Fluke Drug Treatment Protocol: Praziquantel kills all species of flukes in the blood, liver, GI tract, pancreas, & lungs. It's taken together with Albendazole, which systemically kills leftover eggs, larva, & cysts & those disseminated or scattered throughout the body. These drugs have synergistic action when taken together, versus taking each drug as a separate treatment, & result in higher cure rates. For hyperinfection cases, several cycles of drug treatment may be required. Before starting a new cycle, rest the liver for 7 days. Praziquantel (Biltricide): Take 1 dose* (25mg/kg), tablets or gelcaps**, 3 times daily, evenly spaced 6 hrs apart, for 3 days. Take each dose with 8oz water. Take AM/PM doses with Albendazole (see below). Rest liver for 7 days. Repeat dosage for 3 days. See Drug Schedule below. *Dosage Example: Each Dose = 25mg/kg Your weight = 160lb = 72.57kg (rounded 73kg) Tablet = 600mg Tab Dosage = 25mg x 73kg = 1,825mg (1,800mg rounded) Tab Dosage = 1,800mg divided by 600 = 3 tabs Tabs 1 Day = 3 tabs x 3 times = 9 tabs Tabs 3 Days = 9 tabs x 3 days = 27 tabs Tabs 6 Days = 9 tabs x 6 days = 54 tabs Albendazole (Albenza): Take 1 dose,* 400mg tablet or 3.5ml suspension, twice daily, AM/PM, evenly spaced 12 hrs apart, for 14 days. On Days 1-3 & 11-13, take with AM/PM doses of Praziquantel (see above). Take each dose with 8oz water & 40g fat.** See Drug Schedule below. Albendazole is poorly absorbed in the gut, so you must chew tablet very well. Notes: Drug Schedule Day 1-3 of treatment: 6AM: Take 1 dose of Prazi & Alben w/8oz water & 40g fatty meal. 12PM: Take 1 dose of Prazi w/8oz water & light meal. 6PM: Take 1 dose of Prazi & Alben w/8oz water & 40g fatty meal. Day 4-10 of treatment: 6AM & 6PM: Take 1 dose of Alben w/8oz water & 40g fatty meal. Days 11-13 of treatment: 6AM: Take 1 dose of Prazi & Alben w/8oz water & 40g fatty meal. 12PM: Take 1 dose of Prazi w/8oz water & light meal. 6PM: Take 1 dose of Prazi & Alben w/8oz water & 40g fatty meal. On Day 14 of treatment: 6AM & 6PM: Take 1 dose of Alben w/8oz water & 40g fatty meal.
If fluke infection persists after treatment, rest liver for 7 days, then repeat above schedule with these drugs. Dosing Tips: Recommend taking these antiparasitic vitamins & supplements, especially Zinc & Sulfur (MSM), during treatment: http://curezone.com/forums/fm.asp?i=1575262#i. Eat high-fiber foods & drink 8 glasses of fluids daily to flush out parasitic die-off & toxins. During drug treatment, stop using herbal remedies, flushes, cleanses, DE, laxatives, colonics, MMS, nutrasilver, RIFE, zappers, & other OTC parasite products. None of these methods cure parasite infections. They can be very toxic, destroy beneficial gut flora, & impair organs of the digestive system. They cause parasites to scatter everywhere, carrying enteric pathogens from the GI tract with them. And they counteract & remove parasite drugs from your system. Disseminated parasites & toxins throughout the body create hyperinfection & severely impact the immune system. Then it's an uphill battle to eradicate them & repair damage done to the body. For constipation or if worms or larva migrate to lower colon/anal area out of reach of meds in upper intestines: ~ At bedtime, take 1-2 tsp mineral oil to soften stool & loosen grip of worms & larva. Wear underwear protection, because if you pass gas, you might "burn oil". (lol) ~ Or use a Fleet saline enema to flush out stool, worms, larva, die-off, & toxins from the colon. Nineteen (79.2%) of 24 patients were egg-negative two months after treatment. In three of these cases who accepted a second round of therapy with triclabendazole six months after the first treatment, the ELISA results became negative in all three six months after parasitologic cure and remained negative until the end of the period. Due to its efficacy, excellent tolerance, and ease of administration (a single oral dose), triclabendazole appears to be the drug of choice for chronic human fascioliasis.
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