In treating CFS, there are often two modes of attack:
- Break down the soluble fibrin monomers before they form deposits. Typically this is done with piracetam and / or turmeric.
- Break down any existing fibrin deposits. Typically this is done with fibrinolytics (bromelain, serrapeptase, nattokinease and lubrokinease). This will typically exposed infections in tissue and allow up to 10x better antibiotic penetration.
In the pages under this menu item, I explore each of these and what is known about each