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RZR
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Is this a good brand?

I thought Allergy Research Group and Nutricology were the same company, but Nutricology is quite a big cheaper. Is this not the same company?

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Yes, this is a good brand. I believe I used to get mine at http://www.iherb.com/Allergy-Research-Group-Nutricology-Artemisinin-90-Veggie-Caps/4389?at=0
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Yes it is good stuff. [Smile]
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Working for me, taking 300 mg 3x/day, started with 100 mg 2X/day. I thought Nutricology and
Allergy research were same manufacturer but maybe different marketing etc for some reason.

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BackinStOlaf
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What does this do?

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First Symptom 9/09
Multiple docs, negative Labcorp test
LLMD: 1/10
Positive Igenex/CDC test
Treatment 2/10
2/10-8/10 Amox, ceftin, zith, flagyl
Currently: Bicillin, Minocycline, still dealing with severe breathing issues

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Artemisinin is used in conjunction with other things for Babs treatment.

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I am taking Art with bactrim ds, doxy,
levoquin. On day 4 of the levoquin which is
helping with the Bartonella like symptoms,
the doxy is for Lyme/Borrelia, the Bactrim helps with Bartonella and has weak antimalarial activity, Doxy is also weakly antimaliarial too.
Trying to chip away at all three infections; Borrelia, Bart and Babs. Looking for Remission
or cure of all three:) I did not mispell levo,
the generic from India is labelled this way, obtained via canadian licensed pharmacy and it works very well so far. Taking Vit C and Mag
and whey protein and careful exercise per Dr B to hopefully prevent tendon problems.

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I use it and get mine at luckyvitamin.com They seem to be cheaper on a lot of things. I get most of my stuff from them and they are very good shippers. You'll get it really fast. Free shipping on $100.00 so I try to work all of my stuff at once. But then the shipping isn't really all that bad. Don't hurt to look.
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