An Effective Way To Treat Fibromyalgia
In order to use the guaifenesin protocol successfully, you must use the correct guaifenesin tablets or capsules. The only way to know this is to have Dr St Amand or another doctor familiar with his protocol map your body while taking them. If you don't, then you'll have trouble knowing which tablets or capsules you respond well to.
There are many different dosages available and many resources to choose from when buying guaifenesin. I recommend purchasing extended release tablets at
The quality of their products is unsurpassed and they also donate a portion of their profits to organizations like Action for ME, the CFIDS Association of America, Inc., the National Fibromyalgia Association (NFA), and the National Fibromyalgia Research Association. There's also some very positive customer reviews on this page praising their effectiveness. They're definitely worth the read.
If for some reason you're not responding well to these tablets, you can also purchase them from the pharmacy located right next door to Dr St Amand’s office. Their website is
and the staff is very friendly and professional.
Some people including myself have responded better with the Guai300 guaifenesin, but ultimately the absence of your symptoms and the body map results will tell you if this is the case. I highly recommend either one.
This just reinforces the fact that you must be monitored by Dr St Amand or another specialist that's familiar with his body mapping techniques so they can see which tablets are working effectively. You'll be amazed at how effectively guaifenesin eliminates these deposits.
Beware of Fast Acting Tablets
Note: It's extremely important to remember to use extended release guaifenesin tablets as opposed to fast acting(quick acting) unless recommended by Dr St Amand or the specialist treating you. Extended release (long acting) have a slower release time, while fast acting is absorbed and eliminated very quickly by the kidneys.
I start feeling horrible within 48 hours if I use the quick acting by itself. This has happened to me on a few occasions until I finally realized this issue. This is because you’re not supplied with a slow and constant stream of guaifenesin. This will cause you to start experiencing the dreaded symptoms again.
They may recommend a combination of fast acting with extended release depending on the dosage you're required to take. Just be sure not to use fast acting guaifenesin by itself.
The fact that your symptoms come back if you use the wrong kind of guaifenesin or forget to take your recommended dosage is a stunning example of how truly effective this treatment option really is. And it's a natural supplement which is even more remarkable!
As long as you follow the
discussed in Dr Paul St Amand's
, and have a doctor, chiropractor, or massage therapist familiar with the body mapping technique monitor your progress, then you'll be well on your way to recovery!
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