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Does Una de Gato interfere with Primal Defense? nmi

Posted by Nate on September 24, 2001 at 19:18:54:

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Why do you think it might? nmi

Posted by R. on September 24, 2001 at 22:23:23:

In Reply to: Does Una de Gato interfere with Primal Defense? nmi posted by Nate on September 24, 2001 at 19:18:54:




No. it doesn't. nmi

Posted by Helping you on September 25, 2001 at 00:27:57:

In Reply to: Does Una de Gato interfere with Primal Defense? nmi posted by Nate on September 24, 2001 at 19:18:54:

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Re: Because it has antibiotic capabilities. nmi

Posted by Nate on September 25, 2001 at 10:48:28:

In Reply to: Why do you think it might? nmi posted by R. on September 24, 2001 at 22:23:23:

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Re: PD's intelligence

Posted by Nate on September 27, 2001 at 10:38:03:

In Reply to: Does Una de Gato interfere with Primal Defense? nmi posted by Nate on September 24, 2001 at 19:18:54:

Question:

And thanks for your posts. Okay--The bugs in Primal Defense proliferate your GI tract, hunt down and kill the bad guys, and leave the good guys alone. How does it know the difference between the good guys and the bad guys? I'm working from an antibiotic-oriented paradigm, so that's why I don't "get it". Now you can understand my motivation for the Una de Gato question. I know that it is anti-bacterial, anti-viral, and anti-parasitic, so I was afraid that it might kill the bacteria in PD, too. I know that some supplements only kill the bad guys, while other supplements kill BOTH the good and the bad. Anyway, I'd really appreciate it if someone could set me straight on this. Thanks!



Re: PD's intelligence (Archive in probiotics.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on September 29, 2001 at 07:11:37:

In Reply to: Re: PD's intelligence posted by Nate on September 27, 2001 at 10:38:03:

Hi, Nate.

The basic way this works is that ALL systems in the bodymind tend to create environments that are friendly to their own kind. If it were not for the LGS (creating an environment unfriendly to the good bacteria) they would still be there controlling, and creating, the environment that is unfriendly to the bad guys.

The good bugs do not directly attack the bad guys (or vice versa).

ENOUGH of the good guys can overwhelm the bad environment created by the bad guys. This is not the most effective way to resolve this struggle. That is why I encourage everyone to deal with the LGS so that the good guys can get established once again and the bad guys will look for greener pastures.

Hope this makes sense to you.

Walt



Re: still have a question

Posted by Nate on September 29, 2001 at 11:31:17:

In Reply to: Re: PD's intelligence (Archive in probiotics.) posted by Walt Stoll on September 29, 2001 at 07:11:37:

Thanks, Dr. Stoll. I think that I understand that part pretty well. Now I just need one more bit of information, if that's okay---I've heard that something like grapefruit seed extract is a great anti-everything bad. But it also kills the good guys. But then there's something like Oil of Oregano which I hear only kills the bad guys and leaves the good guys alone. That's why I was asking about Una de Gato with Primal Defense. I didn't know which category it fell under: kill everyone or kill only bad guys. And they told me it killed only bad guys. So, now I'm wondering how these supplements "know" who is good and who is bad. They're just herbs. How can they tell? Thank you.



Re: still have a question

Posted by JoanNAz on September 29, 2001 at 12:49:58:

In Reply to: Re: still have a question posted by Nate on September 29, 2001 at 11:31:17:

Hi, perhaps I can help with this one (although I am not an expert).

Try thinking of these as you would prescription antibiotics, available in different strengths. Some are "broad spectrum," i.e. they kill everything; some are more "narrow spectrum," i.e. they kill specific types. This is more the nature of the agent (herb) rather than a function of intelligence.

I hope this answer makes it a little clearer.
Take care :) JoanNAz

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Re still have a question: What is the spectrum of herbal effectiveness in the gut? (Archive in dysbiosis.)

Posted by Walt Stoll on October 01, 2001 at 09:53:53:

In Reply to: Re: still have a question posted by Nate on September 29, 2001 at 11:31:17:

Hi, Nate.

Listen to JoanNAz.

How do the good guys make the environment inside the gut friendly to THEIR growth and bad for the bad guys? How do the bad guys do the same thing for themselves?

You really need to become a student of this to fully understand. It has taken me 9 years of education post highschool, 30 years of practice and thousands of hours of postgraduate education to understand this and I am STILL learning.

Let us know what you learn.

Walt

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Re: Pepto Bismol & PD?

Posted by Nate on October 01, 2001 at 12:56:10:

In Reply to: Does Una de Gato interfere with Primal Defense? nmi posted by Nate on September 24, 2001 at 19:18:54:

Thanks for your responses. I have one more question. I'm taking Pepto for symptoms until PD can kick in. I know it coats the stomach and intestines, where PD is supposed to settle in and do its job. Is the Pepto blocking the PD from settling in like it's supposed to? I don't take them close together, but I know that the coating action of Pepto lasts awhile, so I didn't know if that blocked PD or if the PD would get busy eating the Pepto instead of the junk on my intestinal walls. Thanks again, everybody.

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