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Can Dr. Brewer's Protocol be ordered without a prescription?

Discussion in 'Addressing Biotoxin, Chemical & Food Sensitivities' started by MCRobbie, Apr 26, 2015.

  1. MCRobbie

    MCRobbie Senior Member

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    Hi Everyone,

    I know Dr. Brewer's protocol has been discussed in previous threads but I have a slightly more specific question which is whether or not the spray combinations can be ordered somewhere without a prescription and also what type of nebulizer needs to be purchased for delivery. My understanding is that he is still treating patients with the Amphotericin/EDTA combination but for those who cannot tolerate that combination he is now using a Nystatin/EDTA combination for those patients. Is this accurate? And more importantly can either of these two solutions be ordered prescription free and if so from whom?

    Thanks for any thoughts.
     
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    Dufresne almost there...

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    Hi MCRobbie,
    Yes, I think that is still accurate. I have only heard of getting the Ampho B, Nystatin, and Chelating Rx through pharmacies, by prescription.

    My regular doctor was comfortable prescribing me the Nystatin, using the ASL or TAG pharmacy that Dr. Brewer uses, and the NasaTouch areosolizing machine.

    You could use a drop of Johnson's Baby Shampoo in saline solution as a gentler subsitute for the Chelating Rx, I have heard. It has some of the same ingredients.
     
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    Thanks @forbearance. Ill start working for that prescription then and I did hear it was the ASL pharmacy. Great. Thank you!
     
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    Also, the lowest dose of Nystatin is 50,000 units (whatever the unit of measurement is for Nystatin). You can ask Ifish, but I think that is the dose that Dr. Brewer is prescribing.
     
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    MCRobbie Senior Member

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    Great @Forebearance thank you. Ill start with the Ampho and see how I fare.
     
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    SueJohnPat Sue

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    I have been coughing fit two years. I am going to make DrBrewers formula myself I am going to use nystatin if my doctor won't prescribe it. Exposed to mold . Dr Shoemaker totally dissed it but nystatin is a very mild drug. I am done with waiting around.
     
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    Hi Sue,
    Did you buy the nystatin online?If so where?Please keep us updated on how you get on...Thanks.
     
  10. SueJohnPat

    SueJohnPat Sue

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    I am going to an integrative medical doctor tomorrow. Am bringing the study with me. There is a section that Hip wrote about online pharmacies that you can order prescription Meds without a prescription. Nystatin is a pretty benign drug ( amphotericin much more toxic ). I was going to dissolve Edna nystatin in a netipost and flush my sinuses. A friend of mine owns a compounding pharmacy. I will let you know how this goes.
    I never had " sinus issues" just a horrible cough every winter from Nov-March.
     
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    SueJohnPat Sue

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    Correction EDTA, not what I wrote.
     
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    Good luck, @SueJohnPat ! I hope it works well for you.

    The compounding pharmacy I've been using is now called Imprimis Rx. They changed their name when they were sold to another company (I think).
     
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