose, justamente googled it in teutonic language and those mentioned: justamente a natural sweetener and conservator for all kinds of foods.... made from Tapioka starch.... and ok tapioka is a no-go for me... why should I also use a no-no...something similar likewise that famous supp made with guarana.. aber hallo...


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AB Joe, why not using the body brushings first and then a sort of tens zapper to come along with pains and detoxing the lymph system *en gros* ...wish you quickest recovery   btw..ther's a beautiful product called boswellia serrata gel (incl. some minth balm) from the firm Alpina med; it works amazingly against all kinds of pains as a topic.... really great...gives first a cooling feeling and then pains are gone...but ok not thought for the use onto the mucosa either ...

I do body brushing and self massage.  I tried a tens unit, but it is too much.  Best to allow the body to cleanse at its own speed for now.  I'll look into Beswellia gel - thanks!

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About Trehalose, justamente googled it in teutonic language and those mentioned: justamente a natural sweetener and conservator for all kinds of foods.... made from Tapioka starch.... and ok tapioka is a no-go for me...

Dr. D. said that when the Trehalose is made, there is none (or very little) of the problem food remaining.  It doesn't mean that you have to use it - just saying that it probably wouldn't hurt...


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Ok.. so I've been taking Trehalose for about 2 months and my anxiety attacks are getting worse.  Especially lately during the day.  And it's making me want to eat and eat and eat.   I do Yerba and also L-Tyorosoine in the morning and then take Trehalose also before breakfast.  So I'm thinking between those 3 stimulants I'm getting too much stimulation and it's turning to anxiety!

I think i'm going to pull off of it and see if I can level out again...

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I've been taking Trehalose for about 2 months and my anxiety attacks are getting worse.  Especially lately during the day.  And it's making me want to eat and eat and eat.   I do Yerba and also L-Tyorosoine in the morning and then take Trehalose also before breakfast.  So I'm thinking between those 3 stimulants I'm getting too much stimulation and it's turning to anxiety!

Thoughts?

The following are questions to stimulate self-analysis - you can think about them to draw conclusions or answer them if you want additional help...

Have you had anxiety attacks in the past?
Did you take some medication for them?

If the answer to the above questions is "Yes", it is quite possible that the Trehalose is helping clean out medication or some emotional "junk" related to these which is yielding some unpleasant reactions.

There are obviously other possible explanations as well.


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