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Cistus incanus

Discussion in 'Alternative Therapies' started by xrunner, Feb 12, 2012.

  1. xrunner

    xrunner Senior Member

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    Anybody tried Cistus Incanus tea or tincture?
    I have had the tea for a few days then stopped then resumed again. It seems to cause a considerable increase in fatigue and feeling kind of spaced out. I can't understand why.
    It's just a normal infusion. Klinghardt says it's effective against biofilm and is antibacterial but then if that's the case (I'm trying it to find out) I would not expect it to work so fast, so I assume it must be affecting something else.
    I'd like to hear from anybody who's tried it.
    Thanks
     
  2. Owl42

    Owl42 Psychedelic bird

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    This herb has been recently recomended to me for treatment of viral and retroviral infections and I was going to open a new thread on this, but seeing it already exists, let's see if someone can provide some new info on it now :p

    This is the most related research I've found http://www.nature.com/articles/srep20394
     
  3. Violeta

    Violeta Senior Member

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    Yes, I drink cistus incanus tea off and on and give it to our dogs, too.

    I have only had positive reaction to it, but I drink it very diluted because of the taste. Since it breaks down biofilm, setting free all kinds of stuff, I could see how it could cause an almost immediate reaction.
    That might make for dirty blood that can't carry oxygen.

    I did start taking monolaurin recently, though, and have had some uncomfortable symptoms.
     

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