What is the Difference Between A Glutathione Injection and Glutathione Pills?

Hi! I wonder what are the difference between glutathione injections and those taken orally? Which is more effective? And which is more safe? Can you take both at the same time?


Answer:

The main difference is effectiveness. Glutathione injections are effective, but not the most effective way to raise and sustain your glutathione, since it has a short half life and does not strengthen your immune system. But it will raise your blood glutathione levels temporarily. It has also been reported that blood glutathione levels peak and then fall to below normal levels following a glutathione injection, which is not good.

Glutathione pills will not raise your glutathione at all. Don't waste your money on those.

Both methods are safe, and you can do both at the same time, although I see no reason to, as the pills will be destroyed in your gut. A simple very effective way to raise and sustain your glutathione is by taking Immunocal.

You can learn more about all the researched ways of raising glutathione including glutathione injections here, and glutathione pills here.

You can order Immunocal here.

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