antibiotic or antifungal?
I was talking to a pharmacist friend of mine who I've shared the Wheldon protocol with and how it works. I was explaining to her that a pulse is when you're on a bacterioside, either metronidazolei or tinidazole for a period of up to five days, then off of it for the following three weeks, then repeat that process. I told her about being on two bacteriostatic drugs constantly at other times.
She commented on metronidazole being classified as an antifungal rather than an antibiotic, which surprised me, but that's how it's classified here by pharmacists. I suppose it's possible that she was remembering incorrectly but I trust her judgement and professionalism. This raised the question in my mind as to whether or not it was an antifungal and whether or not it would be helpful in combatting candida and other fungi one might contract while following the protocol? Of course, since it's only pulsed, I'm thinking it will only help for the five days on a pulse but would be interested in opinions.