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6Hypnone
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Hey guys.

My mold load is better now so I'm going to start treating bart.
My kinesiologist muscle tested me for IS-bart by cell core sciences and I tested well.
My lyme doc likes IHA formula.

She said I can do either one. And to go low and slow.
IHA seems to be pretty damn strong for some ppl, but I've not seen posts about IS-bart.

Any recommendations?

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No one is treating bartonella?
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I'm treating Bartonella using Methelyne Blue and Crypto-Plus. Too early to see if it's doing stuff.

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Bart is my biggest challenge nowadays. I don't know what IS-bart and IHA mean, and so waited to find out more.

I also know nothing about Methelyne Blue and Crypto-plus. I've seen there are discussions here, but so far, I haven't gotten enough information to comment.

Research time for me.

The one thing I do know is that when I rife, my feet hurt a lot less. I use the Doug coil.

The only other symptoms I have are CFS and FM related. That is fatigue and sleep disorder along with achiness. They are getting better.

I'm also on a lot of meds and supps. Whenever my LLMD puts something new on my pile, I know why, but I've been taking the same piles for quite awhile now, and forget which ones attack bart.

I'm slowly getting better, but if I miss a rife treatment, bart comes back quickly. It needs to be knocked back twice a day.

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