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Meaning, that doesn't have it's carvacarol level artificially jacked up. For reasons too complex to go into here, North American Herb and Spice's brand doesn't work for me.

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My doc gets me a compounded prescription oregano from a dispensing lab in Texas. Costs over $100 a month so I don't know if you want to try it.

It's liposomal oregano with a little added calcium and alpha lipoic acid, lecithin.

He said a colleague swears by it. I've been on it for nearly a month now and I haven't been using the fluconazole more than once per week while using it and on an anticandida diet.

I have been fine. Normally even if on abx for a couple of days I'll always get a yeast infection and so far while on 3 abx and the rest of my regimen I'm good, making progress.

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Lyme, Bart, Babesia, parasites, Candida, AI thyroid antibodies (not yet taking anything for this)

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