Quercitin and stuff…
After researching this one, I’m sure I also took quercitin over the years, years ago.
Maybe it helped reduce my painful feelings of tingling and burning. I couldn’t say. I did take all sorts of things.
For purely research purposes ask your provider about a Traditional Chinese Medicine called Astragulus and Ligustrum Formula from Golden Flower.
The problem I have with some of these preparations is that they are intended to improve, that is increase, your immune system.
In my case, and in the case of anyone taking immunosuppressants of any kind, we desire the opposite effect.
From a strictly medical perspective, and I mean Chinese Medicine, I have been to China many times. I stayed for weeks each time. I went to both famous and not famous Western Chinese based Institutions and to Chinese Traditional Medicine Institutions.
Yes, ok, that means I have also tried acupuncture, Chinese massage, and electrical stimulation.
At no time, did any of those 10-20, or so, doctors suggest a herbal remedy for my condition. I did find a Chinese Herbal Doctor in Los Angeles in the early 2000’s and tried whatever concoction he prepared. I guess it did not help at all. But, I didn’t take it for more than about 6 months.
About your autonomic nervous system problem- why do you say the autonomic problem affects your feet and hands? I’m confused by this.