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Where to Buy: Thailand

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Posted by Lisa (Hua Hin, Prachubkirikhan Thailand) on 05/22/2013

Hi Ted, I live in Hua Hin Thailand and am trying to start the gerson therapy on my own, do you know where I can get lugol's iodine, and dessicated liver pills as well as niacin? Also contacted pura Organics in Phuket and a company in Bangkok called radiance for home delivery, do you know of a better source or someone in Hua Hin that can deliver a few cases a day of veggies? Thanks, Lisa


Where to Buy: Thailand
Posted by Ronald (Sattahip, Chonburi Thailand) on 01/15/2012

I am resident in thailand can you please tell me where I can buy Angioprim and food grade Hydrogen Peroxide?


Where to Buy: Thailand
Posted by Howard (Bangkok, Thailand) on 05/08/2011

Ted, do you know where I can get Chyawanprash in Bkk? And in general, do you know of any decent ayurvedic pharmacies in Bkk?

Many thanks, Howard

Replied by Peesek
(Bangkok, Thailand)
05/14/2011

In Bangkok, there is a 'little India town' in Pahurat area, within walking distant from central flower market and Memorial Bridge. Parking space is difficult to find and I suggest using public transport or taxi. Try to locate the ATM department store, beside the store is a small lane with Indian ethnic goods to offer from delicacies, saris, Hindu goddess statues to cooking oil. You may ask some shop keepers in this area. If it is not available then they can bring in for you (there is regular hand carry service between India and Thailand).

Replied by Peesek
(Bangkok, Thailand)
05/15/2011

You may also try contacting the following company Geeta International (Dr. Khare) Tel. 02-2911968, 02-6881145. They are Dabur's Chawanprash distributor in Thailand.

Good luck, peesek


Where to Buy: Thailand
Posted by Collin (Bangkok, Thailand) on 08/24/2010

Please help with store name and addresses, for Bangkok, I'm new here. Herbs boswellia, also baking powder also sodium abscorbate, MAGNESIUM CITRATE. RATHER URGENT PLEASE. TELEPHONE NUMBERS ALSO HELP.. THANK YOU.. REGARDS COLLIN.

Replied by Lisa
(Phuket)
09/15/2010
5 out of 5 stars

There's a great new site for buying all sorts of organic products (food, beauty etc) in Phuket, Thailand http://www.goodkarmathailand.com
_____ for example is priced at 275 Baht


Where to Buy: Thailand
Posted by Tom (Bangkok, Thailand) on 10/21/2007
5 out of 5 stars

Ted: I live in Thailand like you. I see you mention using a wide variety of supplements, vitamins, minerals, etc.I cannot find much available in Thailand. Chiang Mai has a few health food stores but never see any in Bangkok. Where in Thailand do you buy all of the items you mention on this website? You can respond to my email if this is not of general interest. Really appreciate your information on this site.

Replied by Ted
(Bangkok, Thailand)
383 posts

The wide variety of supplements I obtain either from a chemical supply store, a supplement wholesaler or purchased over the internet. Bangkok is the only city that has some, but not all. However, I go to a sports supplement wholesaler store (Thai Sports on Asoke) for some amino acid supplements such as L-Glutamine and a popular chemical suppliers for foreigners (easy to find) with exception of H2O2 is Vittayasom on Rajdamnern Road. I send you more details later or if you want more detail, you can write to this email.

Replied by Geoffrey
(Bangkok, Thailand)
04/04/2010

To Khun Ted, Bangkok,

Hi Ted, where does one buy food grade H2O2 in Bangkok please ?? Thai Sports Asoke ??

Many thanks
G

Replied by Ted
(Bangkok, Thailand)
04/18/2010
383 posts

Dear Geoffrey: H2O2 food grade may not be available in Bangkok. However, there is a medical grade H2O2, laboratory grade, and technical grade that are acceptable. There are many chemical suppliers along the Rajadamnoern Road, near the front of Kao Sarn Road, where the Japanese journalist got shot during the Army crackdown here.

Replied by Bill
(San Fernando, Luzon, Philippines)
06/03/2010

I am in Thailand on holiday now and today I managed to buy the following chemicals in Bangkok:

Magnesium Chloride Hexahydrate 99.5% pure
Zinc Chloride 99.8% pure
Potassium Carbonate 96.5% pure
Sodium Carbonate 99.8% pure
Aqueous Iodine 1%
Borax 99.5% pure
Citric Acid
Peppermint oil
Camphor

They also had Potassium iodide crystals which I did not buy. It was amazingly easy to find all the chemicals in one shop.

Unfortunately the address of the Chemical Shop from the card I got was all in Thai, but the rough directions are here:

* Get a taxi to Radjdamnoern Rd.(pronounced Radja-dam-noern)
* When in this road head towards the Palace.
* Go over the large roundabout, straight across.
* Go just beyond the large winged monument.
* Stop and get out of the taxi.
* The shop is called VIDHYASOM CO. LTD(pronounced Vittayasom) and the shop is located on the right hand side of the road going towards the palace.

Radjdamnoern Rd is 6 kms in length, and that's a long way to walk to just to find the proper chemical shops...LOL.

Hope this helps.


Yakeow

Posted by Gail (Seattle, Washington. Usa) on 08/09/2012

I looked on Google site, plus, I looked on a Bonanza. com site, and I could not find Yakeow. Where can I buy this herb?


Zinc Acetate

Posted by Wydo (Ventura, Ca, United States) on 06/12/2010

I am looking for a place to buy zinc acetate that Ted mentions. Does anyone know of a place to buy it that is reasonably priced? I also would like to know what form is best, like Zinc Acetate Dihydrate ACS, is that the best form? Any help please, thank you.

Replied by Pat
(Athens, Al, Usa)
06/12/2010

Try Swanson's they have a website. I got some from them really cheap.

Replied by Wydo
(Ventura, Ca, United States)
07/04/2010

Hi Pat from Athens, Al, Usa, I hope you don't mean Swanson Vitamins as they do not have anything I would need. I am look for pure powder of zinc acetate. Does anyone else have any clues.

EC: Hi Wydo,

Looks like chemical and science supply shops carry zinc acetate: http://www.google.com/products?q=zinc+acetate&hl=en&aq=f

If you Google either "pharmaceutical zinc acetate" or "food grade zinc acetate", you'll see some other companies.

Replied by Ted
(Bangkok, Thailand)
07/04/2010
383 posts

If you have trouble getting zinc acetate or zinc chloride, then just take some zinc sold in drug stores, such as Amino chelated zinc. The newer herpes remedies require to take about 1000 mg of lysine hourly for at least 4 hours a day, some yakeow (a thai herb) will flush them out. To make it work better, a 1000 mg of threonine is added, plus 250-500 mg of L Citrulline. All these are easier to find and more effective. The critical element for the herpes is lysine, threonine and citrulline. As for zinc acetate or zinc chloride, if not easy to find, just get the zinc sold in most supplement stores, and just take it for only one week, thereafter maybe just weekly dose, taken at 25-50 mg only. Thereafter I would continue taking the lysine, threonine and citrulline for at least 2 months. This should get rid of most of herpes or prevent them from any further outbreak. Since the lithium iodide is difficult one, the I would just use lugols, or other iodine and apply them topically 5 times a day.The reason why this new one works better and less stringent is the lysine and yakeow, puts less pressure to get more complicated chemicals that are harder to find.

Ted



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