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    kodaz2005
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    I just received my SF722 dosage. The bottle says a serving is 7 gell caps per day. Does anyone have any recommendations on what seems to work best? I am a male about 160 lbs. thanks

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    benc
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    On here they suggest 6 per day (2 p/meal). I’ve cut down to 1 per/meal, purely because I can’t afford to keep on buying supplements every other week.

    I was pleased to read Raster say they are especially good for people with ear trouble, i’ve had load of problems in the past with dizziness – which was diagnosed as labyrinthitis, but since i’ve been treating myself for this, other than the odd spell, my well being has been much improved & I never feel anxious in crowded environment anymore.

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    benc;31201 wrote: On here they suggest 6 per day (2 p/meal). I’ve cut down to 1 per/meal, purely because I can’t afford to keep on buying supplements every other week.

    I was pleased to read Raster say they are especially good for people with ear trouble, i’ve had load of problems in the past with dizziness – which was diagnosed as labyrinthitis, but since i’ve been treating myself for this, other than the odd spell, my well being has been much improved & I never feel anxious in crowded environment anymore.

    Hi benc,

    I was also diagnosed with labyrinthitis but I had no dizziness for months (I’m thinking at least 4 months if not longer!). I first slowly reduced the drugs they gave me for it, then took Ginkgo just to aid blood circulation (on doctor’s suggestion when I announced that I intend to get off the druggs), and vitamin E (also doctor’s advice), and now I don’t take even that. Because they connect labyrinthitis to blood circulation, I was told that it will get worse when winter comes and that I am lucky during summer. Well guess what? We had -15 Celsius the other day and I am still fine, we are having low temps for few weeks already and I am still fine 🙂 I did not have any access to SF722 either, I just did it with right diet. It took a while but still.

    So hang in there, as you get better and healthier, this too will go away. I think they diagnose it but don’t really know the cause.

    Best of luck to you!

    Arijana

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    kodaz2005
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    benc;31201 wrote: On here they suggest 6 per day (2 p/meal). I’ve cut down to 1 per/meal, purely because I can’t afford to keep on buying supplements every other week.

    I was pleased to read Raster say they are especially good for people with ear trouble, i’ve had load of problems in the past with dizziness – which was diagnosed as labyrinthitis, but since i’ve been treating myself for this, other than the odd spell, my well being has been much improved & I never feel anxious in crowded environment anymore.

    Thanks Benc for what is recommended here.

    Actually, after I looked I looked the bottle again I realize their instructions are for 5 pills taken 3 times per day. I followed this 2 x already. I did it a couple hours ago and feels like there is a battle going on in my stomach. A strange uncomfortable feeling. Maybe 5 is too many, 3-9 per day would seem better.

    I totally hear you on the expense thing. It’s absolutely crazy how much it costs to buy all these pill food, etc to get rid of this.

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    benc
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    orka1998;31206 wrote:

    On here they suggest 6 per day (2 p/meal). I’ve cut down to 1 per/meal, purely because I can’t afford to keep on buying supplements every other week.

    I was pleased to read Raster say they are especially good for people with ear trouble, i’ve had load of problems in the past with dizziness – which was diagnosed as labyrinthitis, but since i’ve been treating myself for this, other than the odd spell, my well being has been much improved & I never feel anxious in crowded environment anymore.

    Hi benc,

    I was also diagnosed with labyrinthitis but I had no dizziness for months (I’m thinking at least 4 months if not longer!). I first slowly reduced the drugs they gave me for it, then took Ginkgo just to aid blood circulation (on doctor’s suggestion when I announced that I intend to get off the druggs), and vitamin E (also doctor’s advice), and now I don’t take even that. Because they connect labyrinthitis to blood circulation, I was told that it will get worse when winter comes and that I am lucky during summer. Well guess what? We had -15 Celsius the other day and I am still fine, we are having low temps for few weeks already and I am still fine 🙂 I did not have any access to SF722 either, I just did it with right diet. It took a while but still.

    So hang in there, as you get better and healthier, this too will go away. I think they diagnose it but don’t really know the cause.

    Best of luck to you!

    Arijana

    Thats really interesting you should say that, the GP’s & specialist didn’t give me any information like that.

    I really think the healthcare system in this country is very backward. A friend of ours is from a neighbouring country of your’s (I seem to remember you were from Bosnia, I think) & after being messed around by doctors in this country she went home & got diagnosed with candida, as well as even more serious things.

    On a personal note, I still have days when I don’t feel great, but i’m so much further forward than I was this time last year – when I was almost accepting that despite eating & living a healthy lifestyle I was going to have to live with these symptoms for ever.

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    benc
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    kodaz2005;31211 wrote:

    On here they suggest 6 per day (2 p/meal). I’ve cut down to 1 per/meal, purely because I can’t afford to keep on buying supplements every other week.

    I was pleased to read Raster say they are especially good for people with ear trouble, i’ve had load of problems in the past with dizziness – which was diagnosed as labyrinthitis, but since i’ve been treating myself for this, other than the odd spell, my well being has been much improved & I never feel anxious in crowded environment anymore.

    Thanks Benc for what is recommended here.

    Actually, after I looked I looked the bottle again I realize their instructions are for 5 pills taken 3 times per day. I followed this 2 x already. I did it a couple hours ago and feels like there is a battle going on in my stomach. A strange uncomfortable feeling. Maybe 5 is too many, 3-9 per day would seem better.

    I totally hear you on the expense thing. It’s absolutely crazy how much it costs to buy all these pill food, etc to get rid of this.

    Yes I noticed that, shame they don’t provide stronger capsules. I was taking 6 p/day in the summer, but I cut them down as I take them every day & rotate olive leaf extract & black walnut extract every week or so. I also eat a large portion of roast rutabaga 2/3 times per day, coconut oil, & brussel sprouts once or twice per week.

    I found the most aggressive die off comes from eating lots of garlic.

    I hope to taper off the anti-fungal capsules by the end of this winter next year, as that will be my 12 month stage. I will always continue to eat decent amounts of the natural anti fungals though as they are packed with health benefits & taste great. I will consider taking undecylenic acid on going though.

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