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Re: Boric acid vaginal suppositories?


Moxidectin has a half-life of 23 days.

ivermectin has half-life of 18 hours with all of it and its metabolites excreted via feces and gone from your body in 12 days.

You _can_ take ivermectin after dosing on Moxidectin..... BUT you better be damn good with your math, dosage amounts and schedules, and know exactly what youíre doing with it because if you get too large an amount of the combo in your system it will cross the blood-brain barrier in neurotoxic levels... there is no possible antidote and if you life thru it, youíll likely have permanent brain damage. The combo can have an impressively devastating effect on a disseminated Mansonella Ozzardi infestation where the microfillaria are approaching hyperinfection levels, but then again I recommend you do not attempt to take both while you still have a lot of Moxi still in your system. i was a fool for doing it, but it did work for me. I did all the math first and triple checked my calculations and precision of doses. Unless youíre an uber elite math and Science badass and think you know everything that could possibly be known about it, donít combine the two in your body at the same time..

it still does virtually nothing to the adult worms except piss them off so bad they might attempt dissolving holes in your skin and escaping thru your face, where they will die when about 1/2Ē of their body sticks out of the bloody hole they just made and meets the atmospheric air.
They like to try to escape your body via holes inside the linings of your nose too, so donít eat any boogers you pick out of your nose... instead have a look at those boogers under about 15-20x magnification and see the cute little sad faces your boogers happen to have. This behavior of the adult worms makes me think about the proverbial imagery of rats abandoning a burning ship. If the adults have the symbiotic bacteria in them (not all do) then doxycycline will eventually eliminate them by blocking their ability to reproduce and by interfering with their metabolism of nutrients to stay alive. Much patience is needed for that, and long term use of doxycycline can cause its own mental health problems including feeling like either wanting to commit suicide or twisting off onto a random mass-murder killing spree with a flamethrower but you canít decide which.
 

 
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