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Melanie Reber
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Good morning All and Happy Sunday!

I just have a quick question re: the dosage of Burbur Drops. My LLMD told me to use this as an additional method in order to help with detoxing, but failed to give me any specific information about how to dose.

Any thoughts or suggestions?

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Is this the brand? You'll like want to start with just a couple drops in some water, though, and work up from there. Hope this helps.


http://www.nutramedix.ec/ns/burbur

Bionatus NutraMedix - Burbur Detox

Serving size: 10 drops

Beyond that, for frequency, they have specific details at their site. 1/2 of the way down the page to section: SUGGESTED DOSAGE
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http://www.newswithviews.com/Howenstine/james44.htm

Burbur - A Valuable Detoxifying Therapy

By Dr. James Howenstine, MD - May 15, 2006


http://www.livestrong.com/article/311699-what-is-the-herb-burbur-used-for-in-detox/

What Is the Herb Burbur Used for in Detox?

By Jayne Yenko - Nov 18, 2015
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Hi Keebler!

Yes, it is NutraMedix and yes, the label dose is 10 drops several times per day as needed or as directed by your physician.

That feels like a LOT of drops to me, especially since I also do the Enula drops and have a VERY specific scheduling for those.

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Good that your gut is telling you to start slow and low.

Also, with any combination it's probably a good idea to give your doctor's office a call tomorrow and see if they can tell you what might be written in your chart regarding dosage, all things considered for your specifics.

Or talk to your doctor.

For now, you might start with just one or two drops. Good luck.
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http://www.nutramedix.ec/ns/images/stories/CSP03172015Schedule.pdf

The COWDEN SUPPORT PROGRAM (CSP) is a protocol utilizing 13 different Nutramedix products taken rotationally. . . .

30-page pdf

Version: 03.17.2015
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLuQk5Zs2Fo

The Cowden Protocol - YouTube

A 60 minute video with Dr. Lee Cowden on the Cowden Support Program.

Dr. Cowden gives a detailed lecture at the ILADS Educational Meeting Europe in Klagenfurt, Austria, May, 2012.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LuRCSh-q3Cs

Dr. Joseph Mercola interviews Dr. Lee Cowden, a former interventional cardiologist who is now working with the Academy of Comprehensive Integrative Medicine (ACIM).

22-Minute video. Sep 10, 2015


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mrs42dp-DKg

Burbur - Cowden - YouTube

1:52 video
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Thanks for all the great resources. I appreciate your help Keebler!
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Burbur is normally 'benign' in action and on the Cowden Protocol is taken regularly 30 minutes before meals, along with the antimicrobials he suggests (Samento, Banderol etc).

If you are feeling bad detox symptoms, you can take extra doses of burbur to help you.

By all means start slowly, but burbur should not cause problems for most people.

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Burbur is wonderful! I combine it with Pinella, and when I'm herxing or flaring (with brain fog or other neurlogical symptoms), I take 10 drops of Burbur and 10 drops of Pinella every ten minutes for up to 2 hrs until I feel better.

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