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How much and  (optimally) how often and which variety?  I think Sarah mentioned one that is better than others, but I cannot remember its name.

Thanx ahead of time for helping us!



You have managed to alienate at least a thousand customers with your trivial, irrelevant posts.  You will reap what you sow!


Is anyone "mopping" with Chlorella?  We need to know how much and how often is needed to "work."  E is taking the recommended doseage written on the bottle. I think it's 3 pills a day. She takes it  all at one time, once a day, when she is "going down" for the night. She has been doing the Chlorella for three weeks. There is little or no diference in die off symptoms yet. PLEASE, would someone tell us what works for you?

Thank you!


chlorella vs activated charcoal

IF I understand correctly, Chlorella can be taken at any time as a "mopper." Charcoal needs a two hour window on either side of meds and supplementsi. What is to stop Chlorella from absorbing the "good stuff" like Charcoal does?






This body of mine has been haunted:

Infested with beasties unwanted.

Its doors slam shut;

The lights flicker, but

Exorcism continues undaunted!



Cp in triplicate

Does anyone know what stimulates  a reticular body to morph into the cryptic stage? Is there space for more than one Cpni cell stage inside one host cell? What triggers a cryptic formi to abandon its protective coating ? Does it remain a reticular body inside its coat of armor?Does it ever emerge from its crypt?

Trying to figure out Amoxicillini's job in the CAPi triggered these questions. I realized I didn't understand how the three stages of Cpn developed from each other. I believe Amoxi 's job is to attack EBs. I presume it attacks both newly arrived EBs and the EBs the RBs release when they mature to explode the host cell.

If I have this wrong, please set me straight.

Thank you.

MSmom    Betsy

Amoxicillin/ NAC

Does anyone remember the olden days , before NACi, when Amoxi was used in the CAPi ?

I'm thinking E needs Amoxi to kill Elementary bodies. She has taken nothing to specifically attack EBs for the past 12 months. She cannot do NAC right now; it throws her "over the edge" along with other high sulfur food and meds. BUT, since discontinuing NAC, she has had no noticible glimmers or improvements. If we knew the recommended dosage for Amoxicillini,  we could get it prescribed for November.

In hindsight, she feels like she has "wasted" these many months of treatment. I think not, but I KNOW she needs help to accomodate Cpni treatment with other  medical issues.

Still need an answer

If someone with a Cpni infection is doing the CAPi, is it necessary to take the NACi supplement ? or Amoxicillini?     In what way does NOT taking either affect the efficacy of the protocol?

Mac, thank you for the Tinidazole advice: one less stress.


"bio identical"

Is anyone using "bio identical" neutraceuticals (supplementsi) in  place of "synthetic' supplementsi:vitamins, amino acids, antioxidents, etc?   The explanations  "appear" legitimate: are they? ie: methyl  colabalamine in place of cyana (sp) colabalamine (B 12)    Alpha Lipoic Acid">i r  in place of alpha lipoic acid  s (synthetic) , a combination of B5 and B6 to replace synthetic B6.

"Bio identical"  makers claim their supplements are more efficiently utilized by the body: that their chemical makeup and structure  mimic ithe supplement in its naturally occuring form. Synthetic supplements are not "carbon copies" of the original.. However, it seems obvious that both are synthetically made.

Taking out the garbage

If toxins and dead or dying cells remain in tissues for extended periods of time (months/years) and/or if same recirculate through the blood numerous times, is the formation of casncerous cells a logical consequence? Especially in light of a damaged immunei system?

I'm wondering if "moppers" are a necessity; not merely a "comfort" tool. AND if the moppers we have available DO what needs to be done efficiently. OR, do we simply wait  out the inflammationi: "all in Nature's good time"?

I watch Erica's extreme inflammatory reaction to the abxi for the past year. Several great "glimmers"  have occurred, but the feet and legs are many times worse than this time last year.



Hey, Everybody: especially Jim!

Have you noticed that Cpnhelp has made it to the top of Google's list of chlamydia pneumoniae sites? If my information is correct, web sites are listed in order of the number of "hits"each site receives. The site with the most hits is placed at the top of the list. However, a top listing may be purchased, which may explain  highlighted  sites which appear above sll the rest. I searched for the sites which appeared over Cpnhelp for so many years, and found them listed separately under "chlamydia." Isn't it refreshing to NOT be confused with them! Wouldn't it be nice if others, who shall remain unnamed, would be so discerning?

Yaay for all of us! Thank you, Jim

Betsy  MSmom



I love this site, but not tonight. It won't let me ask Cpni "winners" for some help the suffering"yearlings" need. I've been trying for three hours!

I believe it would be extremely useful to know how long after beginning the CAPi it took to experience the kinds of glimmers which told you there was improvement at the end of this dark, unbearable tunnel. And what those small glimmers were. We expect each time frame to be as different as the person describing theirs. How long did YOUR dark days last?  Then what?

Hoping the nurturers, on this Mothers' Day, will answer.

I'm asking because several members seem to be barely balancing on the "edge. "

Thank you in advance!

Betsy: MSmom


Another Limeric

Are you ready for this one?


            This liver of mine becomes wearier:

            Poisoned from dying bacteria.

            The garbage piles up

            When my own cells erupt,

            So, "Get thee behind me," Porphyriai!


blood test for Cpn

Does anyone know of a lab anywhere near NE Ohio which measures Cpni load accurately? Garth and Nancy Nicolson seem to imply that labs and techs trained by them, do it routinely. Does Medicare even cover such a test? We're well aware of the plethora of false results reported here. It would be nice to have some sort of benchmark from which to gauge MSdtr's improvements. Like most of us, we keep on keepin' on, blindly hoping.  Thanx!




Wondering?  Does anybody know?

We swallow a variety of supplementsi every day. Given the possible double reactions with HCL in the stomach, do we know which supps become a different chemical substance and which ones remain intact?  Does it matter??

1,000 TYs



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