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lindadanis
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my llmd took me off Zithromax today because of severe dizziness and added ABAB along with mepron. is this a good treatment plan for babesia? thanks for any replies.
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It is encouraged while on A-Bab to be using Detox 1, but you can use whatever you have to keep the drainage open (urination, defecation, sweating, liver drainage, etc)

Byron White protocol has a person starting out slow. If one is really sensitive one can put a drop in water and only drink a portion. This allows one to put their toe in the water and work up to a drop, and then two drops, etc.

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thank you for replying. My llmd never mentioned anything about detox 1 so what do I have to do about that, I don't understand. I am new to this. she said put one drop in one ounce water and then add in another drop every three days. she would like me to work up to 20 drops in the am and then another 20 drops in pm, totally 40 drops per day. that seems like a lot to me. can u explain more?
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can someone please tell me what is in ABAB and does it work against babesia. I am also on mepron. thank you
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Hi lindanis, the ingredients are printed on the bottle in very small print...might need some readers to see them.

Cats Claw (immune herb), Noni (activates white blood cells),

Sambong (anti-parastic), Curcuma (liver protectant), Yarrow(decrease inflammation) and Neem (anti-parasitic) are in it from what I can see.

The herbs are multi-faceted in what they can help with.

Byron White provides support formulas to be used along side the A-Bab or A-Bart or whatever...

Each person is different and therefore the appropriate complimenting formula(s) would be based on their needs. The options are:


Detox 2: detox and die-off support

NT-Detox: for neuro - toxicity, tissue toxins and drainage

BT Detox-: biotoxins, chemicals, congested lymph

A-Inflam: inflammation and immune response, cytokine storms.

It could be your doc has you on things already to help with die off issues like coffee enemas, lemon water, lymph massage, infrared saunas,etc.

It is normal protocol to start of with a low dose and work up to 20 drops twice a day as tolerated.

If someone is super sensitive one could start out with 1 drop in water and just take half the water--that means a 1/2 drop dose. If tolerated then next time a full drop in water would be the next step.

That is what I learned when we tried the Byron White formulas. Our favorite was the A-Inflam.

Hope that helps. If you have more questions you can call Byron White Formulas direct. I am sure they know a lot more than me. [Smile]

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The directions given to me were to put 1drop of water in 1cup (not a plastic or metal cup).

First day, drink half of your prepared cup. Put remaining in fridge. Second day, drink the other half of cup.

Continue at half drop per day until well tolerated.

Then increase to half drop twice daily, then 1 drop daily, next 1 twice daily, then 3drops daily, 3 drops twice daily.

Once you tolerate the 3drops twice daily, start increasing dose 3drops at a time as tolerated.

I took many Byron White formulas.

I preferred “Pekena detox & drainage kit”, simply made me feel better fast. Didn’t like Byron White detox.

You can always try drinking fresh squeezed lemon water & taking “alkaseltzer gold”. This is a far cheaper way to detox!

Remember to take any detox several hours away from meds (so they don’t reduce effectiveness of your meds).

And remember to eat very high fat meals with malarone or Mepron. The fat is needed for body to absorb those meds.

About Byron White formulas again, they should’t be stored near electronics. I usually kept mine in a kitchen cabinet (far from microwave too).

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I guess my question is this: is ABAB treating the babesia. I am taking it with mepron only. I am confused as to what exactly does it do. thanks for the reply.
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Yes, it treats Babesia... that is why it is called A babs... babs is short for babesia.

I would try cryptolepis if I were you. Some people really respond to that herb.

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