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migs
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Hi if anyone knows how to get Bicillin LA without selling the rest of my family members' organs, I'd appreciate some info.

I have no insurance and I have heard of people ordering powder form or in Mexico but need a little guidance.

Thanks very much to anyone with ideas.

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You might PM bejoy and ask her how she dealth with this with a CHEAP substitute that worked WELL for her .

Some here have also used vet bicillin as it is
pharmacy grade and costs next to nothing . This has been done by many people .

You should do a search on " vet bicillin " .

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Thanks. I'll check it out. I'm weighing all my options and $150 a week isn't one of them [Smile]
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Besides the vet source, there is a powder you can order from overseas. You have to mix it yourself, and I understand it is very cheap. There is a good post on that, but I'm not sure where. You could try a search. Up for the link.

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Hey thanks I think I am onto that now. It is a lot cheaper. I can't understand why it is so outrageously priced.
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Hey thanks I think I am onto that now. It is a lot cheaper. I can't understand why it is so outrageously priced.
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The pharmaceutical industry in America is a cartel, and some of the most politically powerful business in America. As big business, they are not about health, they are about money.

The sicker people are, the more money...Perhaps they are aware of how many chronic diseases are bacterial at their core, so choose not to make this treatment easily available.

If taking a Bicillin substitute on you own, please be very careful. High liver enzyes can kill you, so you may need to get them checked by a doctor from time to time, and possibly protect your liver with supportive herbs.

You have to take a cyst buster like Metronidazole with this medication, or you will just drive the spirochetes into cyst form and they will come back later with a vengence.

Also, as with any antibiotic, you have to be fastidious about an anti-candida diet, fungal killers, and probiotics.

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quote:
Originally posted by bejoy:
You have to take a cyst buster like Metronidazole with this medication, or you will just drive the spirochetes into cyst form and they will come back later with a vengence.

PROVEN that Bicillin does NOT drive all spiro's in to cyst form, if you have a Live blood microscope you will see this does not happen. Also if this was so why would so many patient's solely on Bicillin be having defined Herx's every month?

Yes at some point in your treatment you will have to add a Cysbuster (Tinidazole, Plaquinil or Metronizadole) and an intracellular but Metro is NOT one you would use at the beginning until you have your motile spiro load down.

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