A Regime for Antiretroviral Treatment of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

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A Regime for Antiretroviral Treatment of Myalgic Encephalomyelitis

Tried a quick search, only found Suramin and pine needle tea. Do you have a quick link to all recommendations?
I think I'm using recommendations from many locations.

I can't access Tenofovir, but I'm comfortable with that since I'm not willing to stop the Aconite that has served me so well.

Thanks to Judy I'm taking regular doses of Cistus Incanus and Scutellaria Baicalensis, along with daily consumption of green tea. I have been failing to regularly take Reishi though.
 
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I think I'm using recommendations from many locations.

I can't access Tenofovir, but I'm comfortable with that since I'm not willing to stop the Aconite that has served me so well.

Thanks to Judy I'm taking regular doses of Cistus Incanus and Scutellaria Baicalensis, along with daily consumption of green tea. I have been failing to regularly take Reishi though.
I'm very much interested in your approach... Honestly, not bc of Judy (no need for further discussion) but because I think it might help against Coxsackie B4. I have access to tenofovir, but would like to avoid it. Your treatment plan: was it tailored for you by a TCM practitioner? The only thing I do atm is taking cistus 52 plus oxymatrine and green tea. But I'm very interested in optimizing my treatment.
What doses of cistus do you take?
 
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Your treatment plan: was it tailored for you by a TCM practitioner?
The Aconite was prescribed by a TCM practitioner a decade ago. He also prescribed the Baicalin when I had a sinus infection, and continued to provide it when I discovered that it might help with ME/CFS (Thanks @Countrygirl ).

The Cistus was introduced after a post on PR about Dr Klinghardt.