Cowden Protocol info

Discussion in 'Lyme Disease Archives' started by tansy, Jul 24, 2006.

  1. tansy

    tansy New Member

    Lyme Borreliosis Treatment Protocol

    Start with Cumanda 2 times a day before meals, preferably breakfast and supper. Begin with 2 drops per day- 1 drop 30 minutes before one meal and 1 drop 30 minutes before another meal slowly building up to a full dose of 20 drops two times per day (40 drops a day).

    On the 2nd or 3rd week add Quina to the protocol. Begin with 2 drops per day- 1 drop 60 minutes before one meal and 1 drop 60 minutes before another meal slowly building up to a full dose of 20 drops two times per day (40 drops a day).

    After full dose of each product is achieved begin alternating between the Cumanda and Quina every two weeks. Take Cumanda for 12 ½ days stopping for 36 hours then, continue with the Quina for 12 ½ days, stopping for 36 hours.

    Discontinue using Quina after 2 months of full dosage and begin using Samento the same days that Quina was taken.

    Continue to alternate between Cumanda and Samento for at least two to three months. Most patients with chronic, third stage Lyme Disease require four to six months of treatment but never less than two months.

    Burbur- Take 8 drops immediately before each meal and at bedtime. If feeling toxic, the patient should add an additional dosage after each meal.

    Bromelain- Take 5 or 6 tablets / capsules twice daily (400-600 mg) with Samento, Cumanda or Quina.

    Chlorella- Take 3 capsules twice daily with Samento, Cumanda or Quina.

    Magnesium Malate- Take 2 to 6 capsules per day with Samento, Cumanda or Quina. Consider reducing the dose if the bowels are too loose.

    Water- drink 3 quarts or liters of pure drinking water per day.

    Diet- Blood type diet is recommended

    All Nutramedix liquid extracts should be taken at least 20 minutes apart from each other.

    All Nutramedix liquid extracts should be mixed with 4 ounces (120 ml) of pure drinking water, let sit for at least 60 seconds then drink.

    If fungal overgrowth is present use Cumanda at full dose for 2 months before alternating and avoid sugars, fruits, fruit juices and starches
  2. tansy

    tansy New Member

    What is BURBUR?

    Burbur is an extract produced from the leaves of Desmodium molliculum, a perennial plant that is harvested between 1,000 meters to 3,500 meters above sea level in Peru. Nutramedix, U.S. producer of Burbur, utilizes a proprietary extraction and enhancement process that makes this product far more effective than any other Desmodium molliculum product available.

    Primary Use Of Burbur:

    · LIVER DETOX

    · BLOOD PURIFIER

    · LYMPHATIC DETOX

    · KIDNEY DETOX

    · ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

    The herb in Burbur has been traditionally used for its body cleansing properties. It is very effective in aiding detoxification of the liver, kidneys, lymphatics and the ground matrix. Burbur is commonly used in conjunction with powerful antimicrobials produced by Nutramedix, Samento and Cumanda. Many health care professionals have reported that Burbur can be used in place of 6 detox remedies. In many cases a significant healing crisis (Herxheimer’s reaction) can be dramatically reduced or eliminated with the use of Burbur.

    There are no known contraindications, no known side effects and no known interactions with other drugs when using Desmodium molliculum products like Burbur. In May 2005, toxicology studies were conducted on Nutramedix Burbur at the University of Guayaquil, Ecuador. No toxic effects were reported even when laboratory rodents received 120,000 times the equivalent human dose.



    Some of the reported properties of the herb found in Burbur are:



    · ANTIASTHMATIC

    · ANTIMICROBIAL

    · ANTISPASMODIC

    · ANTI-INFLAMMATORY

    · ANTIMALARIAL

    · ANTITUMOR

    · ANTIVIRAL

    · ANTIPARASITIC

    · DIURETIC

    · DEPURATIVE

    · DIGESTIVE

    · IMMUNO-MODULATOR

    · ANTIANAPHYLACTIC

    · ANTIALLERGIC

    · SEDATIVE

    · CHRONOTROPIC

    · HEPATOPROTECTOR

    · INOTROPIC
  3. tansy

    tansy New Member

    What is CUMANDA?

    Cumanda is an herbal extract made from the bark of the Campsiandra angustifolia tree found in the Amazon basin. It has been used by indigenous groups in that region for hundreds of years.

    Known medicinal properties include:

    ANTIBACTERIAL
    ANTIFUNGAL
    ANTIVIRAL
    ANTIPARASITIC
    ANTI-INFLAMMATORY
    ANALGESIC
    IMMUNE SYSTEM MODULATOR
    Cumanda is very effective in treating the Borrelia burgdorferi bacteria, and practitioners are now using it in conjunction with Samento to treat Lyme Borrelisosis. Lyme Borreliosis has been linked to hundreds of medical conditions; many researchers and physicians believe that Lyme Borreliosis may be a factor in most chronic conditions.

    One of the most impressive benefits of Cumanda is its antifungal action. Physicians report that it is effective in treating many difficult to treat fungi including Mycosis fungoides, Candida krusei, Candida albicans and Aspergillus niger, to name a few.

    In May 2005, pharmacological studies were conducted in laboratory rodents at the University of Guayaquil in Ecuador . In an anti-inflammatory effect study the Nutramedix Cumanda inhibited inflammation by 97%. It was compared with Pfizer’s best selling and very toxic anti-inflammatory drug, Feldene (PIROXICAM), which inhibited inflammation by 98%.

    In another pharmacological study conducted in laboratory rodents at the University of Guayaquil in Ecuador . Nutramedix Cumanda was determined to be 86% as effective as aspirin as an analgesic.

    There are no known contraindications, no known side effects and no known interactions with other drugs when using Campsiandra angustifolia products like Cumanda. In May 2005, toxicology studies were conducted on Nutramedix Cumanda at the University of Guayaquil, Ecuador. No toxic effects were reported even when laboratory rodents received 240,000 times the equivalent human dose.