Can I Take Glutathione If I Am A Minor?
I am under 18, and don't know if it is okay or not.
If you are asking if glutathione can be safely be taken by those under 18 years of age, the answer is yes.
Glutathione is in every cell of your body from the day you are born until the day you die. In fact, regardless of your age, if you didn't have glutathione in your cells right now, you would not be alive.
When you are breastfeeding as an infant, your mother's milk gives you what you need to make your own glutathione, safely, and naturally.
However, taking oral glutathione has no known effects, positive, or negative, other than lightening your wallet. Learn more about glutathione pills here.
The two most thoroughly studied ways of raising glutathione are with variants of the amino acid cysteine. One of these methods has the same ingredient to make glutathione that breastfed infants received while they were nursing, called bonded cysteine, and is found in the supplement Immunocal. This supplement is approved for all ages, including infants and children.
The other most thoroughly studied method for raising glutathione is with a pharmaceutical drug called N-acetyl-cysteine, or NAC, and due to potentially toxic side effects, is not recommended for infants, children, pregnant or nursing mothers.
Learn more about how to raise glutathione here.
Immunocal is the most effective, safe, and natural way to raise and sustain your glutathione.
You can order Immunocal here.