I started taking ASEA one month ago. After one week I started noticing hypersensitivity on my hands. Any light brush or bump left me with an intense burning pain. I didn't connect it with ASEA at the time but due to my schedule I stopped taking it for a couple of days, and at the same time the pain went away. Since I'd never had a pain like that, I didn't give it much thought.
Then after I started taking ASEA again, within two days, the pain came back and got worse and was very intense. I couldn't tolerate water flowing over my skin or even wind. It felt like tendrils were running over my skin when nothing was touching it. I started to think it could be connected to the ASEA and stopped taking it. It took two days, but the pain subsided and after three days was gone.
At this point, just to test it, I started taking ASEA again, and the pain came back immediately. I don't understand what could be causing the pain from the supplement or how it causes this sensation, but I'm afraid it's causing nerve damage.
The really strange thing is that I've tried for days to research any known side effects of ASEA and every search for "ASEA side effects" or "ASEA dangers" only returns ads and promotion or videos promoting the product. And the videos and articles will even be titled "ASEA side effects" and then only be about how great the product is and the side effects are the benefits.
Bottom Line: No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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