transfer factor

Discussion in 'Transfer Factor' started by tulip, Oct 12, 2002.

  1. tulip

    tulip New Member

    Hi All I am a newbie I have chronic mucocutaneous candidiasis and I was thinking about using transfer factor but I don't know which formula I should use. Does anyone have any idea all help is appreciated
  2. billdoe

    billdoe New Member

    tulip, my doctor recomended 1 tablet in the morning and 1 tablet at night.the reason for the low dose is some people have flu like symptoms at first. but i have read some things that say people should take 3 tablets 3 x a day and another doctor says take as much of it as you need until you get the results you need then back down. in the web site transferfactor.ws they give you a good example of how to try it. good luck bill m
  3. tulip

    tulip New Member

    Thanks for your help Bill
  4. sun1

    sun1 New Member

    My doc orders Transfer Factor 7000 from Advanced Medical that is geared to target flora overgrowths common with Candida. It needs to be ordered by a doc. i cant get my hands on it but any physician can. If you give your doctors the number 1800-3666056 they can access the ordering info..
    Take care!

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