Life Extension Suggestions
- Zinc Lozenges: Two zinc lozenges (13 – 24 mg of zinc in each lozenge) immediately and again every 2 to 3 hours for first day or two. Slowly reduce the dose thereafter.
- Vitamin D: If you don't already maintain a blood level of 25-hydroxyvitamin D over 50 ng/mL, then take 50 000 IU of vitamin D the first day and continue for three more days and slowly reduce the dose to around 5000 IU of vitamin D each day. If you already take around 5000 IU of vitamin D every day, then you probably don't need to increase your intake.
- Vitamin C: 5000 – 20 000 mg daily
- Beta-glucan: 100 mg daily (increase up to 600 mg as needed)
- Andrographis paniculata extract: 25 mg daily (increase up to 150 mg as needed)
- Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA): 200 – 400 mg early in the day
- Melatonin: 3 – 50 mg at bedtime
- Astragalus membranaceus (std. to 0.4% [1.8 mg] 4'-hydroxy-3'-methoxyisoflavone 7): 450 mg daily
- Elderberry: 2400 – 4800 mg daily or 1 – 4 tablespoons daily
- High-Allicin garlic: 9000 – 18 000 mg daily
- Aged garlic extract: 3600 mg daily
- Lactoferrin: 1200 mg daily
- Probiotics: Per label instructions
- Echinacea (std. to 3.84% echinacosides [9.6 mg]): 250 – 500 mg daily
- N-acetyl cysteine: at least 600 mg with each dose of acetaminophen
Over-The-Counter Drug Support
- Cimetidine: 800 – 1200 mg daily
In addition, the following blood testing resources may be helpful
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