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
For future readers with Ankylosing Spondylitis/Scleroderma: I don't write too much about how my walking has been affected by Cpn, but it was the first major symptom that something was really wrong with me. In the fall of 2016, I had been getting progressively stiffer with what I thought, at the time, more painful sciatica. Sleeping became a nightmare as I couldn't turn in bed without significant pain. Then, one day I woke up and I couldn't unbend myself to stand. I couldn't turn my torso...
4th Pulse Completed
Duration: 9 days I did nine days because I felt pretty good after five days. My strategy for all pulses is to try and get to five days, and then play it by ear --lengthening the pulse day-by-day depending on side-effects. I also stopped at nine days to give my mind-body a break, give my liver a break….my mood and energy improve after stopping a pulse.
How much Schisandra would you take if you were to try it? Thanks.
Would someone read this, and tell me if you think it's worth trying? Thank you.
I just figured out that I have MS. I have the brain shrinkage, numbness in the hand, balance issues, personality changes, depression, lack of appetite, and other things. HELP!
Has anyone tried schisandra berry for cpn?
I just noticed my previous blog entry was in January 2018. Since then:
- I retired,
- My wife retired,
- Our youngest son graduated high school,
- My father, age 94, decided he could no longer take care of his farm and moved to an assisted living facility, and
- We relocated from suburban north Texas to a derelict catfish farm in north Arkansas.
All of that was made possible by the CAP stopping progression of my Multiple Sclerosis.