would like to know what herbs treat brucellosis.Thank you

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Grandmacow
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   Posted 5/13/2018 11:40 AM (GMT -6)   
I was hoping that traveler knew .Sorry cant spell

logmoss82
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   Posted 5/13/2018 1:06 PM (GMT -6)   
I dont use any herbals personally, and have only limited knowledge about brucella. I know in veterinary medicine it is often treated with rifampin combined with doxy for a long period of time (4-6 months or more) There is some research that says doxy plus streptomycin is used effectively in people, but streptomycin requires daily IM injection.

But back to your original question, here's what "Mr. Herbs" himself, Buhner has to say about treating brucella with herbals:

" I would recommend that you use a mixture of Lomatium dissectum and Ligusticum porterii (osha) – along with Sida and Isatis, to treat it. It will respond to some extent to those first two plants. It is also susceptible to juniper berry, I would try 10 drops of that 3x daily for 10 days and see if it helps. The first mix can be used 30 drops 3-6x daily for a few months."

Again I have no experience using herbs for any infection, so to me the above paragraph sounds like a foreign language, but perhaps it makes sense to you.

goshawk
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   Posted 5/13/2018 1:14 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Grandmacow,

If you decide to use Sida acuta and/or Isatis remember they can be potent. Herbals should be started at a low dose and only one at a time to see how you respond/react to them.

If you do ok on a few drops a day then you slowly increase he dosage.

Check for all side effects and contradictions to any herbals as I am no medical expert.

Those are both are excellent herbals that I have used but they can cause herxing.

Take care

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   Posted 5/13/2018 1:23 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi again I also found this article and it tells about some of the herbals to use. It mentions garlic also.



jprevepi.com/PDF/jpe-1-e20.pdf?t=636618520487056750


Are you around cattle, I'm just curious as this is usually an infection from cattle, but from my experience ticks feed off of cattle too.

I have just been hearing about more people getting Brucellosis(which is a gram negative bacteria) lately.

We used to believe you could only get it from lactating cows but I think that may be wrong.

Notime4lyme
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   Posted 5/13/2018 2:25 PM (GMT -6)   
I heard that you can get in from a tick that bit a deer first. I'm not sure if you can or not, but the symptoms of it sound somewhat similar to mine, from what I've heard.

WalkingbyFaith
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   Posted 5/13/2018 5:25 PM (GMT -6)   
logmoss82 said...
I dont use any herbals personally, and have only limited knowledge about brucella. I know in veterinary medicine it is often treated with rifampin combined with doxy for a long period of time (4-6 months or more) There is some research that says doxy plus streptomycin is used effectively in people, but streptomycin requires daily IM injection.

But back to your original question, here's what "Mr. Herbs" himself, Buhner has to say about treating brucella with herbals:

" I would recommend that you use a mixture of Lomatium dissectum and Ligusticum porterii (osha) – along with Sida and Isatis, to treat it. It will respond to some extent to those first two plants. It is also susceptible to juniper berry, I would try 10 drops of that 3x daily for 10 days and see if it helps. The first mix can be used 30 drops 3-6x daily for a few months."

Again I have no experience using herbs for any infection, so to me the above paragraph sounds like a foreign language, but perhaps it makes sense to you.


goshawk gave some good warnings about the potency of some of the herbs. Be aware that lomatium can cause hives/rash. If you get it, stop the lomatium. I ordered a bottle to keep on hand as it is a valuable herb. Not sure when I'll brave trying it out, though.

bluelyme
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   Posted 5/14/2018 6:24 PM (GMT -6)   
gram neg is ruff, i would use zhang hh2(houttynia) with oil of oregano and allicin at full zhang doses ....needs double doody for 2 cell walls ...consider consuming large amounts of brazilian propolis and even venom pills ...hopefully is just in gut ..i would also buy a plasma rife asap

Rikky1
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   Posted 5/14/2018 8:01 PM (GMT -6)   
adding to bluelyme brucella is similar (and as tough) as bart. both are double cell wall gram negative pathogens and that combination makes them real hardy.

you treat them the same whatever bart herbs/abx work. look at buhner's bart protocol herbs for some good ones (houtt, isatis, alchornea).

blue do you need plasma or can you use contact like spooky2-XM? i ask because i got a few generators but not the plasma unit.
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