Very interesting! Okay...my L-Lysine supplements say take one a day. It's only 500 mgs. How many mgs. of L-Lysine should I get for a month and then after a month how many mgs. of L-Arginine should I be getting? What has worked in your tests? If you are a homeopath and charge an hourly fee for this info. just let me know and I'll contact you privately for a consultation. If it's okay to post, would you please give me an estimate of mgs. I should start with....or is this something the homeopath will tell me?
take it..dearle..slurp it I'd like to say 2-3 x daily means 1-1-1-0 for intake of Lysine or 1-0-1-0 500mg's ok....in the first week.... then second week...L'Arginine as mentioned above... but dont' be confused when taking the Arginine..might have some nice sideeffects .......(btw on males and women ) then re-begin with L'Lysine.....and the other week take the L'Arginine... until supplements are fisnished...and then get onto the Solgars
You might contact me at your ease, but please don't ask me to charge you whatsoever... I am a guest here on this site...and only want that everybody feels fine btw...perhaps colostrum should be a good alternative too after all the treatments;) ...why...because it is very innocif and works super...as I'd heared it here in Switzerland...even in such undesirables situation
Okay Tomatilla, don't lose patience. A couple more questions to clarify.
I take 2-3 pills of 500 mgs. each day of Lysine for a week. Then I take 2-3 pills of 500 mgs. each day of Arginine for a week. Then, 2-3 pills of 500 mgs. of Lysine for a week. Then, 2-3 pills of 500 mgs. of Arginine for a week.
Then, I am to take Solgar 75 Amino acids? Or do I keep taking Lysine and Arginine until they are gone? (a 30 day supply would last two months taking both)
How many mgs. of Solgar do I take each day? How long do I take the Solgar?
Also, I said the protein powder I use had Lysine and Arginine in it. Should I stop taking it because the Lysine and Arginine are both in there? I know I should stop because it's whey.
Thanks to you for clarifying too. I don't quite have the courage to do this--am trying the "off the web" rub on stuff for them--a long-past history of shingles has made me (perhaps wrongly) reluctant to mess with the Lysine/Arginine balance, since it seems to be implicated in other herpes breakouts--but I may yet.
you pointed it out the best it might be ...it's ok like that; I saw that almost about 4 weeks and then go on the complete program of Solgars, and no other stufs more...might be enough like that. welcome
Llenai, I have started using the medicine by mail, skipped the oil part--so it dries much faster--and it seems in a tiny way to be helping even after a couple of days. The largest ones are flatter, and the tiny ones seem to be getting smaller, starting at the edges, although only a hair's breadth. It would be wonderful to find something simple (and not have to mess with my diet, which I have worked hard on). I do smell like myrrh and camphor, but it is that season for taking out winter clothes, so I hope it just seems like that (or heavy perfume) . Actually, I rather like it. Good luck to us all!
Elizabeth, Glad to see it's helping. I don't use the oil when I use it. I would rather it work faster than gentler. I think I'll do better as it moves into winter clothing season because when it dries it leaves brown dots and truthfully I am covered with dots when I treat myself. Do you find it takes a while to dry? I try to do it when I get out of the shower and then by the time I finish doing my makeup it seems to have dried well enough to get dressed.
Yes, there is browny-yellow stuff when it dries. Even in the summer, this is a pretty dressy place, so I am well covered up, but winter is easy. I put it on at night, and in the morning. Good hand-eye coordination test to keep it from dripping. I'll give more reports after it's had a while. If this works, I intend to inform the dermatologist!
I also read, either on the website or on the instruction page with the product ,that they will pay $300 in product if you send a before, during and after photo showing the product works. You might check it out. I just bought a digital camera this weekend and plan to take some photos.
Tomatilla, have no concern. I am just still not yet ready to try shifting the balance of aminos (since I don't see signs of a problem there, and don't want to stir one up), and am trying the superficial approach first. Down the road, I may try "plan B" a try and am very grateful for your explicit directions!
Llenai, Well, it is definitely working. The smallest ones (just a tiny red streak, not a raised dot) are turning skin color, and the larger ones are infinitesimally smaller (starting at the outside, just a fraction of a hair more "skin color" and less red raised dot/blob depending on size). I wish I knew why the magic was working, however. The rate is such that I think 2 months will be about right for the large ones, a month for the small, unraised ones. The skin seems to be thickening on the top too. The bad news? I have the sense that doing ANYTHING to these things causes them to seed--I see more little red dots. But it gives some sense of control to know you can go after the worst ones.
Oh, GREAT Elizabeth!! Yes, if it's works on the worst ones in the worst places at least that is something. Mine continue to pop up. I don't know WHAT is causing this sudden burst. I have new ones reach the surface daily it seems. I mean, the dermatologist said they usually get worse after 40, but it's like they are rushing to cover me by my 40th birthday which is April.
And my daughter has two warts (I think) on her hands that are also growing very rapidly. I am putting the same stuff on her but I'm not consistent enough with it either. Plus it's hard for her to sit still while it dries.
Would soy milk cause these things to grow?? I've been eating raw foods for about a year and a half and recently began adding a couple things the BTD says I can have but the raw diet doesn't. I've incorporated soy milk back in, mozarella cheese and rice. And, like I said, I tried the protein powder for about a month, but it was whey. I've since stopped, but plan to get the BTD protein powder soon.
On the ingredients for this new skin stuff: It has aloe, manna, senna leaves, rhubarb root, zedvoary root, theriac venezian, angelica root, carline thistle root, myrrh, camphor, saffron, stinging nettle, St. John's Wort in a base of alcohol.
Please note that Swedish bitters, which one drinks, and is a herbal tonic, invented or discovered by 18th Century Swedish medic Dr. Claus Samst, looks awrfully similar. As may be guessed from its name, it is a type of bitters. It is claimed to cure a large number of ailments (including gallstones) and help digestion. However these claims are presented with little in the way of scientific evidence to back them up.
One published recipe uses the ingredients:- aloe, myrrh, saffron, senna leaves, camphor, angelica root, zedvoary root, manna, theriac venezian, carline thistle root and rhubarb root. So the "stuff" substitutes nettle for rhubarb, and adds St. John's wort. I was very curious about it--maybe someone just tried rubbing on Swedish bitters!