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Questions Regarding Sodium Thiosulfate for Autistism

Posted by Mom (California) on 02/09/2015

Dear Ted,

I wanted to help my 6 yrs. old son, he has autism. I used Sodium Thiosulfate on myself to see the effect before giving it to my child. Both times when I drank that water there was no diarrhea or even bowl movement, except slight pain on the right side of my stomach. What am I doing wrong? Please advise.

Thank you, Mom in Cali

Replied by Ted
Bangkok, Thailand
391 posts

It could be parasites, so diatomaceous earth such as 1 teaspoon couple of times a day. It could be low stomach acid so betaine HCl or liver fats or possibly cysts of gall bladder where sodium citrate and phosphoric acid is commonly used. Never have time to do this experiment but most common cause is calcium oxalate build up from eating chocolates, beans, spinach, too much parsley or the body is very dehydrated. But oxalate can be controlled with taking B6 with every meals. Too much fruit juices can also lead to uric acid buildup. Which causes somewhat similar symptoms. Ted