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Do any of you guys have Visual Snow as a symptom? It's kind of like seeing static and spots in your visual field. I especially notice it when I look at a single color or things far away like the sky. It also comes and goes, so sometimes I don't notice it at all. I'm wondering if its an issue with the eyes or brain.Bubbly urine is another odd symptom I have and can point it to anything since my kidney and liver function have tested normal. Does anyone else have this?Akt1 - I saw that you take GABA and thought I'd mention the author of the book "Why Isn't My Brain Working" said GABA cannot cross the blood brain barrier. The book said to use it as a test since you will only feel a relaxing effect from it if your blood brain barrier is compromised. If you do feel an effect try taking krill oil. Also, it looks like you've been on this forum for a year or so. Are you still 100% free of POIS from ginger and your supplements?
It's been over 3 months, and I want to followup and report that Ginger still works for me. My protocol for using it has never changed. I simply take 2 ginger pills immediately before or after an O. As a result, most times the next day I can't tell that I had an O. For best results, I limit my Os to 1-2x a week. If I have too many my body will weaken and I'll get some of the symptoms, but still not all of them. It's clear that Ginger doesn't work for everyone. By that same token, niacin never worked for me and it worked for others. Best part about it is how simple it is. A large bottle of Nature's Way (which I use) is under $10. And there's no discomfort by taking 2 pills. And you can even take it right after the O. Could not be easier.
Do you take this one?"Nature's Way, Ginger Root, 550 mg, 240 Vegetarian Capsules"
I was thinking...If Ginger works for some people - ginger is antiinflammatory and fixes gut problems.WouldnĘt then probiotics be beneficial against pois?Has anyone tried sauerkraut? (which is antiinflammatory and full of probiotics...)Regards,Ak1