- May 16, 2018
From what I am finding, it seems low dose administration of benficial antibiotics is much different than higher dose regimens as is customary for acute infections when prescribed by a medical professional. However, people here, even after taking high doses for a course for acute infections, have reported that they experienced positive ongoing effects after treatment, particularly due to effect on the gut.
I am wondering whether they may have experienced the same relief on the lower dose,longer - term regimens that seem to be preferable and healthier or whether in some cases the higher dose, shorter -term regimens were actually better is some cases of extreme imbalance? And that if following a regimen closer to what Dr. Peat has shared with a few larger doses followed by smaller doses could be applied to the classically medically prescribed regimens and still clear infections while providing the other benefits that the low dose regimens yield? Or are the larger dose regimens necessary for active infections even if they are not life threatening. Opinions?
You'd have to be a guinea pig, take the plunge and let us know.