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6Hypnone
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Mostly what order to do these, how far apart to start them (I dont think I should start them all at once).

Going off:
Acyclovir (anti-viral)
Mino
Nystatin (gut candida)

Going ON:
Biocidin - 2 drops, 3x/day (anti-microbial; for gut; candida)
Itraconazole - 100 mg 2x/week--work up to 1 tab daily (systemic anti-fungal-candida)
Houttuynia - start w/1 drop (broad spectrum antiviral and antibacterial herb; bart; immune sys help)
Sacro B (probiotic)

I'm on other things too but these are the changes.

1) are these doses slow enough? Should I go slower?

2) I think to start one at a time, maybe every 3 days (except the probiotic--start right away)

--so go off Mino, go on biocidin
wait 3 days
--go off Nystatin, go on itraconizole
wait 3 days
--go off acyclovir, go on Houttuyia

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I would wait a little longer than 3 days between each change, as sometimes reactions to new things take a few days to show.
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So perhaps a week? And is the order ok or doesn't matter much? My doc didnt say either way, though I didnt ask. I tend to have to look things up on my own, which pisses me off.
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