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Mold therapie change – The Nasal Biofilm

Discussion in 'Addressing Biotoxin, Chemical & Food Sensitivities' started by student, Aug 25, 2015.

  1. student

    student Senior Member

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    For my mold treatment, can it be diffrent? Not - the Glutathion, ATP, Q10 – is it possible to raise other important factor. „MSH may be increased with inhalation of Myrrh oil using a diffuser (not a nebulizer). It may give back energy. Dramatically raises MSH. Forget ATP, CoQ10, glutathione, etc. Bring up MSH and you see a miracle. Tincture of myrrh is a good antimicrobial as well.“ A german Thread (on Resistant Starch) quoted Dr. Klinghardt with his 2011 „Beyond Lyme“ teachings. http://www.betterhealthguy.com/a-deep-look-beyond-lyme

    With Mold & CFS is it possable to „see a (MSH) miracle“? So I tried. Myrrh I applied 4x daily on 4 days. Yes,ther is a remarkable change. I start to feel better. The topics mentioned are biger though. Nasal biofilm. Other steps for treatment of this Chronic cerebro-spinal venous insufficiency (CcSVI) may follow. See- article. So what do you think?

    regards ;) student
     
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    Thanks for the link! I'm so happy for you that this is working well!
     
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    student Senior Member

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    I am careful, the myrrh is stining. I continue to aply it regularly, though. Propolis is mentioned as an other option. I bought as a cream. Ginko (I want to ad), Curcumin, Garlic, Ginger and Cistus – are named.

    I read about the prospect to change Biofilm – in time.
     
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    How to go high up in the nose? Learn to rinse there as well. My head leans far out - and tilted down. It is outside of this (therapie) bed for the following use of Myrrhe. – So that my nose position sticks out „to the far“ end. I choose a far tilted neck with nose – at a 45 degree position. Than I do accept much of the stinning – and rest for 10 (12) min. I change the plastic tip of my syringe to give a myrrhe aplication to my other nostril (and rest again).

    Wow, this is great! This here brought changes – http://forums.phoenixrising.me/inde...er-throat-influence-and-nasal-biofilms.40465/ the „S / C lokal strategie“. Good rinsing with salt and the vitamin C. My hope is that this simple strategie could also change much of the stinning involved - here.

    Best regards - yours student
     
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    Hi @student. I'm becoming progressively more convinced that sino/nasal microbiome is a major factor in my CFS and that biofilm, staph aureas and mold are all part of it. Apparently myrrh has some antifungal effects too.

    Have you seen this paper? www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/25027570

    Can you explain why you think it's important to use a diffuser not a nebulizer please? I'm planning to give Brewer's nebulised nystatin and chelation px protocol a go, but think I might try some essential oils in the meantime.

    Thanks.
     
  7. ECAsson

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    So are you using the tincture nasally?
     
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    I bought some Myrrh essential oil and put it under my nose briefly. Didn't notice much. But you are putting it in your nose? That is interesting.
     

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