You are in section “General – Prevention – Diet” Diet recommendations for herpes and possibly also at Bornavirus The diet can also affect the growth of the virus significantly. Particularly important is the provision of two specific amino acids: arginine in large quantities supports growth of the virus (the virus is dependent on a regular supply of arginine in its propagation). The inclusion of lysine in large amounts, however, inhibits virus growth (mainly by reducing the amount of arginine that is accessible to the virus). A lysine-rich and at the same arginine diet can be an effective treatment of herpes, and reduce the number and severity of relapses. Arginine increases the herpes virus and should therefore be kept as low as possible in herpes! In itself arginine is described as very useful – if the herpes would not: arginine increases sperm count, growth hormones and Creatinspeicherung, helps wound healing, metabolism of body fat and detoxification of ammonia (ammonia is toxic and the concentration in the blood increases with the intensity of training), helps physical and mental alertness to increase, is necessary for estrogen production. Arginine should be avoided in herpes. Arginine is required in hepatic metabolism for the formation of urea and ammonia removal. In addition, arginine plays an important role in the immune system and healing processes. Although arginine can be synthesized by the body itself, but in stress situations arginine must also be supplied (semi-essential amino acid). Arginine can be converted in the body to ornithine (detoxifies the body of ammonia), and vice versa.
Arginine has an immune-strengthening effect and is associated with increased growth hormone production and improved fat burning. But: It supports the growth of herpesviruses, as they build it into their DNA and the possibility of promoting “sleeping” herpes infections in overdose. prevents L-lysine in herpes, which can penetrate the virus into the cell L-Lysine is an antagonist to L-arginine, which is in turn essential for herpes viruses. L-lysine displaced competitively L-arginine from the common transport system through the intestinal wall. The virus builds incorrectly L-lysine in its DNA structures, bringing his growth is stopped. Extract from the human http://de. wikipedia. org/wiki/Herpes: There are own diet guidelines when herpes (simplex) suffers. One should make sure that the L-lysine content in the diet is much higher than the arginine content. Both are amino acids; while lysine inhibits the growth of viruses, and promotes wound healing and also acts anti-inflammatory, stimulates arginine on the proliferation and increased outflow of the virus from the nerve cells. L-lysine: -2xtgl 1000mg lysine (an amino acid = protein building block) is effective against herpes viruses, to 6 gr / daily L-Lysine is an antagonist to L-arginine, which in turn is essential for herpes simplex virus. L-lysine displaced competitively L-arginine from the common transport system through the intestinal wall.
The virus builds incorrectly L-lysine in its DNA structures, bringing his growth is stopped. INDICATION: -Viruserkrankungen (2xtgl 500mg) -Herpes simplex (2xtgl 500 mg), initially with painful herpes: 3. 000mg -Herpes labialis + C, + plus zinc -Herpes genital). Vitamin C u. Zinc Very important for us in the horse: For oats the amino acid pattern is unbalanced (mainly arginine). It should always be ensured that L-lysine is added as supplementary food. Mineral feed – Feed supplement: Here applies as with anything, too much is unhealthy, even harmful. Especially in a overfeeding with selenium there is a new study in the human field that this type II diabetes can be triggered. The counterpart in the horse is the EMS = equine metabolic syndrome. Just the whole is not yet explored, may be that a hereditary component here has to be there, disease is also in the game. Nothing at all to feed them does not help either, as some preach, I have it pulled and tested a few months and give file now mineral feed.
Many supplementary feed have an increased amount of L-lysine and vitamin B complexes – as it is worthwhile to compare the different means and select the best for his herpes horse – see also specific information about the discussion forum about herpes diet (not currently online) L-lysine can be ordered at the pharmacy or on the Internet, 20-30 gr per day to the horse with acute herpes disease. Also to use, about 3 weeks before a tournament – if you have a herpes candidates or course or whatever comes. Not for continuous use. (But beware before amino acid imbalances at high doses and long-term administration) Recommended reading: amino acids and Co. http://www. iwest. de/dt/PDF/info/iWESTNEWS0103. pdf excerpt: 1. vital (= essential) amino acids that must be taken necessarily in an adequate amount of the daily diet. These include L-lysine.
