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hiker53
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I was wondering if you take the andrographis and Japanese Knotweed(Resveratrol) with food or on an empty stomach.

My stomach didn't tolerate antibiotics well at all.

Thanks for the input. Ann

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just to be safe, i have to take everything with food. i do space them apart from my blood pressure meds tho.

key is to start very slow -- right now i'm only taking 1/2 of a pill of the andro and resveratrol, then i'll work up.

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I am on andrographis and have a sensitive stomach ( am also sick of the side effects of ABX ) .

I started out with two andrographis capsules a day ( standardized from Planetary Formulas ) . The first few days were rough. I have been
about ten days and had my first decent day today - the herx symptoms did not lay me out flat . I have increased my dosage to four capsules a day .

I want to get used to the andro before adding
resveratrol ( knotweed) .

I also take the herbs with meals as I fear having nausea if taken on an empty stomach .
ABX taken on an empty stomach made me queasy .
Others here take the herbs with food .

I am encouraged by the reports I have read about with this approach and with rife. It is a blessing to have some options other than ABX .
I have read so many posts written by people on ABX for years who are still relapsing , so I hope a multi faceted approach will have some success .

Good luck to you . Please post your progress .

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