Treatment with the CDY combined protocol
Diseases to be treated with the combined CDY protocol:
10 ml of CDS in 1 liter of water a day, divided into 8 intakes until improved.
Apply to the affected area undiluted, 2 or 3 times a day, for 3 weeks.
This injectable protocol is reserved to be applied by qualified healthcare professionals.
Tips on the CDY Combo Protocol
Difficult abscesses can be treated with protocol Y but always under the supervision of a professional.
Definition of diseases treated with cdy combined protocol
Abscess or Boil
It is a lump that accumulates pus inside, it can occur anywhere on the body either externally or internally.
When an area of tissue is infected, there is an immune response where the white blood cells try to neutralize the origin of the condition, accumulate along with bacteria, dead cells, living and dead blood cells this becomes pus.
Abscesses on the skin are seen as a red bump, inflamed and painful when pus has no outlet, they are usually caused by bacteria or viruses.
Internal abscesses are more difficult to detect, causing organ damage.
Different types of abscesses are known according to the area where they appear, dental, anorectal, hepatic, mammary, pulmonary, cutaneous, subcutaneous, capillary, cerebral, bartolino (both sides of the vaginal opening), soft palate, psoas (in the lateral muscle to the lumbar region), epidural (spinal cord, head bones, spine or outer part of the brain), periamigdalino (in the tonsils)
Sterile abscess is also known, this is not caused by an infection, but by an irritating agent, they are less frequent, they can appear when a subcutaneous medication is injected and the body does not assimilate the penetrated fluid.
- Bulging nodule
- Sensitivity and heat
- Swelling in the area
- Hardening of the skin
To treat the abscess requires the assessment of a doctor, it can usually be drained, but in some cases surgery is needed. Antibiotics are used to treat the infection if it is caused by bacteria.