first of all the dose, because most of deaths in western countries are due to these drugs and not deseases.safe dose to avoid liver failure is 500-1000mg evry 4 hrs for a total of 4g a day.in case of over dose acetyl cysteine NAC, is able to block paracetamol and aspirin toxic effect
NAC is also the antioxidant we use to regress fibrosis and it is also used in case of cough
there is lso a very potent pain killer which is natural and totally free of sides, its potency is comparable to viadox (or similar name) injections, today this viadox is not produced anymore since the deaths due to its sides.
the natural choice is just a vegetable already present in the diets of many countries, its name is devilsclaw, i have 2 relatives using it for severe back pain and (dont know in english) severe disease with pain on all body bones junctions, it works for both.it has no toxic dose and can be taken for very long periods, no sides reported
i dont use devilscalw because it is though to act on pain and inflammation by blocking cytokines directly and not just blocking the pain.so my guess is that this is bad for intf, both cytokines and inflammation are needed on intf
another way to block severe pain is by high dose vit d3, i posted the study here somewhere, it was a human trial in italy, maybe a messina hospital, you may find by search box
the vit d3 high dose was essential to block the pain. vit d3 too acts on inflammatory cytokines to block the pain or lessen the pain and not just blocking pain
for intf i am using 500mg just before taking immiquimod and another 500mg the following day when intf levels pick (intf pick after 24hrs), sometimes its twice a day and sometimes once a day.this is just for 2-3days a week
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