Bart is a gram negative bacteria and I was just checking the chapter on bart in his book and so far nothing on anything viral.
I looked at the different types of bart there are so many, and he lists the symptoms . There are a few types of bart that causes skin lesions and/or ulcerative skin lesions. on p.289 in the co infection book.
From Bart coinfection book:
Buhner says that on p.344 that The antibacterial regimen,should you desire to use it ,consists of Alchorne cordifolia,isatis and houttuynia.
He says, These herbs help with inflammation and all have a broad range of antibacterial actions.
So while they also have antiviral actions, when using for Bart he is saying its for the above reasons(antibacterial).
Hout and isatis should give you coverage for both viral and bacterial.
Thank you so much for looking all that up! I have been taking IHA formula since August with those herbs, but tiny doses still - 5 drops 3x day. When I got this last bout of shingles, I added a dropper full of Isatis each night before bed. I feel like it helped some and I didn't think it caused any herx. He says it should not be taken for more than 3 weeks. Tonight ends my 3 weeks. I've been on the formula many months but at such low doses I hope it's okay. I feel like it's going to take the rest of my life to treat bartonella sufficiently.I don't know, WBF.... about
Buhner's limitations on recommended short treatment duration for bartonella/babesia. I think people have used it longer than he says....???
I've used Isatis longer than 3 weeks for sure, but we did rotate off of it eventually.
I like a lot of Buhner's recommendations, but I'm having issues with this short duration of things like Isatis/etc.