Bleeding Lungs and Nose Bleeds

Every CF warrior needs to know about this whole food supplement. It is called Cyruta Plus. Made by Standard Process. It is sold by some chiropractors. Call the company at 800-848-5061 and they will give you list of resellers in or near your zip code. No negative side effects.

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It’s the only thing I use for bleeding lungs and nose bleeds. I have not had a problem in years. This stuff heals fragile blood vessels. I will do massive amounts of this stuff before I ever let them cauterize anything in my lungs. Getting an embolism cuts off blood flow to a part of your lungs. That lung tissue will basically die from the lack of blood. So I do not believe embolism is a good solution.  Last thing I need is more damage to lung tissue. I have used this supplement when needed for over 20 years and it works better than anything my CF doctors have ever suggested.  I always keep a bottle in my fridge and take it with me when I travel.

The reseller can help you with dosage, but here is what I do for serious bleeding. 10 tablets every hour until the bleeding slows down to a trickle. Usually does that in 3 to 4 hours for me. Then I take 10 tabs about every 3 to 4 hours for couple days. Then 6 tabs 4 times a day for another 3 or 4 days after the bleeding completely stops. I want to make sure I get all the healing and rebuild fragile blood vessels to avoid another mishap.

If I get any hint of bleeding from my lungs, I will take 4 to 6 tablets 4 times a day for 3 or 4 days just to be proactive. This supplement is a whole food supplant and has no bad side effects. It does not change the blood or clotting like vitamin K. Too much vitamin K can cause problems. Cyruta Plus heals fragile and damaged blood vessels. Over time, the stress on lung tissue may cause bleeding again, and some meds cause bleeding (like Pulmozyme). So I always keep a large bottle on hand. It usually works for nose bleeds, unless you get a huge blood vessel that ruptures.

feel free to msg me or email me if you have any questions.

Disclaimer: I am not giving medical advice, but merely sharing what has worked for me. Do your own research and make your own decision.


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