Babesia herb dosages and long term safety

by | Jul 22, 2012 | babesia, Co-Infections, dosage info, The Basics | 2 comments

Dear Stephen,
What is the current dose for the babesia herbs, and the maximum length of time for adults and children (9 yrs old and 60 lbs)?
Stephen’s response:
Adult dosages for the babesia herbs are shared on the homepage of this site, as well as this previous Q & A. Normally dosages for children are the child’s weight (in pounds) divided by 150. So for a 50 pound child, the dose would be 1/3 of the adult dose. People in Africa take the herbs long term, they appear to be very safe.

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  1. Kim

    Dear Stephen, what would be the adult and child dosage of woodland essence csa formula tincture blend for babesia? Thank you very much!

  2. Amanda

    Adult- 1/-1tsp 3x/day from 30-90 days
    Child-1/3 of adult dose

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