the non-adsorbed version is back in stock in Russia. That is, i think it’s the non-adsorbed one. It only says “toxoid purified” on the package while the adsorbed toxoid is marked as unavailable on pharmacy websites.
That's interesting. Have you seen this vaccine for sale at any international Russian pharmacy site?
I tried both the adsorbed Russian Staphylococcus vaccine (which contains an immune-stimulating adjuvant), and the non-adsorbed version (which has no adjuvant).
I never noticed any major benefits from the non-adsorbed vaccine, but had a major near full remission from the adsorbed version on several occasions.
Prof Gottfries himself tried the adsorbed version, and said it had similar effects to Staphypan (which he still has in stock in his fridge), but that he felt a bit more tired on the Russian vaccine, so from his perspective the Russian vaccine was not quite as effective as Staphypan.
I suspect that if the Russian vaccine is back in stock, both versions will soon become available.
It may be worth contacting rupharma.com in a month or two, and asking if they can get hold of the adsorbed Russian vaccine. Rupharma was the Russian pharmacy I originally contacted regarding the sourcing the Russian vaccine, and they were able to get it for me, and thereafter they listed both versions of the vaccine for sale on their website.