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How to Take BN for Autoimmune Conditions Associated with Pain

BN can be used for many different autoimmune conditions as it is an immunomodulator and possesses free radical scavenging properties, which contribute to reducing an oxidative stress level and the risk of free radical damage. Based on our practical experience of using BN for numerous autoimmune conditions, we recommend trying a lower dosage of BN for autoimmune conditions associated with pain. For individuals with autoimmune conditions without pain, it is advisable to start with the usual 2 sachets at bedtime.

Managing pain is the primary concern. When people take BN, they may experience detox reactions or Herxheimer reactions, which could temporally worsen the pain. These reactions are part of the recovery process, indicating a positive response to BN, but they can significantly impact one's quality of life. Our goal is to offer a strategy for pain management and simultaneous improvement of their conditions so they can maintain their quality of life.

Here's a step-by-step guide for individuals with autoimmune conditions associated with pain:

  1. Begin with 1/6 of a sachet (1 tablet) at bedtime for 3 days.

  2. If the individual feels comfortable, increase the dosage to 1/3 of a sachet (2 tablets) for the next 3 days.

  3. If the person continues to feel well, increase the dosage to 1/2 of a sachet (3 tablets) for the following 3 days.

Continue increasing the dosage up to 3 sachets (12 tablets) at bedtime. If the individual starts experiencing improvements, they have likely found the right dosage for their body. There is no need to increase the dosage further, although it's acceptable if desired. BN can be adjusted without practitioner instructions once the person feels comfortable doing so. Listen to your body and adjust the dosage accordingly.

It is essential to remember that BN exhibits dose dependence, so taking BN in this manner requires a longer period to witness improvements. Based on our experience with this approach, it may take around 3-6 months to begin seeing significant improvements while also effectively managing pain.

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