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xrunnerx2012
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Has anyone taken this? I've taking it in hoping that it will helps with the head pressure. Its from Allergy Research group. I heard that you can herx from it due to the biofilm break up. Thanks.
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It should help, but be prepared for the herx! [Smile]

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faithful777
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I use Researched Nutritionals brand called Bolouke from greenandhealthy.com. Great price and works well.

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Tammy N.
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This is my favorite supp. I take Boluoke. Really helps with my inflammation. I take it faithfully twice a day.
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I too took this for awhile. Hard to say as to how much it helped since in the end, I know that making it to a finish line with this disease is not about ONE particular thing we do.

It's a combination and yes, that was in my combination for awhile over a 5 1/2 years treatment period that at least knocked me into a remission at least for now.

I would say to give it a try, even if only for a short while since all these combinations seem to get us one step closer. Good luck.

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I prefer the Bolouke variant (clear caplet version), but lumbrokinase is definitely a beneficial supplement in general with respect to circulatory system improvements. It is especially notable for its ability to help remedy hypercoagulation in a safe and effective manner, especially when that hypercoagulation is a result of fibrinogen excess as opposed to T/AT, platelet, or other coagulation factors - elements which are often overlooked but present in tick-borne illness.

Lumbrokinase is of special note for those with tick-borne infections that hypercoagulation and use fibrin as a building block for biofilm; especially notable, is protomyxzoa - who's biofilm generation allow not only itself Lyme and other infections to be protected from antibiotics..

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