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I have a question about the Parasym Plus dosage. I have all of the typical symptoms that Dr. Driscoll speaks about designing this supplement for (constipation/slow digestion, dry eyes/mouth, flushing, to name a few). Yet I don’t experience noticeable relief (or a bowel movement within 1 hour) at the 3 pill dosage. I think I’ve heard her say that some people need a higher dosage especially in the beginning. I am wondering what that dosage tends to be? 3 pills twice a day for a total of 6/day? Or 2 pills twice a day? I’m just curious what is recommended in this situation. I am hesitant to give up on it since she describes all of my symptoms so well and it seems like the perfect supplement for what my body needs right now. Thank you!
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