There seems to be another product from FOURRTS, another Indian company, with the same content, called OXALOBACT, in capsule and tablet form. Not to be confused with OXABACT, a product of the Swedish OxThera.
This OXALOBACT seems more widely distributed and some studies have been done using it.
I did not find any other place yet. The postage is expensive but on the other hand the price of the actual product is very low. I notice that the INR 4000 is for DHL shipping. Postal is INR 2000. I would advise against DHL because where I am it has to go through customs, and customs like their pound of flesh. On the other hand I never had a problem with regular postal services from India. Small parcels are despised here as not worth opening! Maybe the same in Australia?I found this http://omsi.in/shop/oxalobact-capsules-10-per-strip/ and was in the process of ordering when I discovered the postage charges. The flat rate charge for postage out of India (up to 500 g) is 4,000 rupees.
I did expect to pay hefty postage but this seems like a lot. Will look a bit further and maybe have some email correspondence with this Indian online pharmacy. Maybe they will be amenable to change.
This is great. Same for us, we are never tired ever now. Not even normally tired! Blazing through all difficulties and smoothing the problems with vodka. Our tolerance to alcohol is incredible, and I am sure this is thanks to the C. butyricum. The liver is happy.I am pleased to note that the gain of PEM reduction which I have made over the past 6 months or so seems to be holding. Despite really pushing myself at times I have just been a bit tired today - no crash. And even better, my improved alcohol tolerance is continuing. Wine is one of life's great pleasures but I was worried I had really gone too far last night. Today though just a little tiredness.
Thanks a lot for this!!!!!Anyhow I have attached a list I made for myself of the oxalate content of various foods. It is not meant to be exhaustive - just foods I might want to eat. I didn't list actual content for all foods, but tried to illustrate things like how cooking method can make a difference. I simplified the categories also, aiming for a quick guide that would result in a medium oxalate diet without fussing too much.
It's a pity none of those products have just Oxalobacter for those who cannot tolerate Lactobacilli. Acidophilus in particular causes hell for me.
I don't have substantial references to link right now, but I have been looking back to all my past and present symptoms thru the oxalate lens, and many unexplained reactions seem to make sense as oxalate dump or overload.Why do you think that oxalates trigger eczema and acid reflux? Do you mean in your case, or in general?
With the millions suffering from kidney stones waiting for relief, no doubt Oxalobacter won't be approved by the FDA in the US for several more years, as an overpriced prescription drug.
Glycine, collagen, etc. destroys me. I don't think it has anything to do with "detox".