Fibrocystic Breast Disease Regimen
Summary: Use Eclectic Institute Intestinal Support. Use the Water Cure to assist detox. If detox reaction is severe, add a non-acidic enzyme product taken in large amounts.
Using an iodine rich antiparasitic
supplement like Eclectic Institute Intestinal Support (formerly known as Black Walnut Wormwood capsules) usually yields complete and
lasting results quickly and is typically all that is
necessary. It is used until the problem is gone, then at a maintenance dose twice per week.
Using a non-acidic enzyme like Enzymatic Therapy Mega-zyme or bromelain in large amounts may speed the process by assisting the immune system in removing the cysts. The enzymes (and the Water Cure) also assist the lymph nodes which can become overloaded processing the debris.
If there is not a 90% reduction in the problem within one month, use the enzymes plus add General Maintenance Supplements, using the Synergy Version 10 or other type that has large amounts of antioxidant herbs and the mixed tocopherols form of vitamin E. Consider using low to medium dose vitamin C, preferably using a mineral ascorbate product such as Nutribiotic Hypo-Aller-C. Often recommended for breast fibroids, but rarely if ever successful long term in solving them are GLA supplements like evening primrose oil. While these initially may provide some anti-inflammatory action, they often turn into pro-inflammatory supplement within a month or two. See the EFA Supplement section for more information.
Some alternative healers speculate that the iodine from the black walnut is one of the most important parts of this regimen. If this is the case, then a very inexpensive supplement, kelp, should work as well or better since it is even richer in iodine, but there are no reports of kelp capsules being used exclusively. If you use kelp capsules instead of the Intestinal Support for this regimen, or for maintenance, please report the results to eRegimens. Note that many women do not like to use kelp since it can stimulate the growth of acne.
This regimen is also reprinted on the website http://fibroidsupplements.com/