Treatment with the ac combined protocol
Diseases to be treated with the combined AC protocol:
- Psgn post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis
Start with 2ml of CDS in 1L of mineral water per day, and increase 2ml each day until you reach 10ml, for 2 weeks.
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water per day, divided into 8 intakes, for 3 months.
Tips on the AC combined protocol
Once protocol A is finished, we start with C.
Definition of diseases treated with this protocol
It is a kidney ailment that can appear after an infection with group Astreptococcal bacteria that affects the throat or skin..
It is usually a common disease in children from the age of 4 to adolescents aged 14 and in adults over the age of 60.
Symptoms appear after about 10 days after infection in the throat or 3 weeks after skin infection.
Usually the patient presents an inflammation of the face and lower extremities at the same time his urine is scarce and is dark brown or bloody, signs that are observed in 70% of those affected.
It has an immune origin,so it is not spread to other people as it can happen if its origin is by direct infection of group A streptococci.
Streptococcus bacteria causes tonsillitis and also skin infections, glomerulonephritis is due to the autoimmune system attacking kidney cells by mistake by confusing them with group A streptococcus bacteria that caused the infection in the throat or skin.
- Swelling in the face, eyes, hands, or feet
- Frequent urination
- Dark urine or traces of blood
- High blood pressure
There is no specific medication for this ailment,, although it is necessary to monitor the kidneys while the patient is cured, the little ones usually recover in 6 to 8 weeks, but adults manifest complications that slows recovery and in patients who have repeated infections can trigger chronic kidney problems or suffer from high blood pressure.
This ailment is usually treated with rest, change of diet, antibiotics, diuretics, digitalis, hypotensive, sometimes hospitalization and dialysis.