Many pharmaceutical drugs interfere with the curative action of GcMAF.
If you are not trying to cure a disease, there is nothing you need to avoid while on GcMAF.
Worldwide there are six billion healthy people with GcMAF inside them, and you can take anything with GcMAF that they can. So we are not aware of any contra indications for GcMAF itself.
But there are contra indications for your immune system, which you are trying to rebuild, and for the 20 known positive actions of GcMAF in the body. Generally, do not take medications unless you have to.
Please note you cannot attend our clinics if you are on a trial of a drug of any description. That is unfair to the company doing the trial, as you will distort your results.
Many pharmaceutical drugs have a high chance of preventing our protocols from working. Please discuss with us.
So, for the sake of your immune system
You should continue with any supplements that help the immune system. Anti-histamine is fine.
However, try to avoid anything that suppresses your immune system (or you may nullify the good effects of GcMAF). Some of these are:
LDN appears to stop the action of GcMAF.
Externally administered heparin (used to stop blood clots) can completely block GcMAF, but not Goleic.
Aspartame -the well known sweetener – can negatively interact with your intestinal microflora and reduce your immune defences.
All kinds of Corticosteroids (Prednisolon, Prednisone, Betapred, Solu-Cortef, Solu-Medrol etc). So avoid Cortisone and steroids if possible.
Anti – inflammatory drugs should be avoided. (NSAIDs like Ibuprofen, Diklofenalk. Celebrex Aspirin etc should be taken in moderation.)
Cytotoxic medications or chemotherapy (Cyclophosphamide (Sendoxan) Etoposide (Vepesid) Metotrexat, Taxotere, Taxol, Navelbine etc etc) although there is some evidence GcMAF may reduce the side effects and the damage these poisons do.
Morphine (Morfine) analogs, (Morfin, Tramadole, codeine, Fentanylplasters, Oxynorm, Oxycodon etc). Take buprenorphine instead.
Dr Yamamoto also warns against beta blockers (seloken, Selo-Zok etc).
Carrageenan (Chocomel) can block macrophage (GcMAF) activity. Also known as E407 or E407a.
Remember, in men, high cortisol will cause a man to lose his testosterone down the road because cortisol will block testosterone from working at the cell receptor sites. A man will lose his sex drive and be 15 kgs overweight. He will frequently have high cholesterol and high triglycerides. It’s a perfect setup for a heart attack.