I’ve Started Something New

Supplement Pill Recipes

This is a disclaimer. I do not sell my pills. I am not licensed and do not wish to be, the insurance alone wouldn’t be viable in today’s economy. Plus I already own and operate two other businesses.
I do not mind sharing my knowledge of my recipes. I will also keep an accurate record of how it affects me over time. As a scientific log for everyone. I would appreciate it, if anyone who uses my recipes commented on how it affects your life, and what you suggest to improve it or change it to a whole new product, it would be extremely appreciated.

I want this to be considered a homestead collaborative of like-minded people who strive for healthy alternatives to the corrupt medical system that intentionally keeps us sick and kills us off with bullshit mandates.

I created these supplement pills for my own benefit. I am not a doctor. I am not a pharmacist. However, I am a molecular gastronomy expert, and one thing I understand more than anything. The molecular level of food and substances and how they react with the human body. So I wanted to create something that benefits my body and my body alone. I was diagnosed with Muscular Dystrophy in 2018. Osteoporosis and early onset Alzheimer’s in 2022. Diabetes type 2 in 2023. I was not dealt a good hand at all. I wanted to fight for every inch and every second of life I can muster. I decided to change my entire lifestyle. Including what I ingest, and how I live day to day.

Immune Booster “00” 735mg
vegan gel caps packed with powdered content

Reishi Mushroom 100mg
( antibacterial, antiviral, anti-fungal, anti-cancer)
Oyster Mushroom 150mg
(Anti-inflammatory, colon health, anti-cancer cell)
Maitake mushroom 300mg
Chanterelle Mushroom 185mg
(vitamins B1, B2, B3, and B5, helps food break down into energy instead of fats)

Brain Booster “00” 735mg
vegan gel caps packed with powdered content

Dandelion Root 100mg
(Used to ease the harshness of the Tumeric, and promote heart Health)
Tumeric 150mg
(Anti-inflammatory to help the mind and body relax enough for Lion’s mane to work)
Lion’s mane mushroom 300mg
(Deter Alzheimer’s, increase synapse firing, better memory, and quicker responses. Help with depression. alleviate neuropathy and nerve damage, help fight diabetes, anti-inflammatory for oxidant stress points, fights immune deficiencies promote strong metabolism)
Ginseng Root 150mg
(Increases cognitive health and fights immune deficiencies)
Ginkgo Biloba 35mg
(Increases brain functions, fights immune deficiencies, and promotes heart health, strong compound to fight type 2 diabetes)

Energy Booster “00” 735mg
vegan gel caps packed with powdered content

Ashwagandha Root 100mg
increase muscle mass and strength)
(decrease both mental and physical fatigue, helping with things like physical performance, feelings of exhaustion, brain fog, and difficulty concentrating.)
Cordyceps 300mg
boosting immunity through its antioxidant properties, decreasing bad cholesterol by regulating lipid levels, and fighting inflammation)
 Guarana 150mg
(increase stamina and focus)
 Rosemary 35mg
(concentrate and perform tasks faster)

These are put into 3 pills per milar packet.
Taking 1 packet after every meal for 30 days.

My Journey: Diagnosed with Diabetes.

On March 31, 2023, I was given the diagnosis. (A Record For Me, and My Failing Memory)

Struggling with my Own Physical Demons

Earlier this year, I went to see my PCP about a nasty wound on my leg that refused to heal for over 7 months. It would almost completely heal, then it would flare up and open into a giant extremely painful gash. She suspected that I had Diabetes, and she gave me a little device to monitor my sugar levels. Over the course of a month, My sugars barely if ever went over 105, And never went below 85. I showed her the history, and she couldn’t figure out what or why. So She wrapped my leg in OsuBosu wrap and told me to come back in a week, and she had blood drawn. I made the appointment and went on with life as usual.

Nasty Ass Gash

On Friday, March 31, 2023, at 9:45 Am, my Doctor informed me that my liver was swollen, my kidneys were struggling, and I had Type 2 diabetes. She wanted me to make another appointment, after she wrapped my leg in a compression cast. So I made an appointment for Tuesday, April 3, 2023.

I went in, She gave me a referral to a Physical Therapist and asked me to follow through with it. (Which I most certainly will, because I am tired of looking like a Blimpie turd on a log,) A Referral to a Wound Specialist (which I will be seeing this Friday) A Referral to the University of Minnesota Hospital Fairview Health System for an MRI, CatScan, Contrast Scan, Sleep Study, Geneticist, Endocrinologist, and a Diabetes Specialist.

I asked my doctor why so many things all of a sudden. She responded you started taking an active interest in your health, so I am going to do everything I can to help.

Me taken earlier this year

I spent most of my life pissed off at the medical field because they could never tell me why I couldn’t lose weight. Why I was 6’4 by the time I was 14. Why I looked so young for my age? Why I couldn’t grow hair between the brow and belt line? Why do my nethers to ankles look like a fucking jungle and I have a baby smooth face and chest. Why I had no libido, or willpower unless it is derived from someone saying “You Can’t Do That!”

Now I have a Doctor who wants to actually find out why I have youthful features when people my age look like they are about to kick a coffin over and fall face first. And I look like I just graduated College.

Because I want to be healthy. I want to live as long as I can. Even though my Muscular Dystrophy will kill me soon enough, I do not need some other ailment, fuckballing me in the hiney hole like a freight train barreling into a tunnel.

In the meantime, my Doctor has prescribed me another set of medications from antibiotics, to Metformin, and Trulicity.

I’ll cover this more in the entry next week. For now, I’m off to work.

I’m Exhausted

The pain that my skin feels,
the burning, the scalpel-like cut pains, the tearing, the tightness.
The pain that my muscles feel
The exhausting, throbbing, nauseating, soul-dropping, aching.
The pain my soul feels
the emptiness, the desperation, the longing for a simple day with no pain.
The pain my mind feels.
The frustration, the depression, the anger, the sadness, the festering rage.

I lived long enough,
Seen more than enough,
I have had enough.
My mind, my soul, my body, and my heart all agree,
enough is enough.

It’s Been A While

I’ve lost many friends in my life. Some have passed away due to old age, others to illness, and others to accidents. Each time, it feels like a little piece of me dies with them.

Grief is a strange and powerful emotion. It can be all-consuming, making it hard to focus on anything else. It can also be debilitating, making it hard to get out of bed in the morning.

For me, grief is also a motivator. It gives me the strength to keep going when I feel like I can’t. It gives me hope that I will see my friends again one day.

No words can accurately express how much grief the loss of a loved one brings. Even if the world around us keeps moving, we still find ourselves standing in place; unable to move forward or break free from our broken hearts. We just want to remain in that moment, clutching onto every last memory of them- no matter how painful it is.

This blog follows me through my journey of grief- I write each entry as an ode to the people I have lost. In some small way, I hope that this blog serves as a reminder- they may be gone, but they will always remain in our hearts and minds.This is a tribute to all of the friends I’ve lost. It’s a way for me to keep their memories alive. And it’s a reminder that, even though they are gone, they will always be a part of me.