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IIn January I started rinsing my sinuses with a bacterial culture called Bactoferm F-RM-52 containing Lactobacillus Sakei. (While still following Brewer's antifungal protocol.) A research study showed that people with chronic sinus infections lack bacterial diversity, and lack a critical friendly bacteria called Lactobacillus Sakei. The results have been remarkable. I have gone from chronic sinus infections and endless antibiotics to one sinus infection in six months. I believe the only reason I had the one infection is that I used a culture for to long, and it lost it's potency.
Detailed information can be found at: http://lactobacto.com/2015/01/12/the-one-probiotic-that-cures-sinusitis/
Thanks @Ifish -- good to know it's mild. I hope to get some in the next month and give it a try.Dan,
I mix 1/8 tsp in 5ml distilled water. Any way you can send it up your nose is fine. I use a NasoNeb. Of all the substances I have sent up my nose over the years this is the most pleasant. It is very mild.
Yes. But I haven' gotten them again after starting treatment.hi all. i am wondering if anyone had MMP-9, VEGF, TGFBeta, etc tested before they took medicines for mold illness...?