Hi there Traveller123.
Seems so far the post are somewhat inconclusive when it comes to this Blasto thing. In any case here is what I have to add.
I have been confirmed with Blasto after years of Allergies to Sugar/Wheat/Grains and absorption problems. I thought it was candida as the symptoms were similar so I guess the good news is you have a diagnosis, even if its a controversial one.
I could get to a point where I'm fine though diet and herbs. Then I would start trying to eat normally, have a few beers, and live a normal life... and gradually I would get more and more toxic over a couple of days, my skin on my face would turn a darker color I would loose weight rapidly and I would have dark rings under my eyes. So then I would go back on the diet / herbs again. This has been the case for 8 years. Basically the parasite
loves sugars and grains and would start to multiply and emit more toxins until I could take no more of it. I can see that what was happening now.
I was treated with Flagyl for 7 day a month ago, I improved dramatically (put on weight, clear skin bright eyes, back to my old self) by the 6th day on it and then gradually slipped back into my usual pattern of symptoms (as above). This at least confirmed for me that I was on the right track.
So now I have ordered this cocktail from Breakspear hospital in the UK via My GP in Dublin Ireland. I have to wait 6 week but I promise to come back with a full update once I have completed this course.
My advise is this. Possibly try Flagyl if you are very afraid to try this cocktail. But it appears to be the case that in order to kill this bugger you may have to proceed with this. Read badbugs.com. Lots of interesting stuff there.
Read around about it. I would be interested to hear if anyone has successfully used this cocktail. But keep the chin up and hope for the best. You, like me are probably on the right track as I know what I am otherwise a healthy person. ;)
Be sure and write back to this thread with youre experience by the way.
Here is hoping for the best.