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It would depend on the amount of glucaronic acid in your batch, your toxic load, and the state of your liver. I noticed increased b.o. for 2 weeks when I started kombucha and was drinking 4 oz. three times per day. Never had the skin issues. I had been doing selenium for months before that and alpha lipoic acid was part of my chelation program so that probably made the time shorter.
gawd...on kombucha for a month, my bo was so strong I was embarrassed to be around my friends....so I put the scoby on vacation for a week (how long will the scoby keep in the fridge?)
I don't know if I can take the awful smell. We used oxyclean to get the smell out of the sheets. I'm . Everyone in the family is thanking me for not drinking it now. :
For the others, it gave dh a strong headache, and the rest of the family cancre sores. I liked it, no other symptoms except the smell. Which made me wonder if it was stirring up bacteria or what? I know that I'm toxic from my hair test, but I don't know if I should continue drinking it.
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personally I'm convinced if you make any change too fast (even if it's a good change) in can overwhlem your system. I'm not sure that I would consider that detox. I would try working up th that amount. there is actually something to the thought of "too much of a good thing is bad".
detoxing is hard on your system so even if that's what it is I think slow is a better idea. give your body time to heal *while* detoxing.
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