Treatment with the CDK combined protocol
Diseases to be treated with the cdk combined protocol:
- Atopic dermatitis
- Cutaneous Leishmaniasis UTA
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water per day, divided into 8 intakes for 3 weeks.
Apply to the affected area undiluted, 2 or 3 times a day, for 3 weeks.
Dilute 50% CDS 50% distilled water and spray the area.
Dilute 3 teaspoons DMSO and 1 teaspoon of water and apply with massage in the area.
CDK Combo Protocol Tips
Apply protocol D but according to severity pass directly to protocol K combined with DMSO.
If after 3 weeks rest 1 to take vitamin C and antioxidants, repeat the cycle until you improve.
Definition of diseases treated with cdk combined protocol
This ailment causes itchy rashes and painful alterations in the skin being a type of eczema. Although dermatitis is related to allergy, in the skin tests that are performed there are signs of allergies.
In 50% of cases, dermatitis begins in the baby's first stage and in many cases remains until adulthood.
There are factors that worsen dermatitis outbreaks such as pollen, mold, dust, animal hair, colds, contact with chemicals, dry skin, stress, sudden changes in temperature, soaps or lotions with industrial compounds.
- Scab sores
- Rashes on the face
- Dry, scaly skin
- Cracks behind the ears
- Spots on arms and legs
The treatment used to prevent eczema from becoming other pathologies due to wound infection is treated with corticosteroids and inhibitors of calcineurin, tracolimus and pimecrolimus.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis - UTA
This ailment is transmitted by a mosquito infected with the protozoan of the genus leishmania, the parasite contaminates the organism producing serious symptoms and injuries in both people and animals.
There are three types of leishmaniasis, cutaneous, systemic or visceral and mucocutaneous.
The source of infection can be infected animals such as mice, dogs, wild animals that bite mosquitoes and these contaminated mosquitoes bite the human transmitting the parasite.
Symptoms depending on where the bite is:
- Skin lesions and ulcers in the area of the bite
- Wear on the mouth, lips, nose, or nasal septum
- Difficulty breathing or swallowing
- Hair loss
- Nasa congestion
- Skin sores
- Scaly skin
According to the WHO leishmaniasis is a disease that can be treated or cured, but it is necessary that the patient has a strong immune system, being obvious that medical treatment is not able to eliminate the parasite.