Last time, I wrote about starting serrapeptase, a biofilm dissolver and cyst-buster, to my coiling regimen. It was starting to get to me back then. Taking serrapeptase is like kicking a hornets’ nest. Apparently I learned this the first time I took it several years back (yes, I go back and read my own blog posts). This time around, I realized that it’s better to stop taking it and try again after the symptoms calm down a bit, rather than shelving it for several more years.
It took more than a week of coiling for Bartonella and Lyme, primarily on my central nervous system, to get my heart to beat properly. The pain, palpitations, and tricuspid prolapse all became less intense day by day after I stopped. I then took another week off coiling altogether to go see flowers in the deserts of California (photos below). That gave me time to let the herx symptoms pass as well. However, it retaught me one of my old rules of thumb: Coil Babesia 2-3x daily for 21 consecutive days after the symptoms stop if you want to avoid an immediate relapse. I made it three days before the nightsweats started up again, having only coiled 15 days past the last Babesia symptom.
During my time off the serrapeptase, I thought about how to approach it in such a way that it doesn’t incapacitate me, but that I still make progress. In a way, it reminds me of the first year of coiling. Too much and I have to stop for a while. Not enough and I stop making progress.
The current plan for serrapeptase is to cut the dosage in half to 60,000 units per day, and to take it for seven days. At the end of seven days, I’ll see where I am, symptom-wise, and likely stop for a week (or continue up to one more week before I stop). However it works out, that will be my new pattern, at least until the serrapeptase doesn’t make me quite so symptomatic quite so quickly.
(One caveat is that I’m going to visit my family for Easter and be unable to coil for 10 days. I’ll restart the serrapeptase when I get back.)
Babesia @ 1583 Hz
I’ve been using the new coil that lets me call higher frequencies for a while now. With this coil, I can do about 28 minutes at 1583Hz in one sitting before the coil gets too hot. This is so much better than I could do with the other coils, which have a higher inductance, and could only do about 8 minutes at 1583Hz before I had to turn them off.
Here is the protocol I’ve been using. It seemed to get the infection load down to no symptoms after a week to 10 days with daily coiling. Then my goal is to continue it for 21 more days to achieve a remission.
Draft Babesia Coiling Protocol @ 1583Hz
- Head: Each side, top, back – 1 minute per location
- Each shoulder knob – 1 minute
- Each side of ribcage (and adjacent arm) – 1 minute
- Chest (slightly to the left, over the heart) – 10 minutes
- Abdomen – 5 minutes
- Each shoulder blade – 1 minute
- Spine: upper, middle, lower – 1 minute per location
- Between legs: thighs, knees, calves – 1 minute per location
- Feet through coil – 1 minute
- Each ilium front (the top of the hip bone) – 1 minute
- Each hip bursa (where the top of the femur meets the ilium) – 1 minute
- Lower abdomen (over pubic bone) – 1 minute
- Liver – 10 minutes
- Spleen (done lying face down) – 10 minutes
- Right Kidney (also face down) – 10 minutes
- Each ilium back on the side – 1 minute
- Each iliac crest (adjacent to lower spine) – 1 minute
- Sitbones (from the lower part of the buttocks) – 1 minute
It occurred to me while talking to a friend who coils that I need to do a few other frequencies. None of these has given me a big herx in the past, and I haven’t always been sure that they were worthwhile. The two frequencies I have in mind are 690Hz and 880Hz. The reason to try them again is that as I use the serrapeptase to break down the biofilms, many different types of bacteria (and viruses?) might be hiding inside and will become activated. Those two frequencies are usually targeted for mycoplasma and Epstein-Barr virus, but they seem to have an effect on a larger spectrum of symptom-causing microbes.
During the two weeks that I used serrapeptase last month, I found that I had a mild herx from 690Hz. I haven’t tried 880Hz yet. However, today, in a few hours, in fact, I will try them both. I’ll use them on my central nervous system, since I think the biofilms are at the base of the nerves as they exit my spine, and on my abdomen and chest, to get the organs where biofilms might be growing, as well as my blood stream. I’ll let you know how that goes.
The Beauty and Nature Bank
Now for a few photos from my trip with Joe to see desert flowers. We go on these trips to the beautiful, natural environments around us to build up a recognition of the good in the world. It makes day to day life, health and work struggles, and stress in general, much easier to handle when we have recent good experiences of the world.
Categories: using the coil machine
Tags: babesia, serrapeptase, superbloom2019
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