Albendazole is no longer a anti-parasitic.
It no longer kills parasites they way it did.
Albendazole is useful for helping other antiparasitics get deeper into tissue. Albendazole is one of the few systemic meds. It has this double nitrogen bond that seams to help other meds.
Doing Albendazole at high levels is useless.
I took it up to 42mg/kg/D for 8 days, all my hair fell out. I took so much, dead flukes came out, a parasite it barely kills.
High Dose Albendazole killed virtually nothing.
I tried every dosing level and duration, Albendazole is caustic to membranes, and organs at high levels. It will kill parasites at high doses, but I am not sure the infected person would survive longer than the parasites.
After extensive testing I suggest you keep your level below 10mg/kg/D. Albendazole is a excellent co-factor, just not a primary antiparasitic any more. parasites are totally resistant to it.
Typical low dose routines use about 7 mg/kg/D. I have seen it work in people down to 4 mg/kg/D.
Albendazole works well with Praziquantel for flukes.
Albendazole works well with Mebendazole or Alinia for Ascaris Adults.
Albendazole works well with DEC and Piperazine for Filaria.
Albendazole works well with Papain and Papaya seed as well.
Albendazole by itself is pretty much useless.
Taking high doses of Albendazole is pretty much useless as well.