Lauricidin - adding another adjunct shown to inactivate bacteria, viruses, fungus, and yeasts
1-19-2010 I'm finally getting all my adjuncts from my Dec 09 visit lined up and started. My MD seems to be on track with DrP, Lauricidin was highly recommended to me by my provider. Here is a written source that can give some information regarding its benefits. Thanks Raven for sharing your information, I ran it by my provider and he already knew about it and certainly approved of it's addition to my treatment plan.
http://www.cpnhelp.org/files/Lauricidin_notes.doc (taken from Joyce's blog titled Lauricidin)
Book review; http://www.lauricidin.com/bookreview.pdf
Table of Contents is available to be seen at amazon.com as well as excerpts from the book itself.Microorganisms Inactivated Under Laboratory ConditionsVirusesHIV or HIV-1, -6 Visna virus Herpes simplex virus-i (HSV-1 &2) Vesicular stomatitis virus (VSV) Measles virusRubella virusEpstein-Barr virus (EBVi)Respiratory syncytial virus Influenza virusDengue virus (Type 1-4)Leukemia virusCytomegalovirus (CMV) Semliki forest virusLymphocytic choriomeningitis Human papilloma virus (HPV)Pneumovirus BacteriaGram-positive organismsGram-negative organismsBacillas anthracis (Anthrax)Chlamydia pneumonia Listeria monocytogenesNeisseria gonorrhoeaeStaphylococcus aureus Helicobacter pylorusGroups A, B, F & G streptococci Mycoplasma pneumoniaStreptococcus agalactiaeVibrio parahaemolyticusMycobacteria Clostridium perfringens
Yeasts. Fungi and MoldsAspergillus Niger Malassezia, speciesSaccharomyces cerevisiae Penicillium citrinum Ringworm or tinea (Trichophyton) Candida utilis A number of protozoa like Giardia lamblia are also inactivated or killed by Lauricidin®