Vegetable charcoal and chemotherapy?
Treated with chemotherapy at the rate of a transfusion every 15 days for Hodgkin’s disease, my friend is currently taking medication which gives him pain in the intestines.
So I made the decision to buy him something natural to remedy this.
I then discovered natural charcoal, but by doing several searches, I wonder if it is recommended to give him some while he is under chemo, since the main property of charcoal is to absorb toxins.
Do you think I should get him to stop taking charcoal today or only for a few days after chemotherapy (the 5 days when he cannot come out because his immune system is weakened, for example)?
I really ask the question to connoisseurs of this food supplement and its effects, its dosage, in particular for a treatment as heavy and important (the effects of chemo should not decrease) as chemotherapy.
Thank you so much.
I know the product well, but I admit that given the seriousness of the situation I dare not answer …
The charcoal absorbs what is in the intestine, so I would say, a
priori , that it does not pose a problem. concerns since the chemo is injected directly into the veins. And the intestine is the step BEFORE the blood …
I hope someone more sure of him will answer you
Thank you very much Shewb for your answer, I take it into account and I wait to see if I am given more information.
What is there rm6?
I too will diarai a priori that charcoal does not pose particular problems, in any case, it is really effective on gastrointestinal problems if it is of good quality (be careful, there are now many in the trade and competition is sometimes damage …), I also use it regularly when I have a little problem on this side, now, as schweb said, the situation is special, so …