Monday, July 11, 2011

PD Patients Significantly Improved after Glutathione IV

Here are a few remarkable videos of Parkinson's patients before and after 600 mg of intravenous reduced L-glutathione.  Dr. Perlmutter claims to have been having substantial success with Parkinson's patients using this approach. Look at that video and decide for yourself. I am hopeful, because I am taking intravenous glutathione now, and it does make me feel better, although I am only taking 200mg per day at this point. Dr. Perlmutter is using much higher doses, but is having almost immediate improvements in balance, expression, gait, and mood.

His clinic is called The Glutathione Experts (, and the site has lots of useful PD info.
"The highest concentration of glutathione is found in the liver, making it critically important in the detoxification and elimination of free radicals. Accumulation of these dangerous compounds can result in oxidative stress, which occurs when the generation of free radicals in the body exceeds the body’s ability to neutralize and eliminate them. Free radicals are highly reactive compounds created in the body during normal metabolic functions; they can also enter the body through the environment." 


  1. This sounds quite promising. Are there risks in upping the does that high Bob?

    Miss you buddy. I'll be heading up to Bend OR again soon and wanted to know if I could route through San Francisco on the return leg and get me some Bob-n-Homer time?!

    Best to you amigo!

  2. I've had good success with oral gluathione, the liquid version from readisorb. It helped me feel significantly better. It really decreased the dizziness I was feeling from high doses of minocycline.


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