Samento shows great results/Cowden protocol covered
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Author:  Cog1st [ Mon Dec 22, 2008 10:01 pm ]
Post subject:  Samento shows great results/Cowden protocol covered

Samento may show more promise than antibiotics
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Below is part of an article regarding a Samento study - (Full article at this link: ... e-disease/ )

28 patients suffering from chronic Lyme disease, who had all tested positive for Borrelia burgdorferi on the Western blot test, were split into 2 groups. The control group received standard antibiotic therapy and the experimental group was given Samento. At the end of the study, of the 14 patients in the control group (antibiotic group), 3 improved slightly, 3 got worse and the rest had no change. In the Samento group, 85% tested negative for Borrelia burgdorferi when the Western blot was repeated, and all the patients reported a large improvement in their condition.

Samento is Cats Claw but TAO Free. It has been theorized that TOA alkaloids in Cats Claw interfere with desired immune modulation.

Interestingly Nutramedix Samento lists all co-infections are treated as well, read this: ... red_Bs.pdf

A well known ILADS LLMD in his own study of his paitents - has found that 70% of his patients did well on the Cowden protocol - which incorporates the Nutramedix line which includes Samento. He also said he did NOT find samento effective for Babesia in his patients. There are many different strains of Babesia, as noted in the Nutramedix description "some strains" of Babesia will respond.

Ironically, 70% is an average success rate of an LLMD using abx only for Chronic LD patients I have been told personally by an ILADS LLMD. (One LLMD say the numbers are much lower and he believes there is only 30% success is average w/abx treatment) Buhner's book says abx w/alternatives is the best way. Buhner also doesn't prefer Samento over Cats Claw - he said he either are fine. If using Cats Claw he recommends Rain Tree.

One LLMD suggests trying Samento first and if no response is seen in 60 days, then try the entire Cowden protocol and many have/will see progress - up to 7 out of 10 (70%).

According to the LLMD in NYC - you can add these alternative meds to an abx regimen, but most see better results on the natural protocols minus the abx.

Anytime you decide on your own to add something to your protocol you should inform your LLMD - the Samento & other products sold by Nutramedix are very powerful and many say they can only start w/ONE drop per day! Also, Samento is is the natural version of the fluoroquinolones, so you will need your LLMD's advice especially if you are on Cipro, Levaquin or other fluoroquinolones.

For line of Nutramedix products and complete packaged Cowden protocol, you can read about it here: Nutramedix website. If you click on each month it will show what is included and what the product is for: ... nItems.asp

Cowden protocol in a nutshell: ... cowden.pdf

MS, Parkinsons, ALS, LD respond to Samento: ... 10580/pg_4

Samento Testimonials: ... onials.htm

Samento Effectiveness: ... dapr07.pdf

MANY links and studies on Samento:

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