In the case of Samento and Banderol the samento is TAO free, an alkaloid. They make it like that because the TAO's interfere with the PAO's which are the alkaloids that are the active ingredient. I am no sure but I'm assuming the Banderol may have some ting in it that also interferes with the PAO's in Samento. Anyway that is how the Cowden support program is directed that you take them seperately. I just am doing that because I'm not using anyone else's protocol and I'm not sure on a chemical level what the reactions are so I think it's best.<quoted text>
Any idea why? I was taking those two and cumanda together.
From what I have read The cumanda isn't as effective as the Samento but taking Teasel with any of those is a good idea because it brings the pathogens out of hiding.
There are also quite a few practicioners recommending taking an enzyme, either Serrapetase or Lumbrokinase, The Lumbrokinase is expensive and so is the serrapeptase but I was able to find a 4 month supply of Serrapetase on sale online for $25. These enzyme are made from worms and they break down the fibrin that is a tough component of biofilms.
Considering your astrology sign is a novel approach to your dosing but taking into account how you are pounding down these doses Your detox program should be very good. What I'v found of course is that everyone says drink lots of water. You could also do certain herbs to help you detox, milk thistle, etc.. When you take the enzyme serrapetase that helps to "melt" stuff inside you and that makes it easier to detox. My take on the detoxing is a little different in that I think it's a good idea to support the organs that is actually doing the detoxing, Liver and Kidneys. Lecithin helps to reinvigorate overworked livers and even helps to repair them by strengthening liver cell membranes. It also helps to support your Kidneys and is actually use for kidney stone treatment. Taurine helps greatly to promote bile production and that is key to detoxing. The GI tract is also where most of your immunity is and is typically dysfunctional in people who have these types of infections so a good probiotic is a wise choice. The thing with taking probiotics orally is that only 2-4% of those intestinal flora survive stomach acid so you need to put them in the other end, just sayin'. When your intestinal flora is working properly you detox much more efficiently.
Since you're thinking Chinese traditional medicine maybe you should consider you birth year too, I'm the year of the monkey myself, maybe I should eat more bananas.
The artemisinin is actually from TCM but was rediscovered in the seventies and now is the official first line treatment in 60 countries for malaria, an herb. Babesia which is a common insect carried pathogen is a protozoa just like malaria so the artemisinin and cryptolepis work well on babesia.