100 gram powder for $7.25whats teh link to where u buy it from
1/4 teaspoon is 700mg....once or twice a day on an empty stomach.so you just mix it in your water like a lemonade mix drink? one teaspoon?
If that is the theory it is accurate in terms of doing it under the tongue. The tongue is more or less a way to give yourself an injection without injecting a substance. As I said in an earlier post, to avoid the GI Tract and liver things often are taken sublingually. Look under your tongue, it has huge veins and also is thin skin so a substance does go into the blood stream...but this does not prove this theory of glutathione usage!lol... Yeah I saw a site selling the spray. I thought it was silly, because either way it will be absorbed and dissolved by the GI Tract. So it will be waisted money. I read that if the l-glutathione is sent directly to the veins, in time your skin will become lighter. Because it is the side effect of having large amounts of glutathione in the body. I also read there is possibly another way to lighten as it "can be raised by increased intake of the precursor cysteine".
There are anectdotal studies of suppression of melanin by glutathione via l-dopa mediated responses. They are NON-conclusive and further anything that screws with l-dopa is far too risky. Ondine your instincts on this one are 10000% right. Stay away from this as an approach.No derm prescribes glutathione for skin lightening. I haven't come across a single perr reviewed article supporting its use for this reason. Some even say that glutathione can support melanin production!