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Moxi use requires Vitamin and mineral supplementation by mattk3 ..... Parasites: RX Drugs Against Parasites

Date:   8/16/2016 4:26:04 AM ( 6 years ago ago)
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Caution - Moxi causes a significant and visible B Vitamin Drain.

Urine goes clear, devoid of all yellow.

I regularly challenge B50, and yellow urine for several days indicates your B vitamin status is ok. I now take a B50 and Now Vitamin 3771 daily as part of my daily routine, until I sort this vitamin drain issue.

Recently I found a failure in this regular challenge test, and it appears to be quite large. Subsequent to dosing 80ucg/kg of Moxi for 15 days I discovered that a B50 every couple of weeks no longer works, Urine goes clear one day after a B50. This means regular B50 vitamins are required to maintain your Vitamin B status. Please make a note of this if you plan to dose Moxi.

I went out on the web and discovered several recommended vet practices for the use of Moxi.

In Animals:
Maintain B vitamin levels.
B1 may require 100 mg dose
B12 may require 1 mg as well.

Moxi protocols I have seen for animals include:

Electrolyte support

Vitamin Mineral Cocktail:
Vitamins and minerals to maintain appetite

Absorbable Iron or continuous Iron supplementation may be required.

Vitamin C assists with the uptake of Iron.

Phosphate difference may also present. A small amount of Cola may be required to maintain balance.

Some ADE (vitamins A, D and E) would be advisable.

Vitamin D
As vitamin D will assist with the uptake of phosphorous daily use may be required.


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