I took them at once, you have to adjust for tolerance and effectiveness. A general dosage would be:
Caprylic acid 1-2 per day
Graviola 4-5 caps
Neem 4-5 caps
Black Seed - I actually made an alcohol tincture where I put the black seed and cubeb peppercorns in a 80% vodka base. I would take a 1/2 to 1 teaspoon.
I would add Chai tea to that recipe as well. Almost all those ingredients are anti microbial (cinnamon, cardamom etc) and it is a base of black tea. I had someone contact me in which he said he killed his infection with just black tea. Just Lipton's but I would do Chai.
The more broad spectrum you attack, the better the chances of killing. In microbiology studies, you can read about sensitivity. They will study one organism and then test multiple agents against it. The studies will clearly show that not all antibiotic substances will kill. So since we are not laboratory scientists and have no way of testing in a culture dish, so you use broad spectrum approaches.
Lactoferrin is strong stuff so 1 capsule , the key with lactoferrin is that it antimicrobial but destroys biofilm environments. If an organism is locked in a biofilm then no matter what you throw at it, the organism is protected. You can see this with sinus infections where there is a biofilm present.
Goldenseal leaf has many chemical constituents that bind the efflux pump in resistant organisms (as does graviola). I started with 1 cap and moved up. Make sure it is the leaf and not the root which does not have these chemcials.
Hemp oil has cannabinoids with the exception of THC. These cannabinoids all have antimicrobial ability and they stop antibiotic resistant organisms. CBD, CBG are 2 that it contains. I would take a fair shot of this (minimum 1 oz
and a max of 3 oz).
I also followed up with some type of food and I noticed sugary food intensified the effects. I know I am on track with 30 minutes after taking, the abdominal pain starts.
Disclaimer: I am not a doctor so I cannot diagnose or treat anyone. The information provided is educational and should be shared with your healthcare provider.