Orally administered reduced glutathione is completely ineffective as it is destroyed in hydrochloric acid in the gut. Transdermal administration through the skin and veins via pressure points is the only effective way to deliver it to where it needs to be.
Why apply reduced glutathione to “Pulse points”? Though it is acceptable to apply it to the skin area out pulse points are those points on the body where we can feel our heartbeat. This includes the top of the foot (dorsalis pedis), just below the ankle (poster tibia), behind the knee (popliteal), genital area, (femoral), the wrist (radial), upper wrist (ulnar), inside the elbow (brachial), throat (carotid), in front of the ear (external maxillary), the temples (superficial temporal). At these points the veins are closer to the surface of the skin, hence we feel a stronger heartbeat in these areas. As the liposomal spheres of reduced glutathione enter the circulatory system the increased pulsing and increased warmth of pulse points enhance a faster, stronger presence of the contents of the liposomal spheres.