Julie isn't interesting that in addressing e4 we're both relieved of much of the mast cell issue, no doubt addressing the chronic inflammatory triggers over time. I was just thinking today about how I haven't even thought about mast cell websites or forums in ages. I even wondered to myself whether people were still on the band wagon. It seems to me now that the mast cells aren't just intrinsically disordered, they are chronically triggered in a disordered way by something(s), and those something(s) are the issue!
Stavia wrote:Julie we use picoprep. No sugar. No polyethylene glycol. If you can't get it I can bring you some. Its two small sachets each in a glass of water and then the rest of the 2 litres can be plain water.
PicoPrep powder for solution contains:
10mg of sodium picosulfate;3.5g of magnesium oxide;12.0g of citric acid; and,36mg of aspartame.
PicoPrep does not contain lactose, sucrose, gluten, tartrazine, any azo dyes or “sulfur” medicines.
Is picoprep available in US?
http://www.mydr.com.au/medicines/cmis/p ... l-solution
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