Although focused on respiratory disease, this slide show provides and excellent summary of Cpn in general, and why combination antibiotic therapy is so important. Click This Link for a powerpoint presentation by Charles Stratton on Cpn. It includes great pictures of the organism at different life phases, and links Cpn various diseases.Download a .pdf file of the slide show, thanks to Red (!) CLICK HERE
I haven’t been around here lately. Just checking in to let everyone know how things are going. If you recall, I was treating Cpn, Mycoplasma, Lyme, Bartonella, viruses and Mold exposure.
I feel I kicked most of these after years of abx treatment.
But kept getting exposed to mold and Cpn.
In 2016 I went on the Buhner herbs and found them very effective for Cpn. I do a month of herbs every other month now.
My old laboratory was demolished a few years ago. It was a fine laboratory, which was instrumental in solving outbreaks, notably the outbreak of Echo 11 virus, which killed new-borns. We solved the outbreak by giving immunoglobulin and oral polio vaccine (which has immune parallels with Echo 11) and had only one death. (Other major teaching hospitals did not do this, and their outbreaks ran on, with many deaths.) Alas, I mourn my old laboratory.
Nearly twelve years ago, I first posted a Blog entry announcing that having "struck out" in my attempts to find a physician who would prescribe the antibiotics for the Wheldon Protocol, I was "striking out" on my own. Not having any medical training, I did manage to put myself in the emergency room a couple of times, but my management of the endotoxins got better with time and I successfully completed the regime. Since then, I gained back just about everything the M.S. had taken away from me with just a few tiny reminders that I once had M.S.
Maybe someone can help here.
I have an elderly friend who suffers a lot with pain from RA.
His family would like to take him off a few of the pain killers and replace them with cannabis oil ... their worries are would this oil interfere with his current meds his on?
Nobody in this country can or will answer it for them so I put it over to ye....
His meds are as follows
Well, it's Sarah's Birthday tomorrow, the 23rd November.
How should I mark it?
Possibly with breakfast in bed, comprising Genoa cake, fresh strawberries and some white grapes. And with thanks to Charles Stratton, who made her recovery possible. And, also, to friends on this website. Thank you all.
It has been a while since I gave an update. I am now on pulse 8. I went back on prednisone about 3 months ago because I was having aches and pains again and it seemed to be moving to my lower back and legs. My hands have been bothersome for months - especially my thumbs and wrists. At the last doctor visit, he did an xray of my right hand and said "it's arthritis but lets get an ultrasound". The appointment was scheduled for today.
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