Thanks. Yes, I know about the Marshal protocol. Let's just say I decided to disregard it, in favor of experimenting the other way. But the strange thing is, that I still do not like sunlight for some reason, and feel unwell when exposed, but Vitamin D does not seem to create problems. Go figure.
I used to take cromolyn sodium as an inhaler for asthma way back-in-the-day. I certainly wouldn't be looking to take it without a prescription - the last time I had it it was only available in a nebulizer and it made my lungs worse instead of better for about half-a-day. There _is_ a plant that the original compound was formulated from, but the thing to know about this stuff is that it only works where it has _direct_ contact, and has a short duration (only four-to-six hours). Gingko, on the other hand, is actually related to this pharmaceutically, and works well everywhere - it should work better than cromolyn sodium! Play with that first.
And as far as the neurologist is concerned, unless you really think that you have a serious head injury and/or cancer, DO NOT GET AN MRI!!! Mine made me _so_ much more sensitive, and the effect lasted until I started getting acupuncture six years later! And chances are they wouldn't find anything anyway because ES works more on the secondary biophoton nervous system, not the physical one. You can get an EEG done if you want - that one probably won't hurt you long-term. Consider yourself warned - nobody warned me.