2. conditionally required (= semi-essential) amino acids. These include arginine – and 3. nonessential amino acids. On the Internet there are price comparisons, for example, purely at www. medizinfuchs. de. which is a drug search. There you’ll get the best prices for everything. Just in the search bar enter the term * L-lysine or Engystol. etc * and as a result she throws you Internet pharmacies sorted by price. Vitamin B-complex, vitamin E: “Zinc, Vitamin E can additionally support the immune system, Tellington Touch and liniments with nerve soothing massage oils stimulate the regeneration of B vitamins also promote nerve regeneration, as long as they are given distributed daily throughout the day at least 3 times -.
Unfortunately they are water-soluble Nährstofe with the urine excreted rapidly and thus have only a few hours long half-life in the body, exert their beneficial effect on nerve cells but only as long as they are constantly bathed ‘in it. Mineral additives, zinc, selenium in feeding horses: For a good mineral and vitamin supply worry, but not too much. Möglichtst use any finished feed, the burden etc. metabolism through molasses. With Molasses tasty homemade feed, whose dust is so bound – as with pellets way – may primarily for horses with problematic digestive be inconvenient, on the one hand by the already increased risk of faulty fermentation with them, on the other hand by the preservatives therein often abundantly contained that can affect the intestinal flora in turn. For small amounts of concentrate and healthy colon but that should have no effect! Also selenium at high concentration, is very dangerous in these horses. Selenium needs a horse in only minute traces. Oats and a high quality mineral feed (eighth in pure oats feeding on compensation L-lysine to L-arginine, see above) Attention also in zinc. The best is actually growing, first clarified by a blood test, as the state is whether the horse has any particular lack of minerals. It interferes with some of the body’s own antibiotics (defensins, for example, the Psoriasin) in their effect, because they try to avoid bacteria zinc.
If then the zinc get directly vornerein pushed back, which of course is quite counter-productive! Health Guardian colon – The stability of the intestinal flora is determined in the long term about the health of your horse: http://www. iwest. de/dt/PDF/reiterrev/Ausgabe0802. pdf and information about excrement water, measure php value of Äppel when are fructans dangerous etc. Archives – Affected horses owners report: 18. 6. 07: From the TCM-camp I heard from two sides, one should at nerves damaged organisms, so here horse, feed no oats because it “hot” on the part of food types, as no wheat and little or no molasses. The “no oats = improvement” has not, however, generally confirmed by the experience of the database entries and personal experiences. While actually on the latter two would not discuss, oats is certainly the most compatible and best solved feed for horses. And after days of Find I have so far found no cereal that I could recommend as a replacement!
Our own experiments in this direction were in the last 5 months no positive results. For all gave my research until now only one per of oats as a remedy, in particular even in the Neurology. http://www. phytodoc. de/informationen/heilpflanze/hafer/anwendungsgebiete_wirkungsweise/ – very interesting site! After consultation with a THP, which also works with TCM, there alleerdings really more horses than you think who can not tolerate oats from all sorts of other reasons, but you should try out individually. In Chinese teaching, we now have several times temperature behavior. If one is hot and slimy, oats him will do no good, barley is cooling, softening to mucus, for example. Oats nourish the spleen, the kidney barley, corn feeds the fire element. Heart and small intestine, triple burner. But the results really anything too far here. Chinese, it makes sense to check the horses, what they really need, just then when they are acutely ill. This need of a specific temperature behavior of feed may change again, then that is when the balance is restored.
