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Bromhidrosis TSH+: Diet protocol + nystatin, nigella sativa + h1 receptor antagonists + medicinal clay improves body odor condition

In our explorative case we were further able to improve the diet protocol as well as finding a new drug/supplement  composition.

We are taking advantage of following over the counter drugs/supplements:

- Nystatin
- Nigella sativa (black cumin) capsules
- H1 receptor antagonists (loratadin)
- medicinal clay

The diet protocol was taken from:

Dosages (daily) applied were like the following:

nystatin: 6x pills (3x at morning, 3x at evening)
nigella sativa: >10000mg (5x 400mg capsules before every meal, 5 meals per day)
loratadin: 50mg - 100mg daily
medicinal clay: 6x 6g (luvos healing earth)


  1. Sounds interesting, but I'm curious about the scientific rationale behind the combination of these drugs and supplements. How did it work?


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