I came across this blog, which touches on several interesting points. The first pertains to how some tried Iver
early on, with major herx, and then later, with relatively few. Myself, I'm starting with a 2-doses over 48 hr loading, using 1/2 dose the first time, and then 3/4 dose, which was today.
I have too many variables to know for certain. I recently upped my babs and bart herbs by ~15%. I began a bentonite clay regimen 1.5 wks ago, so that should be kicking in. And several days ago I got serious about
Lion's Mane for neural rebuilding. But I must say the past three days have seen a strength I haven't had in a long time. Today I cut both lawns, using a push mower, I washed the car, did a laundry, baked bread. My narcolepsy is very muted.
I'm going to dose somewhat higher than a Covid preventive regimen, maybe two days a week. It's too early to say, but it seems something good is happening.
BTW, for kicks I did a search for Durvet, a maker of horse paste, at Amazon. Amazon kept changing the search word to Duvet in real time, before my eyes. Finally it provided appropriate suggestions. I clicked on Durvet Ivermectin, and it took me to the results page. Each item had a lot of reviews listed. But when I got to the item page all reviews and questions had been wiped. People are suffering and dying, and big money is doing all they can to stop people from talking about
what works. The empire is striking back.
Anyway, here's an excerpt from the blog. She afterward goes on to talk about
red reishi mushrooms and fish fenbendazole for getting at mold. Very interesting reading.Light at the end of Lyme: Deworming Humanshttp://www.lightattheendoflyme.com/2017/06/heres-deal.html
"Ivermectin: First of all a caveat: One of our great docs (who is a veterinarian and an MD and an acupuncturist and a healer) told us that ivermectin is "a machine-gun." It kills a lot of crap living inside us. By the time we took ivermectin we had been in intensive treatment for about
seven months. Killing parasites at a slow pace makes us miserable enough; killing them fast and in great numbers can be dangerous (especially to the heart, brain, liver). IVERMECTIN IS NOT FOR BEGINNERS. Start with the mild wormers (listed below), kill things off slowly and do all the things you can think of to detox, which is a nice way of saying: pee and poop and sweat and expel mucus to get that crap out of your body so your liver doesn't wear itself out trying to deal with the dead parasites. Get that crap out of you! With any luck, you'll have so much success with the mild wormers you won't have to use the machine gun.
"With that said, here is our story. I told our NP that we were going to use ivermectin and that she could write us a prescript
ion or we would experiment with the horse paste. I had found groups on line where people were ingesting the horse paste, and while I was not (yet) willing to ingest animal wormer, I was willing to use it as a lotion, allowing it to soak into our skin. (One of the very important things I've learned on this journey is that EVERYTHING we put ON our body ends up IN our body.) Our NP wrote us a prescript
ion but we suffered sticker shock when we went to have the prescript
ion filled. I wish I could remember the actual amount but suffice to say it was over a thousand dollars. So we ended up getting about
a fourth of the amount prescribed. One of my goals was to be able to find ways for people who couldn't afford expensive doctors and expensive treatments. As soon as I learned the ridiculous price for human ivermectin, I knew I would be using the horse paste as a lotion. So it ended up that Logan and I both used some of the human pills and some of the horse paste. We put small dabs of the paste on our spines (where the nematodes live). We both ended up being as happy with the paste as with the pills. The effect was stunning. We could feel stuff happening in our heads, jaws, teeth. (This after seven months of very extensive and expensive treatment.) And right away we both knew we were reaching the next level of recovery. We knew immediately. We probably used ivermectin for about
a week that first time. We used very small doses for as long as we felt it doing something and then quit using it when we no longer felt anything happening. Then we would switch to a different wormer that targeted different worms. ... "
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