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Topic: question about cryptolepis and sida acuta (Buhner herbs) for parasites and protozoa
Member # 48913
01-04-2021 09:59 AM
Since my pancreas stopped making digestive enzymes, instead of my body digesting the food I eat, the food ferments in my gut and serves as a breeding ground for opportunisitic infections, especially parasites and protozoa.
Does anyone know whether the cryptolepis herb that Buhner recommends for parasites and protozoa, among other things, needs to be taken with sida acuta to be effective for those infections? Does anyone know of a source of raw cryptolepis branches for sale in the U.S. at a decent price? All the sources I can find are in Canada and expensive. Thanks, GVS
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Member # 52095
01-07-2021 10:54 AM
cryptolepis is a pretty broad and powerful anti-microbial even on its own
buhner often recommends it in combination with sida acuta, and Alcornea - often referred to as CSA - as the most powerful combination he knows of. its available in the USA from these people https://woodlandessence.com/products/csa-formula?variant=32557362062
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