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Lauralyme
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I've been using Holley Pharmaceuticals for the longest time and recently switched to

Allergy Research Group and definitely herxed harder. Making me think this is a more potent brand.

The downside with this brand is that it has magnesium sterate in it and at the recent ILADS conference mentioned it contributes to biofilms.

Would love some feedback on favorite brands of Artemisinin that seem to be the most effective.

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Our doctor recommeneded Allery Research Group...
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Most everyone I know uses/used Allergy Research Group. That is what I used.

Magnesium sterate is pretty hard to avoid. That is for sure.

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I used to use Holley also, but now I'm using Nutricology and I'm happy with it.
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quote:
Originally posted by Lauralyme:
Allergy Research Group and definitely herxed harder. Making me think this is a more potent brand.

The downside with this brand is that it has magnesium sterate in it and at the recent ILADS conference mentioned it contributes to biofilms.

Thanks for sharing ILADS info re: magnesium sterate contributing to biofilms! Knew it was not good, but that's BAD.

My LLMD prefers Allergy Research Group's Artemisinin, 100 mg hypoallergenic vegetarian caps. My bottle does NOT list magnesium sterate on the label.

Asyra PRO bioenergetic testing reads "disresonant" for me when other supps with mag sterate are tested. This Artemisinin passed my Asyra PRO test.

I had quite a herx when I started that Art. SO GLAD I'd read about herx rxns here so I knew what the heck was happening!

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Is Nutricology the same thing as
Allergy Research Group?

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Biopureus.com has the pure artemisinin in powder form.

It is used in the Dr. K. Lyme Cocktail with all others (Phospholipids, anti-bacterials, anti-metals, anti-fungals, anti-virals, etc.) and finished for easy drinking with grapefruit juice. Grapefruit juice is necessary for Artemisinin to be effective.

I have posted the protocol with cocktail several times.

Take care.

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Lauralyme
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Thanks all
It is an older bottle of Allergy Research that I have that has magnesium sterate

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Allergy Research Group and Nutricology are the same. I finally found that out. Allergy Research Group is the site for professionals, Nutricology is for patients. I get mine at Vitacost.

I just checked my bottle and there is no magnesium stearate in it.

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I get mine from Vitacost also.
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Thanks, lymednva! Good sleuthing.
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