All thing we know for example that in oat the L-lysine / L-arginine is unfavorable for herpes horse, it must be taken very in Arminosäuren on the counterweight with additional L-lysine. So, if the oats are other aspects are unfavorable for our patients here, then you can counteract probably. Well, try making wise, they say. My two-month attempt to implement the above, where I chose a cereal high Dinkel share, fully went wrong. My horse was very propagated excrement water and its Äppel were very mushy, its coat became noticeably duller and he coughed conspicuously more, so a significant deterioration in his condition. If you ask google respect Dinkel find very insightful pages through which you actually do not have to wonder when you consider that spelled yes is the original form of wheat and lt wheat with many adhesive proteins. The TCMlern well with stand on the prohibition list , So at google I learn that spelled probably has a little less of it, but still enough to clog the villi. At the gluten (adhesives) nothing is bad, if you can bear, my horse they apparently can not tolerate. The problem is probably with horse and man (celiac disease) equal to that in the intestine stick of gluten the villi, d. H. The intestinal lining is smooth. If it is smooth, the villi can not draw more nutrients from the food pulp, d. H.
1. you starved on fully set table if you mainly feeds on gluten-containing grains 2. It arises in the body a shortage because the Närstoffe – just as they are, are excreted. Because where they are needed, they do not land. So human, horse involves losing weight, Besi dumps into yet more food situation is getting worse etc. Molasses and beet pulp (less) are suspected that parts, components, which are looking through the intestinal wall through the bloodstream find their way into the lungs and cause decreased lung function there! Funny that my horse has just coughed and only at the time so strikingly more? Moreover google told me Dinkel (after 40%) have an enormously high starch content. Since the spelled is hard to crack and can not really be exploited also rolled form in the small intestine, the whole thing ends up in the large intestine and begins to ferment there. That’s so not a big deal, but arise in strength fermentations Fusel oil and fusel alcohols, which then declared the high liver enzymes. Almost all patients had also a zinc and selenium deficiency. The is partly due to the fact that here vitamin compounds are used which are sparingly soluble, and secondly the fact that the over-dose mineral cocktail contains some antagonists that inhibit each other in the recording.
Additionally possibly even by the molasses (most cereals), starch / sugar comes into the colon, then a lactate air in the die, the good bacteria in the colon. Na meal, the rest of the bag 2. I have thrown on the dung. Now, 2 weeks later, everything is back to normal. see Enhancement and special feeding “When feeding Herpes / Borna horses apparently zinc plays an important role. To Internet, one often reads in people that you have to take zinc against viruses, because they strengthen the immune system. Our problem with Borna and probably also with herpes is, that the virus does not directly make you sick, but we are dealing with an autoimmune disease or immune complex disease. “Borna virus does not destroy the cell, like other viruses, but forces the immune system to excessive reactions that ultimately lead to the disease symptoms. It comes to a kind of “allergic” reaction “cripple” the nerve cells. “Viruses need very urgent zinc for so-called Zinkfingerendonucleasen, they need it more urgently than the rest of the body. Therefore harm a feeding mineral and compound feed, which (through which the zinc content of the diet on the evolutionarily correct range” experts “streiten) lifting, horseback, by (some bacterial infections such as skin too) favors viral infections. the surplus is only partially excreted by the body, and then deposited in depots (eg evenly also in the nervous system, one of the main storage for zinc).
it takes a long time to get the excess zinc back all the way out has (years! but first improvements are usually characterized already 1 to 4 months after withdrawal of finished and mineral feed off), but it thank a horse with more “hardness” . Infektionen then extend not so bad, because the virus will no longer speak “fertilized” by the additions. ” “According to my information, it is not advisable to simply the zinc dose increase, as this allows the intake of magnesium is prevented. Therefore, had my mare at the last blood count may also be such a bad value in the muscles. In the staple -also hay and grass is indeed zinc enthalten- that really sufficient for the basic needs of a horse. When blood count also can be seen that the selenium content is very high, which is actually totol typical in our area due to the soil conditions. I have now therefore decided not mineral feed to feed more and in a few months to re-take a blood test to see if it has any effect. ” act. 9. 11.