Mark F said...
Really? Why? I hadn’t heard that before.yep - i came across this also - some remarkable effects at even the lower doses - in terms of restoring perfusion in all tisues ( one of teh most detrimental lyme effects ) AND anti-inflammatory effects - and great penetration of the CNS.
some really good and interesting videos with Dr Rajedas on youtube - will try to post a link
but if you search youtube for Dr Rajadas they will come up.
a very bright guy and comes over with complete authenticity.
he is a pharmokineticist by training, I think, so is v focused on how to get the drugs to where they need to work in sufficient concentrations - which he says is an issue with Lyme due to the hypoperfusion (reduction in effective circulation) in tissues it causes.
even postulated that it can be a way of getting patients who other treatments to be able to be treated effectively - first by lowish doses of disulfiram.
shame the drug has so many off-target effects - but he is working on that.
some amazing achievements for nonprofit funded research
there is a Disulfiram for lyme Facebook group that will keep track of updates