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Author Topic: Stribild and Magnesium Citrate?  (Read 428 times)

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Stribild and Magnesium Citrate?
« on: August 25, 2014, 11:36:06 PM »
I've been taking stribild for almost a year. In that year, I've heard about this drink called "Calm". Is it safe drink this while on stribild?

I've read about not taking antiacids two hours before or after taking stribild that contain magnesium hydroxide.. but I don't know how this compares to "Calm".

Just wanting to use it for some relaxation before bed.

Is this a question for the docs?
« Last Edit: August 26, 2014, 08:48:07 AM by Jeff G »
Because the Self is whole and complete into It Self, it has no wants. Thus, "No want is the greatest bliss".

This is the state of pure spontaneous self-revealing joy that is sublime and the nature of perfect peace. The ancients called this Sat-Chit-Ananda. (Existence-Consciousness-bliss)

"The Self is always there. It is you. There is nothing but you."

Bhagavan Ramana's teaching is the most beautiful, sublime, and simple. Bhagavan says that Self is the source of all perception and the universe itself.

The Self is the screen on which all experiences are played out and then resolved. Everything we see is only the manifestation of the Self.

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Re: Stribild and Magnesium Citrate?
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2014, 08:51:38 AM »
Welcome to the forum . I snipped out the link to the supplement ad due to the fact this is your first post . Please come back and tell us a little about your self .

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Re: Stribild and Magnesium Citrate?
« Reply #2 on: August 26, 2014, 03:50:24 PM »
Oh, I understand. lol.

I'm 24 years old. I tested positive two years ago and started taking medicine last July. I've been taking stribild and I've seen a huge raise in CD4 and an undectable viral load just a couple months after starting medication.

Sorry about the link.

I wanted to take some magnesium last night and was hoping for a fast response before I passed out and I wanted to make sure everyone knew what I was talking about.
Because the Self is whole and complete into It Self, it has no wants. Thus, "No want is the greatest bliss".

This is the state of pure spontaneous self-revealing joy that is sublime and the nature of perfect peace. The ancients called this Sat-Chit-Ananda. (Existence-Consciousness-bliss)

"The Self is always there. It is you. There is nothing but you."

Bhagavan Ramana's teaching is the most beautiful, sublime, and simple. Bhagavan says that Self is the source of all perception and the universe itself.

The Self is the screen on which all experiences are played out and then resolved. Everything we see is only the manifestation of the Self.

 


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