19th March 22:29
DIY solution to triazole-resistant systemic candidiasis (chitin)
(non-Rx, non-toxic chitin inhibitor (flea pills for dogs), sold as "PROGRAM Vet" or "PROGRAM Rx" by Novartis).
optimum dosage is 100 mg/kg in 24 hrs, taken with fatty meals. Then nothing for 2 weeks.
Novartis says there is only anecdotal evidence that it works, but I have read many such anecdotal references (on animals, including
Chitin is a constituent of the fungal cell wall.
After 5 days, I have a spectacular clearing of Candida sx, something even prolonged 800 mg/day of a combo Itraconazole/Fluconazole
didn't manage. (I combine Lufenuron and Triazoles now)
Re-treat after 2 weeks, if neccessary. Lufenuron is absorbed into body fat and then slowly released, so a single dose is taken.
The average person needs to take a single dose of 18 pills of the largest dose (approx. 400 mg/pill).
Lufenuron is extremely safe, side effects are UNKNOWN and LD50 could not be established.
treatment success in chimpanzees was with 60 mg/kg.
Synergy with triazoles is to be expected, as Triazoles are ergosterol inhibitors. Together with inhibiting chitin, the "channels" in
the fungal cell wall grow larger and the "leakage" is more severe. I suggest exposing the fungus to fungicidal omponents during
treatment, as the funga cell wall "opens up" and the fungus will be more susceptible to compounds like oil of oregano, cinnamon,
Mild Silver Protein etc.
25th March 12:17
DIY solution to triazole-resistant systemic candidiasis (chitin miconazole nitrate)
Frank, products with high amounts of cellulase claim to dissolve the
chitin wall of the fungal organism. I've never tried them and I can't
find much anecdotal information about whether they are effective but
perhaps you might want to research them. I suppose I should try them
but I've been doubtful about their efficacy. In addition, there are
products made with essential microorganisms (EM) that are fermented
might help restore gut ecology. I have one brand named fervita that
is delicious and energizing. There are other brands available in
Europe I'm sure. There is a yahoo group devoted to this and to making
your own. Something else you might do which has been helpful to some
but for some reason I couldn't tolerate is to get miconazole nitrate
compounded into a powder. For some reason its effective where the
other azoles aren't. I don't know why. It was very effective for me
but I just couldn't tolerate it (tried it a year ago), gave me extreme
liver discomfort. There is a Dr. Mariknovich a mold expert who
sometimes starts his patients on this or compounded econazole nitrate.
They are safe.
25th March 12:17
DIY solution to triazole-resistant systemic candidiasis (chitin bacteria)
It sounds extremely unlikely.
Nothing "dissolves" chitin without killing you first.
Just eat raw salads. The surface of veggies has all kinds of living bacteria.
Acidophillus helps too.
Good luck with it, if you want to waste your money on useless crap.
"energizing"?? Utter nonsense. Placebo-effect.
I'm a scientist, not a victim of the bullshit-industry.
I don't do Yahoo. Too commercial and only idiots on it. Censored, ***bersome to
I told you about the Triazole-resistence didn't I?
why. It was very effective for me but I just couldn't tolerate it (tried it a
year ago), gave me extreme
...for most people in moderate doses, yes. (and not combined with certain other
Don't make blanket statements when you are not up-to-date with the animal tests
and the cases of people's livers exploding..
Rumors are that pure sulpur, 7 grams every 12 hours for 2 days will cure coccidi
Now that would be useful. Cheap and indeed a highly fungicidal substance.
LD50 is 5g/kg, orally. Non-mutagenic according to some, mutagenic according to
25th March 12:18
DIY solution to triazole-resistant systemic candidiasis
I want to elaborate on that: The people on Yahoo are not idiots because they
don't know anything about Lyme, in fact they DO, but they are idiots because
they have let themselves be chased away by trolls.