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Post by David Tampke » Sat Oct 11, 2008 7:31 pm

Dr Lentz, here is an addendum---Idid not respond to your every query. No travel at all out of Austin at that time for a year at least. To me this was a new case, but the type Ihad is so mild that I might have had infection as a boy in the 30's and it had gone undetected. I made sure that the organism was stamped out(I could not afford a string of blood lab exams to determine RBC status). Symptoms of the three day episodes(about 1 1/2 per week) began to taper off when I learned to take one tablespoon full by mouth of Ag'colloid,20ppm at the very onset of symptoms. I could imagine the little animals were breaking out free from the RBC's they were in and were drifting free until they could invade another RBC

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Post by David Tampke » Sat Oct 11, 2008 6:52 pm

Dr. Lentz, please allow me the delay in response. After my bout with maleria, I was heavily involved with the little theater group here and had not needed to check the colloid web site. I took the main chance with Ag' colloid, because There were no other options!-- time and again I read about warnings to people over 65 about the antimalerial preparations---there had been no research on the elderly with these drugs.
As far as bachground: My father had this type of maleria during the first part of the 20th century and so too my mother. I have a history of asthma as a child and I smoked heavily for 45 years. In terestingly, I quit cold turkey after my first bout with maleria in the 90's. The respiratory factor coud be a complication of my health and habits during malerial attack. At this writing, I will soon be 77 years old. From sondogram and palpation, no spleenomegaly has been detected. I have one gall stone.I await in the wings with anxiety for the research to be done involving the more serious maleria(Africa).

Post by Dr. Luke Lentz » Mon May 22, 2006 9:09 am

David, Dr. Luke Lentz here. Was your malaria a new case or a recurrence? Had you travelled, and how long did you treat the malaria with Mesosilver before your symptoms improved. Thanks for your help. JLLentz, MD

Malaria Gone

Post by Daved » Thu Sep 01, 2005 12:37 pm

I am 73 years old and have an interesting story to share about my malarial attacks.
I became ill in 1997 to the point where I could not get out of bed for three days. After the 3rd day, I started feeling good although a little weak from not eating much during the time I was in bed. I thought that it was strange that I was feeling OK after such an illness of only three days. I had a complete physical. Nothing of inportance was found----except that some of my red blood cells were enlarged and misshaped. That got me thinking about the very little I knew about malaria. I told the examining physician that I might have malaria organisms in my blood stream. I was told that there has not been signifcant malarial disease in the US since the 70's. I did my own research and found out that malaria is a threat from Mexico (from undocumented workers especially) to the more dangerous "airport malaria" brought in from people from mainly tropical areas of the world by means of modern-day air travel. People with asthma attacks that happen just ever so often, combined with slight chill and/or fever (about 101*F), should eventually have a blood smear test for the Plasmodium vivax organism( the mild kind of malaria organism from Mexico), but first take a teaspoonful of Meso Silver under the tongue and 1 teaspoonful in a nebulizer during an attack of asthma and/or fever and/or chills like I did for three months. The colloidal silver absolutely kills out the maleria organism.-----AND PRODUCES NO SIDE EFFECTS LIKE CHLOROQUINE. I just had my annual blood smear test for maleria and am still clear of the organism that caused my asthma, chills and fever!
David Tampke, Marble Falls,TX

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