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fatigued15
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Looking for input on Byron white's A-FNG. Wondering how many drops, experiences, herxhiemers? Any input would be appreciated.
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I bought that and would be interested in that information as well. The bottle says to take a drop twice a week. Seems so minimal so it must be strong!

So far I haven't seen any difference while using it. Maybe I will try and ramp up to 2 drops/twice a week.

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I think the dosing is for maintenance/prevention, not to get rid of it.

The other BW's I am on say the same thing, but you ramp up to 15 drops twice a day. As you feel the drops do nothing, then you increase.

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I have recently tried it. One drop caused hand flapping, something I haven't had since childhood and even then only very occassonally.

I did feel more energetic for a few days so tried another drop later in the week. Same thing happened. I'm supposed to work my way up to 20 drops 2X per day.

I can tell it is working on the immune system due to symptoms I get with other immune system enhancers. Hormonal changes (I think possibly estrogen but that is a wild guess) and sleep difficulties.

After researching the hand flapping in association with methylation issues I find that I have the two polymorphisms that are associated with hand flapping and they both cause increased ammonia. Just a guess but I'm thinking A FNG causes increased ammonia.

Seems to be a very strong tincture.

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TerryK
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This is the best description I've seen of it on the internet.

http://www.forresthealth.com/a-fng.html
A-FNG | Anti-Fungal Candida Remedy | Byron White Formulas

Available in oral drops, the A-FNG herbal formula is supportive of the immune system, and enhances the body's ability to defend against fungal and Candida infections. It can be used in acute and chronic illness states.

People who suffer from fungal and Candida infections may have compromised methylation and detoxification pathways. As a result, neurotoxins produced by these infections can affect thinking ability, organ function, mood, and gastro-intestinal (GI) tract functioning. The herbs used to create A-FNG historically have been shown to help bind these type of toxins and heavy metals, and to enhance the body's excretion abilities.

According to historical literature and application, the herbs used in A-FNG affect fungal and Candida infections, and may provide some anti-viral, anti-bacterial, anti-malarial, anti-babesial, anti-parasitical, anti-spirochetel, and anti- mycoplasma ability as well.

The individual ingredients have been used to help address hypertension, body pain, digestive difficulties, parasite symptoms, headaches, dizziness, muscle spasms, diarrhea, fever, ulcers, skin infections, lymph toxicity, tonsillitis, and sore glands.

Patients with fungal and Candida infections may be compromised nutritionally. As a dietary supplement, A-FNG provides nutrients in an easily digestible form. The combination of herbs and organic grape alcohol naturally contains Vitamin B1, fatty acids, Vitamin C, Niacin (Vitamin B3), Iron and Potassium, protein, Beta-sitosterol, Calcium, Chromium, Cobalt, Gaba, Epsilon-sitosterol, Glucose, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Parigenin, Phosphorus, Pollinastanol, Potassium, Selenium, Choline, Folic Acid, d-limonene, alpha-carotene, beta-carotene, Silicon, Zinc, more than 60 known flavonoids, carbohydrates and dietary fiber.

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