Potentially disabling conditions (diseases) that effects various parts of he body. Eg. MS effects the brain and spinal cord (central nervous system).
Dr. Ardis in his clinical practice has proven results in treating the auto-immune condition called lupus. He targets parasitic microbes that are found in the spleen. Lupus and other autoimmune conditions have similarities and based on these similarities we looked at the common treatments to rid the body of parasitic microbes (4:02)
Observation of compounds shown to work:
Ivermectin use (off-label) proved to alleviate the problem of MS symptoms. Information click/tap (animal study)
Hydroxychloroquine use (off-label) proved to alleviate the problem of MS symptoms. Information click/tap
Based on the information researched, we have concluded that Dr. Ardis’s summation is correct about parasites in the spleen causes the body’s immune system to go haywire. We have found that treatments to improve the lupus condition also have an effect on Multiple Sclerosis (MS). These results point to a common cause (parasites in the body are the root cause of auto-immune conditions). Are parasite expressions the only root cause found by BSol? No, other studies that were done by an MD point to another root source (Dr. Paul Thomas on the subject).
Treatment Recommendations for Doctors to consider (Natural Approach is ideal)
Here are the required drugs that are proven to work and improve autoimmune conditions (MS, Lupus, etc):
Dosage guidelines based on body weight:
15 to 25 kg: 3 mg orally one time
26 to 44 kg: 6 mg orally one time
45 to 64 kg: 9 mg orally one time
65 to 84 kg: 12 mg orally one time
85 kg or more: 0.15 mg/kg orally one time
Treatment Schedule (Ivermectin)
The average treatment time and dosage amount for Ivermectin parasites can vary depending on the type of parasite being treated and the severity of the infection.
For example, in the treatment of scabies, a common parasitic infection of the skin, a single dose of oral Ivermectin is usually given at a dose of 200 mcg per kg of body weight. This dose may be repeated in one to two weeks if necessary.
In the treatment of onchocerciasis, another parasitic infection caused by the worm Onchocerca volvulus, a single dose of Ivermectin at 150 mcg per kg of body weight is usually given every 6 to 12 months for several years, as long-term treatment is often necessary to prevent the development of blindness and other serious complications.
For other parasitic infections, such as strongyloidiasis and lymphatic filariasis, the dosing and treatment schedule may be different, so it is important to follow the advice of a healthcare professional.
Best Treatment Time (Ivermectin)
A single dose of Ivermectin is usually given orally on an empty stomach, preferably with a full glass of water. It is typically taken in the morning, as this can reduce the occurrence of adverse effects, such as dizziness, which can occur after taking the medication.
It is important to note that the use of Ivermectin for the treatment of parasitic infections should only be done under the supervision of a healthcare professional, as inappropriate use can lead to serious side effects.
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Usual Adult Dose
400 mg salt (310 mg base) orally once a week
Weight-based dosing: 6.5 mg/kg salt (5 mg/kg base) orally once a week
Maximum dose: 400 mg salt (310 mg base)/dose
This drug should be administered on the same day of each week.
Treatment Schedule (Hydroxychloroquine):
Hydroxychloroquine is not typically used to treat parasites. It is an anti-malarial drug that is sometimes used off-label for other conditions such as rheumatoid arthritis and lupus. Note: Malaria is caused by a PARASITE.
The dosage and treatment duration of hydroxychloroquine can vary depending on the condition being treated, the patient’s weight, and other factors. For example, in the treatment of malaria, the recommended dose of hydroxychloroquine is usually 800 mg followed by 400 mg at 6, 24, and 48 hours after the initial dose.
Best Treatment Time (Hydroxychloroquine):
Hydroxychloroquine is usually taken orally with food or a glass of milk to reduce stomach upset. For the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis and lupus, Hydroxychloroquine is usually taken orally with or without food, usually once or twice a day as directed by a healthcare professional. The timing of the dose may vary depending on the patient’s schedule and preferences.
It is important to note that the use of hydroxychloroquine should only be done under the supervision of a healthcare professional, as inappropriate use can lead to serious side effects. Furthermore, it is not recommended for the treatment of COVID-19 or any other viral infections.
Common ivermectin side effects may include:
headache, muscle aches;
nausea, diarrhea; or
mild skin rash.
Common side effects of hydroxychloroquine may include:
nausea or vomiting;
loss of appetite;
feeling nervous or irritable;
skin rash or itching; or hair loss.
Omega 3 Fish Oil (EPA) 1,200mg /day + DHA 800mg /day (REM: Do not use brands that contain alpha-tocopherol – syntectic) | Vit D-3 over 5,000 to 15,000 IUs /day | Magnesium 800mg /day | Potassium 99mg /day
Ubiquinol Co-Q10 200mg /day | PQQ 20mg /day
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