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Remedy for Restoration of Taste Buds

Remedy for Restoration of Taste Buds

Dec 26, 2022

Remedy for Restoration of Taste Buds.

Remedy for Restoration of Taste Buds

There are six major supplements that will do that,

1. zinc Picolinate being the best

2. sodium thiosulfate,

3. L- carnosine,

4. baking soda+citric acid - Lemon juice

5. vitamin B complex,

6. Magnesium Zinc deficiency has been linked to tastes, and smell such as anosmia (the inability to taste and smell in a more broader terms). The usual dose Zinc is 50 mg. per day.  Sodium thiosulfate (you should make your own from a swimming pool supplier) or buy the from pet shops where it is clearly labeled sodium thiosulfate, without the food coloring, used to dechlorinate the water. It must be taken frequent enough (all day whenever you drink water), and taken at 5-8 drops per glass of water. It is necessary you take bath in 1% sodium thiosulfate solution and stay in the bathtub for at least 3 minutes. If done this way it make sense to buy them from a swimming pool supplier. Some told me they can get at a photo shop supplier, but you have to find out the details yourself. It is well known that sodium thiosulfate restores neural losses from hearing, taste, smell, and tactile sensitivity due to chemotherapy by protecting chemotherapy's damage on the neural system. Sodium thiosulfate is protective of neural loss and can restore your taste bud for example.

3. L-Carnosine, usually taken at 2 grams/day, but you can always start on the low side such as 5 grams a day. It is an amino acid involved in tastebud and also found in high amounts in your nose involved in detecting flavors and tastes also.

4. Baking soda + citric acid-lemon juice. I have seen in many instances of people with appetite problems received weight gain of supplementing this only after one week. For some reason or another, it restores appetite and taste.

5. Vitamin B complex (B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B6, B12) at 2 mg for most, with exception of B12 at only 2 mcg, plus other vitamin b such as vitamin F also help restore your tastebuds. Taken only a couple of days also restore appetite, but it is usually within about a week to notice the weight gain.

6. Magnesium . Must be taken as it is supportive of vitamin B effectiveness as well as other enzyme systems of the body (about 3-4), so reactivating many of these should really help some weight gain.

Other supportive therapies include MSM. MSM is a simple sulfur supplement. I have seen many instances that people who lost weight or a lot of weight as in your case, do have in fact sulfur deficiency. 25 mg - 5 mg/day are common dosage. It is important to drink plenty of water so it will restore the cells in your body by removing toxins which is responsible for the taste bud issues.

Other that is worthy of mentioned that body builders used in weight gain include creatine monohydrate and L-glutamine you can try out. It is important to take it along with magnesium  to help its effect on bioavailability and absorption as magnesium is synergistic of these two amino acids.

You really can not buy Glutathione as all the famous doctors have been selling  as they came out with Covid.

You body has to make it..Take Alpha Lipoic Acid and Nac every day....voila

Alpha Lipoic Acid will also help with nerve damage and shingles and should be taken every day

Shingles also take L-ysine and high doses of Zinc Picolinate ( 250 -300 mg a day ) until it goes away then just 50 mg per day

Oil Pulling.with organic coconut oil everyday to clean the mouth and regenerate the taste buds.

'purification of taste-buds' also has its equivalent in dietetics as 'antioxidants'. Oxidation literally means `the putrefaction of body-tissues'.

And oil-soluble vitamins, A, C, D, and E are antioxidants that protect and prevent the decaying process and help maintain the integral functioning of cell membranes. That's why, many people are ingesting vitamin E pills to stem 'aging' (oxidation).

In modern dietetics too, dryness is discussed. For example, lack of Vitamin A (retinal) causes the outer lining of the eyeball to dry and wrinkle, and affects vision.

And as any dietician would tell you, all oils contain 960 micrograms of vitamin A per 10 gm.

oil gargling helps  the eyeballs and keeps them  elastic and smooth.

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