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SIDA ACUTA

Common names:

Sida acuta, Common Wireweed.

Traditional uses of Sida acuta:

Sida acuta has the following properties:

  • antimicrobial activity against Babesi, Bartonella, Chlamydia pneumoniae and Mycoplasma·       antibacterial,
  • antiparasitic,
  • anti-inflammatory,
  • antioxidant
  • reduces Borrelia neurotoxins,
  • reduces tremors, muscle spasms, tingling, numbness in the limbs,
  • reduces the feeling of “electric shock”,
  • antipyretic,
  • protects and strengthens the liver,
  • protects red blood cells (erythrocytes) from damage by microorganisms such as Babesia, Bartonella and Mycoplasma,
  • increases the level of erythrocytes in the blood (important in case of anemia),
  • increases the level of white blood cells (leukocytes),
  • increases the level of glutathione in the blood (an important factor in co-infections),
  • strengthens the immune system.

Side effects:

When taking Sida acuta, the feeling of tiredness and the symptoms caused by co-infections may increase. In this case, reduce the dose, then the symptoms should subside.

Contraindications:

Sida acuta cannot be used by pregnant women and during lactation.

 

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