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Microsilica is very expensive and if you're looking for an alternative that works well, try World Health Mall's "Syclovir".

IMPORTANT!: Microsilicas remove virtually all toxins AND medications from bloodstream, etc, including drugs used to control blood pressure, cholesteral, etc.


http://www.worldhealthmall.com/SearchResults.asp?Search=syclovir

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Thanks for posting this ping. I'm not sure that this product would accomplish the same thing as the Biopure microsilica.

The biopure is highly purified which is important because of heavy metal issues. It is used primarily for heavy metal issues whereas the product you mention is used for fungus.

The BioPure is $120 for 50 servings. One serving a day typically so one bottle lasts for 1 2/3 months.

I called the World Health Mall and they couldn't tell me how many servings are in their product because use is based on individual tolerance but even at the max dose they couldn't tell me how many doses are in the product.

They said they didn't think the 2 products could be compared because their product is not used to bind heavy metals. I think it's possible it does but I have no way of knowing. Personally, I'd be afraid to use it for heavy metals.

Do you have any other info on the comparison of the 2 products?

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Terry, thanks for talking with Jim about this. I don't have further info on this particular microsilica; I just found that it was cheaper in the sense of immediate price and posted it for those such as you to look at.

I'm not surprised that WHM doesn't have info on Syclovir and metal toxins. Jim told me that Sycl. absorbed virtually all medications taken anywhere near the microsilica dose and since I take beta-blocker 3xday for hypertension, I didn't want to try it.

Do you know, off hand, if Biopure's microsilica also absorbs various medications? It's not on the website. Think I'll give them a call and find out.

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Looks interesting, Ping: I wonder if anyone here has tried it?
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Ping,

Thanks for posting. I am going to email a couple of questions but will probably order some today and let you know.

I started Monolaurin about 10 days ago and I seem to be sleeping deeper. Still not rested when I wake up but I am sleeping much sounder. There a couple of other things happening but I do not want to contibute them to Monolaurin yet. I start my first flagyl this weekend. So I am stepping up the binders, this Syclovir looks like a type of binder.

All the Best, MattH

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quote:
Originally posted by MattH:
Ping,

Thanks for posting. I am going to email a couple of questions but will probably order some today and let you know.


Matt, please keep in mind that the owner / operator of WHM told me that Syclovir binds virtually ALL medications, so be careful! It would be best if you called him (email takes too long) and got his take on a schedule to avoid rx binding.

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Ping,

I picked up on your concern. Thank you! I work full time so I am thinking of taking it right about lunch time.

That would be a good 4 hours away from abx and about 2 hours away from supplements.

I did call Jim but got a recording that asked me to call back.

I will start slowly and let you know if there are any changes or improvements.

I ordered this before my LLMD called and said my enzymes were elevated (I am 2 months into treatment). So I am off mino for a couple of weeks but he wants me to stay on the zith. I was just getting started with flagyl this weekend but that will have to wait.

All the Best, MattH

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Matt, I wish you the best of health. Please let us know how you're doing.

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