Screen Shot 2015-06-13 at 9.40.03 PMOne of the best ways to learn what supplements to take is to see what others take, and why.


*high potency B-vitamins (has numerous health-giving benefits for thyroid, adrenals)
*Folate (when it’s not in the above, I add it. Multiple benefits)
*one Ginger Root capsule (totally takes away my tendonitis, anti-inflammatory, many benefits)
*Magnesium Citrate (helps with palps, many benefits including heart health. I use drops.)
*Trace minerals (again, I use drops)
*Vit E when I need it (in the form of MIXED tocopherols)
*Selenium, natural food based tablets (anti-cancer, helps conversion of T4 to T3, etc)
*1000-5000 mg. Ascorbic Acid powder stirred into watered down orange juice or tomato juice (to support adrenals plus MANY benefits. Update: I now use liposomal Vit. C)
*Heaping tablespoon powdered greens (I use of variety of makers. Stir in juice. Need this because I hate veggies)
*Lugol’s iodine – 50 mg. stirred in juice
*compounded Testosterone (took away my lower back pain, but has many benefits!)
*Vitamin D (I’m impressed with what I read about its importance) and K
*Indole 3 Carbinol or DIM (when estrogen dominant)
*Sea salt liberally on my food
*Grape Seed Extract–impressed with it’s artery clearing ability, plus it’s very anti-cancer
*Zinc–I suck on a tablet with 15 mg zinc at the sign of any sore throat, every two hours and two at bedtime–and it ALWAYS knocks it out.

I now only use non-fluoride toothpaste–fluoride is not the panacea they make it, and could be causing much of our problems. I also count it a plus if there is no sodium lauryl sulfate. I also dip my brush with toothpaste in baking soda. I use Baking soda for deodorant. I use organic lotions, and tend to avoid shampoos with sodium lauryl sulfate in them, as well. I use organic eye liner/mascara etc by Ecco Bella and BB’s. Because ANYTHING you rub into your skin goes into your body, and after time, may cause problems.


*Co Q 10 150MG bedtime for heart
*600MG ALA for glucose control
*600MG Benfotiamine for nerve damage
*sublingual B Trio
*Sublingual B12
*Magnesium 400-600MG at bedtime for palps
*1000MG Fish oil
*2000MG Vitamin C as Emergen-C
*1/2-1 tsp Celtic Sea Salt -for adrenals, BO and overall health & detoxing
*2-4 Brewers Yeast Tablets for skin & hair & glucose


*Vitamin C 3500 mg
*Cod Liver Oil gel caps
*Co-Q10 100 mg
*Acidophilus (Enzymatic Therapies Acidiphilus Pearls)
*Calcium Citrate 700 mg
*Magnesuim Citrate 400 mg
*Gamma E Complex 400 mg
*B6 100 mg
*B5 Pantothenic Acid 1250 mg (adrenal support)
*Eleuthero (Siberian Ginseng) 1000 mg (adaptogenic herb for adrenal support)
*Ashwagandha (adaptogenic herb for adrenal support)
*Licorice 450 mg (adaptogenic herb for adrenal support)
*Ginger Root 550 mg
*Ginkgo Biloba (to fight brain fog and afternoon fuzzies)
*Iodine: 1 drop Lugols in Orange juice (6.5 mg of iodine)
*GSE (grapefruit seed extract) 10 drops in orange juice (100 mg)
*Armour 4 1/2 grains


*Thorne Multi Vitamin-Iron and Iodine free -because my last ferritin was 212
*MSM 200mg – for joint support
*Cinnamon 500mg – keep blood sugar under control
*CoQ10- 120mg – heart health
*Vitamin C 3000 mg. – that is all my tummy can handle
*B-Complex – for stress
*Sublingual B12–when feeling tired, or Zip Fizz powdered energy drink
*Vit. D3 (for low/normal D level)


*Food-based multiple vitamin/mineral
*Vitamin C 4 grams, more as needed, 1g at a time throughout the day
*B-complex “50” with each meal
*Sublingual B-12
*L-lysine (for cold sores, but can be used for ANY herpes outbreaks)
*Selenium 200mg
*Magnesium citrate, 400mg with supper & at bedtime
*Pregnenolone 10mg sublingual—even though I’m on HC because I tested low
*DHEA 5mg sublingual to balance my sex hormones
*Melatonin 1mg sublingual at night
*Sea salt 1/4 t. twice daily in water
*Boluoke or Nattokinase because I tested high on fibrin, when I can afford it


*4000 mg vitamin C (when I remember)
*Sea salt (when I remember)


*1000 mg vit C
*200 mgs Se
*2 drops lugols in water
*2 capsules Carlson’s cod liver oil
*10 mg DHEA
*HC and armour

Want to order your own labwork?? STTM has created the right ones just for you to discuss with your doctor. Go here:

Important notes: All the information on this website is copyrighted. STTM is an information-only site based on what many patients worldwide have reported in their treatment and wisdom over the years. This is not to be taken as personal medical advice, nor to replace a relationship with your doctor. By reading this information-only website, you take full responsibility for what you choose to do with this website's information or outcomes. See the Disclaimer and Terms of Use.