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  1. , @CHfather , Thank you very much for your quick response! I sincerely appreciate your help. A few questions to follow-up, If you don’t mind.. 1. what do you mean by Verapamil being standard release, not fixed release? 2. So Omega 3 fish oil, calcium, Magnesium, vitamin K2, Vitamen A, Vitamin B 50, Zinc, and Boron all work together to counteract the negative side effects of D3? 3. Is there a health risk of taking all of these vitamins? For example, the Mayo Clinic states: The main consequence of vitamin D toxicity is a buildup of calcium in your blood (hypercalcemia), which can cause nausea and vomiting, weakness, and frequent urination. Symptoms might progress to bone pain and kidney problems, such as the formation of calcium stones.” (https://www.mayoclinic.org/healthy-lifestyle/nutrition-and-healthy-eating/expert-answers/vitamin-d-toxicity/faq-20058108) Is this a risk for CH sufferers who follow this regiment? 4. For this regiment, will I need to be taking multiple tablets of some of the vitamins daily? For example, the omega 3 fish oil comes in 360mg tablets, but 1000-2400mg are reccomended each day for the regiment? Am I missing something? 5. (last one!) the study states “A single tablet of the Mature Multi provides most of the other vitamin D3 cofactors at the required doses including calcium, zinc, boron and vitamin A (retinal). Does this mean if I take this Tablet,, I won’t need be taking calcium, zinc, Boron, and vitamin A (retinal)? Again, thank you very much for your help!
  2. @Batch forgot to tag your username for my above comment ^ thanks again!
  3. Hello Batch, I hope all is well. I am a new user here - 20 year old male, recently diagnosed with cluster headaches (by GP who referred me to neurologist at U Michigan’s Migraine Center) I have been getting them for 6 years but always assumed they were migraines, since my family gets migraines. 30-60 minutes of intense pain on left side, lots of saliva, eye sometimes tears up, daily for weeks/months a time. I would sincerely appreciate your help and thoughts. I just got prescribed Verapamil 120mg daily, Imitrex Injections, and also started taking 1000 IU Vitamen D3, and 500mg Magnesium daily. Am working on getting oxygen. I get plenty of sunlight, so I doubt I have D3 deficiency (but will get this tested at my neurologist visit). My question for you is - is 1000 IU D3 enough, and is it safe to be taking 10,000 IU daily year round? This article says there are risks such as kidney stones (https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2019/09/190903134738.htm) Also, should I start taking the rest of the vitamins on your regiment, or just wait to see blood test results? Saw there is also a risk with mixing calcium and Verapamil. Further, what is the purpose of the rest of the vitamins that D3 and magnesium don’t cover? Just want to be sure it is safe to be taking high doses of all these vitamins daily year round when my levels may be normal as it is. Thanks for your help!! Best,
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