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yankees237
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trying to figure out a good order to take all my vitamins/herbs/abx ....so everyone post yours! example

8AM - Multivitamin/fishoil/Olive leaf extract
10AM - ABX
1PM - Probiotics
3PM - Milk thistle/Magnesium/Acetyl L-Carnintine
7PM - ABX
10PM - Probiotics

thats kind of my schedule now

Still new to all this...still trying to figure out what works and what doesnt

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TnFlowerChild
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Good thread to start...

I've been very curious about how to schedule.

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littlebit27
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5am-abx-pain meds-nystatin
7am-anti-inflammatory med, magnesium (sometimes probiotic)
1pm- abx-nystatin-pain meds-nystatin
7pm- anti-inflammatory (probiotic if I didn't take it in the morning)
9pm-abx-pain meds-nystatin

I did have cat's claw in there but I stopped doing that because I was afraid it was causing my GI issues-but I don't think that was the issue so I will probably start adding that back in tomorrow at 5,1 and 9. Then the after that will be adding slowly the rest of Buhner's protocol.

I think i was told it is OK to take those herbs near the abx.

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Here is the way it is going now.
7:00 AM: Bactrim DS, Zithromax
Nystantin every other day
Tindamax twice a week
artemisinin, andrographis, resveratrol, lactoferrin, nattokinase
Armour thyroid

Afternoon - other supplements
N Acetyl Cysteine, Acetyl L Carnitine, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Dl Methionine, L Lysine, Co Enzymen Q10, probiotic, Vitamin B100, B12, magnesium citrate, fish oil, vitamin D3

7:00 PM Bactrim DS
artemesinin, resveratrol, andrographis, lactoferrin, nattokinase

Bedtime chlorrela (just started)

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