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Stupid broken spoilers. I wrote them right im 99% sure since I took so much time. I've requested Quet'z help and this should be in sexy shape soon enough sometime this week.
Sorry guys, was trying to be respectful and make the short and long versions for readers of all ages, interest levels, and attention spans.
My second post got deleted, but...
basically I'm a guy who was just labeled positive for genetic hemochromatosis (unclear if I'm heterogenous or homogenous, hetero roughly 1 in 10-20 for Northern European descent, 1 in 200-500 have both alleles and are basically screwed, and with my high ferritin I'more likely to have both alleles than I want to acknowledge) with significant former liver damage from international Hep A infection and 2-3 years of varying alcoholism years ago, and I got my blood tested in early Summer 2015.
The only substantial variable that changed since that 2015 test and the Jan 2017 test was cutting out daily booze, NO booze and kava together period (though this was rare after 2012-2013 anyways), 97%+ kava use reduction, no smoking weed (only vaping it, and I'd say 80-95% less weight than before, now like 1g of 25% per month lol max), and when I would drink booze on rare occasion (wedding, bachelor party, this recent vacation, maybe two days total at home where I downed 6oz of vodka to see if I'd get a rush, and I just felt sick after) I'd vape a little weed and pound waters with milk thistle before, during, and after the drinking, with weed with it almost always (supposedly helps protect brain from neurotoxicity),
and meanwhile I took on a heavy PST and moderate etizolam habit with a tiny dabble in cLam (10-15mg total), ethylphenidate (like half an 8 ball max, shit was cut or weak, with either 50mg plugged or 100mg oral feeling like 20-30mg oral ritalin max, with oral "ethylritalin" just plain sucking tbh.), 9x2.5mg snorted triazolam, and roughly 4-8 30-40mg Vyvanse every month for the past maybe 3 months max.
my iron levels went from super worried go-to-hospital-bleed-him-out-today-he-needs-a-new-liver by 30-50yo to NORMAL levels by Jan 2017, calcium is back down to normal, AST/ALT are NORMAL, and so many other tests are all great.
All I'm missing is a little low on calcium because i was avoiding it on purpose due to iron absorption fears, and low vitamin D because there's no sun up here, no drinking milk with extra vitamin D, no multi vitamin due to fear of issues on previous tests, and low calcium which of course helps cause low Vitamin D absorption.
>feel free to ask me anything about worries related to organ/liver damage from poppy products, especially if you can't afford to get blood tests of your own. I'm only one case but I want to help others best I can.
>Let me be the community guinea pig. If anyone is curious abut a specific enzyme or levels test in the blood, let me know and I'll look for it or request it with my next testing in a few months.
To be clear, my doctoral program is NOT in medicine, pharmacology, or the natural sciences, so IANA(M) and IANAD(O). I'm not formally educated in science, just political science and city management basically.
on side notes:
triglycerides, LDL, all of it dropped like a rock from eating healthy portions of SN's healthy non-poppy products...
specifically the cheap dried bananas I'm sure other companies have the same shit but I'd rather get 10lbs of poppy seeds, tons of banana chips thatnare healthy/God-tier prepper currency/bartering food. hear me out
(I can double check, I think it's like $24*2 for two 5lb bags of fire seeds so 48, bananas are all nearly same price 3lb and up so you get 2x3lb bananas @$2/lb so thats 47.98+$12= $59.98 just shy of $60, so you get their other cheapest 1lb item the sugared kiwis for $2.50)
(bananas are $2.50 for one pound but might as well get what i suggested as price drops to $2/lb or 1.99/lb when you get 3lback bags, and the tiny bag of sugared kiwi is something besides more bananas, makes you look less like a morphine junkie, more diversified diet, and can be a God post-PST snack as they're s sweet.
the $2 or $2.50 puts you over that ~$59.98 or whatever into ~$61.98 or ~$62.48, then apply RT10SC 10% off, and BAM your order is now $6.XXL cheaper.
>So instead of paying $60 for two bags from the river two day ship , you get the same two 5lb poppy bags, 6lbs of DANK high fiber high fattening low sugar dried bananas that helps loads with constipation if you chew them well, and 1lb of sweet sugared kiwis to suck on and eat after nasty PST mud water you're a bitch, all for just ~$54-56.50 WITH the discount, and it all arrives 4-5 days MAX from the day you order it versus 2 days with river boat speed pass.
>Similarly, you can do 3 poppy seed 5lbag bags (15lb) for ~$71.97-10% so basically $64.XX instead of paying NINETY FUCKING DOLLARS for the same exact shit off the river. tl;dr you can get crates too but the prices are so similar per pound that IMO getting 25lb over 15lb to save like straight up $3 isn't worth getting stuck with 25lb of mediocre instead of 15lbs of mediocre, as well as increased "why does he need that many? obviously a junkie." we want to stop that imagine as a community when we can you know?
They even offer 25lb for $114.99-10% so like ~$104.49 for 25lbs instead of $150 through the river. only downside is river is 2 days with speedboat pass while SN HQ is 4-5days as in place order on Sunday afternoon it arrived on Friday both times.
I ordered FTL E 4lbs to hold me over until the upcoming weekend SN order to come in. I will review and compare them to SN. sure it's $7/lb river prices instead of SN $6/lb prices (or they're $4.XXL prices-10% on their direct site), but the literal total was a few dollars below the $29.99 when I don't need a whole 5lbs for Wednesday to Friday anyways, and I get to try something new. did I mention the whole only having to stretch my 2-4oz left for just two days?
Don't forget to use RT10SC for 10% off (can total $60 for free shipping and then use code to drop down to $54 or whatever and still get free shipping; outside of NY only I believe there's no sales tax applied to sale itself just your annual taxes you "report"). sometimes they offer 20% off during certain times like thanksgiving, maybe mothers day.