Starting Out

Low doses do not get clinical results! Through the years, the mistake I have seen people making repeatedly is under-dosing. However, that does not mean you have to race to the top, not unless it is an emergency like stage 4 or 5 cancer. If one’s life is measured in terms of only days then there is little to lose and everything to gain by increasing dosages as quickly as possible.

Someone with Ebola or grave flu and on life support do not have as much time as a cancer patient, whose disease progresses much more slowly. If one has a serious infection and are just starting out it is a race to the top but in measured steps. One can increase, instead of day by day, every two or three hours.

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When taking something for the first time, you need to start with a minimum dose, like you would putting your toes in the water to check the temperature. Powders or tonics can be mixed in varying concentrations by using more or less water. In emergency situations when you cannot afford the luxury of driving up the doses slowly, it is best to work with a health professional.

Since each substance in the protocol offers strong medical firepower, with each working in synchronicity with the others, it changes our calculations and dependency on any one agent acting alone.  

Combining methods of administration is the best way of maximizing intake of medicinals. One can use IVs, take medicinal baths, intake orally, use enemas, nebulize and apply transdermally (topically) directly on the skin depending on which protocol item you are using and what you are treating and its severity.

Care must be taken to pay attention to your own body and adjust according to how you feel. Your body’s feeling state gives much useful feedback so pay attention to it and its reactions.