Suggested Timetable to Implement Emerging Stratton Protocol
I'm looking for some feedback for an appropriate timetable for dosing up on medicine, for the "Emerging Stratton Protocol" which uses a dose of calcium pyruvate 1hr before each dose of tetracycline (like minocycline), macrolide (like roxithromycin), nitroimidazole (like tinidazole)...and ultimately a rifamycin (like rifabutin). The way the protocol is written, it looks like you need to stagger the dose of each antibiotic?
Here's a draft timetable...without the addition of a rifamycin (I think it will be a long time before I can work up to it). My challenge is to minimise the swallowing of medication in the office as there are too many distractions which could cause me to miss a dose.
I'm aware that some take caffeine instead of calcium pyruvate. I'm very caffeine sensitive...though the sensistivity seems to be receding as I spend time on the Wheldon protocol. I suspect my liver had a fair load of Cpn as many chemical/food sensitivities have gone away as I've lowered my CPn load;