L-tyrosine might help, but all of the aminos would help more. There is a cocktail of them in Lam's Quantam, which is surprisingly cheap.
"I also read something weird on a homeopathic website, that there were people with Addisons' that fully recovered in the past when they were given Epinephrine? I think that is what they said. I thought I read that L-Tyrosine increases epinephrine.
The bad thing about me is that my memory is so seriously affected with this illness especially with the thyroid problem. So I wish I could be more exact in what I remember and say."
Epinephrine is another word for "adrenaline," and in this case, you'd want nonadrenaline, I think. With your body in the shape it's in, who knows how well (or poorly) your body would absorb the tyrosine.
What Lam does is essentially play it safe: he uses the two vitamins (C and B-5) that are known, basically everywhere, to heal the adrenals, and he just has you take them and bombard your body with them until your adrenals come back to life. Obviously, some people don't do so well with that level of supplementation and their body rejects it.