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hoot
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[Mad] What do you think this is due to?
--biotoxins?
--lack of magnesium?
--???
--full moon about to take place?

[Smile] What can lessen the symptoms?
--activated charcoal to mop up biotoxins?
--magnesium?
--???

If bart is not being addressed yet, do you think this indicates that bart needs a-whack [bonk] ?

Any input/experience would be helpful.

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Treating Bart helped that for me. Nothing else "evened" my emotions untill then.
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DMC--
Did you use antibiotics or naturals?

My family member is using the herbal route at this point. Has resveratrol and HH in hand. Not sure which one to start first.

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I used the abxs. Rifampin, Levoquin.

Know natural helps alot but need the antimicrobials.

I am fortunate my body tolerates abxs. Even while IV Tigecyl my liver values were fine.

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Rifampin worked really well for my Bart emotional stuff too.
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Rifampin is currently helping my 5 year old. His anger is slowly subsiding after 6 weeks on it so far. He hasn't had the crying, screaming, hitting rages that he used to have just 3 weeks ago.

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