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  1. Thank goodness once again for this web board! There is a lot of information and my next question is in regard to the ins and outs of Vermox Plus. Which is Mebendazole / Quinfamide. Some wait for an stomach disturbance, while others take this as a preventive. Even the dosage rule of thumb differs: One person says take both tablets (two come in the box) at once. Yet another says take one of the two tablets. Yet another recommendation is take this one, then one a month later. Also, there are many different recommended followups/repeat dosing. Such as every 6 or 12 months. For someone who is (115) petite, vs a 185 pound man, is one tablet a better dose? What category does Vermox plus ingredients fall into... specifically the MEBENDAZOLE / QUINFAMIDE? Does your system build up resistance to this or are there other drawbacks to dosing with this?
  2. 12 noon Maria Isabel restaurant Wednesday April 6th 2016, Free just buy lunch off menu Probiotics for Memory · Probiotics are friendly microorganisms inhabiting our digestive tract that aid digestion and may confer additional health benefits. · Prebiotics are non-living, non-digestible carbs that serve as food for Probiotics. · The prebiotic comes before and helps the probiotic, and then the two can combine to have a synergistic effect, known as synbiotics. A prebiotic is actually a nondigestible carbohydrate that acts as food for the probiotics and bacteria in your gut.
  3. Does anyone (or anyone know of anyone…) who has a Kombucha SCOBY to spare? Or Kefir grains? Just got done taking antibiotics for an ear infection and need some probiotics- I prefer to do it the good, natural way. Once I have a scoby, I'd be happy to share my Kombucha with anyone who wants to try it. Very good for the belly! Gracias!
  4. sorry for the multiple post. Cant figure out how to delete this one...
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