I just read that article about why we should not rotate antifungals. Very interesting, and sounds like a plan I can follow and learn to do.
I was on Berbercaps for 4 days. 1 cap with each meal for 2 days, and then increased to 2 caps per meal for 2 more days, and I didn’t seem to notice anything from it.
Before that, I took GSE at 5 drops x 3x a day, and didn’t notice any die off from that either.
I’ve never taken Oregano oil in enough of a dose to do anything, but I probably will soon.
I don’t want to take Caprylic acid, it caused my liver to hurt.
I take a lot of coconut oil, about 6 gallons per year, and some organic butter.
So, maybe I’ll send back the other 3 bottles of Berbercaps and the Yeast Formula (which is Organo, thyme, Peppermint oils, and Goldenseal), and keep the SF722 and Paramicrocidin (which is megadose GSE).
I’m glad I posted here. I don’t think I want to take a cookie cutter plan that might work for 50% of people. I’d been “on the fence” about this, and you guys and gals have what it takes to teach me how to do this a better way which will also save me a few bucks. I am in no way rich. I haven’t worked on 14 years, at least not out of my home based sales stuff, which has been very slow lately.
Schlesinger may help a lot of people but if I can improve on it for less cost I sure want to.
Thanks for showing me how a plan like his is probably hit or miss.
Are you in favor of Paramicrocidin?
I think I’ll stay on SF722 and take 2 caps per meal tomorrow, and see how I do on that for a week or two, and then try adding Oregano oil or Paramicrocidin.
I did fine with 1 cap SF722 per meal today. A little die off isn’t going to wipe me out, I don’t think. Would those three things be enough to really knock it down?