Which TF is best for EBV?

Discussion in 'Transfer Factor' started by Madelyn, Oct 24, 2006.

  1. Madelyn

    Madelyn New Member

    I've been taking 540 for a long time. Just wondered if another one is better specifically for EBV.
    Thanks!
    Madelyn
  2. spacee

    spacee Member

    When I checked your bio (as I am learning to do since some of us are out of the US), I noticed that you had posted asking for a doc who was knowledgeable about lyme for your daughter.

    There are two transfer factors that target EBV. The 540 and Immune Transfer C. The 2nd one also targets lyme.

    Now, I know a woman whose entire family for 3 generations have been diagnosed with lyme. She lives in Texas and it was contagious in her family...passing to family members who had not had tick bites. They all go to a Lyme Specialist.

    Personally, I would be interested to see if the Immune Transfer C did more for you. You could try a bottle. If that didn't do anything then trying the Mycoplus would be interesting to see if that did more. The Mycoplus does not have EBV so you would need to continue with the 540.

    I didn't know that I had mycoplasms until I tried the Marshall Protocol. I have never been tested for them. Trying a medicine or transfer factor without being tested is called a theraputic probe. You see if it will benefit you.

    Mikie took Doxycylcine for 2 1/2 years for her mycoplasms. That is an antibiotic. She didn't take it daily but pulsed it. Pulsing is usually the best way because it confuses the pathogens.

    Mikie is having gallbladder problems/surgery so she has been here. Posting to her on the other board might help if you have a question for her.

    Blessing,

    Spacee
  3. Mikie

    Mikie Moderator

    Surgery is over and I'm doing well.

    I took the Doxy for the mycoplasma infection for 2 1/2 years total. The protocol calls for taking the ABX for six months and then pulsing them for six weeks on and two weeks off. If one cannot stay off them for the full two weeks without symptoms' returning, one should go right back on them for another six weeks. Eventually, one will be able to stay off them for longer and longer periods of time.

    I didn't know about the myco TF at the time. Knowing what I know now, I probably would have started with the ABX and switched at some point.

    Hope this helps.

    Love, Mikie

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