Breathing clear while walking the Medsea Forest in Spain

Hello Jim,

Two years ago I followed the protocol with Azithromycin / Zithromax for 8 or 9 months. At the beginning I improved drastically but it was temporary. After that I returned to a chronic state of asthma. I was very disappointed as I was certain my asthma was infectious by nature.

A few years later I was started on symbicort but it seemed the more I used it the worse I gradually became. The more I used cortisone, the weaker my immune system became. Logic was telling me the infection was free to spread as I weakend my immune system with the cortisone. Anyways, by last Christmas I was worse than ever. Apart from having asthma I developed a hacking cough. It just never stopped.. I was so bad I decided to check your website after these two years to see if any new developments were posted.

Bingo… I found your mention that some people felt combined antibiotic therapy was necessary. I went to www.cpnhelp.org and found several protocols. I decided to try one without Zithromax since it had not helped me on its own. I went with the Stratton protocol which used Clarithromycin, Doxycyline and Flagyl. After 2 weeks I was immediately better. Six months into combined therapy I am 100% off ventolin and symbicort…

It took awhile but I finally made it. You might want to mention that at least 1 person can confirm that Azithromycin / Zithromax alone does not work. That’s the rundown ON MY SITUATION. I feel it’s important as it might help others in cases where Azithromycin / Zithromax alone isn’t enough.

I am taking long walks this summer in the Medsea Forest near my house and I think of you enjoying your hikes in Florida and the Appalachian mountains.

Thanks for your help. I am getting the word out to as many people as I can. Cheers and many Thanks !

Alfonso Sainz Wilson from Spain

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