They actually make about 300 different tinctures and I only reccommend those because they are the highest quality and also very inexpensive. The potency and quality is very important and if you want results from this protocol you need good quality. The wide selection of various manufacturers deliver a variety of methods of extraction, and potency.<quoted text>
Seriously? How the hell is "Fred" going to mass produce a tincture to treat Morgellons? It looks to me that HerbPharm carries quite a few of these tinctures not Fred pharm. I have seen "Fred" posts and I agree this person seems to pop up and refute anyone who doesnt share their opinion,but you are rude as hell in general.Herbs are not evil ok? "Fred" may have a problem,but why make it your problem? If someone wants to try something it is their RESPONSIBILITY to research it and try it.
"Opinion" or "common sense" won't get you very far with these types of infections because the information needed to overcome this is counter intuitive and very complex.
After looking at a lot of different herbal tincture manufacturers for the ones used in the protocol this is what I suggest for the best quality and cost effectiveness.
The Usnea, Chanca Piedra (stone breaker), Rosemary, Cinnamon bark, Cats Claw, Sarsaparilla and Olive leaf tinctures I recommend are made by Herb-Pharm. I like these because of consistent quality and potency. You can get these online at a place called Healthsuperstore.com . They usually carry everything and are the cheapest overall, if you buy all of them there it offsets the shipping cost.
Banderol and Quina tinctures are made by Nutramedix and I dont recommend you use any other brand because of consistency. The cheapest place I found these is an online store called myherbsexpress.com . You can also get the Sichuan Teasel there.
The Anamu tincture is only available at one place I could find and that is a website called rainpharm.com .
The Cryptolepis and Sida Acuta tincture is only available at one place online called http://www.woodlandessence.com/
The Huuttuynia Cordata is sold online for prices ranging from $48 to $14.85 for the exact same product. The online site to get this is here;
The Moringa leaf powder I found at my local health store, I recommend an organic one like this.
The resveratrol and Pycnoginol is available at health stores I recommend the NOW brand.
The Garlic supplements that are good are called Garlinase Fresh and are available in health stores, they are a freshly extracted source of Allicin.